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It is a stadium that brings back impressions of the 30s and 50s. Built 100 years after the constitution was established in Uruguay and hosted the world cup that Uruguay won. It feels old as it enters its 9th decade but this feeling is what...More
This stadium is a world class football stadium designated by FIFA, and has been used by Uruguay National Football Team. When I visited the stadium, the hallways inside the stadium complex were filled with photos, cups, trophies, news clippings and all sorts of memorabilia. When...More
This is an older stadium but very well kept located at the edge of the main city park. There is lots of parking and the museum (worth a visit if you are a football fan). We were lucky enough to stop by and were allowed...More
Being a huge soccer fan, it was an honor for me to visit this place! So iconic from a perspective of Uruguayan Football. Quite a pristine field and to note that this was where the finals for the very first FIFA World Cup was held....More
For anyone vaguely interested in football the Centenario is a great place to visit. It was easy to get to by bus from Plaza de la Independencia (15 minutes). We got off next to the Parque Centenario and admired the impressive statue before entering the...More
After doing 3 other stadium tours while in South America, this one was without doubt the best. Museum was very interesting not only for Uruguayan fans but there was also a lot of World Cup memorabilia. The actual stadium was great too from the inside...More
I like this stadium so much. Because the stadium has four Grandstand separated by four lanes. The main one is the Olympic Tribune (and lower Platea known as Olympic), which is named so because the team had won two Olympic championships in a row (1924...More
The museum (UYU150 entrance fee) is very interesting and contains paintings, pictures, drawings, trophies, balls, all related to the Uruguay National Squad.
There are also mentions about the first World Cup (hosted and won by Uruguay) and the World Cup of 1950 when the Uruguyan...More