Club Atl├ętico River Plate

Club Atlético River Plate known as River Plate, is an Argentine professional sports club based in the Núñez neighborhood of Buenos Aires, founded on 25 May 1901, named after the English name for the city's estuary, Río de la Plata. Although many sports are practiced at the club, River Plate is best known for its professional football team, which has won Argentina's Primera División championship a record of 36 times, its latest title the 2014 Final. Domestic achievements include 12 national cups, with the 2018–19 Copa Argentina as the most recent; those achievements place River Plate as the most winning team of domestic competitions with 48 titles won in the top division. In Second Division, the club has won two titles, in 1908 and 2011–12. At international level, River Plate has won 18 titles, with 12 organised by CONMEBOL and other international bodies. River Plate's achievements include four Copa Libertadores, one Intercontinental Cup, one Supercopa Sudamericana, one Copa Sudamericana, three Recopa Sudamericana, one Copa Interamericana and one Suruga Bank Championship.

Furthermore, the club has won six tournaments organized by AFA and AUF together: five Copa Dr. Ricardo Aldao, one Tie Cup. In addition, River Plate's reserve team won the U-20 Copa Libertadores in 2012. River Plate is the first and only team to hold CONMEBOL's four current major international competitions, after winning the 2014 Copa Sudamericana, 2015 Recopa Sudamericana, the 2015 Copa Libertadores, the 2015 Suruga Bank Championship. In a survey published by the Argentine Football Association in 2016, 6 out of 11 players of the all-time Argentina national squad had played for River Plate. In 2000, River Plate had been honored by FIFA as the 9th best club of the century in the world and the best Argentine football club in that ranking. In 2010, the International Federation of Football History and Statistics placed River Plate in the 9th place in a ranking that included the best teams of the world during the 1990s and 2000s. River was the South American club with the best position in the table.

Among other achievements, River Plate is at the top of the list in the All-time Argentine Primera División table, being the Argentine team with most won games, fewest defeated games, most points accumulated, most goals scored, fewest goals against and best goal difference since the first championship held in 1891 and is first in the Historical table of the Copa Libertadores being the South American team with most won games. River has a fierce rivalry with Boca Juniors. Matches between them are known as Superclásico, the two teams' rivalry is amongst the most heated in the sport, due to their local and global popularity. River's home stadium is Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, the largest stadium in the country, it is known as El Monumental, located in the Belgrano district. Apart from football, the club hosts a large variety of sports such as athletics, basque pelota, chess, handball, gymnastics, field hockey, roller hockey, roller skating, taekwondo, volleyball, eSports. River Plate was founded on 25 May 1901, close to the La Boca neighborhood.

The institution was formed after the merger of two clubs, "Santa Rosa" and "La Rosales", with Leopoldo Bard being elected as its first president. The name was chosen because of an incident during the construction of Buenos Aires Port: one of the members had seen how the workers of Dique nº 3 left their duties for a while to play a football match; the boxes they were working with just said "The River Plate" and that inscription was taken to name the new club. River Plate affiliated to the Argentine Football Association in 1905, debuting in the third division against Facultad de Medicina. On 13 December 1908, the team was promoted to first division after beating Racing Club 2–1. However, the match was declared null due to River supporters jumping onto the field to celebrate with the players, so a new match had to be played. River again won to achieve promotion. In 1914 River won its first domestic championship, the Copa de Competencia Jockey Club and its first international title, the Copa de Competencia Chevallier Boutell.

The nickname Los Millonarios came after the acquisition of winger Carlos Peucelle in 1931 for $10,000 and Bernabé Ferreyra for $35,000 in 1932. In the following years, River Plate consolidated its place as one of the most popular teams of Argentina, the 20th century brought much success; the club's record of 28 official tournaments saw. Notes Adidas has been River Plate's uniform supplier since 1982, becoming one of the company's largest sponsorship deals in the world, only behind German club Bayern Munich; the US$60 million partnership with the German sports company signed in 2015 marked the most expensive kit agreement in the history of Argentine football. As in many football shirts and sports in general, the team's jersey has a badge on its front, as a symbol of the institution; when the River Plate jersey was created it did not have a badge, its presence varied throughout the history, according to the designs of each era. It is embroidered on the jersey, with three colors, its format resembles that of the jersey, as it has a red stripe that crosses it, along with the acronym of the club in black, the background is white, in a stylized design.

When Hugo Santilli became chairman in 1984, he soon called to a competition where a new emblem would be chosen. The main objective of this new image was to eradicate the nickname Gallinas (

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