Arsenal de Sarandí Tryouts

Arsenal Fútbol Club, usually referred as Arsenal de Sarandí, is an Argentine sports club from the Sarandí district of Avellaneda Partido, Greater Buenos Aires. The club competes in the Argentine Primera División, the top flight of Argentine football.

Arsenal de Sarandí Youth Development System

Arsenal de Sarandí Fútbol Club youth academy teams consist of:

  • Reserve Team
  • Fourth Division
  • Fifth Division
  • Sixth Division
  • Seventh Division
  • Eighth Division
  • Ninth Division

At the time of this writing, there is no further information on academy recruitment or trials. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their news section.


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Arsenal de Sarandí History

The football squad is currently competing in Primera División, which is the highest level of competition available within the Argentine football league system. The Estadio Julio H. Grondona, which is named after one of the founders of the organization and has a capacity of 16,000, is where the team plays their games at home. It first opened its doors in 1964, but it wasn’t until 2004 that it was used in the First Division.

In homage to Avellaneda’s historic sports teams, the colors red and light blue have been adopted as the club’s official colors (Independiente and Racing). The year 2012 was Arsenal’s maiden voyage to the top of Spain’s Primera División. The club’s most prestigious victory up until that point had been the 2007 Copa Sudamericana victory.


Estadio Julio Humberto Grondona, or the Estadio Viaducto, is a multi-use stadium in Sarandí, Argentina. At the moment, the primary activity that takes place there is football, as it serves as the home field for Arsenal de Sarand.

The stadium has seating for 18,300 individuals. Chinchulines, also known as chitterlings, are a well-liked dish in Argentina and may be purchased at the Estadio Julio H. Grondona from a number of different vendors.