Estadio Municipal de Chinquihue - Puerto Montt Chile

Chinquihue Municipal Stadium (also called Regional) is a campus located in the city of Puerto Montt, Chile belongs to the Municipality of that city. This building was opened in January 1982 on the occasion of a national tournament Anfa. It disputing parties that Puerto Montt Sports Club play at home in the Chilean Football League Second Division Professional.

Its capacity is 6,000 spectators.

As the team's stadium southernmost Chile, is the southernmost professional stadium Chile.

Chile was the first stadium to have artificial turf professional.

This stadium was modified between 2009 and 2010, with the reopening in a Cup match against Chile Catholic University, the result of the meeting was in favor of albiverdes, who won that game 4-2. With a maximum capacity of approximately 5,000 spectators.

The site is currently under total reconstruction, which will cost nearly $ 7,000 million. Includes the installation of 10,000 seats, roof, green areas, parking, lighting and a design that will favor the view to the Tenglo sector. The work is part of the Bicentennial Stadiums Network, highlighting a modern design that will meet all standards FIFA.2 Currently this list only the first phase with a capacity of approximately 5,000 people.

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Copyright: Luis A. Romero Pavez (Wro Ke N)
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13000x6500
Taken: 23/02/2012
Uploaded: 26/03/2012
Updated: 27/03/2015


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