Estadio Libertadores de America, Avellaneda

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The Estadio Libertadores de América is a stadium located in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires Province. It is home to the Argentine football club Independiente. The stadium was officially named only as recently as 2005, having been previously known simply as Estadio de Independiente or La Doble Visera de Cemento ("The double cement visor") because of the two roofs overhanging the spectators.The original stadium, located at Ricardo Bochini 751/83, was built in 1928 and had a capacity of 52,823 with 27,863 seats. La Doble Visera, as it was popularly known, was the first cement stadium built in South America, and would host all international finals Independiente played as local team (7 of the Copa Libertadores, 3 of the Intercontinental Cups, 2 of the Supercopa Sudamericanas and 2 of the Interamericanas Cup) as well as many Argentina international matches, mostly in the 1930s and 1940s.ReconstructionIn December 2006 the stadium was shuttered, and demolished the following year. The rebuilt stadium was inaugurated on October 28, 2009, in a match against Colón de Santa Fe of the Argentine First Division championship (Apertura 2009). The new, European style stadium has a capacity of roughly 48,069 seats. It also features large digital screens, a restaurant with panoramic view of the pitch, a club museum, offices and conference facilities, and a shopping centre.
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  • My childhood was spent between the globe Sunday with my dad and the rest in the CAI where running, playing and swimming in the Olympic pool of lamb Street today Bochini. Although still missing some detail this Palace of the King is breathtaking and I thank for having lived to see it. I went through it from top to bottom and I saw from 360 degrees toodo well, unbeatable until today. The supplemental would be getting close place to Park, perhaps on land leased from the rock or neighbors buy their places and then you would already have all the more that you can ask.
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  • Although it is a stadium that even subtraction end, you can see the game from any of the sectors. The accesses are not the best but do not depend on the club but municipal management that does not improve the streets of Schloss. Hold the Red!
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  • The stadium is in Avellaneda (which is one of the towns that make up the Conurbado Nonaerense, or as we would say in Brazil Buenos Aires metropolitan region), South of BsAs. Not far away, and you can take the train (unless corrected, get off at station Maxi and Dario), although I have caught a taxi and the price was approximately 140 pesos, leaving the Center (near the Congreso). Is neighbor (that's right, exactly on the side) of your archrival, the Racing Club de Avellaneda. So a good tip is to know both. When I went, the walk in the stadium of Racing just would start from 14 hours, and were still 11:30, then only the photographed on the outside. Already in own Libertadores de América was asked only to wait a few minutes while out of school students Club (another surprise, the Club has a school with classes that are equivalent to our elementary and high school) so that we started the tour. The ride itself is free (a parent you expect your son in the output even joked that ' el rey de copas on the cobra ', picking rivals), but does not include anything beyond the same visit (no guide talking about history, not much information beyond what you ask) but this in itself is already a lot to those who love football. Who was with us was an employee of the Club, which allowed photo in traves, lawn, bench, asking only to keep the belongings on the lawn, not stepping on the lines and care related to conservation. Anyway, point out too. I felt a shopkeeper of the street where the stadiums was a bit prejudiced us, identifying us as Brazilians, to not let us in with in store giving a lame excuse, but it didn't erase the good reception they gave us at the headquarters of Rojo. On the way back, I felt that the driver was going around thinking that we don't meet the region (which is not as target of tourists). I saw that tried to demonstrate offense when questioned with the map. So, we're done spending more with the return of what would be necessary, because we were in La Boca, which is closer. On the way, by the way, the taxi driver also said not knowing for sure the way to go, because I didn't know stadiums in the vicinity. Obviously it was also a ' migue ', because the two stadiums are very well known and he was entering contramãos and moving away more and more of the stadiums. Were virtually the only time we've had problems with taxi, I think due to being a sought-after destination. In short, those basic care, but nothing that prevents you from knowing these two stadiums.
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  • Cool stadium with the best view possible as it has been redone recently although it looks like it still misses a few details here and there. Los hinchas are not that noisy but all in all, a very cool experience!
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  • One of the most beautiful in Argentina stages and South America. Place that knew how to host major milestones and achievements that enrich the wonderful story of the club several times champion of America. The hell of the devil of Avellaneda, and is lovely
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  • Luckily, already finished and balanced. Giant screens are missing. Well thought of eviction and fast.
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