Argentine History (Part 3)

Historical Events

Events 201 - 229 of 229

FIFA World Cup

2014-07-13 FIFA World Cup Final, Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Mario Götze scores an extra time winner as Germany beats Argentina, 1-0

  • 2014-09-27 New Zealand's All Blacks scores 4 tries to beat Argentina, 34-13 in La Plata and claim their 3rd straight Rugby Championship; All Blacks first five eighth Beauden Barrett kicks 6 from 6
  • 2015-07-04 Copa América Final, Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, Santiago: Chile defeats Argentina, 4-1 penalties to win their first title; 0-0 after extra time
  • 2015-08-08 Argentine winger Juan Imhoff scores 3 tries as Pumas beat South Africa, 37-25 in Rugby Championship match at Durban; Argentina's first ever win against Springboks
  • 2015-10-24 Even results in Argentine Presidential Election between Daniel Scioli and Mauricio Macrieven trigger 1st ever Presidential run off 22 Nov
  • 2015-11-22 In Argentine elections Mauricio Macri (PRO) wins a narrow election victory over his left-wing opponent
  • 2015-12-14 Bus plunges off bridge into Balboa River near Argentina city of Rosario de la Frontera, killing 43 frontier police on board
  • 2015-12-26 Floods in Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay displace 150,000, blamed on El Nino
  • 2016-01-15 American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan unveils newest exhibit replica skeleton of a Titanosaur dinosaur (found 2010 Argentina), largest known dinosaur at 70 tons, 37m
  • 2016-06-26 Copa América Final, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ: Defending champions Chile defeat Argentina, 4-2 on penalty kicks; 0–0 after extra time

Olympic Gold

2016-08-14 Great Britain's Andy Murray wins the men's tennis singles gold medal at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics 7–5, 4–6, 6–2, 7–5 over Juan Martín del Potro of Argentina

  • 2017-11-15 Argentine submarine San Juan goes missing in the Atlantic after reporting mechanical failure
  • 2018-05-09 Argentina announces talks with the IMF amid a new financial crisis with interest rates at 40%
  • 2018-06-08 IMF agrees to lend Argentina up to 50 billion dollars
  • 2018-06-25 General Strike in Argentina in response to austerity measures required by an IMF loan

FIFA World Cup

2018-06-30 FIFA World Cup: Kylian Mbappé (19) becomes only 2nd teenager (Pelé 1st 1958) to score twice in a world cup match as France eliminate Argentina 4-3 in Kazan

  • 2018-08-09 Argentina's Senate rejects bill to legalize abortion in first 14 weeks
  • 2018-08-30 Argentina's central bank raises interest rates to 60% in attempt to stabilize the peso
  • 2018-09-03 Argentine President Mauricio Macri announces new austerity measures, including closing half of all government ministries, in televised address
  • 2018-10-06 Australia records the biggest comeback in Rugby Championship history in beating Argentina 45-34 in Salta; Wallabies trial 31-7 at halftime but score 5 second half tries to none to overwhelm Pumas
  • 2018-11-17 Missing Argentine naval submarine ARA San Juan with 44 on board found on sea floor a year after it disappeared off coast of Argentina

Agreement of Interest

2018-12-02 Trade war truce agreed between US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at G-20 meeting in Argentina

  • 2019-01-24 Search for missing Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala is called off after rescuers fail to find aircraft that disappeared from radar over English Channel 3 days earlier; search resumes funded by soccer community donations; wreckage discovered Feb 3

Sports History

2019-02-23 Argentine soccer star Lionel Messi scores the 50th hat-trick of his career as Barcelona beats Sevilla, 4-2 in the Spanish La Liga

  • 2019-05-01 Argentine forward Lionel Messi scores twice for his 600th goal for FC Barcelona in a 3-0 home win over Liverpool in a Champions League semi final
  • 2019-06-16 Massive unprecedented power cut affects all of Argentina, Uruguay and parts of Paraguay
  • 2019-07-02 Total solar eclipse over Chile and Argentina
  • 2019-07-06 Super Rugby Final, Christchurch: Canterbury Crusaders win their 10th title with a 19-3 win over Argentina's Jaguares
  • 2019-08-11 Argentine President Mauricio Macri suffers defeat in preliminary election to Alberto Fernández, prompting 20% fall in the value of the peso

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 201 - 300 of 337

  • 1966-08-01 Horacio de la Peña, Argentinian tennis star and coach, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1966-08-18 Gustavo Charif, Argentine artist, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1966-12-14 Lucrecia Martel, Argentine film director (La Ciénaga), born in Salta, Argentina
  • 1966-12-25 Javier Frana, Argentine tennis player (French Open mixed doubles 1996 [Patricia Tarabini]; Wimbledon doubles 1991 runner-up; 3 x ATP singles titles, 7 doubles), born in Rafaela, Argentina
  • 1967-01-09 Claudio Caniggia, Argentinian footballer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1967-03-06 Julio Bocca, Argentine ballet dancer (American Ballet Theater, 1986-2006; Ballet Argentino, 1990-2007), and artistic director (National Ballet of Uruguay, 2010-18), born in Munro, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1967-10-07 Mariana Perez-Roldan, Argentinan tennis star, born in Tandil, Argentina
  • 1968-08-06 Patricia Tarabini, La Plata Argentina, tennis star (1985 Futures ITA)
  • 1969-02-01 Gabriel Batistuta, Argentine soccer striker (77 caps, 54 goals; Fiorentina), born in Avellaneda, Santa Fe, Argentina
  • 1969-05-20 Alberto Mancini, Argentina, tennis star
  • 1969-09-12 Ángel Cabrera, Argentine golfer (US Open 2007, US Masters 2009), born in Córdoba, Argentina
  • 1969-10-18 Nelson Vivas, Argentine former footballer
  • 1969-10-20 Guillermo Perez-Roldan, Argentine tennis player, born in Tandil, Argentina
  • 1970-01-11 Franco Davin, Argentina, tennis star
  • 1970-04-28 Diego Simeone, Argentine footballer and manager (Atlético Madrid), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Gabriela Sabatini

1970-05-16 Gabriela Sabatini, Argentine tennis player (US Open 1990), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • 1970-09-13 Martín Herrera, Argentine footballer, born in Río Cuarto, Argentina
  • 1971-03-09 Diego Torres, Argentine singer (Un Mundo Diferente), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1971-04-12 Fernando Meligeni, Argentine tennis star, born in São Paulo, Brazil
  • 1971-05-17 Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti, Queen of the Netherlands (2013-present), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1971-06-12 Florencia Labat, Argentine tennis star (1992 Austrian), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1971-10-05 Mauricio Pellegrino, Argentine footballer, born in Córdoba, Argentina
  • 1972-02-17 Valeria Mazza, Argentinian model and businesswoman, born in Rosario, Argentina
  • 1972-03-05 Hernan Gumy, tennis star, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1972-08-19 Roberto Abbondanzieri, Argentine footballer, born in Bouquet, Argentina
  • 1972-10-12 Juan Manuel Silva, Argentine racing driver, born in Resistencia, Chaco, Argentina
  • 1972-12-26 Esteban Fuertes, Argentine footballer, born in Coronel Dorrego Partido, Argentina
  • 1973-02-16 Christian Bassedas, Argentine former footballer
  • 1973-03-10 Mauricio Taricco, Argentine footballer
  • 1973-04-14 Roberto Ayala, Argentine footballer, born in Parana, Argentina
  • 1973-05-04 Guillermo Barros Schelotto, Argentine football forward, born in La Plata, Argentina
  • 1973-05-25 María José Gaidano, Argentine tennis star (1993 Belgium doubles), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1973-07-13 Ariel Silvio Zárate, Argentine footballer
  • 1973-11-07 Martín Palermo, Argentine footballer, born in La Plata, Argentina
  • 1973-12-12 Walter Otta, Argentine footballer (Blooming), born in Río Tercero, Argentina
  • 1974-01-06 Daniel Cordone, Argentine footballer, born in General Rodríguez Partido, Argentina
  • 1974-02-14 Rob Jahrling, Australian rower (Olympics 1996), born in Burruyacú Department, Argentina
  • 1974-03-04 Ariel Ortega, Argentine footballer (Valencia), born in Ledesma, Argentina
  • 1974-03-07 Facundo Sava, Argentine footballer and manager, born in Ituzaingó, Argentina
  • 1974-04-01 Hugo Ibarra, Argentine soccer right back (11 caps; Colón, Boca Juniors), born in El Colorado, Formosa, Argentina
  • 1974-08-04 Kily González, Argentine footballer
  • 1974-08-22 Agustín Pichot, Argentine rugby player, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1974-10-10 Julio Ricardo Cruz, Argentine footballer (Internazionale), born in Santiago del Estero, Argentina
  • 1975-01-20 Norberto Fontana, Argentine racing driver, born in Arrecifes, Argentina
  • 1975-02-23 Natalia Verbeke, Argentine actress, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1975-03-09 Juan Sebastián Verón, Argentine footballer, born in La Plata, Argentina
  • 1975-05-04 Pablo Ruiz, Spanish singer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1975-05-08 Gastón Mazzacane, Argentine racing driver
  • 1975-06-25 Chenoa [María Laura Corradini Falomir], Argentine-Spanish singer (Atrévete), born in Mar del Plata, Argentina
  • 1975-07-05 Hernán Crespo, Argentine soccer striker, coach (Argentina 64 caps, 35 goals; Parma, Chelsea, Banfield), born in Florida Este, Argentina
  • 1975-07-06 Sebastián Rulli, Argentine actor (Rubi), born in Buenos Aires
  • 1975-09-11 Juan Cobián, Argentine footballer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1975-12-21 Paloma Herrera, Argentine ballet dancer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1976-05-05 Juan Pablo Sorín, Argentine footballer (Argentine national team FIFA World Cups), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1976-06-23 Paola Suarez, Argentinian tennis star (1995 Futures-Buenos Aires), born in Pergamino, Argentina
  • 1976-08-29 Pablo Mastroeni, American soccer player, born in Mendoza, Argentina
  • 1976-09-14 Agustín Calleri, Argentine tennis player, born in Río Cuarto, Córdoba, Argentina
  • 1976-10-04 Mauro Camoranesi, Italian soccer winger and manager (55 caps; Juventus), born in Tandil, Argentina
  • 1976-10-07 Santiago Solari, Argentinian footballer, born in Rosario, Argentina
  • 1976-11-03 Guillermo Franco, Mexican soccer striker (25 caps; Villarreal), born in Corrientes, Argentina
  • 1977-03-09 Yamila Diaz, Argentine supermodel, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1977-05-04 Mariano Pernía, Argentine-Spanish footballer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1977-05-20 Leonardo Noeren Franco, Argentine footballer
  • 1977-07-28 Manu Ginóbili, Argentine basketball player, born in Bahía Blanca, Argentina
  • 1977-08-06 Luciano Zavagno, Argentine footballer
  • 1977-08-20 Felipe Contepomi, Argentine rugby player and coach, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1977-08-20 Manuel Contepomi, Argentine rugby player, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1977-11-25 Guillermo Cañas, Argentine tennis player
  • 1978-01-31 Fabián Caballero, Argentine footballer, born in Misiones Province, Argentina
  • 1978-02-28 Mariano Zabaleta, Argentine tennis player, born in Tandil, Argentina
  • 1978-03-23 Walter Samuel, Argentine footballer
  • 1978-04-19 Gabriel Heinze, Argentinian footballer and manager (Vélez Sarsfield), born in Crespo, Argentina
  • 1978-05-09 Leandro Damián Cufré, Argentine footballer
  • 1978-05-16 Lionel Scaloni, Argentine soccer wing-back (7 caps; Deportivo La Coruña, Lazio) and manager (Argentina; Copa América 2021), born in Rosario, Argentina
  • 1978-06-19 Mía Maestro, Argentine actress
  • 1978-06-24 Juan Román Riquelme, Argentine footballer
  • 1978-09-09 Mariano Puerta, Argentine tennis player (World #9 2005; French Open runner-up 2005), born in San Francisco, Argentina
  • 1979-02-26 Mariano Bainotti, Argentine racing driver, born in San Basilio, Argentina
  • 1979-04-16 Sixto Peralta, Argentine footballer, born in Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina
  • 1979-05-18 Julián Speroni, Argentine footballer (Crystal Palace), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1979-06-26 Walter Herrmann, Argentinian basketball player (Olympic 2004 gold), born in Venado Tuerto, Santa Fe, Argentina
  • 1979-08-30 Juan Ignacio Chela, Argentine tennis player, born in Ciudad Evita, Argentina
  • 1979-11-03 Pablo Aimar, Argentine soccer midfielder (52 caps; Valencia, Benfica), born in Río Cuarto, Argentina
  • 1979-11-30 Andrés Nocioni, Argentine basketball player
  • 1980-08-18 Esteban Cambiasso, Argentine footballer, born in San Fernando Partido, Argentina
  • 1980-09-05 Franco Costanzo, Argentinian football goalkeeper, born in Río Cuarto, Argentina
  • 1980-09-07 Gabriel Milito, Argentine soccer defender (42 caps; Independiente, Zaragoza), born in Bernal, Argentina
  • 1980-11-07 Luciana Salazar, Argentine model and actress (Cien días para enamorarse), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1981-01-02 Maxi Rodríguez, soccer midfielder (57 caps; Atlético Madrid, Newell's Old Boys), born in Rosario, Argentina
  • 1981-01-19 Lucho González, Argentine footballer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1981-01-29 Darío Lopilato, Argentine actor, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1981-01-31 Julio Arca, Argentinian football player, born in Quilmes, Argentina
  • 1981-04-12 Nicolás Burdisso, Argentine footballer, born in Altos de Chipión, Córdoba, Argentina
  • 1981-04-15 Andrés D'Alessandro, Argentine football player
  • 1981-05-19 Luciano Figueroa, Argentine footballer
  • 1981-06-29 Nicolás Vuyovich, Argentine racing driver, born in Orán, Province of Salta, Argentina (d. 2005)
  • 1981-07-29 Andrés Madrid, Argentine footballer and manager (Braga), born in Mar del Plata, Argentina
  • 1981-08-18 César Delgado, Argentine footballer, born in Rosario, Argentina
  • 1981-09-09 Julie Gonzalo, Argentinian actress, born in Lanús Oeste, Argentina
  • 1981-12-11 Javier Saviola, Argentine footballer, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Famous Weddings


Famous Deaths