Soccer Games in Buenos Aires: Tickets & Tours

Professional soccer/football games in Buenos Aires are back in 2022, with stadiums operating at full capacity!

Secure tickets to Boca Jrs., River Plate, Independiente and all the other Big Five Teams and other games in Buenos Aires such as the World Cup Qualifiers and Copa Libertadores.

Football fans watch the game in the club member section at La Boca Jrs. Bombonera stadium in the La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires

Upcoming Games in Buenos Aires

About Argentina’s First Division Soccer League

Argentina’s regular First Division football season normally runs from late January/early February until May and August until mid-December.

The Primera División competition takes place among 26 teams who participate in a single round-robin.

If you don’t want to miss out on the excitement of a live Argentine soccer game, please review the list below to see what games match your travel dates and get touch with us at the bottom of the page to ask questions make a reservation.

Vaccine compliance is high in Buenos Aires, so stadiums are operating at full capacity and there are no special requirements to enter.

Those who want to get a taste of Argentine football on the off-season (or in season!) can also take the popular Bombonera and River Plate stadium tour to see the stadium museums, go on the pitch, and, if you’re lucky, spot players.

Argentina’s 2022 First Division Football/Soccer Matches

The 2022 Cup was scheduled to start on Friday, February 4.

Due to the large number of coronavirus cases that were registered in all First Division campuses at the start of the pre-season, the season was delayed until Friday, February 11.

The final game of the first half of the season will be held on Sunday, May 22.

The second semester 2022 tournament will be played from the beginning of June to the end of October, since in November and December the Qatar World Cup will be played.

First phase · Matchday 13 of 14

Apr 30, 22

Racing Club vs Banfield

Apr 30, 22

Sarmiento vs River Plate

Apr 30, 22

Platense vs Argentinos Juniors

Apr 30, 22

Arsenal Sarandi vs Colón

Apr 30, 22

Godoy Cruz vs C. Córdoba (SE)

Apr 30, 22

Boca Juniors vs Barracas Central

Apr 30, 22

Newell’s Old Boys vs San Lorenzo

Apr 30, 22

Huracán vs Rosario Central

Apr 30, 22

Atlético Tucumán vs Talleres Córdoba

Apr 30, 22

Vélez Sársfield vs Tigre

Apr 30, 22

Lanús vs Independiente

Apr 30, 22

Patronato vs Gimnasia


Argentina’s first game to compete for the FIFA World Cup 2022 will be against Saudi Arabia on November 22, 2022 in Qatar.

This will be Argentina’s 13th consecutive World Cup competition.

Our money’s on the Albiceleste for that game!

June 1 2022
🇮🇹 Italy vs Argentina🇦🇷

Replay from matchday 6

September 22, 2022

🇧🇷 Brazil vs Argentina🇦🇷

Liberators Cup 2022 (CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores)

8th of March 2022— October 2022

Group Phase

  • Date 1: April 6
  • Date 2: April 13
  • Date 3: April 27
  • Date 4: May 4
  • Date 5: May 18
  • Date 6: May 25

Final Round: June 1

Final phase:

    Round of 16:  June 29 & July 6
    Quarter-finals: August 3 & August 10
    Semifinals: August 31 & September 7
    Final: October 29 at the Monumental Stadium, Guayaquil, Ecuador 

South American Cup (Copa Sudamericana)

CONMEBOL released on Tuesday the dates of the Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana and Recopa competitions for the year 2022, with a tighter calendar to accommodate the World Cup in Qatar in November / December.

In the World Cup year, the final of the Libertadores will be on October 29 in Guayaquil, Equador, while the Sudamericana will play its summit match on October 1 in Brasilia, Brazil.

The Recopa for its part, will continue with a two-game format and will be played on February 23 and March 2.

Group stage:

Date 1: April 6
Date 2: April 13
Date 3: April 27
Date 4: May 4
Date 5: May 18
Date 6: May 25  -- River Plate vs Alianza Lima 

June 1: Round of 16 draw

Final phase:

Round of 16: June 29 and July 6

Quarter-finals: August 3 and August 10

Semifinals: August 31 and September 7

Final: October 1 at the Mané Garrincha Stadium, Brasilia

South American Recopa:

Outbound: February 23
Return: March 2

* Games for 2022 will be announced in the future. Get in touch with us to be put on the list for 2022 games

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See Polo in its Mecca: Buenos Aires

Argentina is known for its soccer, but many don’t know that the sport if truly dominates worldwide is polo.

If planning to be in Buenos Aires during the months of November and December, don’t miss a game at the Polo Open.

At the tournament visitors rub elbows with Argentina’s elite and see the fast-past action with famous players such as Ralph Lauren model, Nacho Figueras at Argentina’s largest Polo tournament in the Palermo neighborhood’s ‘Polo Cathedral.’

During the off-season visitors can still get acquainted with polo, by arranging for a trip to a ranch to see an amateur match or by taking a full-day tour to a ranch to learn polo yourself.

About the Buenos Aires Soccer (Football) Polo, and Rugby Tours:

• Games include pick up at your hotel or apartment (central Buenos Aires neighborhoods). All games include apartment or hotel drop-off after the game
• Please note, soccer game times may change, please be prepared to be flexible time-wise
• We process payments via Paypal, Google Pay, Stripe or Bitcoin please let us know if you have a preference
• Prices are in US dollars
• Prices subject to change, until payment is received
• Due to laws regarding safety protocol for stadiums, we may be required to ask for guests’ passport numbers and date of birth
• Please read our cancellation policy on our terms and conditions
• Please get in touch about seeing a game as soon as possible. If the game is within 24 hours, we will still do our best to accommodate you, but there is an additional charge of $20 per ticket.

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