European Clubs in Argentina and Uruguay (1914-1935)


British Clubs in Argentina and Uruguay (1904-1929) (link to separate file)


Explanation

General Remarks

These files contain the matches played by European teams during their trips to Argentina and Uruguay.

Many scorers are not available. The European scorers are written in black and the Argentinean (or Uruguayan) scorers in blue.

The period included begins in 1904, when the first British professional team (Southampton) arrived at the Río de La Plata.

Until 1930 the Argentinean teams were amateur. Professional football was introduced in 1931.

Combinados

"Combinado" denotes something like "All-Star Team". There are "combinados" from countries, cities and leagues.

We list the following more detailed explanations on some of the team names occurring here:


TORINO -ITA- (1914)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

1-Sep

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-2

Mosso - Alberto Marcovecchio (2)

?-Sep

Buenos Aires

Racing Club

0-1

Alberto Ohaco

?-Sep

Buenos Aires

Liga Argentina

2-0

Mosso, Tirone

FEDERACIÓN GUIPUZCOANA -SPA- (1922)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

Buenos Aires

Argentina

0-4

Gaslini (2), Chiessa, Rofrano

(Sportivo Barracas)

Buenos Aires

Combinado "Capital"

1-1

López - Leonardi

Buenos Aires

Combinado Ligas del Interior

4-0

López (2), Belausteguigoytía, Zabala

Rosario

Combinado Rosarino

1-2

Arabaolaza - E. Celli (2)

(Newell's Old Boys)

Montevideo

Uruguay

0-4

Romano (3), Héctor Scarone

Buenos Aires

Uruguay

1-3

Sacco (2), Olivieri

(Sportivo Barracas)

TEPLITZER FUSSBALL-VIENNA WIEN AMATEURS -AUT- (1922)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

6-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-1

13-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-1

Banas - Julio Libonatti

20-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

3-3

Sedlacek (3) - Gaslini (2), De Césari

?-Aug

Montevideo

Uruguay

0-2

Buffoni, Romano

(Parque Central)

Montevideo

Uruguay

1-5

Buffoni (2), Romano, Somma, Hegui (Uruguay)

Buenos Aires

Combinado Argentino

6-3

Buenos Aires

Combinado Argentino

1-3

Montevideo

Peñarol

0-1

(abandoned due to rain)

GENOA CRICKET AND FOOTBALL CLUB -ITA- (1923)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

Buenos Aires

Combinado "Norte"

1-2

Iribarren -og- - Izaguirre, Polimeni

Buenos Aires

Combinado "Sud"

1-0

Catto

Montevideo

Uruguay

1-2

Héctor Scarone, Buffoni (Uruguay)

(Parque Central)

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-1

Santamaria - Domingo Tarascone

REAL CLUB DEPORTIVO ESPAÑOL -SPA- (1926)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

27-Jun

Buenos Aires

Combinado "Norte"

1-0

14' Padrón

(Sportivo Barracas)

?

Buenos Aires

Combinado "Sud"

1-1

Cubells - Felipe Cherro

(Boca Juniors)

9-Jul

Buenos Aires

Argentina

2-2

Cubells, Oramás - Perducca, Roberto Cherro

(Sportivo Barracas)

Rosario

Liga Rosarina

0-3

Buenos Aires

Liga Rosarina

0-0

(Sportivo Barracas)

Buenos Aires

Huracán

0-1

Pratto

(Huracán)

REAL MADRID -SPA- (1927)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

9-Jul

Buenos Aires

Argentina National Team

0-0

(Sportivo Barracas)

10-Jul

Buenos Aires

Argentina National Team

2-3

15', 65' R. Triana - 18', 88' Carricaberry, 54' Calandra

(River Plate)

REAL CLUB CELTA DE VIGO -SPA- (1928)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

8-Jul

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-0

goal at 40' -scorer missing-

(Boca Juniors)

9-Jul

Buenos Aires

Argentina

0-8

17', 56' Sandoval, 32', 48', 71' Penella, 52', 57', 77' Marazzi,

(River Plate)

14-Jul

Avellaneda

Argentina

0-3

63' Mario Evaristo, 75' Felipe Cherro, 85' Baragnano

(Independiente)

F.C. BARCELONA -SPA- (1928)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

4-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-3

25' Samitier - 42', 72' Raimundo Orsi, Domingo Tarascone

(Sportivo Barracas)

5-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

0-0

11-Aug

Avellaneda

Independiente

1-4

65' Regueiro - 10' Zoilo Canavery, 22', 44' Manuel Seoane,

(Independiente)

46' Raimundo Orsi

15-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

0-1

41' Perducca

(River Plate)

18-Aug

Buenos Aires

Boca Juniors

2-0

41', 55' J. Sastre

(Boca Juniors)

Rosario

Liga Rosarina

0-4

Montevideo

Peñarol

1-1

Montevideo

Nacional

0-3

FERENCVÁROS -HUN- (1929)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

?

Montevideo

?

w-l

Ferencváros won; opponent and score missing

1-Aug

Buenos Aires

River Plate

4-3

6' R. Ratzo, 31', 60' Kohut, 71' J. Turay - 3' Gondar,

(River Plate)

33' Irurieta, 37' Dapit

6-Aug

Avellaneda

Racing Club

2-1

61', 71' J. Turay - 68' Pedro Ochoa

(Racing Club)

10-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

0-2

80', 81' Maglio

(River Plate)

?-Aug

Avellaneda

Racing Club

2-1

38' J. Turay, 61' J. Tackas - 8' A. García

(Racing Club)

TORINO -ITA- (1929)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

28-Jul

Buenos Aires

Argentina

0-1

30' Domingo Tarascone

(Sportivo Barracas)

3-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-1

17' Wolk - 25' Maglio

(River Plate)

4-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-4

7' Wolk - 16', 35', 82' D. Tarascone, 75' Alejandro Scopelli

(Boca Juniors)

?-Aug

Avellaneda

Independiente

2-1

Julio Libonatti, Baloncieri - Luis Ravaschino

(Independiente)

BOLOGNA -ITA- (1929)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

15-Aug

Buenos Aires

Argentina

1-3

87' Magnozzi - 17', 25' Mario Evaristo, 62' Roberto Cherro

(Huracán)

18-Aug

Avellaneda

Argentina

0-0

(Independiente)

24-Aug

Buenos Aires

Huracán

1-2

54' Magnozzi - 40' Loizo, 75' Guillermo Stábile

(Huracán)

25-Aug

Bahía Blanca

Liga del Sur

2-1

27-Aug

Buenos Aires

Boca Juniors

0-1

Roberto Cherro

(Boca Juniors)

30-Aug

La Plata

Estudiantes L.P.

2-2

(Estudiantes L.P.)

ATLÉTICO MADRID-R.C.D. ESPAÑOL -SPA- (1935)

Date

Venue

Opponent

Result

Scorers

7-Jul

Avellaneda

Argentina

2-2

Elícegui - Roberto Cherro, Enrique García

(Independiente)

9-Jul

Avellaneda

Argentina

1-1

Elícegui - Pereyra

(Independiente)

14-Jul

Buenos Aires

Argentina

0-1

Herminio Masantonio

(San Lorenzo)

21-Jul

Rosario

Liga Rosarina

0-2

Fabrini, Liztherman

(Newell's Old Boys)

?-Jul

Santa Fe

Unión

5-6

(Unión)


About this document

Source: Historia del Fútbol Argentino, various authors, Editorial Eiffel, Buenos Aires, 1958.

Prepared and maintained by Sergio Hernández for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Sergio Hernández (sernan@sinectis.com.ar)
Last updated: 12 Sep 2002

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