Busch Stadium will be the site of its second international
soccer game this year when the Argentine national team faces
Bosnia-Herzogovina on Nov. 18.
An overflow crowd of 48,263 attended Manchester City’s 4-3
exhibition win over rival Chelsea in May.
If Bosnia-Herzogovina fails to qualify for the 2014 World Cup,
it will be replaced by a team to be determined. The country
currently leads Greece in Group G qualifying. The Bosnians host
Lichtenstein on Oct. 11 and play at Lithuania on Oct. 15 to close
out the final round of qualifying.
Argentina is led by FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi and has
already qualified for the World Cup in Brazil next year.