In an act headed by the president of River Plate, Jorge Brito, together with the Undersecretary of Sports of the Province of Buenos Aires, Leandro Lurati, and the General Director of Culture and Education of the Province of Buenos Aires, Alberto Sileoni; An agreement was signed for the implementation of the “Visits to the River Plate Museum and the Most Monumental Stadium” program, in order to publicize part of the history of sports in our country.
The initiative is addressed to the students who are studying 4th, 5th and 6th year in Buenos Aires public primary schools, promoting the meeting of students with cultural and sports experiences that allow broadening the horizon and the cultural capital of the educational community of the Province.
Referring to this, Sileoni stressed the importance of the program: “This initiative is very important for schools, since it will allow them to visit a club as important to Argentine culture as River Plate. It will be very interesting that the and the students of the Buenos Aires primaries come to the club, get to know the stadium and can visit this museum that contains so much history”.
The visits will begin this month of June and will continue until the end of the school year, with contingents of around 160 weekly participants, and will include a tour accompanied by a guide through the museum, the stadium and the club’s facilities, which will end with a snack and a present from the institution.
In this regard, the owner Brito commented: “It is a source of pride for us as an institution that thousands of boys from Buenos Aires public schools come to know the biggest club at a social and sports level, also the biggest field in South America. Bringing the boys closer primary school, the values and identity of our club will be something very gratifying for us”.
Likewise, Undersecretary Lurati stressed the importance of working together: “We are really very grateful; this will allow all the boys and girls of the Province of Buenos Aires to build the Buenos Aires identity from culture, from sports and from the desire to participate It is a day of great happiness for all”.
Also present were Stefano Di Carlo, general secretary of River Plate, and Rodrigo Daskal, president of the River Museum, which entered the top three of the most sought-after cultural spaces in 2022 in Argentina, according to the ranking offered by the Google Maps platform. .