Show your devotion to Azul y Oro while celebrating one of their greatest victories over their greatest rivals.
Anytime there’s a Superclasico is cause for celebration, but it was an extra special edition of the rivalry when Boca met River in the semifinals of the 2004 South American championships. Things got off well for the Blue and Gold, who took the first leg 1-0 at home in front of their supporters at La Bombonera. A River strike just before halftime of the return leg at El Monumental undid that work, but it seemed as if Boca had clinched a birth in the final when Carlos Tevez pulled them back ahead in the 89th minute. Unfortunately, just a minute later when Nasuti leveled the tie at the death. And with no away goal rule to hand them victory, they would have to do it in a penalty shoot-out in front of the intimidating home support.
The match side of the wristband depicts the famous site of Los Xeneizes scaling the fence at La Bombonera, while the reverse depicts the famous gold stripe from their kits composed by the stars from their many titles in their crest.