To say that football - soccer - is a passion in Latin America is perhaps one of the world's greatest understatements. This museum, located in the city's stadium, is dedicated to the Estadio Boca Juniors, locally called La Bombonera. Known for one of soccer's greatest rivalries against River Plate, the team has been beloved by the residents of Buenos Aires since their founding in 1905. The two-floor museum includes trophies and team memorabilia from the past century. There is also an auditorium (shaped like a large soccer ball, of course) that provides viewers with a 360° experience of match footage. Need more? Take a tour of the stadium and get a visit into the locker room.
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