Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 11/25 20:00 1 [2] CA San Miguel v Argentino Quilmes [3] L 5-3
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 11/20 20:00 1 [3] Argentino Quilmes v CA San Miguel [2] D 0-0
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 11/11 17:00 2 [3] Argentino Quilmes v Los Andes [5] W 2-0
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 11/04 17:15 2 [5] Los Andes v Argentino Quilmes [3] W 0-1
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 10/29 18:30 3 [3] Argentino Quilmes v Acassuso [9] W 5-4
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 10/16 18:30 3 [9] Acassuso v Argentino Quilmes [3] D 1-1
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 10/09 18:00 17 [12] Argentino Merlo v Argentino Quilmes [3] L 1-0
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 10/01 14:00 16 [3] Argentino Quilmes v Fenix [10] W 2-1
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 09/24 18:30 15 [16] Sacachispas v Argentino Quilmes [3] W 0-3
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 09/18 18:30 14 [2] Argentino Quilmes v CA San Miguel [3] L 0-1
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 09/09 18:30 13 [13] Villa San Carlos v Argentino Quilmes [2] W 1-3
Argentina Primera B Metropolitana 09/02 14:00 12 [4] Argentino Quilmes v CA Colegiales [3] W 2-1


Matches played 38 19 19
Wins 16 9 7
Draws 11 7 4
Losses 11 3 8
Goals for 41 21 20
Goals against 36 14 22
Clean sheets 10 7 3
Failed to score 11 5 6

Wikipedia - Argentino de Quilmes

Club Atlético Argentino de Quilmes, simply known as Argentino de Quilmes, is an Argentine football club from Quilmes, Buenos Aires. The team currently plays in Primera B, the third division of the Argentine football league system.


The club was founded on 1 December 1899 by a group of students of Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires, as a reaction against British hegemony in Quilmes Atlético Club, which did not permit Argentine natives to play.

Unlike Quilmes AC, which honored visiting players with the traditional tea, the recently founded club Argentino de Quilmes offered "mate", a traditional infusion drink very popular in Argentina. That originated the nickname which Argentino would be known for.

The 1938 team that promoted to Primera División in 1938.

In 1902 Argentino affiliated to Argentine Football Association and began participating in the domestic championships, making its debut in Primera División in 1912. The team lasted there until 1918 when it was relegated to the second division.

In 1938 Argentino de Quilmes won the Primera B title after defeating its main rival Quilmes Atlético Club, and therefore promoting to Primera División. Nevertheless, during the 1939 season Argentino made its worst campaign ever, obtaining only 4 points over 34 matches played and finishing in the last position. Argentino conceded 148 goals, scoring only 35, being relegated to the second division.

At the end of the 2005–06 season, Argentino was relegated to Primera D, the fifth division of Argentine football.

Argentino Quilmes is a professional soccer team based in Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The team was founded in 1899 and has a rich history in Argentine soccer. They play their home matches at the Estadio Centenario Dr. José Luis Meiszner, which has a capacity of 30,200 spectators.

The team's colors are green and white, and they are nicknamed "El Mate" (The Mate) after the traditional Argentine drink. Argentino Quilmes has a strong fan base and is known for its passionate supporters who create a lively atmosphere at their home matches.

The team has had a mixed record in recent years, with some seasons seeing them compete at the top of the league, while others have seen them struggle to avoid relegation. However, they have a strong youth academy and have produced several talented players who have gone on to play for top clubs in Argentina and abroad.

Overall, Argentino Quilmes is a respected and well-established team in Argentine soccer, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.