National football (soccer) team of Argentina. Translates to mean "white and sky blue." Argentines also refer to the team as La Seleccion. Their primary uniform colors are white and sky blue. Their players also tend to sport wild hairstyles and massive cocaine addictions (see, e.g., Diego Maradona).
Argentina is a proud soccer nation, and their team, Albicelestes, have won two World Cup titles, in 1978 and 1986.