Home to one of the top Argentine football clubs and one of the most famous stadiums in the world, Estadio Alberto J. Armando is the modern icon of the city. Dating back to the year 1940, the stadium is often called La Bombonera or The Chocolate Box because of its unique shape. A flat, towering stand that distinguishes itself from the other areas has earned the stadium the moniker of a chocolate box. Boca Juniors, a premier Argentine soccer club, found its home in the new stadium after the old one was demolished. Football enthusiasts have admired the venue for its architecture and brilliant acoustics. The stadium has witnessed performances by some of the biggest international artists like Backstreet Boys and Elton John. A museum with soccer exhibits is housed inside the stadium.