|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||11/25 20:00||22|| CA Lugano v El Porvenir ||W||0-1|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||11/20 20:00||21|| El Porvenir v Sportivo Barracas ||W||1-0|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||11/13 18:30||20|| Central Ballester v El Porvenir ||W||0-3|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||11/06 18:30||19|| El Porvenir v Club Mercedes ||D||0-0|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||10/28 18:30||18|| Argentino de Rosario v El Porvenir ||D||2-2|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||10/14 18:30||17|| El Porvenir v Juventud Unida San Miguel ||D||1-1|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||10/08 18:30||16|| Deportivo Paraguayo v El Porvenir ||D||0-0|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||10/01 14:00||15|| El Porvenir v Centro Espanyol ||W||4-3|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||09/15 18:30||13|| Defensores de Cambaceres v El Porvenir ||D||2-2|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||09/09 18:30||12|| El Porvenir v Deportivo Muniz ||L||0-1|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||08/21 18:30||11|| El Porvenir v CA Lugano ||W||3-1|
|Argentina Primera D Metropolitana||08/06 18:30||10|| Sportivo Barracas v El Porvenir ||L||2-1|
|Failed to score||9||3||6|
Club El Porvenir is an Argentine football club, located in the Gerli district of Lanús Partido in Greater Buenos Aires. The team currently plays in Primera C, the regionalised fourth division of the Argentine football league system.
The club was established on 12 September 1915 in Villa Porvenir, Avellaneda Partido, primarily as a Greco-Roman wrestling club. The football team debuted in official tournaments in 1918, playing its home games at the Club "Sígame Si Puede" ("Follow me if You can", in Spanish, current Sportivo Dock Sud).
In 1919 El Porvenir acquired the field where its first stadium would be built, winning the title that allowed the squad to promote to the "intermedia" (second) division, current Primera B, one year later, therefore promoting to the Primera División, the top division of Argentine league system. After its first season in Primera División, El Porvenir finished 5° in the 1921 championship.
Nevertheless, after the 15° fixture of the 1926 season, El Porvenir lost affiliation to the body, along with All Boys, Colegiales, Nueva Chicago, Temperley and Sportivo Barracas. One year later, El Porvenir won the Primera B title and returned to Primera. When football became professional in Argentina in 1931, El Porvenir remained in the official amateur association, making its best performance in 1934 when the squad finished 5° of 23 teams. However, El Porvenir would be relegated again when both associations, the amateur and dissident Liga Argentina de Football merged to form a unique body.
El Porvenir won another title, the Primera C championship, in 1954. The squad achieved another title in 1997–98 when winning the Primera B Metropolitana championship, therefore promoting to Primera B Nacional, the second division of Argentine football.