Banfield are an Argentine football club based in Buenos Aires and they play their home games with an all white kit with a historic green sash across the front. Banfield is mostly known for its football team, which was relegated in June 2012 to the Nacional B, the second division of the Argentine football league system.
Banfield (Club Atletico) is a professional Argentine football club. It was founded in 1896 and currently plays in the Primera Divisi�n Argentina. It was named after Edward Banfield the first General Manager of the British-owned Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway between 1865 and 1872. Banfield (Club Atletico) has never won the Primera Division Argentina but has won 6 2nd Division titles and only 1 cup Buenos Aires Municipality Honour Cup(1920).
Club Atletico Banfield is a football club from Argentina which played the 2011 Apertura season in the Primera Division, which is the highest tier of football in the country [...]
Italian brand Kappa have announced the signing of a new contract with Club Atlético Banfield, they will make the first teams kit and also that of the club's male & female futsal, volleyball and hockey teams [...]
Banfield, an Argentine based professional football club playing in the Primera Division Argentina will be launching their new away kit [...]
The Argentinian team Banfield launched their new shirts to the coming season, made by a company named Nanque. The home shirt is white, with a diagonal stripe in green, and some green datails in the collar, sleeve and in the bottom and side of the shirt. The away shirt is orange, with g [...]
Banfield made the quarter finals of the Copa Libertadores in 2005 and were knocked out of the group stage in 2007 they also played in the 2005 Copa Sudamericana in which they were knocked out in the first round. Banfield play at the Estadio Florencio Sol� it has a capacity of 33000. The team colours are green and white.
Their kits have had several designs in the past where they first ever shirt was brown and gold then it was red and white halves. In 1904 the home shirt first saw the green and white colours and in 1947 their shirts first featured the green sash which has remained since today.