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Estadio Nacional
Estadio Nacional nuevo 07 10 2011.jpg
Estadio Nacional after the 2010 renovations
Full name Estadio Nacional
(National Stadium)
Location Lima, Peru
Coordinates 12°04′02.2″S 77°02′01.4″W / 12.067278°S 77.033722°W / -12.067278; -77.033722
Owner Government of Peru
Operator Instituto Peruano del Deporte
(Peruvian Institute of Sport)
Capacity 45,574
Field size 104.9 x 67.86 m
Surface Grass
Construction
Built 1951–1952
Opened October 27, 1952
Renovated 1992, 1996, 2004, 2011
Expanded 2004, 2011
Project manager Miguel Dasso
Tenants
Peru national football team

The Estadio Nacional of Peru is a multi-purpose stadium located in Lima, Peru. Its current capacity is 40,000 seats as stated by the Peruvian Football Federation without the lodges for some thousands more.[1] The stadium was first inaugurated on 27 October 1952 for the 1953 South American Championship—replacing the Stadium Nacional—and is Peru's principal and national stadium. It has hosted three of the six South American Championship/Copa América football competitions held in Peru. It is referred to as the Coloso de José Díaz because of its proximity to a street of the same name. It is the home ground of the Peru national football team. The IPD (Peruvian Sport Institute)—a branch of the Ministry of Education—is the stadium's administrating entity. The stadium has undergone several renovations since its construction such as for the 2004 Copa América and the artificial turf that was installed for the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship. The most recent renovation started in 2010 and concluded in 2011. The re-inauguration ceremony of the renovated stadium was held on 24 July 2011 with a match between the Peru national under-20 football team and the Spain national under-20 football team.

History[edit]

Early history[edit]

Peru obtained its first football-based field in the late 19th century, when the club Unión Cricket asked the Municipality of Lima for an appropriate piece of land where they could play football. The municipality gave them a small piece of land in the Santa Beatriz neighborhood which belonged to a Shooting club. On July 18, 1897, the field was officially inaugurated and named Estadio Guadalupe. The Liga Peruana de Futbol (known as the FPF today) used it for the first tournaments in Lima.

Close up of the pitch in pre-match celebrations at the 2004 Copa America

In 1921, the English residents of Peru that owned the stadium renovated and renamed the stadium from Estadio Guadalupe to Stadium Nacional and donated it to the Peruvian government. It had small wooden stands that were later donated to the Estadio Teodoro Lolo Fernandez when it was demolished to make way for the new stadium which would host the 1953 South American Championship. In the 1950s, Miguel Dasso and the Peruvian President General Manuel A. Odria funded the project for the construction of the new stadium. The new stadium was planned to have capacity of 53,000 and have it entirely made out of cement. The northern and southern stands would have a capacity of 15,000 each while the eastern and western stands would have three levels. On 27 October 1952, the new Estadio Nacional was inaugurated with many comfortable features such as luxury boxes and elevators in one of the stands. The inauguration ceremony started early at 10:00 AM and lasted through the night. The ceremony included an award ceremony for many outstanding athletes including Teodoro Fernández, Alejandro Villanueva, Jorge Alcalde, Olympic gold medalist Edwin Vásquez and Pan American gold medalists Julia Sánchez and Gerardo Salazar. The inaugurating football match was played between players of the Peru national football team that formed two teams that played in the evening under the new illumination system.[2]

1964 tragedy[edit]

On 24 May 1964, Peru hosted Argentina in the Estadio Nacional before a crowd of 47,157 for a qualifying match pertaining to the 1964 Olympic Games that were to be hosted in Tokyo. Argentina led the match 1–0 during the second half and in the final minutes Peru equalized; however the Uruguayan referee Ángel Eduardo Pazos disallowed the goal. The spectators were infuriated by the decision and this led to a pitch invasion. The police used tear gas and brutal force to quell the disturbances. The stadium's exits were closed which trapped the spectators inside the stadium. The players and referees had to be escorted off the field by the police. A riot ensued outside the stadium and led the President Fernando Belaúnde Terry to declare a state of emergency which would last for a month. Unfortunately, more than 300 people lost their lives that day and left at least 4,000 injured. The tragedy led to the reduction of the stadium's capacity from 53,000 to 45,000.[3][4]

Tournaments hosted[edit]

The Stadium Nacional was the sole venue for the South American Championship 1927, 1935, and 1939. The present Estadio Nacional hosted the 1953 South American Championship and 1957 South American Championship. In 1971, the playoff match for the 1971 Copa Libertadores Finals was played in Peru and featured Uruguayan Nacional and Argentine Estudiantes de La Plata. Nacional won by 2–0. The following year, Universitario de Deportes reached the final of the 1972 Copa Libertadores and hosted the first-leg of the finals. Two decades later, Sporting Cristal reached the 1997 Copa Libertadores Finals which allowed the Nacional to host one of the legs of the final for a third time. In 1992, modern lighting was installed in the stadium and in 1996, an electronic scoreboard was installed to replace the old manual one. The stadium's symbolic element is the tower situated in the northern stand. This tower was abandoned for many years until in 2004, it was used again for the Copa America. Popular international football teams and renowned players have played in the stadium, including Spain's Real Madrid, as well as players like Pelé and Maradona in previous years.

Thanks to a five million dollar government investment program to remodel older Peruvian stadiums, spectators were able to enjoy games with the high standards required by CONMEBOL for the 2004 Copa América. This was also the first time the Estadio Nacional was not the sole venue for the South American competition. In return the country received throngs of tourists, international media coverage, and more locals buying tickets to attend the games. Peru's biggest stadium, Estadio Monumental, is also located in Lima with a capacity of 80,093 and belongs to local club Universitario de Deportes although it was not used for the Copa América 2004.

Peru also hosted the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship. This stadium hosted several games including the final. Artificial turf was installed for this competition into all the venues used. The artificial turf still remains in the Estadio Nacional but has received heavy criticism from clubs of the Peruvian First Division, asking to remove it because of the constant injuries it causes.[5] This is also the reason why the Peru national football team did not play its games in the Estadio Nacional for the 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. The artificial turf was removed following the 2010 renovations.

In 2008, the athletics track was temporarily covered with asphalt for the rally race Caminos del Inca. This was the first time the Estadio Nacional hosted such an event. Shortly after, the 6-lane Olympic running track was restored.

2010 renovations[edit]

The stadium's façade after renovations were completed in 2011.

The stadium underwent major renovations in 2010 in a bid to the 2015 Pan American Games which included the construction of 371 luxury boxes, 703 underground parking spaces, a new tower with a panoramic gourmet restaurant among other improvements. The renovations concluded in 2011. However, Toronto won the bidding process. The renovated stadium was inaugurated on 24 July 2011 with an U-20 match between Peru and Spain. The match was a 0–0 draw. Two months later on 5 September 2011, the senior national team played its first match in the renovated stadium against Bolivia. The match ended in a 2–2 draw with goals by Rinaldo Cruzado and Claudio Pizarro.

In addition to football, the Estadio Nacional is home to other sports. Sixteen Peruvian sporting federations are headquartered at the national stadium. These include the Boxing, Karate, Bodybuilding, Kung Fu, Taekwondo and Volleyball federations. They were temporarily relocated for the renovations of the stadium.

2004 Copa America[edit]

Main entrance
The stadium's western entrance before 2009.
Artificial turf
The artificial turf installed in the stadium in 2005 for the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship and withdrawn in 2009 for the start of the renovations.
North tower
The North stand's emblematic tower before renovations.
Date Time Team #1 Score Team #2 Round
6 July 2004 17:30 Venezuela  0 – 1  Colombia Group A
6 July 2004 20:15 Peru  2 – 2  Bolivia Group A
9 July 2004 17:30 Colombia  1 – 0  Bolivia Group A
9 July 2004 19:45 Peru  3 – 1  Venezuela Group A
20 July 2004 19:45 Argentina  3 – 0  Colombia Semifinals
21 July 2004 19:45 Uruguay  1 – 1 (3–5 p)  Brazil Semifinals
25 July 2004 15:00 Argentina  2 – 2 (2–4 p)  Brazil Final

2005 U-17 World Championship[edit]

Date Time Team #1 Score Team #2 Round
16 September 2005 14:15 Uruguay  0 – 2  Mexico Group B
16 September 2005 17:00 Turkey  1 – 0  Australia Group B
19 September 2005 15:30 Mexico  3 – 0  Australia Group B
19 September 2005 18:15 Uruguay  2 – 3  Turkey Group B
23 September 2005 15:30 United States  1 – 1  Ivory Coast Group C
23 September 2005 18:15 Gambia  0 – 2  Netherlands Group D
2 October 2005 15:00 Netherlands  2 – 0  Turkey Third place
2 October 2005 18:00 Mexico  3 – 0  Brazil Final

Other events[edit]

The stadium is also used for other kind of activities such as concerts including:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "COMUNICADO DE PRENSA 064-FPF-2011 - A LA OPINIÓN PÚBLICA". fpf.com.pe. Retrieved 2011-09-30. 
  2. ^ Salinas, Roberto (11 August 2011). "1952: Alianza campeona y se inaugura el nuevo Estadio Nacional, con iluminación artificial…" (in Spanish). cronicaviva.com.pe. Retrieved 21 January 2012. 
  3. ^ "Aniversario 45 de la tragedia en el Estadio Nacional de Lima". rpp.com.pe. Retrieved 2009-07-17. 
  4. ^ Vidal Otálora, Jaime Pulgar (11 March 2007). "¡Tragedia en el Nacional!" (in Spanish). Retrieved 3 October 2011. 
  5. ^ "Vuelven las quejas por el sintético del Nacional". futbolperuano.com. Retrieved 2007-11-01. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Estadio Nacional (Peru) at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 12°04′02.2″S 77°02′01.4″W / 12.067278°S 77.033722°W / -12.067278; -77.033722

Preceded by
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Rio de Janeiro
South American Championship
Final Venue

1953
Succeeded by
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Santiago de Chile
Preceded by
Estadio Centenario
Montevideo
South American Championship
Final Venue

1957
Succeeded by
River Plate Stadium
Buenos Aires
Preceded by
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Bogotá
Copa América
Final Venue

2004
Succeeded by
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Preceded by
Finnair Stadium
Helsinki
FIFA U-17 World Cup
Final Venue

2005
Succeeded by
Seoul World Cup Stadium
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Preceded by
Rogers Centre
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Pan American Games
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2019
Succeeded by
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