Argentina FIFA World Cup 2014
The Argentina national football team is represented by Argentina in Soccer and is guided by the Argentine Football Association in short named as AFA, the main body for football in Argentina. The home stadium of Argentina is Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti with the head Coach Alejandro Sabella.The blue and white Players of the Group of Argentina Started getting achievements holding the highest FIFA rank with the First position in March, 2007 and the lowest ranking holding the 20th place in August, 1996.The History of Argentina depicts the efficient Qualifier and the top scoreras Gabriel Batistuta. Argentina is renowned to have the most opposing team and rivals with the countries namely Brazil, Uruguay, Germany and England because of their former appearances with one another throughout the history of football. The best record possessed by the Group was against Uruguay national football team which was taken place in Montevideo on May 16 in 1901 and Argentina scored 3-2 winning the game. Argentina wears the white and light blue jersey with black and white shorts. Argentina has featured in the four FIFA World Cup. Since 1990 Argentina had not been able to get through quarter-finals. But remarkably Argentina also achieved and was able to win 6 among the fourteen football competitions at the Pan American Games in the respective years 1951, 1955, 1959, 1971, 1995 and 2003.
With the winning against Chile and get Started in the FIFA World Cup, the qualifying agenda of Argentina fell in opposition of Venezuela. The memorable historic deed made by the Captain of the team, Lionel Messi has helped the team to flourish with the many Achievements. He is a owner of many trophy. The goalkeeper of the team is La Pulga who has came out breaking the many records astonishingly and currently desires to achieve successful goals in soccer world cup 2014.The heroes of the team who made the base and must be considered as the stars of Argentina are Daniel Passarella, Diego Maradona, Gabriel Batistuta, Mario Kempes.