Club Atletico Newell;s Old Boys are an Argentine football club based in Rosario, Santa Fe. Founded in 1903 the club is named after Isaac Newell, one of the pioneers of early Argentine football. The club are best known for their football team and they play their home games wearing red and black hooped shirts which are supplied by Topper.
The club are originally a member of Rosario's Football Association, Newell's affiliated to the Argentine Football Association in 1939. They are the reigning champions in Argentine football, and have won AFA's Primera Division six times throughout their history. Newell's has also been twice Copa Libertadores runner-up in 1988 and 1992.
Argentina's Newell's Old Boys release their new home shirt for the recently commenced 2016/17 Primera Division. The childhood club of Lionel Messi, Newell's Old Boys, have had their trademark home shirt updated with classic red and black styling from kit suppliers adidas for the 2016/17 season of [...]
Argentine outfit Newell's Old Boys have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season. With adidas Football replacing Topper for this season onwards, the all new home shirt for Newell's Old Boys does not veer away from tradition as it features their trademark red and bla [...]
Argentine outfit Newell's Old Boys have officially released their new home and away kits for the 2014 season. Supplied by South American brand Topper, the Newell's Old Boys new home kit features their trademark red and black colours in a halved design [...]
Argentine club Newell's Old Boys will reach their 110th anniversary in November and the club have released a special edition home kit for the prestigious occasion. Newell's take on River Plate in the stadium Marcelo Bielsa and players will wear the new black and red hooped shirt [...]
The club's major honours include six Primera Division titles, one Copa de Honor Municiplaidad de Buenos Aires title, one Copa Ibraguren and one Copa Adrian C. Escobar. Notable players include Gabriel Heinze, Maxi Rodriguez, David Trezeguet and many more!
Other sports played at the club include basketball, boxing, hockey, martial arts, roller skating and volleyball. The team has also contributed an important number of players to the Argentina national team, and exported many players to Europe's top leagues, mostly to Italy and Spain. Among its great players were Gabriel Batistuta, Américo Gallego, Mario Zanabria, Roberto Sensini, Walter Samuel, Mauricio Pochettino, René Pontoni, Gerardo Martino, Angel Perucca and several more.