Vereiste velden zijn gemarkeerd met *, Bundesliga stadiums Eredivisie stadiums La Liga stadiums Ligue 1 stadiums Premier League stadiums Serie A stadiums Scottish Premiership stadiums, Europe’s Largest Football Stadiums Champions League Final venues Europa League Final venues World Cup Final venues Euros Final venues Latin America’s Largest Football Stadiums. Recommended. [2] It has a capacity of 61,000 spectators, being the second largest stadium of Argentina, after Estadio Monumental. Nomes Nome Estádio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón Apelido El Cilindro: Características Local Avellaneda, Grande Buenos Aires: Gramado Grama natural (105 x70 m) Capacidade 51.389 espectadores Construção Data 1949 a 1950: Custo $ 3.000.000 pesos: Inauguração Data Home » Argentina » Estadio Presidente Perón, By Football Tripper Last Updated: July 27, 2019. It is important to also have a copy of the confirmation email at hand as the card does not tell you which turnstiles to use. Estadio Presidente Perón’s inaugural match was held on the 3rd September 1950 between Racing Club and Velez Sarsfield with the home side christening the newly built stadium with a 1 nil victory in front of over 100,000 fans. Great for parents bringing kids so they can watch footy while kids play with other kids. Getting a ticket for Racing was very tricky. The goal was to build an exemplary 100,000-capacity stadium. Works began in 1946. While being one of Argentina’s largest stadiums, it was never chosen as a venue for any international tournament held in Argentina, mainly due to the competition of nearby Estadio Monumental. Corbatta, Avellaneda, Provincia de Buenos Aires. It’s about 25 minutes from Obelisco. The crazy fans behind the goal put on the usual colourful display of banners and kept the songs going throughout. Questa sezione sull'argomento calcio è ancora vuota. Puedes avisar al redactor principal pegando lo siguiente en su página de discusión: Instituto Atlético Central Córdoba - IACC - Instalaciones, Category:Estadio Juan Domingo Perón (Instituto), https://es.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Estadio_Juan_Domingo_Perón&oldid=128814441, Estadios de fútbol de la provincia de Córdoba (Argentina), Wikipedia:Referenciar (aún sin clasificar), Wikipedia:Artículos con coordenadas en Wikidata, Licencia Creative Commons Atribución Compartir Igual 3.0. The stadium was almost full a log time before kick off. Getting tickets was no problem, the club store at 1650 Lavelle, near the Obelisco where the staff speak a little English and will advise you on the different parts of the ground and give you advice on getting there. But this one is better not only for the capacity but also for the architecture structure. Immagine nel giorno della partita. Address: Pasaje Mozart y O.O. El 15 de agosto de 1951, como parte de los festejos de los 33 años de vida del club, se inauguró este estadio con un encuentro amistoso con el Racing Club de Avellaneda, y pasó a llamarse Estadio Presidente Perón. El Cilindro officially opened on 3 September 1950 with a league match between Racing and Velez Sarsfield (1-0). It is clear that President of Argentina, Juan Domingo Perón (well-known Racing Club supporter) suggested to build the stadium in Retiro neighborhood, near de Buenos Aires downtown. September 1950 Erstes Spiel: 3. I chose to locate myself in the latter. En Córdoba, Instituto fue la única institución que solicitó ampararse en los beneficios de aquella disposición, como con anterioridad lo habían hecho el Racing Club de Avellaneda y el Club Huracán de la Capital Federal. Racing was on the top of the table with 3 games to go so the game against Belgrano was really important and that is why tickets were so popular. El Estadio comenzó a construirse en marzo de 1948, pero demoras y serios problemas de la Empresa Constructora, más los efectos de la inflación hizo que con el dinero recibido solo se pudiera construir la actual tribuna alta sobre la calle Jujuy. The most interesting fact about this stadium is that it’s really near to the city rival’s one. Welcome to stadiumguide.com. The stadium has a capacity of 26,535 of which 13,000 are seated and was opened in 1951. A lot of kids played football on painted on pitches at ground level. Estadio Juan Domingo Presidente Perón, often referred to as El Cilindro, was built between 1947 and 1950. Para adaptarlo a los partidos nocturnos, el club Instituto A.C.C. A seat in the upper tier was 500 Pesos (£25) and were easy to purchase. The debt was then written off by Arturo Frondizi in 1959. Below is a seating plan of Racing's Estadio Presidente Perón: Estadio Presidente Perón is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West. Later additional individual seats were installed and most fences removed. The Estadio Peron is a wonderful old ground and is just what you would expect of an Argentinian stadium. Estadio Presidente Peron replaced Racing’s old ground at the same site, and was made possible by a loan of the Argentine government. It’s placed in South Buenos Aires, in a city called Avellaneda. Known as El Cilindro by fans, the 51,389 capacity stadium was built in the 1950s with funding coming from the local government. El estadio fue inaugurado el 15 de agosto de 1951 y fue construido con la colaboración del gobierno nacional de Juan Domingo Perón. Racing venue was the first stadium to have roof grandstands, after refurbishment made in the 1990s.[3]. Existía una franquicia de dos años en los que solo se pagaba la amortización de intereses y estos se calculaban sobre una tasa del 3% anual. Galleria d'immagini. En el año 1946, bajo la presidencia del General Juan Domingo Perón, el Congreso de la Nación vota la Ley N.º 12.931 en cuyo artículo 23 se faculta al poder Ejecutivo Nacional a disponer de la suma de $ 20 000 000 para otorgar subsidios para la construcción de estadios a Entidades Sociales y Deportivas de todo el país[3]​. It is named after the former Argentine president Juan Perón who loaned the club $1.5 million Pesos during the late 1940s to help build the stadium. You can even see the other stadium (Independiente’s) from the Presidente Peron. La misma se construye de cemento en un largo de 73 metros y con 24 escalones. The Estadio Juan Domingo Perón, popularly known as El Cilindro de Avellaneda, is an association football stadium located in the Avellaneda district of Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina. To this day this shape, which earned it the “Cylinder” nickname, remains unique in the world of football. © FIFAUTeam Copyright 2012-2020 | All FIFA assets property of EA Sports. The sale schedule was released a few days before the game and tickets were only sold on Thursday and Friday. La 'Academia' lidera su zona junto a Nacional de Uruguay, que a la misma hora recibe a Alianza Lima de Perú. The stadium is the home venue of Racing Club.[1]. Estadio Presidente Peron replaced Racing’s old ground at the same site, and was made possible by a loan of the Argentine government. A special committee was created to acquire 30,000 m2 that were owned by railway companies (British-owned by then). People sat everywhere. Het e-mailadres wordt niet gepubliceerd. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Two years before this an improved CCTV system was implemented which allows the club to better monitor spectator safety and incidences of crowd trouble with the translucent roof added in 1995 helping to brighten up both the terraces and playing surface. El partido se juega en el estadio Juan Domingo Perón, en Avellaneda. De cumplirse lo pactado, recién en el año 2000 se habría concluido el pago del préstamo. For more information call +54 4502 7396 or email sedecapital@racingclub.com. It is named after the former Argentine president Juan Perón who loaned the club $1.5 million Pesos during the late 1940s to help build the stadium. Se hizo de cemento, con un largo de 73 m y 24 escalones; se concluyó e inauguró en 1960. The "Presidente Perón" replaced Estadio Alsina y Colón, which was closed in 1947. The stadium was designed by German engineers, some of them with experience in the reconstruction of cities destroyed in the World War II. Racing won the game and is very close to winning another title. Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the stadium. If you wish to avoid navigating the sometimes confusing Buenos Aires bus system, taking a train to Dario Maxi (Santillan y Kosteki) is an alternative. There is a moat around the pitch which is something that I have never seen before at a football stadium. The Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón is a multi-use stadium in Córdoba, Argentina.It is currently used primarily for football matches. [6], In 1993, the Municipality of Avellaneda gave its approval to change the name of Cuyo, one of the streets that surround the stadium. The best football experience ever. The stadium lies about 7 kilometres south of Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires’ microcentro, and about 4 kilometres from the La Boca area. Amazing experience in the “Cilindro” Stadium. The walk from Dario Maxi station to El Cilindro only takes 10 minutes. Club: Racing Club | Opening: 1950 | Capacity: 50,000. Ticket prices can depend on the opponent, but expect to pay from AR$250 t0 AR$400 for a place at one of the terraces and between AR$400 and AR$800 for a seat. The old stadium was demolished while the new venue was inaugurated on September 3, 1950, when Racing beat Vélez Sársfield 1–0. Other buses leave from Plaza Constitucion station (line 100, 148, 98, 45, 154). Tickets can generally be bought at the stadium, the club office at Nogoya 3045 in the west of Buenos Aires, or the club store at Lavalle 1650 in the microcentro. Estádio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón; Foto do estádio em 2013. The name changed to Oreste Corbatta to honor a player who is regarded as the greatest idol in the history of Racing. Really glad I visited this ground and I would recommended anyone to give it a go if they have the chance. En 2008, el Estadio Monumental de Alta Córdoba fue remodelado, contando con la inclusión de modernas cabinas de transmisión y Palcos vip. [5], At international club level, Racing Club played significant matches in Estadio Presidente Perón, such as the 1967 Copa Libertadores final v Club Nacional de Football and the 1967 Intercontinental Cup final v European champion Celtic FC. Como gesto de agradecimiento, la Comisión Directiva del club decidió designar presidente honorario a Juan Domingo Perón y socios honorarios a Eva Duarte de Perón, a Ramón Cereijo, a Juan Atilio Bramuglia y a Miguel Miranda. Essentially staying the same structural size throughout its history, the attendance record was set in the 1967 Intercontinental Cup when an estimated 120,000 fans crammed into El Cilindro to see the final against Celtic. Questa sezione sull'argomento calcio è ancora vuota. Esta instalación fue inaugurada el 27 de diciembre de 1957 en un partido amistoso con el Club Vélez Sarsfield de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. To celebrate that, the club invited FC Bayern Munich (that brought Argentina some of its most notable players such as Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Muller and Sepp Maier) to play a match in the stadium, which was won by Racing 3–2. © 2020 Football Tripper All Rights reserved. If you continue browsing, we will assume that you are happy with this. 1150 pesos for a seat on a long side. L'Estadio Juan Domingo Perón è uno stadio di Avellaneda (Buenos Aires), sede delle partite interne del Racing Avellaneda. encaró la incorporación de la iluminación del estadio. Aiutaci a scriverla! Estadio Presidente Peron replaced Racing’s old ground at the same site, and was made possible by a loan of the Argentine government. The stadium has a capacity of 26,535 of which 13,000 are seated and was opened in 1951. Although there wasn’t a huge crowd, no doubt partially because of the opposition and partly because of Racing’s poor start to the season, there was still a very good atmosphere. I had a perfect view on the stand behind goal where the most passionate fans stood. El Cilindro underwent a large redevelopment between 1995 and 1997, which included the construction of a roof that covered all seats. Known by fans as both “El Cilindro de Avellaneda”, Estadio Presidente Perón is essentially a uniform bowl shape with seating spread out across two-tiers. Frequent trains depart from Plaza Constitucion station (which is on metro line C) for the 8-minute journey. [7], Coordinates: 34°40′03″S 58°22′07″W / 34.66750°S 58.36861°W / -34.66750; -58.36861, Pan American Games held in Argentina that year, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Estadio_Presidente_Juan_Domingo_Perón&oldid=984071843, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 18 October 2020, at 00:27. At the same time, capacity got reduced to its current amount. The game was Racing v Estudiantes and finished goal less in front of a crowd of 23,000 fans. Known as El Cilindro by fans, the 51,389 capacity stadium was built in the 1950s with funding coming from the local government. Officially named after president Juan Domingo Perón, who contributed to its construction, the stadium went through major renovations in 1990s and early 2000s to meet modern standards. Transmite ESPN 2. All the football matches of the competition were held there. El Estadio Juan Domingo Perón, conocido también como Estadio Monumental Presidente Perón, está ubicado en la calle Jujuy 2750 en el barrio Alta Córdoba de la ciudad de Córdoba, provincia de Córdoba, Argentina. It is currently used primarily for football matches. Se instaló un moderno sistema de iluminación con columnas altísimas, lo que evita que su luz moleste al espectador. Its double-tiered stands form an almost perfect circle, with parts cut out in the centre to make enough room for the field. On December 1, 1946, Racing played its last match in the old stadium, vs Rosario Central (a 4–6 defeat). Bue.gov.ar – Official website of the city of Buenos Aires. In order to buy ticket online you need an entry card with your details so you can log on and buy ticket. For example, an estimated 115,000 people were witness of Racing beating Celtic in the second leg of the 1967 Intercontinental Cup final. En esta etapa de consolidación de nuestra Institución, en el Estadio Monumental se decide también la construcción de una tribuna en el Sector Oeste, sobre la Calle Sucre. It was also amusing to me that there were a couple of dogs freely roaming through the crowd on one of the long sides of the stadium. Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón is the home of stadium of Racing Club de Avellaneda who are based within the greater Buenos Aires area and considered to be one of the big five clubs of Argentina. In 1966 an exhibition game against Bayern Munich inaugurated floodlight masts placed around the stadium, but as of today the western tower built back in 1950 remains the tallest part of the stadium with 60 meters. El estadio fue inaugurado el 15 de agosto de 1951 y fue construido con la colaboración del gobierno nacional de Toda esta instalación fue inaugurada el 27 de diciembre de 1957 en un partido amistoso con el Club Atlético Vélez Sarsfield de la Capital Federal, partido que se realizaba como corolario de la transferencia del centro delantero Juan Carlos Sánchez. My ticket seemed to allow me access for the area that La Guardia Imperial are located in and the tier above them. El Estadio Monumental de Alta Córdoba cuenta con innumerables mejoras que crecen día a día; uno de sus últimos logros (2007) fue la construcción de los palcos vip y las cabinas de transmisión radial y televisiva. I get the tickets in the same stadium a day before the game. Afortunadamente, la deuda de ese préstamo fue condonada el 9 de octubre de 1959 (41 años antes del plazo previsto de pago), mediante el Decreto Ley N.º 14.880 del Presidente Guido. Llamil Simes scored the only goal. In return for his support, then Argentine president Péron was made honorary president, his wife Evita honorary member, and the stadium was named in his honour. Purchased a ticket online beforehand. I travelled to the ground by taxi, which cost 100 Pesos (£5) and was dropped off a few minutes walk from the ground. Se decidió más tarde la construcción de una tribuna en el Sector Oeste. Lo stadio Juan Domingo Perón (in spagnolo: Estadio Juan Domingo Perón) è un impianto sportivo della città argentina di Córdoba.Ospita le partite interne dell'Instituto de Córdoba ed ha una capienza di 26 000 spettatori. Aiutaci a scriverla! The first project to build this stadium started in 1944, with the purpose of improving club's facilities. The Estadio Juan Domingo Perón, popularly known as El Cilindro de Avellaneda, is an association football stadium located in the Avellaneda district of Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina.The stadium is the home venue of Racing Club. También, en 2010, los propios hinchas del club tomaron la decisión de pintar ambas cabeceras y la platea preferencial del estadio. Input your search keywords and press Enter. I found a taxi outside the ground after the game no problem, but this time the price was 300 Pesos, the driver did however state the increased price before we left. Las condiciones de amortización del préstamo era de 52 años, mediante el pago de cuotas trimestrales de $14.265 cada una, iguales y consecutivas. Racing Club is the actual league champion so when I went there were about 45.000 fans in the game against Union. Attended Racing vs Godoy Cruz on 31/08/19. In 1951 the Presidente Perón stadium was one of the venues for the Pan American Games held in Argentina that year. Estadio Juan Domingo Presidente Perón, often referred to as El Cilindro, was built between 1947 and 1950. Por expediente N 10.781/47, Instituto solicitó un préstamo de $1 500 000. Lo stadio Juan Domingo Perón (in spagnolo: Estadio Juan Domingo Perón) è un impianto sportivo della città argentina di Córdoba.Ospita le partite interne dell'Instituto de Córdoba ed ha una capienza di 26 000 spettatori. Según se dice, en la gestión de tal condonación intervinieron los Institutenses Sr. Napoli (funcionario del Ministerio de Trabajo de la Nación en Córdoba ) y el Dr. Zanichelli (Legislador y exarquero de Instituto). Storia. Constructed on the site of the club’s former home which was demolished in 1948, the size of the new stadium greatly eclipsed the original which had a capacity of around 30,000. Is the home for the Argentine team Instituto Atlético Central Córdoba [2], Coordinates: 31°23′1.32″S 64°10′49.09″W / 31.3837000°S 64.1803028°W / -31.3837000; -64.1803028, History of Instituto Atlético Central Córdoba, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Estadio_Presidente_Perón&oldid=902982778, Infobox mapframe without OSM relation ID on Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 22 June 2019, at 18:34. The most recent renovations for the stadium occurred in 2004 when the obstructive perimeter fencing between the stands and the pitch was removed, resulting in a more intimate atmosphere. It’s easy to get there. The stadium is very nice and the fans are awesome, exactly what you can expect from Argentinian’s fans. The National Government lent Racing Club the money to finance the construction. Galleria d'immagini. Finally they decided to sell tickets on matchday as well which was handy. L'Estadio Presidente Perón, inaugurato il 3 settembre 1950. El Estadio Juan Domingo Perón, conocido también como Estadio Monumental Presidente Perón. Bus (colectivo) 10 and 17 connect the stadium with Buenos Aires’ microcentro. Storia. In 1966, the club placed light towers. Immagine nel giorno della partita. Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón El Cilindro El Coliseo Spiel Racing gegen River Plate: Daten Ort: Avellaneda, Argentinien: Koordinaten: Koordinaten: 34° 40′ 3,1″ S, 58° 22′ 6,9″ W: Eigentümer: Racing Club Avellaneda Eröffnung: 3. Para adaptarlo a los partidos nocturnos, Instituto encaró la incorporación de la iluminación del Monumental. As gratitude for that, the club executives named Juan Perón honorary president of Racing and his wife Eva Perón honorary member, among some ministers of his cabinet. Latin America’s Largest Football Stadiums. The ride takes approximately 35 minutes and goes through the La Boca neighbourhood. La Mona, como se lo llamaba a Sánchez, jugó en ese partido un tiempo para cada equipo. El préstamo fue concedido por decreto N 5.018 del 20 de febrero de 1948 por la suma de $1 500 000. With increasingly stringent stadium safety legalisation, Estadio Presidente Perón has been characterised by a shrinking capacity over the latter part of 20th century. I was advised by an Argentinian to exercise caution as they don’t get many tourists going there but I never experienced any problems.