The joint’s been quiet for 3 hours now.
Exit was an inebriated mass.
Sloshes of beer lay soaked in mops. Old oak tables upturned. Broken chairs stacked in trash cans. Sharp broken glass swept into dust pans. Whifts of rancid sweat hung in the corners. The stink of warm booze hung everywhere.
14 large screen tvs. All black.
A Boca Juniors victory in futbol is only matched by its raucous fans.
As Argentina’s most internationally famous professional team, the team’s fame is matched by its rowdy fans. At La Bombonera stadium these crazy Boca Fans are nicknamed La Doce. The 12th player because of their loud and distracting presence.
The large fan base of these hooligans number 60,000+. There are only 49,000 seats in the famed La Bombonera stadium.
On game day, thousands of energetic La Doce pour into bars. The bars pour back. Chants echo off walls. Drums pound. Flags wave. Packed bars going bananas.
It’s Boca Juniors game day!