List of Boca Juniors head coaches

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Boca Juniors is an Argentine sports club that is notable for its professional football team. The chronological list comprises all those who have held the position of head coach since the start of the professional era in 1930. Each head coach's entry includes his career with the club and the titles won. Caretaker head coaches are included, where known, as well as those who have been in permanent charge.

The most successful head coach in terms of trophies won is Carlos Bianchi, who won 4 national championships, three Copa Libertadores, and two Intercontinental Cups.

Head coaches[edit]

There are no statistics about the 1905–30 period so only head coaches since 1931 are listed below.[1][2][3]

Name Period
(No records) 1905–30
Argentina Mario Fortunato 1930–37
Argentina Juan José Tramutola 1938
France Valeré de Bevesconny 1939
Argentina Ángel Fernández Roca 1939–40
Argentina Enrique Sobral 1940
Argentina Mario Coloccero 1941
Argentina Oscar Tarrío 1942
Argentina Alfredo Garasini 1943–46
Argentina Mario Fortunato 1946
Argentina Eduardo González Pinto 1947
Argentina Julio Benavídez 1948
Argentina Renato Cesarini 1949
Hungary Franz Platko 1949
Argentina Ernesto Lazzatti 1950
Argentina Emilio Baldonedo 1951–52
Argentina Gerónimo Díaz 1953
Argentina Mario Fortunato 1953
Argentina Ernesto Lazzatti 1954
Argentina Jaime Sarlanga 1955
Argentina Mario Fortunato 1956–57
Argentina Bernardo Gandulla 1958
Argentina José Manuel Moreno 1958–59
Argentina Claudio Vacca 1959
Argentina Carlos Sosa 1960
Argentina José D'Amico 1960
Brazil Vicente Feola 1961
Argentina José D'Amico 1962–63
Argentina Aristóbulo Deambrossi 1963–64
Argentina Néstor Rossi 1965–66
Argentina Adolfo Pedernera 1967
Argentina Bernardo Gandulla [a] 1967
Uruguay Alcides Silveira 1967–68
Argentina José D'Amico 1968
Argentina Alfredo Di Stéfano 1969
Argentina José María Silvero 1970–71
Chile Fernando Riera 1971
Argentina José Varacka 1972
Argentina Rogelio Domínguez 1973–75
Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo 1976–79
Argentina Antonio Rattín 1980
Argentina Silvio Marzolini 1981
Argentina Vladislao Cap 1982
Argentina Carmelo Faraone 1982–83
Argentina Raúl Rodríguez Seoane [a] 1983
Argentina Ernesto Grillo [a] 1983
Argentina Miguel Ángel López 1983–84
Brazil Dino Sani 1984
Argentina Ernesto Grillo [a] 1984
Argentina Mario Zanabria [a] 1984
Argentina Alfredo Di Stéfano 1985
Argentina Mario Zanabria 1985–86
Argentina César Luis Menotti 1987
Argentina Roberto Saporiti 1987
Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo 1987
Argentina José Omar Pastoriza 1988–89
Argentina Carlos Aimar 1989–90
Argentina Osvaldo Potente [a] 1990
Uruguay Oscar Tabárez 1991–92
Argentina Osvaldo Potente [a] 1993
Argentina Jorge Habegger 1993
Argentina Enrique Hrabina [a] 1993
Argentina César Luis Menotti 1993–94
Argentina Enrique Hrabina [a] 1994
Argentina Silvio Marzolini [4] 1995
Argentina Carlos Bilardo [5] 1996
Argentina Francisco Sá 1996
Argentina Héctor Veira 1996–98
Argentina Carlos García Cambón [a] 1998
Argentina Carlos Bianchi 1998–01
Uruguay Oscar Tabárez 2001–02
Argentina Carlos Bianchi 2002–04
Argentina Abel Alves [a] 2004
Argentina Miguel Ángel Brindisi 2004
Argentina Jorge "Chino" Benítez 2004–05
Argentina Abel Alves [a] 2005
Argentina Alfio Basile 2005–06
Argentina Ricardo Lavolpe [6] 2006
Argentina Miguel Ángel Russo [7] 2007
Argentina Carlos Ischia [8] 2008–09
Argentina Abel Alves [a] 2009
Argentina Alfio Basile 2009–10
Argentina Abel Alves [a] 2010
Argentina Roberto Pompei [a] 2010
Argentina Claudio Borghi [11] 2010
Argentina Roberto Pompei [a] 2010
Argentina Julio Falcioni [12] 2010–12
Argentina Carlos Bianchi [13][14][15] 2012–14
Argentina Sergio Saturno [a] /
Argentina Hugo Ibarra [a] [16]
2014
Argentina Rodolfo Arruabarrena [17] 2014–16
Argentina Guillermo Barros Schelotto 2016–2018

Winning managers[edit]

Name Titles Details
Carlos Bianchi 9 1998 Apertura, 1999 Clausura, 2000 Apertura, 2003 Apertura, 2000 Copa Libertadores, 2001 Copa Libertadores, 2003 Copa Libertadores, 2000 Intercontinental Cup, 2003 Intercontinental Cup
Juan Carlos Lorenzo 5 1976 Metropolitano, 1976 Nacional, 1977 Copa Libertadores, 1978 Copa Libertadores, 1977 Intercontinental Cup
Mario Fortunato 5 1930, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1946 Copa de Competencia Británica
Alfio Basile 5 2005 Apertura, 2006 Clausura, 2005 Copa Sudamericana, 2005 Recopa Sudamericana, 2006 Recopa Sudamericana
Carlos Aimar 2 1989 Supercopa Sudamericana, 1990 Recopa Sudamericana
Oscar Tabarez 2 1992 Apertura, 1989 Supercopa Masters
Alfredo Garasini 2 1943, 1944
Alfredo Di Stéfano 2 1969 Nacional, 1969 Copa Argentina
Carlos Ischia 2 2008 Apertura, 2008 Recopa Sudamericana
Julio Falcioni 2 2011 Apertura, 2012 Copa Argentina
Rodolfo Arruabarrena 2 2015, 2015 Copa Argentina
Guillermo Barros Schelotto 2 2016–17, 2017–18
Enrique Sobral 1 1940
Ernesto Lazzatti 1 1954
José D'Amico 1 1962
Aristóbulo Deambrossi 1 1964
Néstor Rossi 1 1965
José María Silvero 1 1970 Nacional
Silvio Marzolini 1 1981 Metropolitano
Jorge Habberger 1 1993 Copa de Oro
Jorge "Chino" Benítez 1 2004 Copa Sudamericana
Miguel Angel Russo 1 2007 Copa Libertadores

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Interim coach [9][10]

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