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Club Italiano, Caballito - Buenos Aires, Argentina (HD)

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Published on Jul 6, 2016

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Club Italiano, Caballito - Buenos Aires, Argentina (HD)

La identidad de la institución se sustenta en una mayoría de socios de ascendencia italiana que hasta nuestros días mantienen enarbolada la bandera del espíritu y el orgullo de pertenecer a la colectividad extranjera más significativa del país. En el club se practican la gama más amplia de actividades deportivas: Artes Marciales, Basquet, Escuelas Deportivas, Fútbol, Gimnasias, Hockey, Judo, Natación, Pesas, Pelota Paleta, Rugby, Tenis, Voley, Yoga, etc. En lo social se dispone de actividades tales como: Billares, Bridge, Canasta, Casin, Colonia de Vacaciones, Juegos para niños, Masajes, Pedicuría, Solarium, Salón de Fiestas, Sauna, etc... La actividad cultural involucra el mantenimiento de una de las salas de teatro más antiguas de la ciudad con una capacidad para 350 personas. Además se brindan cursos de teatro, guitarra, dibujo, pintura, computación, idiomas entre otros.

Club Italiano, or simply Italiano, is an Argentine sports club which headquarters located in Caballito, Buenos Aires. The hosts many activities such as basketball, basque pelota, field hockey, football, gymnastics, martial arts, rugby union, swimming, tennis and volleyball. The rugby union team currently plays in the Torneo de la URBA Grupo II, the second division of the Unión de Rugby de Buenos Aires league system. Club's stadium is located in Bajo Flores, Buenos Aires. The club was founded on December 29, 1898, by a group of Italian immigrants and their descendants. The club was conceived as a cycling institution due to Italian immigrants being enthusiastic about bicycles. For that reason the club was originally named as "Club Ciclístico Italiano". As other sports were added, the name changed to its current denomination in 1912. Italiano rented the Recreo Belvedere facilities during 10 years, until the club moved to its current location on Rivadavia Avenue in Caballito neighborhood. In 1980, Italiano acquired 17 hectares to Municipality of Buenos Aires, where its sports facilities were built. The club currently has about 7,000 members.

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