5 best stadiums in Uruguay

Best Stadiums in Uruguay

Football is woven into the fabric of Uruguay and its people, making the stadiums where these games occur all the more special.

In this blog post, we'll look at the five best football stadiums in Uruguay.

Estadio Centenario

The Estadio Centenario, constructed in 1930 to host the first World Cup, is arguably Uruguay's most iconic stadium. It's also the country's national stadium.

Since then, it has hosted numerous major tournaments, including the 1950 World Cup, and has also been the venue for the finals of four Copa America.

With a seating capacity of 80,000, the Estadio Centenario is a formidable stadium that offers excellent views of the pitch.

Estadio Campeón del Siglo

Estadio Campeón del Siglo is a modern football stadium located in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay. It serves as the home stadium of Club Atlético Peñarol, one of the country's most successful football clubs.

The stadium opened in 2016 and has a seating capacity of 40,000. The Uruguayan national team played football here while the Estadio Centenario went under renovation in 2021.

Estadio Gran Parque Central

The Estadio Gran Parque Central is the largest stadium in Montevideo and is the home ground of Club Atlético Club Nacional de Football.

The Uruguayan national team has played its second-most home games in this stadium. It is also one of the oldest, initially constructed in 1900. The venue hosted the 1930 World Cup match between the United States and Belgium.

With a seating capacity of 34,000, the Estadio Gran Parque Central is a historical pitch that is not to be missed by any football fan.

Estadio Luis Tróccoli

Estadio Luis Tróccoli is a football stadium located in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay.

It serves as the home stadium of Primera División club CA Cerro.

Opened in 1964, it is one of Uruguay's larger stadiums with up to 25,000 fans.

Atilio Paiva Olivera

Atilio Paiva Olivera Stadium is a football stadium located in the city of Rivera, Uruguay. It's one of the biggest stadiums in the country, with a capacity of 27,000 spectators.

The ground hosted the 1995 Copa America quarter-finals match between Argentina and Brazil.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Marcelo Campi

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