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Argentinean stadiums:

ARGENTINA:

Bombonera stadium:
City: Buenos Aires
Capacity: 65.000






River Plate stadium:
City: Buenos Aires
Capacity: 80.000






Mar del Plata stadium:
City: Mar del Plata
Capacity: 45.000




Rosario Central stadium:
City: Rosario
Capacity: 50.000






Velez Sarsfield stadium: (old pic)
City: Buenos Aires
Capacity: 70.000




Château Carreras stadium:
City: Cordoba
Capacity: 45.000



Malvinas Argentinas stadium: (old pic)
City: Mendoza
Capacity: 40.000






Ciudad de Salta stadium:
City: Salta
Capacity: 35.000




Independiente de Avellaneda stadium:
City: Avellaneda
Capacity: 45.000


under construction, done in 2006


Racing Club de Avellaneda stadium:
City: Avellaneda
Capacity: 75.000




Estadio Unico: (brazilian model and Martin Palermo's wife)
City: La Plata
Capacity:65.000






Ciudad de la Plata stadium:
Cty: La Plata
Capacity:65.000



(roof under construction)


Orfeo Arena:
City: Cordoba

 

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I'm sorry to say that these stadiums are about the ugliest stadiums I have ever seen! Martin Palermo's wife is pretty though...
 

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DooMSireN said:
The only ones i'm not a fan of is the last one and the Château Carreras stadium, the rest however are great imo :)

I agree, anyway Château Carreras is very nice stadium, unfortunatelly the photo is not clear

I can show you another one, but smaller
 

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Cabman said:
Thanks for posting these. It's always good to see stadiums from another country. Which ones were used in the 1978 world cup?
River Plate stadium
Velez Sarsfield stadium
Malvinas Argentinas stadium
Château Carreras stadium
Rosario Central stadium
Mar del Plata stadium

take a look:


Spain vs Brazil in Mar del Plata, during the world cup, you can see ... Spanish flags everywhere, it seems local
 

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Larry said:
I agree, anyway Château Carreras is very nice stadium, unfortunatelly the photo is not clear

I can show you another one, but smaller
That second picture you've shown does look nicer than the first one you've shown, though this one i think shows what its meant to look like :)


I much prefer it looking like this :) because of this I change my original post to being just the last stadium you posted that I don't particularly like.
 

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Aren't you putting the capacity of some of these stadiums a little high?

For instance, I've never seen La Bombonera acreditted with a capacity greater than 60.000 before. And the River Plate stadium I've only seen around 56.000. Also the Vélez stadium is usually attriobuted a capacity of around 50.000...

I like Bombonera a lot though, and the new stadiums look really good. By the way, when did Racing Club stadium get a roof?
 

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Its basically great and poor venues at the same time.

Some of them must be fantastic places when full but really, they probably rarely are. Most would appear old and very outdated for facilities etc and I doubt any of them would pass european safety standards.
 
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