Men’s association football squad representing Argentina

Argentina
Nickname(s) La Albiceleste

(The White and Sky Dejection)
Association Argentine Football Association
(AFA)
Confederation CONMEBOL (South America)
Head charabanc Lionel Scaloni
Captain Lionel Messi
Near caps Lionel Messi (153)
Top scorer Lionel Messi (80)
Home stadium Awe-inspiring Antonio Five. Liberti
FIFA lawmaking ARG

First colours

Second colours

FIFA ranking
Current 5
Steady
(23 December 2021)[one]
Highest 1 (March 2007, October 2007–June 2008, July–October 2015, April 2016–Apr 2017)
Lowest 20 (August 1996)
First international


Uruguay

0–vi Argentina


(Montevideo, Uruguay; twenty July 1902)
[2]
[3]
[4]
[v]
Biggest win


Argentina

12–0 Ecuador


(Montevideo, Uruguay; 22 Jan 1942)
Biggest defeat


Czechoslovakia

vi–one Argentina


(Helsingborg, Sweden; fifteen June 1958)


Bolivia

half dozen–ane Argentina


(La Paz, Bolivia; one April 2009)[6]



Spain

vi–1 Argentina


(Madrid, Espana; 27 March 2018)[seven]
World Cup
Appearances 17 (first in 1930)
All-time result Champions (1978, 1986)
Copa América
Appearances 43 (first in 1916)
All-time consequence Champions (1921, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1991, 1993, 2021)
Panamerican Title
Appearances ii (outset in 1956)
Best result Champions (1960)
Intercontinental Cup of Nations
Appearances 1 (kickoff in 1993)
Best effect Champions (1993)
FIFA Confederations Cup
Appearances 3 (first in 1992)
All-time result Champions (1992)

Medal record

Olympic medal tape
Men’south football[viii]
Gold medal – first place 2004 Athens Team
Gold medal – first place 2008 Beijing Team
Silver medal – second place 1928 Amsterdam Team[notation 1]

The
Argentina national football game team
(Spanish:
Selección de fútbol de Argentina) represents Argentina in men’southward international football and is administered by the Argentine Football game Association, the governing body for football in Argentina. Argentina’s abode stadium is Estadio Awe-inspiring Antonio Vespucio Liberti in Buenos Aires.

La Selección
(National Team), also known as
La Albiceleste, has appeared in five Earth Loving cup finals, including the showtime final in 1930, which they lost 4–2 to Uruguay. Argentina won in their next concluding advent in 1978, beating the Netherlands 3–1 at extra time. Argentina won again in 1986 with a 3–two victory over W Frg, and a tournament campaign inspired by their captain Diego Maradona. They made the Globe Cup finals once more in 1990, and lost ane–0 to West Germany following a controversial penalty call in the 87th minute. Argentina, led past Lionel Messi, made their fifth appearance in a World Cup concluding in 2014, again losing to Deutschland i–0 during actress-time. Argentina’due south World Cup winning managers are César Luis Menotti in 1978 and Carlos Bilardo in 1986.

Argentina has also been very successful in the Copa América, winning information technology 15 times, most recently led by Lionel Messi in 2021, and are currently tied with Uruguay in most wins. The squad likewise won the 1992 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 1993 Artemio Franchi Trophy. Argentina is known for having rivalries with Brazil, Uruguay, England, and Germany due to particular occurrences with one another throughout football history.[12]
[13]

History

[edit]

The get-go lucifer always recorded for Argentina was against Uruguay, on 20 June 1902.[notation 2]
The game (which was the first international for both sides) was held in Montevideo and Argentina won 6–0.[ii]
[5]
During the beginning years of its beingness, the Argentina national team merely played friendly matches against other Due south American teams. The reasons for this varied, including long travel times betwixt countries and the suspension of World War I.[15]

La Selección
(national team), also known as the
Albicelestes
(sky blue and whites), has appeared in five Earth Cup finals, including the start last in 1930, which they lost, 4–two, to Uruguay. Argentina won in their next final in 1978, beating holland, 3–ane. Argentina, led by Diego Maradona won again in 1986, a 3–2 victory over Due west Deutschland. Argentina terminal reached the World Cup final in 2014, where it lost 1–0 to the Germany national football team. Previous to this their concluding Globe Cup final was in 1990, which is also lost, one–0, to West Germany by a much-disputed penalty. Argentina’southward Earth Loving cup-winning managers are César Luis Menotti in 1978, and Carlos Bilardo in 1986.

Argentina has been very successful in the Copa América, winning it xv times. The team too won the FIFA Confederations Loving cup and the Kirin Cup, both in 1992, the 1993 Artemio Franchi Trophy, and the Nations’ Cup in 1964. Argentina ‘Olympic’ team (with simply three players of over 23 years of age included in the team) won the Olympics football game tournaments in Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008.[16]

Argentina as well won seven of the 18 football game competitions at the Pan American Games, winning in 1951, 1955, 1959, 1971, 1995, 2003 and 2019 .

In March 2007, Argentina reached the tiptop of the FIFA Earth Rankings for the first time.[17]

Dwelling stadium

[edit]

The River Plate stadium, Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, is a national stadium of Argentine republic national team that plays near qualifying and friendlies at that stadium.[
original inquiry?
]

They play their matches exterior the stadium at Córdoba, Rosario, Mendoza, La Plata, San Juan and Santiago del Estero.[
original inquiry?
]

Team image

[edit]

Compatible

[edit]

The classic calorie-free blue and white striped jersey was first worn on ii July 1908 in a friendly lucifer at Sao Paulo

The kit first worn by Argentina in their official debut 5 Uruguay in 1902 was a light blue shirt.[18]
[xix]
On July 2, 1908, Argentine republic debuted the light blue vertical stripe on white jersey, when the squad played vs a team formed past Liga Paulista players at Velódromo Paulistano.[20]
That striped jersey has remained as the official kit since then. The abroad kits commonly have been in dark blueish shades, varying the colors of shorts and socks.

Argentina has sported other kits until the blue strip on white kit was fabricated official. On iii June 1919 in Rio de Janeiro playing the “Roberto Chery Cup” confronting Brazil, Argentina wore a light blue kit, like to Uruguay.[21]
The bays was established past Brazilian Football Confederation for the benefit of Roberto Chery’s relatives. Chery was Uruguay’s substitute goalkeeper and died during the 1919 South American Championship later on collapsing in a game against Chile.[22]

At the 1958 World Loving cup, Argentina wore the xanthous jersey of Swedish club IFK Malmö in the friction match against West Germany, equally the team arrived in Sweden without an away kit.

A terminal moment jersey changed at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico is memorable. Then director Carlos Bilardo asked the squad kit supplier Le Coq Sportif for a lighter blue shirt for the quarter-concluding in three days against England, that could non be provided. A member of coaching staff scoured the shops of Mexico Urban center for 38 shirt plain shirts. They were transformed with an improvised version of the AFA emblem embroidered on to the shirts,[23]
and silvery American football numbers ironed to the backs.[24]
Argentina beat out England with Diego Maradona’s “goal of the century”.[25]
[26]
The shirt mode became an emblem of the occasion and a collector’southward item.[27]

At the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Argentina debuted a blackness away kit, a outset in their history.[28]


[edit]

The AFA emblem that was added to playing kits in 1976

Kit supplier Period Notes

Argentina

Gath & Chaves
1930–1934 [29]

Argentina

Sportlandia
1966 [30]

West Germany

Adidas
1973–1979 [29]
[31]

France

Le Coq Sportif
1980–1989 [29]
[32]

Germany

Adidas
1990–1998 [31]
[33]

United States

Reebok
1999–2001 [34]

Germany

Adidas
2001–present [31]

Crest

[edit]

The Argentine Football game Association (“AFA”) logo has been ever used as the squad emblem. Information technology debuted in the 1958 Earth Cup held in Sweden, when Argentina added the AFA logo to their jackets, simply non to the shirts.[23]

All the same, the AFA emblem was not used on jerseys until xvi Nov 1976, when Argentina played the Soviet Union at Estadio Monumental. The kickoff keepsake was a simplified version of the crest (without the laurel wreath,[35]
that was added for the 1982 Earth Cup).[23]

In 2004, the ii stars added higher up the crest symbolized the national team FIFA World championships of 1978 and 1986.[35]

Results and fixtures

[edit]


 Win


 Describe


 Loss

2021

[edit]

2022

[edit]

Players

[edit]

Electric current team

[edit]

The post-obit players were chosen upwardly for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification matches against Chile and Colombia on 27 Jan and one February 2022, respectively.[37]
[38]

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Information right equally of 1 February 2022, after the match against Republic of colombia.

Recent telephone call-ups

[edit]

The following players accept been called up for the team in the terminal twelve months.

Coaching staff

[edit]

Position Proper noun
Head charabanc
Argentina

Lionel Scaloni
Assistant omnibus
Argentina

Pablo Aimar
Assistant coach
Argentina

Roberto Ayala
Assistant coach
Argentina

Walter Samuel
Assistant passenger vehicle (analyst)
Argentina

Matías Manna
Fitness coach
Argentina

Luis Martín
Goalkeeping coach
Argentina

Martín Tocalli

Managing director history

[edit]

  • Sources:
    [39]
    [40]
    [41]
    [42]

Individual records

[edit]

As of 27 January 2022
[43]
Players in
bold
are all the same agile with Argentina.

Most capped players

[edit]

Lionel Messi is Argentina’s near capped role player and all-time tiptop scorer.

Rank Player Caps Goals Career
1 Lionel Messi 158 80 2005–present
two Javier Mascherano 147 iii 2003–2018
3 Javier Zanetti[a] 143 iv 1994–2011
4 Ángel Di María 119 23 2008–present
v Roberto Ayala[b] 114 7 1994–2007
vi Diego Simeone 104 eleven 1988–2002
vii Sergio Agüero 101 41 2006–2021
8 Oscar Ruggeri 97 7 1983–1994
9 Sergio Romero 96 0 2009–2018
ten Diego Maradona 91 34 1977–1994

Superlative goalscorers

[edit]

Rank Player Goals Caps Ratio Career
one Lionel Messi
(list)
fourscore 158 0.51 2005–present
2 Gabriel Batistuta[c]
(list)
54 77 0.7 1991–2002
3 Sergio Agüero 41 101 0.41 2006–2021
4 Hernán Crespo 35 64 0.55 1995–2007
five Diego Maradona (list) 34 91 0.37 1977–1994
vi Gonzalo Higuaín 31 75 0.41 2009–2018
7 Luis Artime 24 25 0.96 1961–1967
8 Ángel Di María 23 119 0.19 2008–present
nine Leopoldo Luque 22 45 0.49 1975–1981
Daniel Passarella 22 seventy 0.31 1976–1986

World Cup winning captains

[edit]

Daniel Passarella in 1978

Diego Maradona in 1986

Year Player Caps Goals
1978 Daniel Passarella 70 22
1986 Diego Maradona 91 34

Goals

[edit]

  • Nearly goals scored:
    eighty
    – Lionel Messi, 2005–[47]
  • Oldest goalscorer: Martín Palermo, 36 years and 7 months old in 2010 against Greece[
    citation needed
    ]
  • Youngest goalscorer: Diego Maradona, 18 years, 7 months and iv days old in 1979 against Scotland[48]
  • Most goals scored in a single match:
    5
    – Manuel Seoane, in 1925; Juan Marvezzi, in 1941[
    citation needed
    ]

Player records

[edit]

Nearly manager appearances
Guillermo Stábile: 127[49]

Competitive record

[edit]

FIFA World Cup

[edit]

FIFA World Cup record Qualification tape
Year Round Position Pld West D* L GF GA Squad Pld W D L GF GA

Uruguay

1930
Runners-upward second 5 4 1 eighteen 9 Team Qualified as invitees

Italy

1934
Round i ninth ane 0 0 ane ii 3 Team Qualified automatically

France

1938
Withdrew Withdrew

Brazil

1950

Switzerland

1954

Sweden

1958
Group phase 13th iii i 0 2 5 10 Team 4 3 0 1 x two

Chile

1962
10th 3 1 i 1 2 3 Squad 2 2 0 0 11 3

England

1966
Quarter-finals 5th 4 ii 1 ane 4 2 Squad iv 3 1 0 nine ii

Mexico

1970
Did non qualify 4 1 1 2 four half-dozen

West Germany

1974
Round two 8th 6 ane two 3 9 12 Squad 4 3 1 0 9 ii

Argentina

1978
Champions 1st 7 5 i 1 15 four Team Qualified as hosts

Spain

1982
Circular 2 11th 5 2 0 3 8 vii Team Qualified equally defending champions

Mexico

1986
Champions 1st 7 6 1 14 five Team six 4 1 ane 12 half dozen

Italy

1990
Runners-upward second 7 two 3 two v iv Squad Qualified every bit defending champions

United States

1994
Round of sixteen 10th 4 two 0 2 viii 6 Team viii iv 2 2 9 ten

France

1998
Quarter-finals 6th 5 3 1 1 10 4 Squad 16 viii 6 2 23 13

South Korea


Japan

2002
Group stage 18th 3 1 i 1 2 2 Squad xviii 13 four 1 42 15

Germany

2006
Quarter-finals 6th 5 iii two 0 11 3 Squad eighteen ten 4 4 29 17

South Africa

2010
5th 5 iv 0 1 10 6 Squad 18 eight 4 half dozen 23 20

Brazil

2014
Runners-up second 7 5 ane i 8 4 Squad 16 9 5 ii 35 15

Russia

2018
Round of 16 16th 4 1 1 ii 6 9 Squad eighteen 7 7 iv 19 16

Qatar

2022
Qualified In progress

Canada


Mexico


United States

2026
To be adamant To be determined
Full 2 Titles 18/22 81 43 15 23 137 93 136 75 36 25 235 127
*Draws include knockout matches decided on penalty kicks.


Copa América

[edit]

South American Championship / Copa América record
Year Circular Position Pld W D* L GF GA Team

Argentina

1916
Runners-upward 2nd 3 1 ii 7 2 Squad

Uruguay

1917
Runners-upwards 2d 3 two 1 5 iii Team

Brazil

1919
3rd place 3rd 3 1 2 7 seven Squad

Chile

1920
Runners-up 2nd three ane 2 iv 2 Team

Argentina

1921
Champions 1st iii 3 v Team

Brazil

1922
Fourth identify 4th 4 two 2 vi 3 Squad

Uruguay

1923
Runners-up 2nd 3 two 1 6 6 Squad

Uruguay

1924
Runners-upwardly 2nd 3 1 2 2 Squad

Argentina

1925
Champions 1st 4 3 ane 11 4 Team

Chile

1926
Runners-up 2nd four ii 1 ane 14 3 Team

Peru

1927
Champions 1st three iii xv 4 Squad

Argentina

1929
Champions 1st iii 3 ix 1 Team

Peru

1935
Runners-up 2nd three 2 1 viii 5 Squad

Argentina

1937
Champions 1st six 5 one 14 v Squad

Peru

1939
Withdrew

Chile

1941
Champions 1st four 4 10 ii Squad

Uruguay

1942
Runners-up 2nd 6 iv 1 1 21 vi Squad

Chile

1945
Champions 1st half dozen 5 ane 22 5 Team

Argentina

1946
Champions 1st 5 5 17 three Squad

Ecuador

1947
Champions 1st 7 six ane 28 4 Team

Brazil

1949
Withdrew

Peru

1953

Chile

1955
Champions 1st five 4 1 18 half dozen Team

Uruguay
1956
Tertiary place 3rd 5 3 ii five 3 Squad

Peru

1957
Champions 1st half-dozen 5 1 25 half-dozen Squad

Argentina

1959
Champions 1st 6 5 one xix 5 Squad

Ecuador

1959
Runners-upwards 2d 4 2 one 1 9 ix Squad

Bolivia

1963
Third identify 3rd 6 three 1 two fifteen 10 Squad

Uruguay

1967
Runners-up 2nd 5 4 i 12 3 Squad

South America

1975
Grouping phase 5th 4 two two 17 4 Squad

South America

1979
Group stage 8th 4 1 1 ii 7 6 Team

South America

1983
Grouping phase sixth 4 1 3 v 4 Squad

Argentina

1987
Fourth place 4th iv 1 i ii five 4 Squad

Brazil

1989
3rd identify 3rd seven 2 three 2 2 iv Squad

Chile

1991
Champions 1st seven 6 1 16 6 Squad

Ecuador

1993
Champions 1st 6 2 4 half-dozen four Squad

Uruguay

1995
Quarter-finals fifth iv 2 1 1 8 vi Squad

Bolivia

1997
Quarter-finals 6th four 1 2 1 4 3 Squad

Paraguay

1999
Quarter-finals 8th iv 2 2 6 6 Team

Colombia

2001
Withdrew

Peru

2004
Runners-upwardly 2nd 6 iv i 1 16 6 Squad

Venezuela

2007
Runners-upwardly 2d 6 5 1 16 six Squad

Argentina

2011
Quarter-finals 7th 4 1 3 v 2 Squad

Chile

2015
Runners-upwardly 2nd 6 3 3 x 3 Squad

United States

2016
Runners-upward 2nd six five 1 eighteen two Squad

Brazil

2019
3rd place 3rd 6 3 1 2 7 6 Team

Brazil

2021
Champions 1st seven v 2 12 3 Squad

Ecuador

2024
Qualified
Total xv Titles 43/47 202 127 42 33 474 182

FIFA Confederations Cup

[edit]

FIFA Confederations Cup tape
Twelvemonth Circular Position Pld Due west D* L GF GA Squad

Saudi Arabia

1992
Champions 1st ii two 7 1 Team

Saudi Arabia

1995
Runners-up 2nd iii i 1 one 5 3 Squad

Saudi Arabia

1997
Did not qualify

Mexico

1999

South Korea


Japan

2001

France

2003

Germany

2005
Runners-upwards 2nd 5 two 2 ane 10 x Squad

South Africa

2009
Did non qualify

Brazil

2013

Russia

2017
Total 1 Championship iii/ten 10 5 3 2 22 14

Olympic Games

[edit]

Olympic Games record
Yr Circular Position Pld West D* L GF GA Squad

Greece

1896
No football tournament

France

1900
Did not participate

United States

1904

United Kingdom

1908

Sweden

1912

Belgium

1920

France

1924

Netherlands

1928
Silver medal second 5 three ane 1 25 7 Team

United States

1932
No football tournament

Nazi Germany

1936
Did not participate

United Kingdom

1948

Finland

1952

Australia

1956

Italy

1960
Quarter-finals seventh iii 2 1 6 4 Team

Japan

1964
Grouping stage tenth 2 1 1 iii 4 Squad

Mexico

1968
Did not qualify

West Germany

1972

Canada

1976

Soviet Union

1980
Qualified simply withdrew

United States

1984
Did not qualify

Korea

1988
Quarter-finals 8th 4 1 1 two 4 5 Team
Since 1992 Come across Argentine republic national under-23 football game team
Total 1 Silver medal 4/19 fourteen 6 three v 38 20

Pan American Games

[edit]

Pan American Games record
Yr Round Position Pld W D* L GF GA

Argentina

1951
Gold medal 1st iv 4 16 2

Mexico

1955
Gilt medal 1st six 5 1 23 7

United States

1959
Golden medal 1st half dozen 5 ane twenty 4

Brazil

1963
Silver medal second iv 2 ii xi 3

Canada

1967
Preliminary circular 5th 3 1 1 1 7 iii

Colombia

1971
Gilded medal 1st 8 6 2 thirteen 4

Mexico

1975
Bronze medal 3rd 6 5 ane nineteen ane

Puerto Rico

1979
Bronze medal 3rd five 4 i 9 0

Venezuela

1983
Preliminary round fifth 2 two 4

United States

1987
Statuary medal third 5 3 1 1 11 3

Cuba

1991
Did not qualify

Argentina

1995
Gilt medal 1st six 4 2 x 4
Since 1999 See Argentine republic national under-23 football squad
Total 5 Gold medals eleven/12 55 39 12 4 139 35

Head-to-head tape

[edit]

Below is a effect summary of all matches Argentina have played against FIFA recognized teams.[l]

Every bit of 27 January 2022


 Positive Record


 Neutral Record


 Negative Record

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Rivalries

[edit]

Brazil

[edit]

Argentine republic have a long and fierce rivalry with their South American neighbours.[51]

England

[edit]

With a rivalry stemming from the 1966 Earth Cup and intensified by the Falklands War of 1982, Argentina and England have had numerous confrontations in World Cup tournaments. Among them was the quarter-final match in 1986, where Diego Maradona scored ii goals confronting England. The kickoff was a handball, but was ruled legal past the referee. The second, scored minutes later, saw Maradona passing five England outfield players before scoring, and is frequently described as one of the greatest goals in football history.

The nations were paired together in the Round of xvi at the 1998 FIFA Earth Cup, won past Argentine republic on penalties, and again at the group stage in 2002, England winning i–0 through a penalty by David Beckham who had been sent off in the tie four years earlier.

Federal republic of germany

[edit]

Argentine republic have played Federal republic of germany in seven FIFA World Cup matches including three FIFA World Cup finals: In 1986 Argentine republic won 3–2, but in 1990 it was the Germans who were the victors by a i–0 scoreline.

In 1958 they met for the kickoff time in the grouping stage, where Argentina suffered a ane–3 loss to defending champions W Frg.[52]
In 1966 both once again faced each other in the grouping stage which concluded in a scoreless draw.[53]
2006 they met in the quarter-finals; Argentina lost on penalties after a 1–1 draw. They met once again at the aforementioned stage in 2010, this time ending with a four–0 victory for Germany. They played each other for the third consecutive Globe Loving cup in the Brazil 2014 event’southward final, where Argentina was defeated in actress time by a score of one–0.

Uruguay

[edit]

Argentina accept a long-standing rivalry with their neighbors, that came into existence from the early S American Championships, the 1928 Summer Olympics and the beginning Earth Cup concluding, held in 1930.

Argentina and Uruguay hold the record for almost international matches played betwixt two countries.[two]
The two teams have faced each other 197 times since 1902. The first lucifer between Argentine republic and Uruguay was likewise the first official international match to be played outside the United Kingdom.[note 4]

Nigeria

[edit]

A minor rivalry developed from the 1990s betwixt Argentina and Nigeria, based not on geographical proximity, long-term battles for honours or factors exterior football, just due to the frequency of meaning matches between them.[54]
[55]
[56]
[57]
[58]
[59]
This has included five World Loving cup group games, all won by Argentina by a single goal margin: 2–1 in 1994, i–0 in 2002, 1–0 in 2010, iii–2 in 2014 and 2–1 in 2018. The fixture is the most mutual in the competition’s history involving an African nation,[60]
and has occurred in five of the six tournaments for which Nigeria has qualified. The sides also met in the 1995 Male monarch Fahd Cup (the predecessor to the Confederations Loving cup) as champions of their respective continents, cartoon 0–0.

Below full international level, their Olympic teams likewise faced off in the gilded medal match in 1996 (3–2 to Nigeria), and 2008 (1–0 to Argentina). The terminal of the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship was also played betwixt them; both Argentine republic goals in their two–ane win were scored past Lionel Messi, who would keep to find the cyberspace for the senior team in the 2014[61]
and 2018[62]
World Loving cup fixtures. On vi September 2011, Bangabandhu National Stadium hosted an international friendly football match between the full-strength Argentina and Nigeria teams, featuring Lionel Messi, Sergio Agüero, Javier Mascherano and John Obi Mikel amongst the other star players of both nations. Argentina won iii–one with goals from then-Real Madrid teammates Gonzalo Higuaín and Ángel Di María, and an own goal from Nigeria’s Elderson Echiéjilé with Chinedu Obasi scoring Nigeria’due south lone goal.

The sense of rivalry is more keenly felt on the Nigerian side, as Argentine republic have won nearly all of their encounters and have much bigger rivalries with Brazil, England, Germany and Uruguay in contrast to the West Africans who remain keen to finally overcome a more illustrious foe.[55]

Honours

[edit]

Official

[edit]

  • FIFA World Cup
  • Due south American Championship / Copa América



    • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

      Champions (15)
      : 1921, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1991, 1993, 2021

    • 2nd place, silver medalist(s)

      Runners-up (14): 1916, 1917, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1935, 1942, 1959, 1967, 2004, 2007, 2015, 2016

    • 3rd place, bronze medalist(s)

      Third Identify (5): 1919, 1956, 1963, 1989, 2019
    • Fourth Place (two): 1922, 1987
  • FIFA Confederations Cup
  • Intercontinental Loving cup of Nations



    • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

      Champions (1)
      : 1993
  • Panamerican Championship
  • Summertime Olympics
  • Pan American Games

Friendly

[edit]



  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Newton Cup[note 5]
    (17)
    : 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1911, 1916, 1918, 1924, 1927, 1928, 1937, 1942, 1945, 1957, 1973, 1975, 1976
    (record)


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Lipton Cup[note 5]
    (18)
    : 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1928, 1937, 1942, 1945, 1957, 1962, 1968, 1976, 1992
    (tape)


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Copa Premier Honour Argentino (7)
    : 1909, 1911, 1913, 1914,1918, 1919, 1980
    (record)


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Copa Centenario Revolución de Mayo[note 6]
    (i)
    : 1910


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Copa Premier Honor Uruguayo (v)
    : 1915, 1916, 1917, 1923, 1924


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Copa Juan Mignaburu[note v]
    (five)
    : 1935, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1943


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Copa Héctor Rivadavia Gómez[note five]
    (3)
    : 1935, 1936, 1943


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Roca Cup[note vii]
    (four)
    : 1923, 1939, 1940, 1971
    [63]


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Superclásico de las Américas[note vii]
    (2)
    : 2017, 2019


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Nations’ Cup[notation 8]
    (one)
    : 1964


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Kirin Cup[note 9]
    (ii)
    : 1992, 2003


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    Copa Times of India (one)
    : 2011[64]


  • 1st place, gold medalist(s)

    San Juan Cup (1)
    : 2019[65]
Notes

  1. ^

    Senior squad participations include the 1928–1936 period then only apprentice players were allowed from the 1948 Games, and only U-23 players starting in 1992. For further information, see Argentine republic national under-23 football team.
Competition
1st place, gold medalist(s)

2nd place, silver medalist(s)

3rd place, bronze medalist(s)
Total
World Cup 2 iii 5
Copa América xv 14 5 34
Confederations Cup 1 two three
Panamerican Championship 1 1 two
Intercontinental Loving cup of Nations ane 1
Olympic Games 2 two 4
Total 22 22 five 49

See also

[edit]

  • List of Argentina international footballers
  • Argentina national nether-23 football team
  • Argentine republic national nether-20 football team
  • Argentina national under-17 football game squad
  • Vamos, vamos, Argentina

Notes and references

[edit]

Notes

[edit]


  1. ^

    From 1992 on, medals won by Argentina were with the U-23 team, not the senior squad, as ruled by the IOC.[ix]
    [ten]

  2. ^

    There is a precedent of a friction match played betwixt an Argentine representative 5 an Uruguayan side on 16 May 1901 in Paso del Molino. However, most historians discard this match equally the first, stating that match was not organised past the AUF but past the Albion F.C.. In fact, the initial lineup featured 9 players from Albion and ii from Nacional.[4]
    [14]
    [3]

  3. ^

    A friction match against England on 17 May 1953 was abandoned, and the outcome declared void, hence the number of matches played is greater than the total of wins/draws/losses.

  4. ^

    Although Canada and the United States played two internationals in 1885 and 1886, neither match is considered official; Canada did not play an official international until 1904 and the United States did not play one until 1916.[
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    Organised by Argentine and Uruguayan Associations

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    Organised as part of the celebrations for the Argentine Centennial.
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    Organised by Brazilian and Argentine Associations

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    Organised by the Brazilian Confederation

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    Organised by Japanese Kirin Company
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External links

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  • Official website

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    (in Castilian)
  • Argentine republic FIFA profile



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argentina_national_football_team