Boca

Boca may refer to:

In entertainment:

  • Boca, a 1994 film starring Rae Dawn Chong
  • "Boca" (The Sopranos episode), a 1999 episode of the American television series The Sopranos

In locations:

  • La Boca, a neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Boca, California, a former settlement
  • Boca, a village in Samarineşti Commune, Gorj County, Romania
  • Boca Chica, a municipality of the Santo Domingo province in the Dominican Republic
  • Boca, Novara, a municipality in the Province of Novara, Italy
  • Boca Chica Key, an island in the lower Florida Keys
  • Boca Del Mar, Florida, a census-designated place in Palm Beach County, Florida
  • Boca del Río, Veracruz, a city in the Mexican state of Veracruz
  • Boca Grande, Florida, a town on Gasparilla Island, Florida
  • Boca Pointe, Florida, a census-designated place in Palm Beach County, Florida
  • Boca Raton, Florida, a city in Palm Beach County, Florida

In people:

  • Andrea Del Boca, an Argentine television actress
  • Carlos Bocanegra, nicknamed 'Boca', an American Soccer player

In sports:

  • Boca Juniors, a sports club based in La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Boca Unidos, a sports club based in Corrientes, Argentina
  • Boca F.C., a defunct football team from Belize
  • Boca Pietri, a football team from Bologna, Italy
  • Boca Ascesa Val Liona, a football team from Grancona, Italy
  • Sociedade Boca Júnior Futebol Clube, a football (soccer) club based in Cristinápolis, Sergipe, Brazil

In other uses:

  • Bird Observation & Conservation Australia, the former Bird Observers Club of Australia
  • Bloque Obrero Comunista de Andalucía, an Andalusian Communist group
  • Boca Burger, an American brand of vegetarian hamburger
  • BOCA National Property Maintenance Code, a publication created by the Building Officials Code Administrators International (BOCA). See International Building Code

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... Díaz played for the youth teams of Boca Juniors from 2004 and in 2005 he spent time in Spain with Ciudad de Murcia and Villarreal ... He returned to Boca Juniors in 2006 ...
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... A powerful striker, he played for Boca Juniors, Racing Club de Avellaneda and Huracán in Argentina, Genoa in Italy and Millonarios in Colombia ... Nicknamed El Atómico (The Atomic), he started playing in the youth division of Boca Juniors to debut in first division on June 8 of 1941 in the victory against Independiente, and scoring his ... With Boca he won the 1943 and 1944 Argentine leagues, and was the league's top-scorer in 1946 with 24 goals ...
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