Arguably one of the biggest clubs in the history of South American football, Boca Juniors has conquered all there is in the realm of the sport. Established in 1905, the club spent its early years in the lower divisions of Argentinian football and only obtained promotion in 1913. Since then there's been no looking back, as the club pulled off some of the most impressive feats in the history of the game, setting itself up to become one of the most iconic outfits in world football. Its lengthy list of accolades includes a number of prestigious trophies, such as the Primera División, Copa Libertadores, Copa Argentina and Supercopa Sudamericana. Boca Juniors is also known for its remarkable youth academy that has produced world class talent such as Carlos Tevez, Fernando Gago, Ever Banega and Nicolas Gaitan. It is also the club with whom the legendary Diego Maradona ended his career. One of the fiercest rivalries in football also involves Boca Juniors. Its rivalry with River Plate boasts legendary status and is best views at the Estadio Alberto J. Armando a.k.a La Bombonera.