Club Atletico Boca Juniors are one of the best Argentine football clubs in the country where they have won a total of 30 league titles which is four behind bitter rivals River Plate. Boca for Short, Boca Juniors wear blue and yellow home shits with blue shorts and socks and they have had several iconic players to wear the shirt including Diego Maradona, Martin Palermo, Roberto Mouzo, Juan Roman Riquelme, Francisco Varallo, Antonio Rattin and many more.
Boca Juniors play in the Argentine football league. Their homeground is the Bombonera stadium, 805 Brandsen street in La Boca, Buenos Aires. The original team kit was pink, but that was quickly replaced with a black & white striped shirt. In 1907 Boca faced a team with the same shirt design, they played to decide who should keep their colours and Boca lost. Today’s kit was born, initially it was a blue gold shirt with a yellow diagonal band, that is now a horizontal band.
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Club Atletico Boca have five Copa Libertadores titles with three Intercontinental Cups to their name. It all started in 1905 when five Italian immigrants the team. Boca's first match was against Mariano Moreno on the 6th of May. It wasn't until 1931 the Juniors played their first professional game against Chacarita Juniors.
Boca have never been relegated from the top flight of Argentine football. They initially played in local leagues and then the amateur second division until Club Atletico Boca were promoted to the top division in 1913, when professionalism was introduced in Argentina, Boca won the first league title. Famous names to play for Boca Juniors over the years include Argentinian legend Diego Maradona. Carlos Fernando Navarro Montoya managed to play in 180 straight matches. More recent names include Gabriel Batistuta, Kily Gonzalez, Juan Sebastian Vern and Martin Palermo.