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Estadio Libertadores de America: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The Estadio Libertadores de America was built in the 1920s. It is Independiente's 7th ground, having previously played at various other sites around Avellaneda.

Estadio Libertadores De America

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 27.June 2022 — 3min read

History and description

In the early 1960s, when the club was facing financial difficulties, it was decided to build a new ground. The Estadio Libertadores de America was built in the 1920s and is Independiente's seventh ground. It originally played at various other sites around Avellaneda before it was decided to build a new ground in the early 1960s. The new stadium was one of the most modern in South America when it opened in 1928. It was made out of concrete and iron, with a roof covering the main stand.

Back in the 1960s, another roof was added to the Estadio de Independiente stadium, which then became known as "La Doble Visera." This addition increased the capacity of the stadium to around 90,000 spectators.

In 2006, Independiente began the demolition of the old stadium. Soon after, construction on the new stadium began, partly funded by the sale of Sergio Aguero to Atletico Madrid.

In 2005, the stadium had already been renamed to Estadio Libertadores de America in honor of Independiente's seven Copa Libertadores titles.

The new Estadio Libertadores de America reopened on October 28, 2009, but the stadium had only been 60% completed. It took another 7 years for the rest of the stadium to be gradually completed.

How to get to Estadio Libertadores de America

Libertadores de America Stadium is located in Avellaneda, a suburb of Buenos Aires south of the Capital Federal city limits. The stadium is about 7 kilometers south of Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires's business center (Microcentro), and about 4 kilometers from the La Boca area. Racing Club and Estadio Presidente Peron are less than 200 metres from each other.

If using the bus, take a bus from Alvarado station (also on metro line C). The walk from Alvarado station to the stadium takes only 10 minutes. Buses depart frequently for the 8-minute journey.

There are multiple buses that connect Estadio Libertadores de America with central Buenos Aires. From the Microcentro, catch either bus 10, 17, 45, or 100 (all from 9 de Julio), or bus 22 or 33 (both from Av. Alem or Colon). None of these buses will go past the stadium directly, but it's never more than a 5-10 minute walk.

Buses 10, 93, and 95 all get you to the stadium from Palermo and Recoleta. The last bus is the most convenient as it passes the stadium directly.

Address: Bochini 751, Avellaneda

Independiente Tickets

Tickets for Independiente games can be bought at the club office located at Avenida Mitre 470 in Avellaneda or the club office located at Boyaca 470 in the Caballito area of Buenos Aires. Tickets for matches are usually only sold to the general public in advance. However, they can generally also be bought at the ticket windows of the stadium several hours before the match starts.

There is no set price for tickets to a soccer match, as the cost depends on the opponent and range from AR$450.00 to AR$900.00 for a seat at one of the sides.

Relevant Internet links

The official website of CA Independiente, the city of Buenos Aires, and the Buenos Aires bus system are all located at clubaindependiente.com. The game was unenjoyable and the support was not up to par, but the team is not doing well so the supporters are not at their best. I even bought a shirt outside for 400 pesos(it won't last long, but for such a small price I went for it). After the game we walked back to the train station and came back to Buenos Aires.

The game wasboring and not the best support, however team is not doing well so supporters are not at their best. I even bought a shirt outside for 400 pesos(it is not going to last long, but for such a small price I went for it). After the game we walked back to the train station and came back to Buenos Aires.

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