Latin America is not only known for the excellent athletes who stand out in the world. The holy land of footballers, the football stadiums found on the continent have nothing to envy the most renowned in Europe. Let’s see these spectacular works of art. I present the 6 best stadiums in Latin America where the top stars of this sport played, such as Leo Messi , Paolo Guerrero and many more.
National Stadium of Lima
The National Stadium of Peru, commonly known as the José Díaz Stadium, Lima National Stadium or National Stadium for short, is a multifunctional stadium located near Santa Beatriz in the Lima region and belongs to the name of the capital region of Peru.
Capacity: 50,000 people.
Brasilia National Stadium
The Brasilia Mane Garrincha National Stadium is a multifunctional stadium located in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil. It was opened in 1974 and after the last renovation in 2013, it has a capacity for 72,800 spectators. It hosted the 2016 Olympics.
Capacity: 72,800 people.
Chivas Stadium, known for sponsorship reasons as Akron Stadium – is a sports venue owned by Club Deportivo Guadalajara , located in the municipality of Zapopan, located west of the Guadalajara metropolitan area in Jalisco, Mexico. It was completed on July 29, 2010.
Capacity: 49,850 people.
Arena Fonte Nova Stadium
Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova is a soccer stadium located in Salvador Bahia, Brazil, owned by the Bahia state government and used by Esporte Clube Bahía and occasionally by Esporte Clube Vitória. A novelty in Brazilian soccer stadiums is the construction of parking lots within them.
Capacity: 51,614 people.
Unique Stadium of La Plata
The Estadio La Plata is located in La Plata, Argentina. It is also widely known by the old name of Estadio Único and is owned by the province of Buenos Aires. It belongs to the cabinet minister, and its executive director is Felipe Vismara.
Capacity: 53,000 people.
National Stadium of Costa Rica
The National Stadium of Costa Rica is a venue for a variety of sporting and administrative purposes. It is the main venue for soccer practices and track and field games for the country’s national team. It is the most modern and technologically advanced soccer stadium in Central America and the Caribbean
Capacity: 35,100 people.