Diese Seite enthält eine komplette Übersicht aller absolvierten und bereits terminierten Spiele sowie die Saisonbilanz des Vereins River Plate in der Saison . Der Club Atlético River Plate, im deutschsprachigen Raum allgemein bekannt als River Plate, ist ein gegründeter argentinischer Fußballverein der Primera. Dez. Der viel beachtete "Superclasico" zwischen River Plate und Boca Juniors hat gehalten, was er versprochen hat. Es war ein dramatisches und.
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This emblem showed the figure of a lion wearing a River jersey rising from the Monumental stadium. In , when Santilli left the club so the lion went with him and has not been reestablished since.
Due to the red band in their shirt, it is also common to refer to River as El Equipo de la Banda the team with the band or simply La Banda which means "the stripe", but can also mean "the band" -both as in "gang" and "musical group".
With a capacity of 65,, it was inaugurated on 25 May The Argentina national football team usually plays its home games at the stadium. Since its establishment in , River Plate stadiums has been: In a research from a European sport marketing agency about the football teams with more members in the world, River Plate is in the sixth position, with , members, the highest in the Americas.
The ranking is led by Barcelona of Spain and Benfica of Portugal. It was made entirely by fans who carried the 7, meters flag along the streets of Buenos Aires.
The away jersey of the season was the most sold throughout the world during the month of September , an achievement that had not reached any Argentine team.
The number of River Plate supporters who traveled to Japan during that period were between 15, and 20,   , a record in the competition .
Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Carlos Peucelle was a notable forward , playing 10 years for River Plate.
Amadeo Carrizo , whose style revolutioned the goalkeeper position. Oscar Mas is the all-time 2nd. Daniel Onega holds the record for the most goals scored in a single season of Copa Libertadores.
Reinaldo Merlo played his entire career in River Plate. Daniel Passarella was player, manager and president of River Plate.
Norberto Alonso , one of the most iconic players of River Plate. Enzo Francescoli won 7 titles during his 2 tenures on River Plate.
The most successful all-time manager is Marcelo Gallardo , the current manager since , with nine titles overall. Domestic honours include two Copa Argentina —16 , —17 and one Supercopa Argentina He has been especially successful in the international scene, having won two Copa Libertadores , , one Copa Sudamericana , two Recopa Sudamericana , , and one Suruga Bank Championship Several of these championship wins included memorable victories against archrivals Boca Juniors.
Under his coaching the club also won the —86 Argentine championship , totalizing three titles with River Plate. In , the squad nicknamed Las Vikingas won its first Metropolitano championship after beating Ciudad de Buenos Aires by at the final.
The basketball team currently plays in the amateur Buenos Aires league. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For recent transfers, see List of Argentine football transfers winter — Retrieved 25 January Retrieved 20 August Archived from the original on 12 January Retrieved 23 March Retrieved 9 December Archived from the original on 18 November Retrieved 13 August San Lorenzo y River, campeones!
River won the final match by 4—2. Retrieved 26 April Estadio Alvear y Tagle Monumental. Calendar-year —, —16 Metropolitano and Nacional —85 European style —90, —present Apertura and Clausura — Inicial and Final — Argentine football national cups.
Copa Argentina Supercopa Argentina. During the period before and at the immediate time of the battle, Cumberland commanded by Captain Walter Herman Gordon Fallowfield was refitting in the Falkland Islands but was available for sea at short notice.
Olynthus was also directed to keep observation between Medanos and Cape San Antonio , off Argentina south of the River Plate estuary see chart below.
Following a raider-warning radio message from the merchantman Doric Star , which was sunk by Admiral Graf Spee off South Africa, Harwood suspected that the raider would try to strike next at the merchant shipping off the River Plate estuary between Uruguay and Argentina.
Harwood chose this position, according to his despatch, because of its being the most congested part of the shipping routes in the South Atlantic, and therefore the point where a raider could do the most damage to enemy shipping.
The three available cruisers of Force G rendezvoused off the estuary on 12 December and conducted manoeuvres.
The British combat instructions for engaging a pocket battleship with a cruiser squadron which had been devised by Harwood during his period at the Royal Naval War College between and specified an attack at once, day or night.
If during the day, the ships would attack as two units, in this case with Exeter separate from Ajax and Achilles. If at night, the ships would remain in company, but in open order.
Although outgunned by Admiral Graf Spee and therefore at a tactical disadvantage, the British did have the upper hand strategically since any raider returning to Germany would have to run the blockade of the North Sea and might reasonably be expected to encounter the Home Fleet.
For victory, the British only had to damage the raider enough so that she was either unable to make the journey or unable to fight a subsequent battle with the Home Fleet by contrast the Germans would have to destroy the British force without being severely damaged.
The British could therefore afford to risk a tactical defeat if it brought strategic victory. On 13 December at She swung out of line and at He decided to engage, despite having received a broadly accurate report from the German naval staff on 4 December, outlining British activity in the River Plate area.
This report included information that Ajax , Achilles , Cumberland and Exeter were patrolling the South American coast. Langsdorff realised too late that he was facing three cruisers.
The British executed their battle plan: Exeter opened fire at Open fire at her! But the name of the enemy ship was of course the Graf Spee ". Three minutes later, Exeter suffered a direct hit on her "B" turret, putting it and its two guns out of action.
Communications from the aft conning position were also destroyed; the ship had to be steered via a chain of messengers for the rest of the battle.
Shortly after, Exeter fired two torpedoes from her starboard tubes but both missed. One hit "A" turret and put it out of action, the other entered the hull and started fires.
At this point, nearly one hour after the battle started, Admiral Graf Spee was doomed; she could not make fuel system repairs of this complexity under fire.
Two-thirds of her anti-aircraft guns were knocked out, as well as one of her secondary turrets. There were no friendly naval bases within reach, nor were any reinforcements available.
She was not seaworthy and could make only the neutral port of Montevideo. Admiral Graf Spee hauled round from an easterly course, now behind Ajax and Achilles , towards the north-west and laid smoke.
This course brought Langsdorff roughly parallel to Exeter. Nevertheless, she still steamed at full speed and fired with her one remaining turret.
Captain Bell was forced to break off the action. This would have been the opportunity to finish off Exeter. Twenty minutes later, Ajax and Achilles turned to starboard to bring all their guns to bear, causing Admiral Graf Spee to turn away and lay a smoke screen.
Ajax turned to starboard at Harwood decided to shadow Admiral Graf Spee and try to attack at night, when he could attack with torpedoes and better use his advantages of speed and manoeuvrability, while minimising his deficiencies in armour.
The battle now turned into a pursuit. Captain Parry of Achilles wrote afterwards: Admiral Graf Spee turned and fired two three-gun salvoes with her fore guns.
Achilles turned away under a smoke screen. According to Pope, at Ajax did not reply but a little later the British flagship closed with SS Shakespeare with its lifeboats still hoisted and men still on board.
Admiral Graf Spee had fired a gun and ordered them to stop but when they did not obey orders to leave the ship, Langsdorff decided to continue on his way and Shakespeare had a lucky escape.
The shadowing continued for the rest of the day until Since the estuary had sandbanks , Harwood ordered the Achilles to shadow the Graf Spee while Ajax would cover any attempt to double back through a different channel.
The sun set at Achilles had again closed the range and Admiral Graf Spee opened fire, forcing Achilles to turn away. During the battle, a total of men had been killed on both sides, including 36 on Admiral Graf Spee.
Admiral Graf Spee entered Montevideo in neutral Uruguay, dropping anchor at about This was a political error, since Uruguay, while neutral, had benefited from significant British influence during its development and it favoured the Allies.
The British Hospital , for example where the wounded from the battle were taken , was the leading hospital in the city. In Montevideo, the 13th Hague Convention came into play.
Under Article 12, " Also relevant was Article 16, of which part reads, "A belligerent war-ship may not leave a neutral port or roadstead until twenty-four hours after the departure of a merchant ship flying the flag of its adversary.
The Germans released 61 captive British merchant seamen who had been on board in accordance with their obligations. Langsdorff then asked the Uruguayan government for two weeks to make repairs.
After consultation with London, which was aware that there were no significant British naval forces in the area, Millington-Drake continued to demand openly that Graf Spee leave.
At the same time, the British secretly arranged for British and French merchant ships to steam from Montevideo at intervals of 24 hours, whether they had originally intended to do so or not, thus invoking Article This kept Graf Spee in port and allowed more time for British forces to reach the area.
The older and larger Cumberland was more powerful than Exeter , with an additional aft turret containing two more 8" guns, but was no match on paper for Admiral Graf Spee whose guns had significantly longer range and fired much heavier shells lb against lb.
Overwhelming British forces HMS Renown , Ark Royal , Shropshire , Dorsetshire , and Neptune were en route , but would not assemble until 19 December, although they could intercept earlier if Graf Spee headed north or north east from Montevideo shadowed by Cumberland and her smaller consorts.
For the time being, the total force comprised the undamaged Cumberland with a full ammunition load, and the damaged Ajax and Achilles with depleted stocks of shells.
To reinforce the propaganda effect, these ships — which were waiting just outside the three-mile limit — were ordered to make smoke, which could be clearly seen from the Montevideo waterfront.
The Germans were entirely deceived, and expected to face a far superior force on leaving the River Plate.
While the ship was prevented from leaving the harbour, Captain Langsdorff consulted with his command in Germany.
He received orders that permitted some options, but not internment in Uruguay. The Germans feared that Uruguay could be persuaded to join the Allied cause.
Ultimately, he chose to scuttle his ship in the River Plate estuary on 17 December, to avoid unnecessary loss of life for no particular military advantage, a decision that is said [ by whom?