Argentina Torneo A 10/01 20:00 33 Sportivo Belgrano vs CA Douglas Haig - View
Argentina Torneo A 10/08 20:00 34 Union Sunchales vs Sportivo Belgrano - View
Argentina Torneo A 10/29 18:00 36 Sportivo Belgrano vs Defensores de Belgrano VR - View


Argentina Torneo A 09/24 19:00 32 [9] Gimnasia C. Uruguay v Sportivo Belgrano [3] L 2-1
Argentina Torneo A 09/18 23:30 31 [3] Sportivo Belgrano v Independiente Chivilcoy [2] W 1-0
Argentina Torneo A 09/13 23:00 30 [4] Sportivo Las Parejas v Sportivo Belgrano [3] D 1-1
Argentina Torneo A 09/08 23:30 29 [4] Sportivo Belgrano v Club Atlético El Linqueño [5] W 4-0
Argentina Torneo A 09/03 19:00 28 [7] Defensores Pronunciamiento v Sportivo Belgrano [4] L 2-0
Argentina Torneo A 08/27 19:00 27 [9] Defensores de Belgrano VR v Sportivo Belgrano [4] L 3-2
Argentina Torneo A 08/06 22:00 25 [4] Sportivo Belgrano v Union Sunchales [6] W 1-0
Argentina Torneo A 08/02 23:00 24 [1] CA Douglas Haig v Sportivo Belgrano [4] L 1-0
Argentina Torneo A 07/28 23:35 23 [4] Sportivo Belgrano v Gimnasia C. Uruguay [9] W 2-0
Argentina Torneo A 07/23 18:30 22 [2] Independiente Chivilcoy v Sportivo Belgrano [4] L 1-0
Argentina Torneo A 07/16 22:00 21 [4] Sportivo Belgrano v Sportivo Las Parejas [3] L 1-2
Argentina Torneo A 07/08 18:00 20 [6] Club Atlético El Linqueño v Sportivo Belgrano [3] D 1-1


Matches played 34 16 18
Wins 15 11 4
Draws 6 1 5
Losses 13 4 9
Goals for 43 24 19
Goals against 36 9 27
Clean sheets 13 10 3
Failed to score 7 2 5

Wikipedia - Sportivo Belgrano

Sportivo Belgrano is an Argentine football club, which home town is located in San Francisco, Córdoba. The team currently plays in the Primera B Nacional, the second division of the Argentine football league system.


On 15 April 1914, a group of young people decided to establish a social club in the city of San Francisco, Córdoba. The name was chosen as a tribute to Manuel Belgrano, the creator of the flag of Argentina.[]

In 2008, during a match against Mendocino team Deportivo Maipú, several Belgrano players and their coach Cristian Domizzi attacked referee Héctor Sosa. A disciplinary panel deducted 9 points from the club, costing them the chance of promotion. The verdict also banned Sperdutti from management for one year and several Belgrano players were suspended for 30 games. In addition, the disciplinary panel set a number of restrictions on the stadium, which included 3 home games of the 2008/09 season being played behind closed doors and five more games with limited tickets for sale.[]

In June 2013, the club secured promotion to play at Primera B Nacional after a 1–1 tie against Deportivo Santamarina at the playoff's second time (the first had ended 0–0).

Sportivo Belgrano is a professional soccer team based in San Francisco, Argentina. The team was founded in 1914 and has a rich history of success in the Argentine soccer league. The team's colors are green and white, and they play their home games at the Estadio Oscar C. Boero, which has a capacity of 12,000 spectators.

Sportivo Belgrano has a strong fan base and is known for its passionate supporters who create a lively atmosphere at their home games. The team has a reputation for playing an attacking style of soccer, with a focus on possession and quick passing.

Over the years, Sportivo Belgrano has won several titles, including the Torneo Argentino A in 2011 and the Copa Argentina in 2012. The team has also had success in international competitions, reaching the quarter-finals of the Copa Sudamericana in 2013.

The current squad is made up of talented players from Argentina and other countries, including Uruguay, Paraguay, and Colombia. The team is led by head coach Ariel Giaccone, who has a wealth of experience in Argentine soccer.

Overall, Sportivo Belgrano is a respected and competitive team in the Argentine soccer league, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.