Club Atlético Huracán Tryouts

Club Atlético Huracán is an Argentine sports club from the Parque Patricios neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. The club competes in the Argentine Primera División, the top flight of Argentine football.

Club Atlético Huracán Youth Development System

A cornerstone of the lower divisions of Club Atlético Huracán, in our house La Quemita we have been able to train great soccer players for years to nurture the divisions of AFA.

We currently compete with 3 strips in the Metropolitan League and 2 strips in the Buenos Aires League.

In -LaLiga- players such as:

  • Cristian Espinoza (Boca Jrs, Valladolid, Alavés)
  • Daniel Osvaldo (Roma, Inter Milan, Spanish from Barcelona, ​​Juventus, Italian National Team, etc)
  • Kaku Romero Gamarra (U20 National Team, New York Red Bull’s)
  • Tiago Casasola (Boca Jrs, Fulham, Rome)
  • Mauro Milano

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To take part you must fill out the form at: and choose the date. (Link may or may not work depending if trials are available)

Club Atlético Huracán Baby Football

Monday2:30 pm to 9:30 pmMicro-stadium Farid Mohamed – Urquiza 2247
Tuesday2:30 pm to 9:30 pmMicro-stadium Farid Mohamed – Urquiza 2247
Wednesday2:30 pm to 9:30 pmMicro-stadium Farid Mohamed – Urquiza 2247
Thursday2:30 pm to 9:30 pmMicro-stadium Farid Mohamed – Urquiza 2247
Friday15:30 to 21:30Micro-stadium Farid Mohamed – Urquiza 2247

For more information on prices and categories, contact the Members’ Office at (011) 4911-9313 or [email protected], Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Club Atlético Huracán History

On November 1st, 1908, Huracán was established in the Nueva Pompeya neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The neighborhood was named after the city’s first president. Both the name of the club and its nickname, “Balloon” (which literally translates to “Balloon”) derive from the “Hurricane” balloon that was flown by Jorge Newbery in 1909. Due to the fact that the stadium was formerly used for burning garbage, its fans are known as “los Quemeros,” which literally translates to “the Burners.”

Since the company’s founding, Huracán has amassed a total of thirteen victories within Argentina, including five titles in the Primera División and, most recently, the Supercopa Argentina in 2014. In addition to these accomplishments, the club has finished in second place in the premier division a total of seven times (the last one in the 2009 Clausura). Huracán’s historical opponent is San Lorenzo de Almagro.


The Estadio Tomás A. Duco is a stadium in Argentina that can be found in the Parque Patricios area of Buenos Aires. It was named after a former Argentine president. With a seating capacity of 48,314, the stadium serves as the primary venue for matches played by Club Atlético Huracán.

The stadium was named after lieutenant colonel Tomás Adolfo Ducó, who served as president of Club huracán during three different time periods (1938–45, 1949, and 1952–54). He is regarded as the most notable chairman in the history of the institution, and he was also the promoter of the stadium’s reconstruction in the 1940s. The stadium was inaugurated in 1924 and underwent a complete renovation in 1949.