Argentina are one of the most successful teams in football history, not only at Conmebol, but worldwide. How many titles does the Albiceleste have in their team? Here we tell you.
football in Argentina is a very old tradition. Already at the end of the 19th century, the first team tournaments were organized in this country and the first international match of the Albiceleste took place on May 17, 1901 against Uruguayin which the Argentines won 3-2 as visitors in Montevideo.
From there, the Argentine team was able to reap many successes, mainly on its continent, where, with Uruguay they are the big winners of the American Cup. They also won the world Cup on more than one occasion, which few teams have been able to do in history.
Great players have worn the Albiceleste shirt throughout history and that is why it is understood to be such a winning team. Cases like those of Gabriel Batistuta, Hernan Crespo, Sergio Agüero, Angel Di Maria and of course the greatest representatives, Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi; are some of the many great players that Argentina have given away.
List of trophies won by Argentina
For this list, only titles won by the absolute team of Argentina will be taken into account, not those won by the youth teams nor those of the unofficial friendly tournaments. Although Albiceleste is one of the teams with the longest tradition of victories not only in South America but in the whole world, they had to endure an 18-year drought without winning a single title at senior level.
From 1993, when Argentina were crowned champions of the Copa America and the defunct Artemio Franchi Cup, now CONMEBOL-UEFA Cup of Champions, to 2021, there has not been a single international success of their go. Until the last edition of the Copa America broke the curse. And it looks like the boom could continue.
The Albiceleste’s most recent new title is the 2022 Finalissima, in which they beat Italy 3-0 at Wembley Stadium in London. The goals were scored by Ángel Di María, Lautaro Martinez and Paulo Dybala. Could Argentina extend their successful run to Qatar 2022?
|fifa world cup||2 (1978-1986)|
|South American Championship / America’s Cup||15 (1921, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1991, 1993, 2021)|
|Pan American Championship||1 (1960)|
|FIFA Confederations Cup||1 (1992)|
|CONMEBOL–UEFA Champions Cup||2 (1993, 2021)|