Club Atlético River Plate was founded on May 5, 1901 in the neighbourhood of Nuñez. They are thought of as one of the five great teams of Argentine soccer. Four times champion of the Copa Libertadores, this will be the second time they feature in the FIFA Club World Cup.
River Plate made it to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Club after winning the Copa Libertadores against Boca Juniors. In an historic final played at the Santiago Bernabéu, the first time it was played outside the South American continent, River Plate won after winning the second leg 3-1, while the result in the first leg at La Bombonera was 2-2.
Franco Armani (1), Germán Lux (14), Enrique Bologna (25)
Jonatan Maidana (2), Jorge Moreira (4), Milton Casco (20), Javier Pínola (22), Lucas Martínez Quarta (28), Gonzalo Montiel (29)
Bruno Zuculini (5), Juan Quintero (8), Gonzalo Martínez (10), Nicolás de la Cruz (11), Exequiel Palacios (15), Camilo Mayada (18), Leonardo Ponzio (23), Enzo Pérez (24), Ignacio Fernández (28)
Rodrigo Mora (7), Julián Álvarez (9), Santos Borré (19), Lucas Pratto (27), Ignacio Scocco (32)
South American Supercup
South American Cup
Copa Suruga Bank
Argentinan first division