Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/10 18:30 12 [16] Yupanqui v Juventud Unida San Miguel [23] W 1-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/06 18:30 11 [25] CA Lugano v Yupanqui [14] L 1-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/30 14:00 10 [10] Yupanqui v Puerto Nuevo [14] D 1-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/27 22:00 9 [16] Central Cordoba Rosario v Yupanqui [19] W 0-3
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/22 18:30 7 [16] Deportivo Muniz v Yupanqui [13] L 2-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/16 18:30 8 [18] Yupanqui v Club Mercedes [10] W 2-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/13 20:00 7 Deportivo Muniz v Yupanqui - PPT.
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/08 20:00 6 [20] Yupanqui v General Lamadrid [2] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/02 22:00 5 [13] CA Ituzaingo v Yupanqui [16] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/24 20:00 4 [15] Yupanqui v El Porvenir [2] L 1-2
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/18 20:00 3 [10] Lujan v Yupanqui [11] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/10 20:00 2 [22] Yupanqui v Sportivo Barracas [25] W 1-0


Matches played 37 19 18
Wins 9 6 3
Draws 9 5 4
Losses 19 8 11
Goals for 26 13 13
Goals against 45 19 26
Clean sheets 13 8 5
Failed to score 19 9 10

Club Social y Deportivo Yupanqui is an Argentine football club that currently plays in the Primera C Metropolitana, the fourth division of the Argentine league system. The club was named by searching for unusual words in the dictionary. Yupanqui was picked up because the meaning of the Quechua word, "the posterity will talk about you".


Yupanqui gained some notoriety in Argentina after a Coca-Cola television advertisement where it was referred to as the club with the least fans in Argentina.

Before the Coca-Cola advertisement, the average number of fans that would show up to each game was between 5 and 7. After the advertisement, about 50 new club members joined. Even after the spike in recognition, the money they made was used for several projects such as restoring bathrooms, build a theater, a chess room, and the soccer team didn't receive any funding, even though they were solely responsible for all the recognition the club had received.

Yupanqui is a professional soccer team based in Argentina. The team was founded in 1917 and has a rich history in Argentine football. The team's colors are blue and white, and they are known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit on the field.

Yupanqui has a strong tradition of developing talented young players and has produced several top-level footballers who have gone on to play for some of the biggest clubs in Argentina and around the world. The team plays their home matches at Estadio Guillermo Laza, located in the city of Buenos Aires.

Yupanqui has a proud record of success in domestic competitions, having won numerous league titles and cup trophies over the years. The team is known for their attacking style of play and their ability to score goals in thrilling fashion.

Overall, Yupanqui is a respected and well-established club in Argentine football, with a loyal fan base and a history of success on the field. They continue to be a competitive force in the country's football landscape and are always a team to watch out for in any competition they participate in.