I went to a River Plate game here because, well, you have to when in Argentina. It was the craziest thing I've ever seen. The opponent's section was fenced off with barbed wire and policemen with sub machine guns. When the game was over (RP won), the opponent section was allowed to leave first, AND THEN the rest of the stadium once they got their head start. The stands looked like they were alive with fans jumping up and down. It was truly something you don't see in the States.
The best and biggest stadium in Argentina. Home place of River Plate and Argentina National football team.
River Plate Stadium is nice place 2 go :)
If you are here during the football season, definitely go see a game. The River Stadium is in a really safe area, while the Boca Stadium is much sketchier- in either place, be smart and leave you valuables at home. The passion and spirit the argentines have for their teams is unmatched throughout the world, this is an unforgettable experience.
If you are in Buenos Aires, you have to go to this stadium. The biggest thing is to meet him there at the 1978 Championships in Argentina and Argentina. More on the riverside plate are their teams at the Argentine League Championships. You can see the museum on the river plate, but the most interesting experience is going to the football match.
If you are a fun of soccer you should not miss visiting this "Soccer Icon" located at walking distance from the apartment.
Really good if you catch a music show and/or soccer match
Riverbed Stadium witnessed Argentina's first World Cup victory.