Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/28 20:00 22 [6] Sportivo Barracas v Centro Espanyol [2] L 0-1
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/20 20:00 21 [3] El Porvenir v Sportivo Barracas [5] L 1-0
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/13 18:30 20 Sportivo Barracas v Defensores de Cambaceres L 0-4
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/06 18:30 19 [7] Deportivo Muniz v Sportivo Barracas [3] L 2-0
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 10/30 18:30 18 [5] Sportivo Barracas v CA Lugano [10] W 3-2
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 10/09 18:30 16 [11] Central Ballester v Sportivo Barracas [3] L 1-0
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 10/03 18:30 15 [3] Sportivo Barracas v Club Mercedes [7] D 1-1
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 09/23 18:30 14 [1] Argentino de Rosario v Sportivo Barracas [3] L 2-0
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 09/18 18:30 13 [3] Sportivo Barracas v Juventud Unida San Miguel [9] W 3-1
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 09/10 18:30 12 [11] Deportivo Paraguayo v Sportivo Barracas [3] D 0-0
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 08/21 18:30 11 [2] Centro Espanyol v Sportivo Barracas [3] L 2-1
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 08/06 18:30 10 [3] Sportivo Barracas v El Porvenir [6] W 2-1


Matches played 30 15 15
Wins 11 8 3
Draws 8 4 4
Losses 11 3 8
Goals for 24 18 6
Goals against 28 15 13
Clean sheets 14 7 7
Failed to score 15 5 10

Wikipedia - Sportivo Barracas

Club Sportivo Barracas is an Argentine sports club from Buenos Aires. The institution was born as a rowing club, nevertheless it is mostly known for its football activities nowadays. The team currently plays in Primera D Metropolitana, the fifth division of the Argentine football league system. The club has also a women's football section.

Apart from football, Sportivo Barracas also hosts the practice of futsal, artistic roller skating, and other disciplines.


Riachuelo F.C. (pictured in 1910), predecessor of Sportivo Barracas

The club was founded on October 30, 1913, in its headquarters still located in the barrio of Barracas in Buenos Aires, as "Club Sportivo Barracas", after Riachuelo F.C. merged to it. The club bought the Riachuelo F.C. facilities on Iriarte and Santa Elena streets to play football there. Riachuelo had played its only season in Primera División in 1913, being relegated to División Intermedia after finishing last. Sportivo Barracas took its place in the division.[]

As Sportivo Barracas won the Intermedia championship in 1916, it promoted to Primera División. The team made its debut in the Argentine Primera División in 1917, finishing 5th. The team played in Primera until the league became professional in 1931.

The team that won the Primera División championship in 1932

Sportivo became one of the clubs to make the decision of staying amateur so it remained at the official body, Argentine Association. This decision paid dividends because the following year Sportivo Barracas won the 1932 championship. It remained unaffiliated to Argentine Football Association from 1936 to 1967, never regaining its amateur notability since its return.[]

Following an influx of external financial support, the club moved to play its football matches to Bolivar, Buenos Aires Province, in 2003, changing its name to "Club Sportivo Barracas Bolívar", as well as the shirt colors and crest. However, all other activities of the club remained in Buenos Aires.

In 2010, the club left the city of Bolívar, playing its home games at Acassuso stadium of San Isidro, Buenos Aires. Sportivo Barracas has a major rivalry with Barracas Central, the other team in the Barracas neighbourhood.

In March 2011, the club put the image of former President of Argentina Néstor Kirchner on the jersey as a tribute to him. In May 2012, Sportivo Barracas was disaffiliated for one season after finishing last in the Primera D championship. The vacant place was filled by Puerto Nuevo which returned to the division.[]

In 2015, Sportivo Barracas won the Primera D championship, promoting to the upper level.

Sportivo Barracas is a professional soccer team based in the Barracas neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The team was founded in 1913 and has a rich history in Argentine soccer. They currently play in the Primera C Metropolitana, which is the fourth tier of Argentine soccer.

Sportivo Barracas has a strong fan base and is known for their passionate supporters who create a lively atmosphere at their home games. The team's colors are blue and white, and their logo features a shield with a soccer ball and the letters "SB" in the center.

Over the years, Sportivo Barracas has produced many talented players who have gone on to play for top clubs in Argentina and around the world. The team has also won several titles, including the Primera D Metropolitana in 2015 and the Copa Argentina de Fútbol in 1920.

Overall, Sportivo Barracas is a respected and well-established soccer team in Argentina, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.