Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Ciudad de Buenos Aires



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Ascenso Game


Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Ciudad de Buenos Aires



Bilingual Guide


The Ascenso is the name given to the lower division leagues, those that lack what Primera clubs have, but don't want it either. You'll find the most genuine and passionate experiences, as real as it gets. Small stadiums, rusty wire fences, friends sharing an afternoon together, supporters that know how to stand by their team, no matter what. Make sure to ask about an Ascenso game and we'll give you details and arrange a game that shows how football is lived in Argentina.

Where we'll meet - Our group will meet in Palermo or downtown. Your bilingual guides will explain the context of Argentine football, the day’s game and the club's history. More importantly, they’ll let you know exactly what you need to do and be aware of to make it a great football match-day experience.

The Build-Up - We'll do the previa (pre-match) at the streets near the stadium, trying to grab a choripán and a couple of beers. We'll mingle with other fans and learn their traditions, especially how to do the correct wrist-flick for our agite and how to prepare a Fernet&Coca viajero. Your guide will accompany you in reduced groups (6-8 pax) to the correct entrance gate, through the squeeze of security controls and police checkpoints, and finally into the ground.

The Match - Through the turnstiles and up the stairs. Ascenso stadiums will allow you to be so close to the pitch that you will feel like you are playing the game yourself. You will have good visibility of the game, and at the same time be close to the barrabravas so you can feel the support and perhaps learn a few songs.

The Come-Down - The game is over but memories are forever. You’ll head back to the city by bus/train or taxi with your guide, making sure you get back home safely.


  • Beer/soft drink, and a burger/choripan 🍺🍔

  • Match Ticket  🎟

  • Experience Bilingual Guide - to translate, answer your questions and keep everyone safe 😀

This experience includes public transportation.

What you need

  • National Photo ID (not a copy/screenshot)
  • Very casual clothing and comfortable footwear for walking/standing (dress-down!)
  • Coats/jackets for the cold/rain
  • You can bring your phone to take pictures
  • Leave your valuables at home and travel light - no handbags, make-up, power banks, water bottles, lighters, umbrellas… these will be confiscated
  • Some cash if you want to buy something extra as credit cards are not often accepted
  • Your psyched-up self, it will be intense!

Important to know

  • For some clubs, tickets are very hard to come by and are available exclusively to members, to sponsors, or can only be found through various levels of re-sale. For others, tickets are available but can only be bought in-person, with local ID/bank cards, or through various other inventive ways of wasting your time. We will make sure to find tickets for you and guarantee their authenticity.
  • The access to the stadium is filled with different controls and security checks in which police and fans get mixed up, sometimes creating tension. Our expert guides have navigated these sites dozens of times, know the ins and outs, and can anticipate and handle these situations so you don’t have to.
  • Many football fans in Argentina are not used to seeing tourists and barely speak English. In a way, this is what makes our experience truly authentic, and we will help with Spanish so no language barriers affect your match-day.
  • Many supporters will appreciate it if you show your support through your clothing, by wearing the club's merchandise like a shirt, beanie, jacket, etc. Dressing with the club colours will be fine, but if you want a jersey make sure to take a look at our store.
  • Football in Argentina is an amazing subculture. Our expert guide will let you know everything you need about the context of the game, the history of the clubs, the traditional pre-game rituals, the meaning of the songs you will hear, the significance of the flags and symbols, and more.
  • The chaos and unpredictability in Argentine football are what makes it uniquely beautiful, and uniquely frustrating. The League often decides fixtures at the last moment, and changes can happen late on also. If this is the case, we will let you know in advance for you to make a decision according to your availability.

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