|Location||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
The Estadio Alberto J. Armando is a well-known stadium, situated in the La Boca district of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is popularly known as 'La Bombonera'. In English, it means 'The Chocolate Box'. It is named so due to its unique shape that resembles a chocolate box. It has a flat stand on one side and steep stands on the other three sides. The construction of the stadium started on 18th February 1938. José Luis Delpini, Viktor Sulčič, and Raúl Bes were the chief architects who contributed and built the stadium over a span of two years. It was opened for the spectators on 25th May 1940. The Argentine sports club "Boca Juniors" owns the stadium. The Estadio Alberto J. Armando underwent a major renovation in 1995. The stadium has been the home ground for Boca Juniors, an Argentine football club since 1940.