How many times has Argentina qualified for the World Cup?

How many times has Argentina qualified for the World Cup?

Zero.

Is that a disappointment? Well, it's not the first time the mighty Pumas have failed to advance past the group stage at the finals. The current FIFA World Ranking places them in 23rd spot, meaning that for the sixth time in their history they will be heading home after just two games. It is a record they have shared with the United States and North Korea.

But the Pumas' failure to qualify for Russia 2023 is nothing compared to their efforts from 1978 to 1986. Back then, they were an unstoppable force, winning 11 out of their 14 qualifiers.

The tournament was held in Argentina for the first time ever. The hosts finished third in Group 1 behind Brazil and the Netherlands. The winners of Group 2 went through to the quarter-finals, where Italy beat West Germany 2-1.

The quarter-finalists in Group 3 were: Spain, Yugoslavia, England, Czechoslovakia and West Germany. The quarter-finalists in Group 4 were: France, Belgium, Hungary, Switzerland, East Germany, Poland, Romania, Hungary and Mexico.

The winners of Group 5 went through to the semi-finals: Argentina, Portugal, Soviet Union, Sweden, Holland and Austria. The semi-finalists in Group 6 were: West Germany, Spain, Italy, Uruguay, England, Czechoslovakia and Mexico. The winners of Group 7 went through to the final: Germany, Brazil, Sweden, England, Switzerland, Austria, Uruguay and Mexico.

The final was held in Madrid between hosts Spain and World Cup champions West Germany. A 1-1 draw meant that it went to a second replay, which West Germany won 2-0.

A month later, the World Cup returned to Argentina for the first time. This time, the hosts finished third in Group 1 behind Brazil and Bulgaria. The winners of Group 2 went through to the quarter-finals, where Chile beat Australia 2-1.

The quarter-finalists in Group 3 were: Brazil, Belgium, Italy, Paraguay, France, Austria and Denmark. The quarter-finalists in Group 4 were: Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, England, Bulgaria and Japan.

The winners of Group 5 went through to the semi-finals: West Germany, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Italy, Hungary and Denmark.

Who is 23 for Argentina?

The Argentina squad of the 1990s was full of oldies like Diego Maradona, Diego Trotta and Ricardo Gabriel Batalla.

All of them had been around for a long time. The majority of the current squad is made up of players who are relatively new to the international stage. Many of them have played for clubs of a more recent vintage, although in many cases they were in their twenties even when the clubs' best day was behind them. Most also arrived late on to the 2023 World Cup party.

Some were in their teens when the final whistle blew at Copa Amrica 1999 and the FIFA Confederations Cup 2023. However, only 13 have made more than 20 international appearances. A further 22 have earned less than 20 caps.

With no real old guard (not counting captain Messi) in the squad, it has been difficult to establish a strong leadership core of veteran players around whom the others can be moulded. But this may not necessarily be a bad thing. The experience of a few senior players should enable an entire crop of younger players to be given the chance to shine.

This Argentinian World Cup squad is an average age of 23, and features the following 24 players. The youngest is Juan Foyth, who turned 17 on March 15. The oldest is Leandro Zubelda, who turns 43 on May 27. The average years of playing club football for any player in this squad are a little under 11.

Here is a summary of how all 24 started their respective careers. The stats come from sports-reference.com unless otherwise stated.

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How many players are in Argentina national football team?

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What was Argentina's biggest defeat?

The biggest defeat in the history of the Argentine national team was at the hands of Brazil in the final of the Copa Amrica.

It was on July 7, 1986, when Brazil beat Argentina by 3-0 in a final in Santiago.

At that time, the Brazilian team was led by coach Carlos Alberto Torres, who led Brazil to the World Cup in 1982. In 1985, Torres's Brazil was the last one to qualify for the 1986 World Cup. In 1986, Brazil won the Copa Amrica, beating Argentina 4-2 in the final in Santiago.

The match started at a frenetic pace and at half time, Argentina trailed by two goals. They played the second half in a conservative style. That was Brazil's strategy.

Argentina had problems dealing with the fast pace of the game. Their play lacked precision.

Their players were tired. They weren't used to the pace of the game and were slow to react to the fast attacks of the Brazilian team.

Brazil attacked from all directions. Their play was well-organized and they controlled the game. They scored their third goal in the second half.

Brazil was very strong. They had seven players in each line, and only three defenders.

The match was decided when Brazil scored the third goal in the 90th minute. Argentina had five defenders and three midfielders. The midfielders did not press the opposition, allowing Brazil to pass through the middle.

Brazil scored their third goal when the goalkeeper, Diego Simeone, made a mistake and lost the ball. In the penalty area, Brazil's Roberto Carlos moved towards the ball. He dribbled past defender Daniel Passarella, and then scored with a header.

The result was 3-0, and Brazil won the Copa Amrica. What happened next? That defeat marked the end of Argentina's participation in the World Cup, and also the end of the careers of many players. After the game, there was a big dispute about who had scored the goal. The goalkeeper Diego Simeone insisted he had not allowed a goal. The Argentine coach Carlos Bilardo insisted that Roberto Carlos was the one who scored the goal. The third goal was given to Argentina, but the penalty kick was awarded to Brazil.

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