The President of the Institution and the coach of the professional squad attended the inauguration of the new attractions of River Museum, at an event in which Rodrigo Daskal and Patricio Nogueira (President and Vice president of the Museum and Trophies Department) and Matías Patanian (2nd Vice president of the Club) were also part.
The new attractions are the following
Through this app, visitors will have access to an audio guide that narrates our history and our idols’ professional careers. Dozzent is an interactive guide for mobile devices. Now, our visitors will have the chance to go around the Museum using our audio guide in Spanish, English and Portuguese.
Players’ interactive game and update of Los de la banda Roja
An entertaining, interactive game that will allow our visitors to form their ideal squad with complete statistical information about all the players who wore River’s shirt. There will be the chance to win important prizes, and once the game is finished they will have to register since all participants will receive an email with the attained result and a picture of the chosen squad. This launch matches up with the update of the Los de la banda roja area, which hadn’t been renewed since the Museum’s inauguration. All the players that spent at least one minute defending the millonaria shirt are present there. The highlight is that not only matches of regular championships and international cups of the CONMEBOL are included, but also national cups and trophies from Río de la Plata that were played during the professional era.
A space tribute to the only coach in our history to achieve five international titles, Marcelo Gallardo, was presented. The coat he wore at the great final of the South American Cup of 2014 against Atlético Nacional is exhibited in a prominent installation together with the champion medal of said tournament. It is worth mentioning that said South American Cup was the first link of the great achievements of the 2014-2016 period under the lead of el Muñeco.
Our symbols through time:
In a work that brings to light some unpublished designs, the institutional symbols over the years are reflected in this space. From the first monogram with the initials of an Annual Report and Balance Sheet of 1918 to the present badge, all the emblems used in documents, insignias and official clothing throughout our history can be observed. The Club’s flags are also present, from the first bunting that teams carried in the matches of the beginning of the last century to the official flag that flies every Sunday behind the goal placed facing backwards to the Sívori stand. This long research work was carried out by Patricio Nogueira together with Gonzalo Parada, expert in millonario symbols and counted on the contribution of other historians and members of the area.