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Select articles from the publication El Hogar that offer images of famous teams and players in 1915. This issue of the magazine from 1915 is one of the earliest examples of a soccer-focused magazine publication in Argentina.
Boca Juniors goalkeeper leaps for the ball as a Barcelona player goes for a header. The game, an international club friendly played in Buenos Aires, ended in a 2-1 win for the Catalan club. [Image accessible at Wikimedia Commons]
Image of Boca Juniors goalkeeper Américo Tesorieri on the cover of El Gráfico July 8, 1922 (issue No. 158).
Image of River Plate striker Bernabé Ferreyra in action against Boca Juniors on December 12, 1937; second image a side profile of Ferreyra taken sometime in the 1930s. [Image 1 and image 2 accessible at Wikimedia Commons]
Image of Argentine national team and Boca Juniors stalwart, Domingo Tarasconi, who represented Argentina at the 1928 Olympics. Tarascone played as a right-wing forward, or "insider derecho," for La Albiceleste and as a striker for Boca Juniors, where…
Photograph of the viewing stands for special guests. The "palco oficial" usually welcomed dignataries, public officials, and leaders of the various club associations and AFA. This image is from a match between River Plate and Boca Juniors that took…
These plans show the proposed new stadium for Club Atlético Boca Juniors, planned to begin work in 1933. The images shows the new stadium under construction in 1939 and 1940 at its present site, and the opening of the stadium on May 25, 1940.…
British referees make their debut at the start of the 1948 first division season. The Buenos Aires Herald notes that the foreign officials "controlled all the games, and each one did a definitely good job of work."
Covering the period October 1, 1968 to September 30, 1969, these records details financial transactions of CABJ, the income generated by the professional fútbol team, and expenses including many services to its members (such as the club library).
These records make a point to emphasize the costs related to the Ciudad Deportiva project (under control!) and the fact they do not limit the normal atheltic and cultural functions of the club.
Club members were active in various ways, particularly in organizing and participating in various cultural and folkloric events.
A list of club successes in various competitions, including (but not limited to) bocce, track and field, basketball, judo, volleyball, wrestling, and cycling.
This table records the data for club membership at Boca Juniors between October 1969 and September 1969 - a period of relatively small decline with a decrease of almost 5,000 socios (10%).
These pages provide a summary of the club's major accomplishments, including the staging of new exhibition tournaments and the progress of the Ciudad Deportiva complex.
Covering the period October 1, 1967 to September 30, 1968, these records details financial transactions of CABJ (and the income generated by the professional fútbol team).
In light of the high budget, and slow development, of the Ciudad Deportiva project, CABJ felt compelled to share with its members the results of government inspections and costs associated with the project for the previous fiscal year.
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