The tour will give you an authentic taste of the deep relation to soccer that the Argentines have. The tour will take you to the museums of Argentino Juniors and Boca Juniors, which are two of Argentina’s oldest clubs. You will walk through the sands of time and discover the origin of the jersey and the whole evolution of the club in the process. The tour will present to you the essence of the origin and evolution of the club through time.
On this tour you will learn about the life of one of the most popular characters in the world of football, Diego Armando Maradona.
You will visit the most significant places for his personal and professional life to get to meet the man who became a myth. The tour includes a visit to the museums of Argentino Juniors and Boca Juniors, the two Argentine soccer clubs where the idol played and made great achievements.
Maradona won major sporting achievements both with the Argentinian team and with some of the clubs where he played nationally and internationally. He led the Argentina team that took victory in the 1986 World Cup, making him a national hero.
He was also runner-up in 1990 and champion of the Youth World Cup in 1979. His most important achievements at club level were playing for Napoli in Italy, where he won a UEFA Cup and the only two Serie A titles held by the institution.
The meeting point in our offices will begin this fascinating story.
First, we visit the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, where he married his first wife. Then we depart to Argentinos Jrs, club that saw him grow and where he first played as a professional football player. Here we will visit the stadium where he got his first achievements and the Museum that still retains his trophies and awards.
Then we leave to the club he loves, the Bombonera, the stadium of Boca Jrs. formally known as Alberto J Armando Stadium. Here is where the maximum exponent of Argentine football spent most of his career.
Inside the stadium we will visit the preferential seats, the popular sector, local locker rooms
and finish in a stand where we will see the private box of Diego Maradona.
At the Museum of the Boquense Passion every visitor is offered a unique opportunity to relive the rich history of over 100 years of the Club who accompanied our character.
In addition to the story related to Maradona, we will know about the most famous players who played in the club, know the history and evolution of the jersey and go to the trophy room. We will also see a film that recreates firsthand what it is like to play at the club.
The visit will end at the same meeting point.