Boca Juniors (disambiguation)

Boca Juniors refers to the popular Argentine football (soccer) club. Other clubs have been named after it, as well as other things:

*Boca Juniors (album), album by Swiss a cappella vocal band The Glue.
*Boca Juniors, football club in Belize.
*Boca Juniors, third division football club in Bolivia.
*Boca Juniors, football amateur club in Chile.
*Boca Juniors, football club in Colombia (defunct).
*Boca Juniors, football club in Ghana.
*Boca Junior, football club in Gibraltar.
*Boca Juniors, football club in Grenada.
*Boca Juniors, football club in Kenya.
*Boca Junior, football club in Madagascar.
*Boca Juniors, football club in Saint Lucia.
*Boca Juniors, football club in United States (defunct).
*Boca Juniors, football club in Uruguay.

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