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1. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5597 posts) 10y


Does anybody know where I can find a Boca Juniors playing schedule of their home games in La Boca?
And, more importantly, where can I buy tickets and can I buy tickets just showing up at the stadium?

Thanks, Michael.

2. Posted by GregW (Travel Guru 2635 posts) 10y

Here's the schedule: ESPN soccer Boca Juniors 2006 schedule.

Can't help with the ticket purchase. Sorry.

3. Posted by holybinch (Budding Member 35 posts) 10y

I'm also very interested on the topic.

4. Posted by bentivogli (Travel Guru 2398 posts) 10y

Tickets can be bought at the stadium; probably also through

5. Posted by holybinch (Budding Member 35 posts) 10y

Cheers Niels, very helpful, as usual :)

Seems the price for a non-socio is 120AR$ then, but it might be because all other seats have been sold.

If not, River is a lot cheaper, with prices starting at 35AR$.

6. Posted by numero1 (Respected Member 295 posts) 10y

If you book through a group package (the one that comes to mind is GO FOOTBALL) expect to pay gringo prices and get average seats at best.

Best thing to do find some local supporters, ask them where to get good priced tickets and they may show you. Otherwise it's always cheaper to just buy at the ground.

7. Posted by ErwinNL (Full Member 51 posts) 10y

They only sell the tickets on matchday. Check when there is a home game and on that day (mostly a sunday) head to la bonbonera Boca┬┤s stadium.

you will have to go quite early in the morning around 8 or 9 and join the line in front of the ticketwindows (not hard to findsince it will surely longer than a block) If you had a rough night and cant be bothered waiting or showing up early alternatively you can buy them on the street. hang a bit around and pay attention to see who is selling. They only sell 2 tickets a person so if you want to go with 4 go with atleast 2 people.

The best and cheapest tickets are to popular ones that go for 14 pesos. But note that you will be in a part of the stadium where some of the most hardcore supporters of the team will be. Dont flash money, watches, jewels, cameras and such and wear something blue or yellow. You stay cool dont get into trouble nothing will happen to you. One more advice dont go to the exit at the end of the game. If you dont feel comfortable with that go for the less fun and more expencive side tribunes with seats.

8. Posted by ErwinNL (Full Member 51 posts) 10y

one more thing after the game the traffic will surely clough up. and it will be hard to find a taxi to get away. get orrientated before the game so you can walk back to san telmo with out getting lost in la boca. Lot of supporters go walking and there is a lot of police so as long as you know where your heading youll be fine. you can also take bus 29 wich will go uptown and pass plaza dorrego in san telmo.

9. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5597 posts) 10y

Thanks Erwin.

Anyone by any coincidence going to the game on sunday the 17th?

10. Posted by holybinch (Budding Member 35 posts) 10y

Thanks Erwin for the tips, I'll certainly update that post once i know for sure round what date we'll be in BsAs.