Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/28 18:30 15 CA Atlas vs Argentino de Rosario - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/04 23:00 16 Real Pilar vs CA Atlas - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/11 23:00 17 CA Atlas vs Deportivo Paraguayo - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/18 23:00 18 JJ Urquiza vs CA Atlas - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/25 23:00 19 CA Atlas vs Yupanqui - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 06/01 23:00 20 Berazategui vs CA Atlas - View


Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/20 18:30 14 [16] Defensores de Cambaceres v CA Atlas [18] D 1-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/10 18:30 12 [11] CA Atlas v Deportivo Espanol [7] L 0-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/05 18:30 11 [20] Centro Espanyol v CA Atlas [7] L 4-2
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/01 18:30 10 [12] CA Atlas v Victoriano Arenas [15] D 1-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/27 18:35 9 [2] Club Leandro N. Alem v CA Atlas [5] L 2-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/22 18:30 7 CA Claypole v CA Atlas - PPT.
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/17 18:30 8 [2] CA Atlas v Central Ballester [13] L 0-2
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/12 20:00 7 CA Claypole v CA Atlas - PPT.
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/08 20:00 6 [5] CA Atlas v Juventud Unida San Miguel [23] W 3-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/03 20:00 5 [24] CA Lugano v CA Atlas [8] W 1-2
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/24 20:00 4 [12] CA Atlas v Puerto Nuevo [10] W 3-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/18 20:00 3 [4] Central Cordoba Rosario v CA Atlas [21] W 2-3


Matches played 37 19 18
Wins 13 9 4
Draws 9 6 3
Losses 15 4 11
Goals for 49 28 21
Goals against 52 18 34
Clean sheets 7 5 2
Failed to score 10 5 5

Wikipedia - Club Atlético Atlas

Club Atlético Atlas is an Argentine football club from the General Rodríguez district in Buenos Aires Province. Atlas currently plays in Primera C, the fourth division of the Argentine football league system.

Atlas made some impact on the media due to the TV documentary "Atlas, la otra pasión", aired in 2006 on Fox Sports, which made the club known outside Argentina.


The club was founded on 17 August 1951 by a group of sportsmen under the name "Club Social y Deportivo Atlas". The team, coached by Ricardo Puga, took part in the Evita children tournaments. In 1965 Atlas affiliated to Argentine Football Association and began to play in the then last division of Argentine football league system, the "Torneo de Aficionados" championship (current Primera D). In 1970 the club changed its name to "Club Atlético Atlas", moving that same year from Colegiales neighborhood in Buenos Aires to the suburb of General Rodríguez, where they had constructed its stadium.

Reputed to be "the worst team in Argentina", the squad was relegated from the last division in 2004, losing its place in the Argentine Football Association's hierarchy of competitive leagues and with it all its players and facilities.

In 2005, being coached by the charismatic Néstor Retamar, Atlas regained its place in the Primera D. One year later, Atlas did not promote, being defeated by Berazategui in the semi-finals of the play-offs and finishing 5th.

in 2008 Retamar left, then returned in 2010. During 2010–11 season, El Marrón proclaimed champion of the Torneo Reducido, defeating Centro Español in the finals, winning 1–0 the first match. Atlas then played the promotion playoffs against Sacachispas, and promoting to Primera C Metropolitana.

On 30 January 2021, the team promoted for the first time after having lost the five previous opportunities winning the reducido final against Deportivo Paraguayo for 2-0.

CA Atlas is a professional soccer team based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Founded in 1904, the team has a rich history and is one of the most successful clubs in Argentine soccer. Known for their passionate fan base and iconic blue and red striped jerseys, CA Atlas has a fierce rivalry with other Buenos Aires teams such as River Plate and Boca Juniors.

The team has won numerous domestic and international titles, including multiple Argentine Primera Division championships and Copa Libertadores titles. They have produced some of the greatest players in Argentine soccer history, such as Diego Maradona and Gabriel Batistuta.

CA Atlas plays their home matches at the Estadio Monumental, a historic stadium that can hold over 60,000 fans. The team is known for their attacking style of play and skilled players who can dazzle fans with their technical abilities.

Overall, CA Atlas is a powerhouse in Argentine soccer and continues to be a dominant force in both domestic and international competitions.