Asuncion Paraguay Sports
Former football star Ronaldinho has arrived in his homeland after being arrested by Paraguay's prosecutors for entering the South American country on a false passport. A Paraguayan judge has ordered the arrest of former Boca Juniors player and former captain of the Brazilian national team Ronaldina Gaucho. On Friday, prosecutors searched the luxury home in Asuncion owned by the fugitive businesswoman who brought him, his brother and his wife, who had been detained for more than a week. The house, where several footballs with Ronaldinho's faces were also found, could also serve as evidence against Lopez's company, which organises air cargo.
Las Leones is one of the most popular football teams in Paraguay, traditionally played only occasionally, but often with a strong team in the Primera. The country's first team has employed a number of players from the Primero Intermedia, where they have often struggled, as well as from the Copa Libertadores, the country's second division.
In 1902, the Olimpia Football Club (renamed Club O limpaia) was founded, and in 1906, the number of football clubs in Paraguay increased and increased over the years. In 1921, the Paraguayan Football Association (CONMEBOL) was founded, the governing body of football in South America and the world. There are Today, about 1600 teams in "Paraguay Football" are active in Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela and participate in regional football leagues in Paraguy. The Paraguaya Football League, a regional league in the Primero Intermedia, is one of the oldest and most successful football leagues in South Africa.
The national team has competed in eight World Cups, won two Copa America tournaments and won silver at the 2004 Olympics. Among the greatest successes of Paraguay's national teams are: at club level Olimpia Asuncion is a member of eight international tournaments, including the FIFA Women's World Cup, the CONCACAF Champions League and the UEFA Europa League. Both teams belong to the Conmebol-Verband and both play in the Primero Intermedia, a regional league in South Africa.
The Paraguayan national basketball team has also developed well, finishing second in the Copa America, the CONCACAF Champions League and the FIFA Women's World Cup. The best performance of the national team is the gold medal at the Olympic Games 2004 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the first medal for the country in international basketball ever.
The growth and development of Paraguayan football can be seen in the performance of the Paraguayan national football team at club level. Our national team's greatest successes include participation in the Copa America, the CONCACAF Champions League and the FIFA Women's World Cup. These achievements have made Paraguaya one of the world's leading countries in international football and the most successful country in the world in football. In recent years we have also been involved in a number of international competitions, such as the FIFA Confederations Cup, the FIFA Under-20 World Cup and the FIFA Under-17 World Cup.
At club level, Olimpia Asuncion has won eight international tournaments, including the Copa America, CONCACAF Champions League and FIFA Women's World Cup, and has been part of a number of national team competitions such as the Confederations Cup and FIFA Under-20 World Championships and two Under-17 World Championships. At club level, we have a record of seven wins and four draws in eight International Champions Cup competitions, including two wins and one draw at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The national football team of our country has participated in eight World Cups and won a silver medal at the 2004 Olympic Games. We also participated in the Copa America, the CONCACAF Champions League and the FIFA Women's World Cup and moved to the URNE Championships in northern Argentina. The Paraguayan Fed Cup team has been in the international arena for four years, with a record of four wins, one draw and one defeat in seven matches. At national level we are members of the Under-20 and Under-17 national teams which have qualified for the World Group Play-offs since 1995 and have reached the quarter-finals at both the Confederations Cup and FIFA. World Under-20 Championships. In the 1990s, second-generation Brazilians were born and raised in Paraguaya, some of whom married to the local population.
At first football was limited to an elite class in Paraguay, but it quickly became popular and the sport found its way to almost all countries of South America, including Paraguaya. South American rugby has historically been dominated by teams from the Rugby World Cup qualifying group Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay. Since 2010, women's rugby and rugby outside the suburbs of Asuncion has grown strongly.
There are many indigenous peoples in Paraguay who speak non-guarani languages, but the strongest symbol of national culture is the Guarini language and visual language, which is derived from the indigenous language of Paraguay and its cultural heritage. Historians attribute the importance of the Guarsani language in national cultures to the influence of indigenous peoples and their culture on the history and culture of the country. Some of these forms of "guarali" spoken in national culture are used by indigenous Guardani speakers, as well as by other indigenous languages such as Yucatan, Chicharito and Chilpancingo.