Tag Archives: Stadium

Estadio Ciudad de La Plata

Estadio Ciudad de La Plata is located in La Plata, Argentina, one of the famous football stadium known for novel designs and modern facility. The football stadium is owned and administered by Buenos Aires and provincial government jointly. On June 7, the football stadium was inaugurated, with some planned football construction having not being completed. All users of the football stadium include Estudiantes LP and Gimnasia y Esgrima LP.

In addition, the football stadium also equipped with a small rugby stadium and physical education center. In 1996, the construction project was approved by Executive Branch. One year later, the roof of the football stadium was started to be constructed. After the foundation stone was laid by Eduardo Duhalde and the Mayor of La Plata, Julio Alak, the construction work has started officially.

After the opening in 2003, the football stadium was closed temporarily to transfer the football stadium into an all-seat one, with roof covered all seats.

Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes

Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes is located in Córdoba, Argentina, with a capacity of 57,000. It is widely regarded as a famous football stadium for many domestic and international football competitions, also sometimes for athletics. The Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes was originally built for the 1978 World Cup, accommodating 46,083 spectators although without seats. Although most football teams own their stadiums, they prefer to play football at the stadium for the dimension and comfort level of the football stadium.

In addition to Talleres’ matches and Belgrano’s matches, some home competitions of Argentina national football team. From 2010 to 2011, the football stadium was renovated and remodeled. Then the football stadium was four lower than previous football pitch. Previous scoreboards was also replaced by modern video screens. New open stands were built poor view incurred by the shallow shape of stadium. As a multi-purse football stadium, many large-size rallies, recreational and cultural activities were hold at the football stadium for many times.

Estadio Antonio Vespucio Liberti | Football Stadium

Estadio Antonio Vespucio Liberti, also called River Plate Stadium or El Monumental, is located in the Núñez district of Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a capacity of 62,000. It is took as the home football stadium of the football club River Plate. The football stadium was the main football stadium in the 1951 Pan American Games and the 1978 FIFA World Cup. Besides, four finals of the Copa América have been hosted at the football stadium.

 

Prior to the 1978 World Cup, the football stadium was renovated, allowing 74,624 spectators enjoy wonderful international competitions and minor tournament at a time. In addition to football facility, the stadium also equipped with facilities for tennis, basketball, and other sports. Different with other stadium’s underground football stadium, there is a large parking lot outside the football stadium. In order to keep the pace of increasingly progressed society, the football stadium experience an extensive renovation in many aspects.