Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rugby union is a popular team sport played in Argentina. The first rugby match played in the country dates back to 1873, as the game was introduced by the British. The Argentina national team, sometimes referred to as the Pumas, have competed at the Rugby World Cup, and are considered a tier one nation by the IRB. In more recent times, the governing body in Argentina has been the subject of controversy, leading to a strike in 2006 which threatened scheduled tests against Wales and the All Blacks. Argentine rugby has a long and proud history. The first rugby union match in Argentina was played in 1873, the game having been brought to South America by the British. In 1886, it is recorded that Buenos Aires Football Club played Rosario Athletic Club in Buenos Aires.
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