Browse Collections (17 total)


A collection of advertisements from the 1940s-1960s, either related to sports or from sports magazines

Artifacts-Peronist Era


This weekly publication, considerably shorter in length compared to other sports magazines, was aimed at the working-class soccer fan. It contained…

Early Sports Papers

El Domingo and Mister Bull were the first non-newspaper publications that began to offer sports-centered coverage to readers.

El Gráfico


The definitive sports periodical for several decades, El Gráfico shaped the discourse of soccer commentary in Argentina. These entries focus on…

Fan Club Magazines

Majors institutions like River Plate, Racing, and San Lorenzo (among others) either published or supported fan-club publications for its club members…


Government Documents

Documents from the Archivo General de la Nación, Biblioteca Nacional, Congreso de la Nación, and other state agencies

La Cancha

Mundo Deportivo

Mundo Deportivo had a brief, but successful, history during the Peronist decade of 1945 to 1955, and lasted until 1958. Its tone and coverage served…


National newspapers (and some foreign papers) with coverage of politics, national and international affairs, and sports.

Other Sports Publications

Puro Fútbol is an example of advent of new sports publications in the 1970s.


Photographs from institutions (Biblioteca Nacional, Archivo General de la Nación, Museo Eva Perón, Museo del Cine Pablo Ducrós Hicken, the Asociación…

Popular Magazines 1940s-1960s

Magazines published in the 1940s-1960s that cover national and international news, politics, fashion, cultural developments, and other topics of…

Popular Magazines, 1900-1939

Magazines began to emerge by the 1900s. These items showcase some of the earliest magazine articles related to sports, with a focus on El…

Records from Club Associations

Records from various club associations' annual publications, known as Memorias y balance