Does your country have a saying/slogan?
Our team’s saying is, “All for one, and one for all.” Or, in Spanish, “Todos para uno y uno para todos.”
Can you tell us about your team’s make-up? How did your team come together?
Our team is a mix of several different nationalities, all with a love for the Argentina game and the style they play.
How do you think soccer in general (and the Unity Cup in particular) promotes inclusivity?
The Unity Cup is one of the best sporting events in the city. Where else can you blend so many nationalities, personalities, both culturally and individually, into an event that celebrates and unites everyone to the love of one game, soccer? No other sport or sporting event even comes close to what the Philadelphia International Unity Cup has done and will achieve in the future!
What places (such as restaurants or cultural centers) or groups in Philadelphia would you recommend to someone if they wanted to learn more about the culture of the country your team represents?
The restaurant Malbec on 2nd & South St. offers a glimpse into the Argentinian culture and food.
What’s one thing you wish more people knew about your team’s country?
Argentina is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with world-class wine, spectacular food, beautiful scenery, and passionate, hospitable people who want to show you the treasures of their country.