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Diego Armando Maradona Stadium, Buenos Aires
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Una de las canchas más emblemàticas de la Argentina. Aquí jugaron Maradona en sus inicios y Messi en su primer partido con la selección. Estadio para ver el fútbol bien de cerca!!One of the fields most emblematic of the Argentina. Here played in its early days Maradona and Messi in his first game with the national team. Stadium to see the football well closely!show original
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Ubicado en Gavilan al 2100, en el Barrio de Villa General Mitre, a pasitos de la Paternal, se erige este pequeño estadio reinagurado en el año 2003. Posee un museo en donde podes hacer un recorrido po... read more »Located in Hawk 2100, in the neighborhood of Villa General Mitre, a few steps from the Paternal, stands this small reinagurado Stadium in 2003. It has a museum where you can make a journey through the rich history of the Argentinos Juniors Athletic Association, known in the soccer environment as the creatures red, today in the second division of the local soccer. The field of game seems small but has them measures required for the practice of a sport that this in the genetics of every Argentine. A nice detail, the bow on the side of the Court facing the street San Blas has no rostrum and obviously the ball is going to the street when it fails the aim of the players and raise the ball more than necessary. If you like the football, is worth the visit.show original
Quiero destacar el gran trabajo del museo de argentinos juniors que mantienen viva a historia de un club histórico. Ver camisetas orinales. Recortes de diarios. Botines. Fotos de lo que ha sido nuestr... read more »I would like to highlight the great work of the Museum of argentinos juniors who keep alive to history of a historic club. See t-shirts urinals. Newspapers clippings. Booties. Photos of what has been our football. A piece of history not only of football. Is part of our history contemporary and is worth the worth living itshow original
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Julian OrtellsMy love club, will not be the largest Court but I like, others there can be found a museum made 100% by supporters and former associates to the institution through donations of t-shirts, cards, etc and not by companies something to highlight, the Museum features sections of the club and a special section to Diego Armando Maradona the same you can visit if you are or not fan club.show original
Edith BentronVery nice Stadiumshow original
Matias nA beauty, pure passion. Navel of the football world. GO BUG!show original
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