Estadio Campeon del Siglo, Montevideo

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Estadio Campeón del Siglo is a football stadium in Montevideo, Uruguay. It will be hosting most of the matches of Peñarol. The stadium can hold up to 40,000 people.
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Montevideo's central neighborhoods offer plenty of hostels for budget-minded travelers, as well as a good selection of mid-range hotels for visitors looking for a bit more space and privacy. Luxury rooms are harder to come by, especially if you arrive without a reservation. If you want to indulge your every desire, your best bet is the waterfront area, where you can find four- and five-star hotels offering all the modern amenities you need, including complimentary bicycles and car rental services.
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  • This is the best stadium at uruguay. Not near at downtown. Really have good concept and show modern.  more »
  • We visited the stadium where this team from a country with 3 million population has won the championship 15 times.It is big,with lots of light blue and yellow colors.Uruguay has produced some of the w...  more »
  • Stopped by the stadium as part of a shore excursion from a cruise ship. Meaningful and historic stadium for football (soccer). First FIFA championship held here. Learned why Uruguay teams have four st...  more »
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  • This is the 1st world class stadium build in Uruguay since we build the estadio "Centenario" in 1930 opening the same on july 18th 1930 to celebrate 100 years of the declaration of the independence. Since then this is the FIRST and only other stadium capable of hosting a fifa or world class event. Or fruit of the biggest and oldest team in URUGUAY. C.A.P.O. C.C.R.R.U.C. 1891. Best thing ever.
  • Nothing like "home", for us manyas.
  • Beautiful stadium
  • Grande Manya! !!