|08 Jul 22||Rosario Central ||-|| Sarmiento|
|16 Jul 22||Independiente ||-|| Rosario Central|
|21 Jul 22||Rosario Central ||-|| Newells Old|
|26 Jul 22||Arsenal Sarandi ||-|| Rosario Central|
|31 Jul 22||Rosario Central ||-|| Central Córdoba|
|04 Jul 22||Aldosivi|| ||2 - 1|| ||Rosario Central|
|24 Jun 22||Rosario Central|| ||0 - 1|| ||Gimnasia LP|
|20 Jun 22||Velez Sarsfield|| ||2 - 0|| ||Rosario Central|
|16 Jun 22||Rosario Central|| ||1 - 0|| ||Godoy Cruz|
|11 Jun 22||Huracan|| ||2 - 0|| ||Rosario Central|
Club Atlético Rosario Central is a sports club based in Rosario, Argentina, that plays in the Argentine Primera División. The club was officially founded on December 24, 1889 by a group of railway workers, taking its name from the English-owned Central Argentine Railway company. One of the oldest Argentine and Latin American teams, it is considered a pioneer in its hometown and the only one of current Santa Fe province teams to have won an international title organised by CONMEBOL, the Copa Conmebol, won by the club in 1995.
Originally a member of the Rosario's Football Association, the club affiliated itself to the Argentine Football Association (AFA) in 1939. Since then, Rosario Central has won the Argentine Primera Division four times, with the last domestic title won in 1986–87. In addition, Rosario Central won six National cups, with the 2018 Copa Argentina being its most recent achievement. Also, Rosario Central won the Copa CONMEBOL (the precursor of the current Copa Sudamericana) in 1995.
In 2012, the club was considered by FIFA as one of the 11 most classical clubs in Argentine football.
Rosario Central has a strong rivalry with Newell's Old Boys. The matches played between them are named "El Clasico Rosarino", and is amongst the most heated rivalries in Argentina due to Rosario's local popularity. Rosario Central's home stadium is Estadio Dr. Lisandro de la Torre, known simply as "El Gigante de Arroyito" (The Giant of Arroyito)
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