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Boca Juniors de Cali

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Established
2019 (5 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Pascual Guerrero
(33,130 Capacity)

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Location
Cali, Colombia

Nicknames
La Ciencia Boquense

Competitions
Colombian Categoría Primera B
Copa Colombia

Last Edit
curswine: 15/Mar/21


Upcoming
26/02 Boca Juniors - Barranquilla
03/03 Real Cartage - Boca Juniors
07/03 Boca Juniors - Independient
11/03 Boca Juniors - Leones FC
20/03 Independient - Boca Juniors

Results
20/02 Cúcuta Depo 1 - 0 Boca Juniors
17/02 Boca Juniors 0 - 2 Atlético Hu
10/02 Boca Juniors 1 - 2 Bogotá FC
03/02 Llaneros 2 - 0 Boca Juniors
11/11 Fortaleza CE 2 - 1 Boca Juniors

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Boca Juniors de Cali is a professional football club which represented the city of Cali since its creation in 1937 until its exit from professional football in 1957 and again from 2019 onwards competing in the Categoría Primera B, the second tier of Colombian football. Since its early years it adopted the jersey from Argentine team Boca Juniors.

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The Estadio Olimpico Pascual Guerrero is a football stadium, also used for athletics, concerts, and rugby sevens, in Santiago de Cali, Colombia which is named to honor the poet Pascual Guerrero. The stadium and the sports complex that surrounds it were, from the 1950s to the 1970s, one of the finest and most modern sports complexes in Latin America, and led to references of Cali as the "Sports Capital of America".

The "Pascual", as Cali's inhabitants usually call the stadium, replaced the now defunct Estadio Galilea which was located in the Versailles neighbourhood, where the first national athletics competition was held in 1928. The Pascual is still an important venue for domestic and international sporting events.

With renovations made for the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia and additional suits and sky boxes the stadium's capacity was reduced to 35,000 people. It is currently the home of América de Cali, Atlético and Boca Juniors, and was the home of Deportivo Cali until 2015 when they moved into their new stadium on a permanent basis.

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