Key facts

Club: Argentinos Juniors | Opening: 1940 | Capacity: 24,800 seats

History and description

Estadio Diego Armando Maradona, then still called Estadio Argentinos Juniors, officially opened on the 27th of April 1940.

The stadium got extensively redeveloped in 2003 and at the same time got renamed in honour of Maradona, who had started his career at the club.

Getting there

Estadio Diego Armando Maradona is located toward the west of the city of Buenos Aires, about 9 kilometres from the city centre (Microcentro) and 5 kilometres south-west from nightlife area Palermo.

One can get to the stadium with bus (colectivo) 146. Take the bus from the Av. Diagonal in Microcentro or from Sarmiento street west of Avenida 9 de Julio. Get off at the Av. San Martín corner Miguel Angel. The journey takes about an hour.

An alternative is colectivo 109, which can be taken from Avenida Cordoba. Get off at Gavilan corner Alvarez Jonte. The journey takes over an hour, and it will likely be quicker to take the 109 from metro station Angel Gallardo (line B).

From the Recoleta and Palermo areas one can take colectivo 110. Take it from Av. Las Heras or Av. Scalabrini Cortiz. Get off at Margariños Cervantes corner Gavilan.

Address: Gavilán 2151, Ciudad de Buenos Aires


Tickets for Argentinos Juniors games can generally be bought at the ticket windows (boleterías) of the stadium on the day before the match and on the day of the match.

Tickets prices start at AR$60.00 for the terraces behind the goal. Seats for the long sides cost either AR$150.00 or AR$180.00.

Stadium tours

Estadio Diego Armando Maradona houses the Argentinos Juniors museum. The museum opens on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The club offers guided tours around the stadium on Saturdays between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. Tours are also possible as part of a special package including attending a match.

For more information email or call +54 4586 0620. The museum + tour cost AR$ 20.00.


Relevant Internet links – Official website of Argentinos Juniors. – Official website of the city of Buenos Aires. – Public transport journey planner.