Argentina National

CAPACITY :

67,664

CONSTRUCTED :

1938

Argentina National is used for regular international matches, for the national football team?s home games. The Estadio Monumental hosted seven games during the 1978 World Cup, including the World Cup Final.

Buenos Aires East

CAPACITY :

51,389

CONSTRUCTED :

1903

Buenos Aires East is used for regular team football in Argentina?s top league. The Estadio Juan Domingo Peron hosted 115,000 people for the second leg of the 1967 Intercontinental Cup Final, as they beat Celtic.

Buenos Aires North

CAPACITY :

67,664

CONSTRUCTED :

1938

Buenos Aires North is used for regular team football in Argentina?s top league. The Estadio Monumental hosted seven games during the 1978World Cup, including the World Cup Final.

Buenos Aires South

CAPACITY :

49,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1940

Buenos Aires South is often referred to as the Chocolate Box, is located in the La Boca district of Buenos Aires. The La Bombonera Stadium regularly hosts a top team, in the Argentina football league.

Buenos Aires West

CAPACITY :

49,540

CONSTRUCTED :

1943

Buenos Aires West is used for regular team football in Argentina?s top league. The Estadio Jose Amalfitani is located in the Liniers neighbourhood, of the capital, it hosted three matches during the 1978 World Cup.

Argentina National

CAPACITY :

67,664

CONSTRUCTED :

1938

Argentina National is used for regular international matches, for the national football team?s home games. The Estadio Monumental hosted seven games during the 1978 World Cup, including the World Cup Final.

Buenos Aires East

CAPACITY :

51,389

CONSTRUCTED :

1903

Buenos Aires East is used for regular team football in Argentina?s top league. The Estadio Juan Domingo Peron hosted 115,000 people for the second leg of the 1967 Intercontinental Cup Final, as they beat Celtic.

Buenos Aires North

CAPACITY :

67,664

CONSTRUCTED :

1938

Buenos Aires North is used for regular team football in Argentina?s top league. The Estadio Monumental hosted seven games during the 1978World Cup, including the World Cup Final.

Buenos Aires South

CAPACITY :

49,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1940

Buenos Aires South is often referred to as the Chocolate Box, is located in the La Boca district of Buenos Aires. The La Bombonera Stadium regularly hosts a top team, in the Argentina football league.

Buenos Aires West

CAPACITY :

49,540

CONSTRUCTED :

1943

Buenos Aires West is used for regular team football in Argentina?s top league. The Estadio Jose Amalfitani is located in the Liniers neighbourhood, of the capital, it hosted three matches during the 1978 World Cup.

Argentina National

CAPACITY :

67,664

CONSTRUCTED :

1938

Argentina National is used for regular international matches, for the national football team?s home games. The Estadio Monumental hosted seven games during the 1978 World Cup, including the World Cup Final.

Buenos Aires East

CAPACITY :

51,389

CONSTRUCTED :

1903

Buenos Aires East is used for regular team football in Argentina?s top league. The Estadio Juan Domingo Peron hosted 115,000 people for the second leg of the 1967 Intercontinental Cup Final, as they beat Celtic.

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