Fixtures

Copa Libertadores 04/25 00:00 3 Libertad Asuncion vs River Plate - View
Copa Libertadores 05/08 00:00 4 Nacional De Football vs River Plate - View
Argentina Liga Profesional 05/12 23:00 1 River Plate vs Central Cordoba - View
Copa Libertadores 05/15 00:00 5 River Plate vs Libertad Asuncion - View
Argentina Liga Profesional 05/19 23:00 2 River Plate vs Belgrano - View
Argentina Liga Profesional 05/26 23:00 3 Argentinos Jrs vs River Plate - View

Results

Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 04/15 23:00 14 [7] Instituto AC Cordoba v River Plate [3] W 1-3
Copa Libertadores 04/12 00:00 2 [1] River Plate v Nacional De Football [2] W 2-0
Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 04/08 00:00 13 [6] River Plate v Rosario Central [10] W 2-1
Copa Libertadores 04/03 00:30 1 Deportivo Tachira v River Plate W 0-2
Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 03/29 23:30 12 [12] Huracan v River Plate [3] L 1-0
World Club Friendlies 03/22 23:00 - Independiente Rivadavia v River Plate L 4-0
Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 03/17 21:30 11 [3] River Plate v Gimnasia LP [9] W 3-1
Argentina Super Cup 03/14 00:10 1 River Plate v Estudiantes LP W 2-1
Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 03/09 22:15 10 [4] CA Independiente v River Plate [1] D 1-1
Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 03/07 00:30 9 [6] River Plate v Independiente Rivadavia [12] W 2-0
Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 03/03 00:30 8 [7] CA Talleres de Córdoba v River Plate [4] D 2-2
Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 02/25 20:00 7 [2] River Plate v Boca Juniors [7] D 1-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 62 35 27
Wins 34 27 7
Draws 17 6 11
Losses 11 2 9
Goals for 108 68 40
Goals against 62 20 42
Clean sheets 23 17 6
Failed to score 8 3 5

Club Atlético River Plate, commonly known as River Plate, is an Argentine professional sports club based in the Belgrano neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Founded in 1901, the club is named after the English name for the city's estuary, Río de la Plata. River's home stadium, Estadio Monumental, is the largest in South America.

Although a multi-sport club, River Plate is best known for its professional association football department, which has won Argentina's Primera División championship a record 38 times, most recently in 2023. River Plate have also won 16 national cups, making River Argentina's most successful team in domestic competitions with 54 titles. At international level, River have won 18 titles, including four Copa Libertadores, one Intercontinental Cup, one Supercopa Sudamericana, one Copa Sudamericana, three Recopa Sudamericanas, one Copa Interamericana, one Suruga Bank Championship, a record five Copa Aldaos, and one Tie Cup. In addition, River Plate's reserve team won the U-20 Copa Libertadores in 2012. After winning the 2014 Copa Sudamericana, 2015 Recopa Sudamericana and the 2015 Copa Libertadores, River Plate became the first team to simultaneously hold CONMEBOL's three current major international competitions.

River Plate are ranked first in the all-time Argentine Primera División table, having gained the most points, having played the most matches, and having the highest win percentage. River are also ranked first in the historical table of the Copa Libertadores, being the South American team with most games won and the most points gained. The club were placed ninth in the FIFA Club of the Century poll in 2000. In a survey published by the Argentine Football Association in 2016, 6 out of 11 players of the all-time greatest Argentina national team had played for River Plate.

River have a fierce rivalry with Boca Juniors. Matches between them are known as Superclásico, and the rivalry is among the most heated in the sport, due to the fixture's global popularity and both clubs having the most fans in Argentina. Notable players who have played for River include José Manuel Moreno, Adolfo Pedernera, Ángel Labruna, Amadeo Carrizo, Alfredo Di Stéfano, Omar Sívori, Daniel Passarella, Enzo Francescoli, Hernán Crespo, Javier Mascherano and Gonzalo Higuaín.

History

River Plate team that promoted to Primera División in 1908

According with the club's official history, River Plate was founded on 25 May 1901, close to the La Boca neighborhood (later the home of fierce rivals Boca Juniors). They were formed from the merger of two clubs, "Santa Rosa" and "La Rosales", with Leopoldo Bard elected as the first president. The name River Plate was chosen because of an incident during the construction of Buenos Aires Port: one of the members had seen how the workers of Dique nº 3 left their duties for a while to play a football match. The boxes they were working with just said "The River Plate" (the name the English gave to the Río de la Plata) and that inscription was taken to name the new club.

River Plate affiliated to the Argentine Football Association in 1905, debuting in the third division against Facultad de Medicina. On 13 December 1908, the team was promoted to first division after beating Racing Club 2–1. However, the match was declared null due to River supporters jumping onto the field to celebrate with the players, so a new match had to be played. River again won, this time 7–0, to achieve promotion.

In 1914 River won its first domestic championship, the Copa de Competencia Jockey Club and its first international title, the Copa de Competencia Chevallier Boutell. The nickname Los Millonarios came after the acquisition of winger Carlos Peucelle in 1931 for $10,000 and Bernabé Ferreyra for $35,000 (Large sum of money for the period) in 1932.

In the following years, River Plate consolidated its place as one of the most popular teams of Argentina, and the 20th century brought much success. The club's record of 28 official tournaments saw them dubbed El Campeón del Siglo (The Champions of the Century).


River Plate is one of the most successful and popular soccer teams in Argentina. Based in Buenos Aires, the team was founded in 1901 and has a rich history of success in both domestic and international competitions.

Known for their passionate fan base and iconic red and white striped jerseys, River Plate has won numerous league titles, Copa Libertadores championships, and other prestigious trophies throughout their storied history.

The team plays their home matches at the iconic Estadio Monumental, which has a capacity of over 60,000 spectators. River Plate has produced some of the greatest players in Argentine soccer history, including legends like Alfredo Di Stefano, Enzo Francescoli, and Ariel Ortega.

With a tradition of attacking, attractive soccer, River Plate is known for their skilled players, dynamic style of play, and fierce rivalry with fellow Buenos Aires club Boca Juniors. The team's success and passionate fan base have made them one of the most beloved and respected clubs in Argentine soccer.