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Between November 17 and December 8, 2015 will be held in Chile World Cup FIFA U-17, where the top 24 teams in the world will meet in this category.

The championship will be held on 8 sites, some of which are already built and other remodeled.

For more information, visit the South American forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1737580; and the Chilean forum: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1334007

The stadiums, from north to south are:

La Portada de La Serena Stadium
City: La Serena
Capacity: 18.501 all seated (100% abutacado)
Home team: Deportes La Serena (Second división*)
Year: Under construction.
Link : http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=115447611#post115447611
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Francisco Sánchez Rumoso Stadium
City: Coquimbo
Capacity: 18.750 all seater (100% abutacado.)
Home team: Coquimbo Unido (second división*)
Year: 2008**
Link:http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=657560
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Sausalito Stadium
City: Viña del Mar
Capacity: 23.423 all seated (100% abutacado)
Home team: Evertón (second división*)
Year: Under construction
Link:http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1599914
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Municipal de La Florida Stadium
City: La Florida
Capacity: 12.000 all seated (100% abutacado)
Home team: Audax Italiano (first división)
Year: 2008**
Link: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=649588
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Fiscal de Talca Stadium
City: Talca
Capacity: 8.324*** all seater (100% abutacado)
(***First stage, the second stage includes a capacity of 16000)
Home team: Rangers de Talca (second división*)
Year: 2011** (first stage)
Link: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1197581
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First stage (corresponding to the official gallery and front)


Nelson Oyarzún Stadium
City: Chillán
Capacity: 12.000 all seater (100% abutacado)
Home teaml: Ñublense (primera división)
Year: 2008**
Link:http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=625433
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Ester Roa Stadium
City: Concepción
Capacity: 33.000 all seated (100% abutacado)
Home teaml: Universidad de Concepción (first división)
year: En construcción
Link:http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1503533
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Chinquihue Stadium
City: Puerto Montt
Capacity: 10.000 all seated (100% abutacado)
Home team: Deportes Puerto Montt (third división*)
Year: 2012**
Link:http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=661206
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PS: This stadium is one of the few oceanfront, so for remodeling was required to leave the sea and free Tenglo Island

* Officially called "First B" to the Chilean second division and is called "second division" that really would be the third division. I put "second division" to refer to the First "B" for the foreign forum members are not confused.

** The year given corresponds to the last restyling.



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The view from La Florida stadium is gorgeous. Some great little stadium!
Yes, it's a beautiful stadium, as well as being great for watching football, has very good slope and visibility. In addition, by having the system high stands, does not require bars to interrupt visibility.

The stadium Nelson Oyarzun is his twin, designed by the same architects, with the same characteristics.

You definately has the most modern stadiums in southamerica (if we for a moment forgets the expensive new 12 in Brazil)
Thank you. I think it's not only modern, but also great venues to watch the sport (I've been to some of them). All stages of this World Cup, FIFA meet all standards. And the stringent earthquake-resistant requirements of our country.

Beautiful but a little small. Venezuela has also modern stadiums and biggest (even if they were not all completed for Copa America 2007).

http://www.worldstadiums.com/south_america/countries/venezuela.shtml
It seems that not all stadiums you point meet FIFA standards.
I think the size of stadiums Venezuela was a big mistake, especially considering it is not a country with so many football fans.
Today most of these stadiums were as white elephants after the america cup. They are expensive to maintain and are not justified for the amount of average age.

In Chile we reasonably caracterisamos for spending public resources, so would not have been doing very well seen bigger than required stages.

Chinquihue is beautiful.
I think so too. It is more a survey of http://stadiumdb.com/ page, I was chosen among the ten best and most beautiful stadiums in the world (he was elected in place 6). (link: http://www.plataformaarquitectura.cl...dios-del-2013/)

I think it's a stadium very own identity, by retaining direct sea view, which also had the old Stadium.

It's my favorite stadium, more photos:




Source: http://www.plataformaarquitectura.c...montt-entre-los-10-mejores-estadios-del-2013/

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It seems that not all stadiums you point meet FIFA standards.
I think the size of stadiums Venezuela was a big mistake, especially considering it is not a country with so many football fans.
Today most of these stadiums were as white elephants after the america cup. They are expensive to maintain and are not justified for the amount of average age.

In Chile we reasonably caracterisamos for spending public resources, so would not have been doing very well seen bigger than required stages.
I agree with you but stadium capacities for a a WC U17 and Copa America are not the same.
 

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It has been revealed the official logo of the U-17 World Cup FIFA Chile 2015






Presentation of U-17 World Cup FIFA Chile 2015: La Serena, Coquimbo, Viña del Mar, Santiago, Talca, Chillán, Concepción and Puerto Montt

 

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Definitive stadiums of the 2015 U17 World Cup:

La Serena - Estadio La Portada (18,501)


Coquimbo - Estadio Francisco Sánchez Rumoroso (18,750)


Viña del Mar - Estadio Sausalito (21,759)


Santiago - Estadio Nacional (48,665)


Talca - Estadio Fiscal (8,324)

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Chillán - Estadio Nelson Oyarzún (12,000)


Concepción - Estadio Ester Roa Rebolledo (30,261)


Puerto Montt - Estadio Chinquihue (10,000)
 

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The 24 Qualified teams:

October 17 - November 8 | 52 matches | 8 hosts cities | 24 teams

The official draw was realized on the past Augusth 6th in Santiago, Chile:

The groups:
 

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Second day's matches:
Group C
Sunday, october 18:
Germany 4 - 1 Australia
Chillán

Sunday, october 18:
Mexico 2 - 0 Argentina
Chillán

Group D
Sunday, october 18:
Belgium 0 - 0 Mali
Talca

Sunday, october 18:
Honduras 1 - 3 Ecuador
Talca
 
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