Is there only one superclassic?
Many think that the Argentine superclassic is the River-Boca. While we can’t take weight from that event, the truth is that Argentines have many classics. Among so many traditions, it is difficult to rank them. But we are certain of one thing: the superclassic has other colors. In Cordoba territory the strongest of all is blue against blue albiazul. The Cordovan superclassic par excellence is the one that faces Club Atlético Belgrano de Córdoba against Club Atlético Talleres. Translated into the language of passion: the Cordovan Pirate against La T .
The Cordovan superclassic was born in 1914 and to the present day does not stop adding followers. There are more and more streets that look like some painting that alludes to the teams. “22 x T” and “Pirate Cordobés” are the legends most found in the murals of the city. In Cordoba the love of the shirt has the form of intervention. The posts, walls and cords of the city are of the colors of these pictures. The passion that houses the grounds of Barrio Jardín and Alberdi spread from its original neighborhoods to dye all the province of celestial and albiazul respectively.
The Cordovan superclassic was bringing together fans of football and fans who are part of the football team. Neither Francisco Cabasés Stadium nor Julio César Villagra Stadium entered so many hearts of passion. Despite making repairs, the grandstands were still small. That made the Boutique and the Alberdi Giant couldn’t get enough. Today the Cordovan superclassic takes place at the Mario Alberto Kempes Stadium, which has a capacity of 57,000 spectators. The superclassic is the most popular event among all those held relatively frequently at the Chateau.
With inflated or without inflated, from locals or visitors, in the round and back matches, the super classic Cordoba is a party.
Argentina, nacida en Córdoba. Investigadora en el área de lingüística. En formación constante sobre las Letras y sobre la vida, gracias a la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Mis experiencias en viajes me llevaron a aprender cada vez más idiomas y querer conocer diversas culturas desde adentro. Pienso en la escritura como una herramienta para transformar el mundo y volverlo un espacio justo y equilibrado.
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