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Old May 23rd, 2009, 10:41 PM   #1
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SANTIAGO - Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos (47,000)

Estadio Nacional de Chile

1941 Copa America final venue
1959 FIBA World Championships final venue (the original venue, the Arena Santiago, was not finished in time)
1962 FIFA World Cup Final venue
1976 Davis Cup venue
1983 South American Games main stadium
1991 Copa America Final round matches venue

Has a tennis stadium, a warmup athletics track, an aquatics centre, a gymnasium, and a velodrome within its vicinity.

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Old May 23rd, 2009, 10:43 PM   #2
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Looks like it needs a bit of a touch up, but it's a classic, huge South American stadium nonetheless.
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Old May 23rd, 2009, 10:46 PM   #3
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More pics and info please!
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Old May 24th, 2009, 06:58 AM   #4
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It is in my list of stadiums that need a renovation or upgrade. The stadium apparently has a lot of bleacher seating, and I hate bleacher seating. It is not an American College Football Stadium. Here is another photo of the stadium:

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Old May 26th, 2009, 05:31 PM   #5
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Old May 27th, 2009, 02:05 AM   #6
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Estadio Nacional de Chile

1941 Copa America final venue
1959 FIBA World Championships final venue (the original venue, the Arena Santiago, was not finished in time)
1962 FIFA World Cup Final venue
1976 Davis Cup venue
1983 South American Games main stadium
1991 Copa America Final round matches venue

Has a tennis stadium, a warmup athletics track, an aquatics centre, a gymnasium, and a velodrome within its vicinity.

September 11, 1973 concentration camp after the Military Coup led by Augusto Pinochet

This is an important part of the history of National Stadium of Chile.

from wikipedia:

The Estadio Nacional was used during the 1973 Chilean coup d'état for the internment of 40,000 detainees, between September and November of that year. The field and gallery were used to hold men, while women were held in the swimming pool changing rooms and associated buildings. Locker rooms and corridors were all used as prison facilities while interrogations were carried out in the velodrome.

It is sometimes mistakenly believed that Chilean folk singer and political activist Víctor Jara was murdered at Estadio Nacional. He was actually murdered at the formerly called Estadio Chile, which was renamed in his honor in 2003.

FIFA president of the time Sir Stanley Rous insisted the USSR team to play a World Cup qualifier at the time. The Soviets naturally refused and Chile were qualified for the 1974 World Cup, where they failed to advance from a group coming third containing both FR Germany and the GDR as well as Australia.

The documentary film, Estadio Nacional, was based on the stadium and its use during the coup d'état.

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Old May 27th, 2009, 04:41 AM   #7
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One other stadium has been used as an internment camp. It was the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna, Austria during World War II. Stadiums shouldn't serve as concentration camps because that is one way that a stadium can be abused.
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Old June 3rd, 2009, 03:50 AM   #9
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Old June 13th, 2009, 06:06 PM   #10
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why? they are authorized fireworks motivated by the final of the national championship.


Photos of the last game celebrated in the national stadium, Chile versus Bolivia:

http://www.fotos.emol.com/categorias...es&G_ID=10441#

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El nuevo estadio Nacional!!!! 60.000

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Old June 16th, 2009, 04:26 AM   #12
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The roof is exactly the same than in Rome :


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I don't know. The National Stadium's roof shouldn't look similar to any other stadium's roofs. And I always wanted to build a ring of luxury boxes on the top of the stadium's stands. But that would be a difficult, as the addition of luxury boxes would require the stadium's ground print to be enlarged. And is there a press box on the stadium's west portion?
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inaguracion marzo de 2010


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I don't know. The National Stadium's roof shouldn't look similar to any other stadium's roofs. And I always wanted to build a ring of luxury boxes on the top of the stadium's stands. But that would be a difficult, as the addition of luxury boxes would require the stadium's ground print to be enlarged. And is there a press box on the stadium's west portion?

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Old June 17th, 2009, 01:43 AM   #16
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More than 40 million dolars of investment.

It will be inaugurated on July 2010.

It will look similar to the Berlin olympic stadium.
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Old June 17th, 2009, 01:55 AM   #17
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have they started working on this??
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Old June 17th, 2009, 04:30 AM   #18
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If only they could remove the press box and the existing roof above it. to make way for the new roof. Anyway, the renovation will consist of the roof covering all the stands, installation of seats around the whole stadium, a new state-of-the-art scoreboard, the track and field being lowered by 2 metres, and the exterior may be painted white. The stadium closes for the renovation on August 15. I don't know if the renovation can be completed in just one year.

And one more thing: The stadium does not look similar to the Berlin Olympic Stadium because the Berlin Olympic Stadium has a gap in the west end and this stadium does not. The new roof should have been a cross between Rome's and Berlin's Olympic Stadiums.
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Old June 17th, 2009, 11:16 PM   #19
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Gobierno anunciará millonaria inversión en el Nacional

Los trabajos de remodelación se iniciarían después de que Chile enfrente a Venezuela por las eliminatorias, y la reinauguración está fijada para el 3 de marzo de 2010. La ANFP ya preguntó por el Monumental, mientras que en la U no se dan por enterados.

El próximo lunes, a las 10:30 horas, en el Estadio Nacional, la Presidenta Michelle Bachelet anunciará uno de los proyectos más importantes de su último año de gobierno: la remodelación del recinto ñuñoíno, que implicará un costo de seis mil millones de pesos.

La noticia fue dada a conocer anoche por radio Bío-Bío, que informó que entre los cambios que sufrirá el Nacional está el de bajar la cancha entre 1,20 y dos metros, cambiar todos los asientos y pintarlos de azul, blanco y rojo, y comprar un marcador electrónico de última generación, entre otras (ver secundario).

La idea de La Moneda es que el recinto sea reinaugurado el 3 de marzo de 2010, con un partido amistoso entre la selección nacional y Sudáfrica (que será fecha FIFA). Es decir, una semana antes del término del mandato de Michelle Bachelet.

Todo esto ya está en conocimiento de la ANFP. Tanto así que ayer el presidente de ese organismo suspendió un viaje al extranjero luego de recibir la invitación de la Presidenta de la República para asistir al acto en que se presentará la maqueta.

Sólo ahí se sabrán varios detalles que aún no están confirmados.

Fuentes del Ministerio de Obras Públicas señalaron anoche que no está plenamente establecida la magnitud de los cambios que se realizarán en el Nacional. "El tema central es el tipo de trabajos que estime la Presidenta que hay que realizar. Pueden ser grandes o medianas obras, empezar luego o después de que ella se retire, y eso aún no se decide y lo tiene que anunciar ella", comentaron en la cartera.

En cuanto a la fecha de inicio de los trabajos también hay cierta incógnita. Según lo señalado por Bío-Bío, sería el 15 de agosto, lo que implicaría que el Nacional no podría albergar los dos últimos encuentros eliminatorios de Chile: ante Venezuela (5 de septiembre) y frente a Ecuador (13 de octubre), por lo que la Roja actuaría como local en el estadio Monumental.

Contra Venezuela, en Ñuñoa

Sin embargo, el gerente de comunicaciones de la ANFP, Claudio Olmedo, señaló que "sólo el partido con Ecuador se jugará en el Monumental. Ante Venezuela la selección actuará en el Nacional". Esto se condice con el anuncio hecho ayer por el presidente del fútbol chileno, Harold Mayne-Nicholls, quien sostuvo que existe la autorización "para sacar la reja de todo el Estadio Nacional para el próximo partido". El directivo conversó al respecto con el ministro del Interior, Edmundo Pérez Yoma.

Colo Colo facilita el Monumental para la Roja y la U se llena de dudas

En la mañana de ayer, la ANFP envió un oficio a Colo Colo consultando por la capacidad y distribución del recinto, en una potente señal de que la Roja volverá a presentarse en el Estadio Monumental por primera vez desde aquella recordada goleada por 6-0 sobre Venezuela en 1997, por las clasificatorias del Mundial de Francia 98.

La solicitud fue bien acogida por el club albo, que ya se había manifestado dispuesto a facilitar el recinto dos años atrás. Esa vez, la ANFP desechó la idea, pues el arriendo del Nacional costaba más barato y ofrecía perspectivas de ingresos superiores.

Hoy, el escenario es otro, pues existe un acuerdo entre Colo Colo y la ANFP para que éste pague parte de su deuda histórica con el organismo a través de un generoso descuento en el arriendo de su estadio.

"Además, los ingresos para la ANFP pueden ser superiores, pues el Monumental tiene más cantidad de asientos en el sector de tribunas Océano y Cordillera, que son locaciones más caras", comentó una alta fuente del Cacique.

En Blanco y Negro destacan que la cancha está perfecta. "Ni siquiera habría que resembrarla", dicen, y ven ésta como una magnífica oportunidad de destacar los arreglos que la concesionaria ha hecho en el recinto de Macul.

La buena disposición alba contrasta fuertemente con la fuerte preocupación que provocó en Universidad de Chile la noticia de los arreglos en el Nacional.

Como se sabe, los azules ya han tenido desencuentros con Chiledeportes luego de que este organismo decidiera construir una cancha de hockey césped en el terreno donde hoy se ubica el Caracol Azul.

Federico Valdés, presidente de Azul Azul, admitió que ya conocía algunos detalles del proyecto, pero se mostró absolutamente sorprendido por las fechas, pues la U se quedaría sin un lugar donde hacer de local en el Clausura -y la Sudamericana, si clasifica- si el estadio se cierra después del duelo contra Venezuela, en octubre. "Imagino que hasta que terminen las clasificatorias no habrá cierre del estadio. No hemos tenido ninguna comunicación oficial", declaró el dirigente a Terra.cl.

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Government will announce the multimillion dollar investment in the National Stadium.

The remodeling work will begin after that Chile faces Venezuela in the playoffs, and the reopening is scheduled for March 3, 2010. The ANFP has asked about the Monumental, while the U (team nickname) are not told.

On Monday at 10:30 am in the National Stadium, President Michelle Bachelet announced one of the most important projects of his last year of government: the refurbishment of the premises ñuñoíno, involving a cost of six billion pesos .

The news was announced last night by Radio Bío-Bío, who reported that the changes will suffer the National is to lower the pitch between 1.20 and two meters, change all the seats and painted blue, white and red, Bookmark and purchase electronic equipment, among others (see side).

The idea of the coin is that the site is 3 March 2010, with a friendly match between South Africa and the national team (which is dated FIFA). Ie, a week before the end of the term of Michelle Bachelet.

All this is already known to the ANFP. So much so that yesterday the president of the agency suspended a trip abroad after receiving the invitation from the President of the Republic to attend the event which will be presented in the model.

Just know there are several details that are not yet confirmed.

Sources at the Ministry of Public Works indicated last night that is not fully established the extent of the changes that take place in the National. "The central theme is the kind of work which the President deems to be accomplished. They can be large or medium works, then start or after it is withdrawn, and that is not decided yet and we have to announce it," commented in the portfolio.

As to the date of commencement of work there are some unknowns. As pointed out by Bío-Bío, would be August 15, which would mean that National could not hold the last two meetings eliminatory of Chile: in Venezuela (September 5) and against Ecuador (October 13), so that act as local Red in the Monumental stadium.

Against Venezuela, at Ñuñoa

However, the communications manager for the ANFP, Claudio Olmedo said "only the match with Ecuador will be played in the Monumental. In Venezuela selection act in the National." This is consistent with the announcement yesterday by the president of the Chilean football, Harold Mayne-Nicholls, who said that there is authorization to remove the fence around the National Stadium for the next game. " The managers in discussions with the Interior Minister Edmundo Perez Yoma.

Colo Colo easy for the Red Monumental and U are full of doubt

On the morning of yesterday, sent a motion to ANFP Colo Colo consulting capacity and the distribution of the compound, a potent sign that the Red will return to the Monumental Stadium for the first time since that win by 6-0 on remembered Venezuela in 1997, qualifying for the World Cup of France 98.

The request was welcomed by the club albo, already expressed readiness to facilitate the site two years ago. This time, the ANFP dismissed the idea because the rental National offers lower cost and higher expected revenue.

Today the scenario is different, as there is an agreement between Colo Colo and ANFP pay for it part of its historical debt to the body through a generous discount on their stadium lease.

"In addition, revenues for ANFP may be higher because the amount of Monumental has more seats in the grandstands of Ocean and Mountains, which are more expensive locations," said a high source of Cacique.

White and Black emphasize that the stadium is perfect. "Even should resembrarla" they say, and they see it as a great opportunity to arrange that the dealership has done in the precincts of Macul.

The readiness alba contrasts sharply with the strong concern that resulted in the University of Chile reported on the National arrangements.

As we know, the blues have had disagreements with Chiledeportes after that body decided to build a hockey stadium in the lawn area where today is located the Caracol Azul.

Federico Valdés, president of Blue Blue (fan group), he admitted that he knew few details of the project, but was quite surprised by the timing, because the U is left without a place to make the local-and Closure Sudamericana, if classified if the stadium was closed after the duel against Venezuela in October. "I imagine that until the end there will be no closing of the qualifying stage. We have not had any official communication," said a leader Terra.cl.
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After August 209, frequent updates are needed of the Estadio Nacional's reconstruction. The reconstruction has to be done within one year. Refreshing the playing area and inserting a moat would require the stadium's first few rows of seating to e removed.
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