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About Argentina Tickets 2023/24

Argentina is one of the world's leading footballing nations. Three-time winners of the FIFA World Cup, La Albiceleste is widely respected across the wider sporting world.

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History of the Argentina National Football Team

The Argentine Football Association was founded back in 1893, making it the oldest football federation in South America. The national team contested its first-ever fixture in 1902, beating Uruguay by six goals to zero.

In 1912, the AFA became affiliated with FIFA and just a few years later with CONMEBOL, the governing body of football on the South American continent.

Argentina took part in the inaugural FIFA World Cup in 1930 and reached the final of the 13-team tournament, but lost to neighbours and host nation Uruguay. Almost 50 years passed before La Albiceleste returned to the World Cup final in 1978.

Since 1974. Argentina has appeared at every World Cup tournament. On several occasions has the South American country occupied top spot of the FIFA World Ranking.

Argentina has long-standing rivalries with neighbours Brazil and Uruguay. There is also animosity between Argentina and England, fuelled by the Falklands War of 1982.

Argentina National Team at Major Tournaments

There is no shortage of silverware in the trophy cabinet belonging to the Argentina national team. La Albiceleste won Copa America for a record-equalling 15th time in 2021, and have also ended runners-up of this competition on 14 occasions.

Argentina became winners of the World Cup for the first time in 1978, on home soil, beating the Netherlands in the final.

The men in white and sky blue triumphed again in 1986, having conquered West Germany in the final, and most recently in 2022 versus France.

After ending runners-up at the first-ever World Cup in 1930, Argentina also lost in the final of 1990 and again in 2014 (both times against Germany).

In 2022, Copa America champions Argentina beat European Championship winners Italy, 3-0, in the Finalissima at Wembley.

Argentina at the FIFA World Cup

Year Host Country Performance
1930 Uruguay Runners-up
1978 Argentina Winners
1986 Mexico Winners
1990 Italy Runners-up
2014 Brazil Runners-up
2022 Qatar Winners

Best Argentinian Football Players

Some of the greatest-ever footballers have been native to Argentina, in particular Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi.

Maradona guided La Albiceleste to World Cup success in 1986, scoring five goals in the tournament held in Mexico including four during the knockout stages. In total, Maradona scored 34 goals in 91 appearances wearing the colours of Argentina.

Messi, meanwhile, cemented his status as one of if not the greatest-ever footballer by capturing World Cup glory at the 2022 showpiece in Qatar.

He was integral to Argentina's success in the Middle East and received the Golden Ball for the best player at the tournament, as well as the Silver Boot for the second-most goals behind only Kylian Mbappé of France.

Messi netted his 100th international goal in 2023. Prior to this, in 2021, the Rosario-born superstar had led his country to the Copa America title. At club level, Messi joined FC Barcelona aged 13 and made his senior debut three years later before going on to score a record 672 goals in 778 games for the Catalan giants.

Gabriel Batistuta scored 56 goals in 78 matches for La Albiceleste and he was the national team's record goalscorer until Messi elapsed that tally in 2016.

Other Argentina icons of yesteryear have included Javier Zanetti (143 caps) and Diego Simeone (106). Hernan Crespo scored 35 goals in 64 appearances for his country and also represented English Premier League side Chelsea.

In more recent times, other well-known Argentinian footballers such as Javier Mascherano (147 caps), Sergio Aguero (101), Carlos Tevez (76) and Angel di Maria have starred for their country. Said players all plied their trade in the English top flight for the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United.

Argentina always tend to have an abundance of high-profile attacking players in their ranks. Gonzalo Higuain played 75 times for his nation, scoring 31 goals, and he made more than 550 appearances combined for Real Madrid, Napoli and Juventus. Paulo Dybala also played for Juventus, taking to the field almost 300 times for the Old Lady before switching to AS Roma in 2022.

Argentina National Team – Home Stadium

Argentina's most important games are usually held at El Monumental in Buenos Aires. This stadium is the home ground of local club River Plate and, with a capacity of almost 85,000, typically hosts the most important sports events in Argentina.

La Bombonera, home to Boca Juniors, is also located in Buenos Aires and has a capacity of 57,000.

Other venues, such as the 57,000-seater Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes in Cordoba, are also used occasionally to stage national team events.

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If you're looking to buy cheap Argentina football tickets, international friendly matches are often the best choice. However, it’s also possible to snag a great deal to see Argentina in competitive action on our platform.

You'll find that the cheapest Argentina tickets on SeatPick are for the upcoming Argentina vs Ecuador event, with prices starting from $101. The match will take place at Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago on June 9, 2024 and the cheapest tickets are found in the 356 Section.

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Argentina will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if Argentina currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Argentina Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Argentina match tickets.

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