Fixtures

Argentin Liga Nacional 06/20 00:00 3 Instituto vs Regatas - View
Argentin Liga Nacional 06/25 00:00 1 Instituto vs Comunicaciones - View
Argentin Liga Nacional 08/06 00:00 1 Instituto vs San Martin - View
Argentin Liga Nacional 08/26 01:00 1 Quimsa vs Instituto - View
Argentin Liga Nacional 09/03 00:00 1 Instituto vs Ferrocarril Oeste - View

Results

Argentin Liga Nacional 06/16 23:30 3 [11] Regatas v Instituto [2] W 81-85
Argentin Liga Nacional 06/15 00:00 3 [11] Regatas v Instituto [2] L 76-54
Argentin Liga Nacional 06/12 00:00 3 [2] Instituto v Regatas [11] W 110-74
Argentin Liga Nacional 06/09 23:00 3 [2] Instituto v Regatas [11] L 76-86
Argentin Liga Nacional 05/19 23:00 1 [2] Instituto v Platense [7] W 83-59
Argentin Liga Nacional 05/09 00:00 1 [2] Instituto v Union Santa Fe [19] W 96-91
Argentin Liga Nacional 05/04 14:30 1 [2] Instituto v San Martin [8] L 70-71
Argentin Liga Nacional 04/30 00:00 1 Instituto v Riachuelo de La Rioja - View
Argentin Liga Nacional 04/24 00:00 1 [10] Obera TC v Instituto [3] W 72-83
Argentin Liga Nacional 04/22 00:00 1 [12] Regatas v Instituto [2] L 68-67
Argentin Liga Nacional 04/17 00:30 1 [2] Instituto v Ferrocarril Oeste [16] W 80-78
Argentin Liga Nacional 04/13 00:00 1 [13] Independiente de Oliva v Instituto [3] W 87-93

Instituto Atlético Central Córdoba (commonly referred to as Instituto) is an Argentine sports club from the city Córdoba, whose professional football team currently plays in Primera División, the first division of the Argentine football league system.

Famous players who have played at Instituto include Osvaldo Ardiles, Mario Alberto Kempes, José Luis Saldaño, Hugo Curioni, Alberto Beltrán, Raúl Chaparro, Salvador Mastrosimone, Marcelo Bielsa, Ernesto Corti, Diego Klimowicz, Mauricio Caranta, Oscar Dertycia, Alejandro Faurlín, Gonzalo Bergessio, Daniel Jiménez, Paulo Dybala, Ramón Ábila, Silvio Romero.

The basketball team currently plays at Liga Nacional de Básquetbol (LNB), the first division of Liga Nacional de Básquetbol league system.

History

As many other football clubs in Argentina, Instituto was founded by railway workers. The club was initially established in 1918 as Instituto Ferrocarril Central Córdoba. With the re-organization of the administration of the club 6 years later, due to the number of members in the Alta Córdoba neighbourhood, the name was changed to the current Instituto Atlético Central Córdoba.

After its foundation, Instituto quickly reached the first division of the Liga Cordobesa, which the team won in 1925, 1926, 1927 and 1928. With the professionalization of the game in 1931, Instituto lost momentum and sunk into an unsuccessful period. But years later the team revived, conquering the provincial league again in 1961, 1966, and finally in 1972, reaching the Argentine second division.

Instituto played its first ever season at the top level in 1973 where the team finished 8th out of a group of 15 teams, but it had to wait six years to try again. In 1979 Instituto won its group to reach the Quarter-Finals where the club was eliminated 5–3 on aggregate by Club Atlético Tucumán. Instituto also played the Torneo Nacional from 1981 to 1985, and the Metropolitano in 1981, 1982 and 1983. After the reorganisation of 1985 Instituto played all 5 of the long seasons although it was relegated at the end of the 1989–90 season.

The club then had to wait until the 1999–00 season to play in the top flight again. Instituto promoted to Argentine Primera División after winning the 1998–99 Nacional B tournament. Nevertheless, the club would be relegated from the first division the next season, finishing 16th out of 20 teams in the Apertura and 12th in the Clausura, but Instituto was finally relegated after a 2–1 play-off defeat at the hands of Almagro. The club won its second title, the Primera B Nacional 2003 Apertura, and promoted back to first division after getting the revenge over Club Almagro in a 2 legged play-off in 2004. The club survived one season at the top level after winning a two legged promotion/relegation play-off against Huracán by a score of 3–1. In its 2nd season in the first division, Instituto finished 19th overall and was automatically relegated back to B Nacional. The 1986–87 season was probably the most successful season in team's history, having finished 8th overall.

Roberto Castoldi replaced Gastón Defagot as president on 26 August 2019.

Az Instituto atletikai klub egy argentin sportklub, melynek székhelye Córdoba városában található. A klubot 1918-ban alapították, színei a piros, a fehér és a kék.

Az Instituto labdarúgócsapata az argentin első osztályban szerepel. A csapat 1987-ben és 1999-ben megnyerte az argentin bajnokságot.

Az Instituto kosárlabdacsapat a Liga Nacional de Básquetbol (LNB) első osztályú bajnokságban játszik. A csapat 1998-ban és 2000-ben megnyerte az LNB bajnokságot.

Az Instituto röplabdacsapat a Liga Argentina de Voleibol (LAV) első osztályú bajnokságban szerepel. A csapat 2000-ben és 2001-ben megnyerte a LAV bajnokságot.

Az Instituto atlétikai szakosztálya számos olimpikon sportolót nevelt ki. A klub atlétái számos érmet nyertek az olimpiai játékokon és a világbajnokságokon.