Copa Libertadores Semi-Final Matches in Buenos Aires

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Don't miss the opportunity to experience the Copa Libertadores in one of its final stages. Enjoy the true passion of Argentine football. We start by picking you up at a meeting point near the downtown hotels. Once we arrive at the stadium we accompanied you to your location. At the end of the game we take you back to your hotel.
The Copa Libertadores de America (in Portuguese: Copa Libertadores da America), officially called Copa Conmebol Libertadores, and known simply as Copa Libertadores, is an annual international soccer tournament organized by Conmebol, created in 1960 under the name of Champions Cup of America (in Portuguese: Copa dos Campeões da América). In 1965 the tournament adopted the name Libertadores in honor of the leaders of the Spanish-American and Brazilian wars of independence in South America.It is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious competition at the level of football clubs in South America. The tournament has had different formats since its creation. At the beginning, only the champions of the South American leagues participated. In 1966, the runners-up of the South American leagues began to participate In 1998, the teams from Mexico were invited to compete, and they competed regularly from 2000 to 2017, when they withdrew from the tournament because achieve adjust to the new calendar. In the year 2000 the tournament expanded its quotas from 20 to 32 for the teams classified in the national leagues. Book the possibility to witness one or both of the following matches:October 23, 2018 - River Plate vs Cruzeiro This game is the final that River Plate couldn't play last year for being eliminated against Lanus in an incredible match. It adds to this encounter an extra adrenaline. October 24, 2018 - Boca Juniors vs Palmeiras Boca Juniors has the obligation to win the Copa Libertadores this year, since it has not won for more than 10 years and is preparing for this to be its year. Palmiras is the strongest team in Brazil, won all their away matches and wants to reach the final. If the two Argentine teams win, it will be the grand final expected since the beginning of Argentine football! The final Copa Libertadores match will be played in November.

What’s included

  • Pick up and drop off
  • Tickets
  • Entrance fees

What’s not included

  • Gratitudes
  • Foods
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