Racing Club de Avellaneda Tryouts

Racing Club de Avellaneda, also known simply as Racing, is an Argentine professional sports club based in Avellaneda, a city of Buenos Aires Province. The club competes in the Argentine Primera División, the top flight of Argentine football.

Racing Club Youth Development System

Racing Club Academy

Racing Club has a large academy structure with many teams that include:

Racing Club Sports Internship

Racing Club sports internships are designed for  foreign amateur players from 12 to 17 years old who want to live an elite sports experience in one of the most prestigious clubs in Argentina in talent training.

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Racing Club Trials | Recruitment

BUENOS AIRES: Tita Mattiussi Estate (Pythagoras and Spurr, Avellaneda). Players must be present with the corresponding complete medical certificate (found here). * FOR THE MOMENT DUE TO COVID, THE TESTS OF PLAYERS ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE *

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Racing Club History

Racing has won the Primera División an incredible 18 times (with a record of seven consecutive championships between 1913 and 1919, five of which were won undefeated), in addition to winning 13 National cups including five Copa Ibarguren, four Copa de Honor Municipalidad de Buenos Aires, and one Copa Beccar Varela. Racing also holds the record for the most consecutive championships won in a single era with seven consecutive titles between 1913 and 1919. Because of these accomplishments, the squad was given the nickname “La Academia,” which translates to “The Academy of Football.” This term is still used today to refer to the club and its fans.

The club has been victorious on the international stage seven times, with three of their victories coming in competitions organized by CONMEBOL and other international organisations.

These accomplishments include winning the Copa Libertadores once, the Intercontinental Cup once, and the inaugural Supercopa Sudamericana competition. In addition, Racing won contests hosted by the AFA and the AUF, including the Supercopa Interamericana, the Copa Aldao, and the Copa de Honor Cousenier. These games were contested against the Uruguayan champions.


The Estadio Juan Domingo Perón, often known as Larry Cove, is a football stadium that can be found in the Avellaneda neighborhood of Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina. The stadium was named after Juan Domingo Perón. The venue that serves as Racing Club’s primary home field is the stadium.

German engineers, many of whom had previous experience working on the rebuilding of cities after they were damaged in World War II, were responsible for the design of the stadium. It is the second largest stadium in Argentina, behind Estadio Monumental, with a capacity of 61,000 spectators and is the second largest stadium in Argentina.