Argentine national soccer team

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pointed name
La albiceleste
the white-sky-blue
federation
Asociación del Fútbol Argentino
coach
José Pekerman, since 2004
record players
Diego Simeone (106)
record goal scorer
Gabriel Batistuta (56)
first international match
Uruguay 2:3 Argentina
(Montevideo, Uruguay; 16. May 1901)
Highest victory
Argentina 12:0 Ecuador
(Montevideo, Uruguay; 22. January 1942)
Highest defeat
Argentina 1:6 Czechoslovakia
(Helsingborg, Sweden; 15. June 1958)
Argentina 0:5 Uruguay
(Guayaquil, Ecuador; 16. December 1959)
Argentina 0:5 Colombia
(Buenos Aires, Argentina; 5. September 1993)
World championship
final round participation: 13 (first: 1930)
Best results: World champion 1978, 1986
Copa América
final round participation: 37 (first: 1916)
Best results: Winner 1921, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1991, 1993

the Argentine national soccer team are one of the most successful football crews of the world. So far the crew became twice world champion.

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history

the Argentine national soccer team of the gentlemen became at the 1. May 1890 based. The first international match was to 16. May 1901and with 2:3 against Uruguay one lost. Julio Baptista shot the first gate of Argentine football history. However Gabriel Batistuta shot most gates of the national team ( 56). They got first of altogether 17 titles 1921 with the profit of the Copa America. They became14mal Copa America winner, twice world champion and 2004 olympia winners in Athens. The probably best Argentine player of all times was Diego Maradona.

participation of Argentina at the soccer world championship

Argentina reached so far 14 times the WM-Endrunde, and failed so far once in the qualification.Twice Argentina became world champion.

1930 withdrawn into Uruguay
of second 1934 into Italy
Vorrunde 1938 into France
1950 withdrawn into Brazil
1954 in Switzerland not participated
1958 into Sweden Vorrunde
1962 into Chile Vorrunde
1966 into England quarter final
1970 into Mexico do not qualify
1974 in Germany intermediate round
1978 in Argentina world champion
1982 in Spain intermediate round
1986 in Mexico world champion
1990 in Italy of second
1994 in the USA rounds of the last sixteen
1998 in France quarter final
2002 in South Korea/Japan Vorrunde
2006 in Germany qualifies

title

Current cadre

of current cadres: Konföderationen cup 2005/Argentinien

acquaintance player

in parentheses: Period of international matches (conditions: 31.12.2005)

  • Pablo Aimar - 38 international matches/7 gates (1999-2005)
  • José Albrecht - of 39 international matches/3 gates (1961-1969)
  • Matias Almeyda - 40 international matches/1 gate (1996-2003)
  • Osvaldo Ardiles - 53 international matches/8 gates (1975-1982)
  • Roberto Ayala - of 99 international matches/6 gates (1994-2005)
  • Abel Balbo - 37 international matches/11 gates (1989-1998)
  • José Basualdo - of 31 international matches (1989-1995)
  • Gabriel Omar Batistuta - 78 international matches/56 gates (1991-2002)
  • Raul Belen- 31 international matches/9 gates (1959-1963)
  • Ricardo Daniel Bertoni - 31 international matches/12 gates (1974-1982)
  • José Luis Brown - of 36 international matches/1 gate (1983-1990)
  • Miguel fishing rod Brindisi - 46 international matches/17 gates (1969-1974)
  • German Burgos - of 35 international matches (1995-2002)
  • Jorge Burruchaga- 59 international matches/13 gates (1983-1990)
  • Claudio Caniggia - 50 international matches/16 gates (1987-2002)
  • Rodolfo Esteban Cardoso
  • José Chamot - of 43 international matches/2 gates (1993-2002)
  • Oreste Omar Corbatta - 43 international matches/18 gates (1956-1962)
  • Hernán Crespo - of 53 international matches/29Gates (1995-2005)
  • Alfredo di Stefano - 6 international matches/6 gates (1947)
  • Ubaldo Fillol - of 58 international matches (1974-1985)
  • Marcelo Gallardo - 44 international matches/14 gates (1994-2003)
  • carrots Gallego - 73 international match/3 gates (1975-1982)
  • Luis Galvan - 34 international matches (1975-1982)
  • Ricardo Giusti -53 international matches (1983-1990)
  • Sergio Goycochea - 44 international matches (1987-1994)
  • Ramon Heredia - of 30 international matches/2 gates (1971-1974)
  • Rene Houseman - 55 international match/13 gates (1973-1979)
  • Mario Kempes - of 43 international matches/20 gates (1973-1982)
  • fishing rod Labruna - 37 international matches/17 gates (1942-1958)
  • Julio Libonatti - 15 international matches/8 gates (1919-1922)
  • Claudio Lopez - of 55 international matches /10 gates (1995-2003)
  • Leopoldo Luque - 45 international matches/22 gates (1975-1981)
  • Diego Maradona - of 91 international matches/34 gates (1977-1994)
  • OSCAR Mas - 37 international matches/10 gates (1965-1972)
  • Luisito Monti - 16 international matches/5 gates (1924-1931)
  • Jorge Olguin - of 60 international matches (1976-1982)
  • Ermindo fishing rod Onega - 30 international matches/11 gates (1960-1967)
  • Raimundo Orsi - of 13 international matches/3 gates (1924-1936)
  • Ariel Ortega - 86 international matches/17 gates (1993-2003)
  • Daniel Passarella70 Länderspiele / 22 Tore (1976-1986)
  • Nery Pumpido - 38 Länderspiele (1983-1990)
  • Antonio Rattin - 34 Länderspiele / 1 Tor (1959-1969)
  • Fernando Redondo
  • Antonio Roma - 42 Länderspiele (1956-1967)
  • Oscar Ruggeri - 97 Länderspiele / 7 Tore (1983-1994)
  • Walter Samuel- 51 Länderspiele / 4Gates (1999-2005)
  • Javier Saviola - 30 international matches/9 gates (2000-2005)
  • Roberto Sensini - of 60 international matches (1987-2000)
  • Diego Simeone - 106 international matches/11 gates (1988-2002)
  • Enrique Omar Sivori - of 19 international matches/9 gates (1956-1957)
  • Juan Pablo Sorín - 70 international matches/10 gates(1995-2005)
  • Alberto Cesar Tarantini - 61 international match/1 gate (1974-1982)
  • Juan Sebastián Verón - of 56 international matches/9 gates (1996-2003)
  • Nelson Vivas - 39 international matches/1 gate (1994-2002)
  • Javier Zanetti - of 102 international matches/5 gates (1994-2005)

international matches against GermansNational soccer teams

(results always from Argentine view)

  • international matches against Germany
  1. 8. June 1958 in Malmö (WM): 1:3
  2. 16. July 1966 in Birmingham (WM): 0:0
  3. 14. February 1972 in Munich: 3:2
  4. 5. June 1977 in Buenos Aires: 1:3
  5. 12. September 1979 in Berlin: 1:2
  6. 1. January 1981 in Montevideo (Copa de Oro): 2:1
  7. 24. March 1982 in Buenos Aires: 1:1
  8. 12. September 1984 in Duesseldorf: 3:1
  9. 29. June 1986 in Mexico city (WM-final game): 3:2
  10. 16. December 1987 in Buenos Aires: 1:0
  11. 2. April 1988 in Berlin: 0:1
  12. 8. July 1990 in Rome (WM-final game): 0:1
  13. 15. December 1993 in Miami: 2:1
  14. 17. April 2002 in Stuttgart: 1:0
  15. 9. February 2005 in Duesseldorf: 2:2
  16. 21. June 2005 in Nuremberg: 2:2 (Confederation Cup)

(balance: won 7,remis 4, lost 5)

  • international matches against the GDR
  1. 3. July 1974 in gel churches (WM): 1:1
  2. 12. July 1977 in Buenos Aires: 2:0

(balance: won, 0) [work on] international matches lost

1, remis

1 against Austria

(results always from Argentine view)

  1. 21. May 1980 in Vienna 5:1
  2. 3. May 1990 in Vienna 1:1


national coach

National coach term of office
Ángel Vázquez 1924 - 1925
José Millán 1927 - 1928
Francisco Olazar 1929
Francisco Olazar and Juan Tramutola 1929 - 1930
Felipe Pascucci 1934
Manuel Seoane 1935 - 1937
Ángel Roca 1938 - 1939
Guillermo Stábile 1939 - 1958
Guillermo Stábile and Carlo Calocero 1940
Victorio mirror-image net, José Della Torre and José Barreiro 1959
José Moreno 1959
Guillermo Stábile 1960
Victorio mirror-image net 1960 - 1961
José D'Amico 1961
Juan Lorenzo 1962
Néstor Rossi 1962
Jim Lopes 1962
Horacio Torres 1963
José D'Amico 1963
José Minella 1964 - 1965
Osvaldo Zubeldía 1965
Juan Lorenzo 1966
Jim Lopes 1967
Carmelo Faraone 1967
Renato Cesarini 1967 - 1968
José Minella 1968
Humberto Maschio 1969
Adolfo Pedernera 1969
Juan Pizzuti 1970 -1972
Enrique Sívori 1972 - 1973
Miguel Ignomiriello 1973
Enrique Sívori 1973
Enrique Sívori and Miguel Ignomiriello 1973
Enrique Sívori 1973
Vladislao Cap 1974
César Luis Menotti 1974 - 1975
César Luis Menotti and Miguel Antonio Juárez 1975
César Luis Menotti 1975 to 1982
Federico Sacchi (interCIM coach) 1979
of Carlo Bilardo 1983 - 1990
Alfio Basile 1991 - 1994
Reinaldo Merlo (interCIM coaches) 1993
Daniel Passarella 1994 - 1998
Marcelo Bielsa 1999 - 2004
José Pekerman since 2004

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