Cricket, Rugby & Football

Belgrano Athletic Club
Traditional, originally English-speaking institution focused on sports such as rugby, hockey, tennis, squash, cricket, bowls and swimming. Virrey del Pino 3456, C1426EHL Buenos Aires City
Club Atletico San Isidro
Traditional, founded in 1902, one of the main clubs in Argentina in rugby especially and also in hockey. Roque Saenz Pena 499, 1642 Acassuso. (North)
World Eleven
World Eleven holds FIFAs license to organize friendly international football games, coordinate sponsorships of matches, football teams and stadiums among other alternatives.
Pikas Futbol Buenos Aires
Group for anyone interested in playing football. All skills are welcome. Matches at 20:00, Thursdays at 23:00, Fridays at 19:00, Saturdays at 17:00 and Sundays at 20:00 and 21:00. Games are outdoors.
Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club
With over 145 years of history in the English community, dedicated mainly to rugby, hockey and cricket. Also golf and social activities. Uruguay 7000, San Fernando. (North)
Hulingham Club
Founded by the Anglo-Argentine community in 1888. 73 hectares, an 18-hole golf course, 5 polo fields, stables for 300 horses, horse and pony riding, 18 tennis courts, a cricket pitch, 2 swimming pools, gym. Av. Julio A. Roca 1411, Hurglingham (West)
Buenos Aires Futbol Amigos (Football friends)
Diverse group of men and women playing friendly, competitive 5-on-5 football matches throughout the week, hosting social events including asados, city excursions and other events.
San Isidro Club
Traditional club in the North suburbs of Buenos Aires, with rugby mainly and also hockey as its main sports. Av. Blanco Encalada 404, 1642 San Isidro. (North)
Lomas Athletic Club
Tradtional, originally English-speaking club, founded in 1891, with sports such as bowls, cricket, golf, hockey, rugby and tennis. Arenales 663, 1832 Lomas de Zamora. (South)