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Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar

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Field size  91,4 x 55
Opened  2010
Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar HOCKEY SUB 16 en el Mundialista Club Atltico Fisherton Club
Location  Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
Capacity  12,000 (2010), 6,200 (2012-present)
Similar  Ludueña Stream, Parque de la Independencia, National Flag Memorial, Juan B Castagnino Fine Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art of Ros

Estadio mundialista luciana aymar


Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar (named Estadio Mundialista de Hockey before December 2015), is a field hockey stadium in Rosario, Argentina. It was specifically built to host the 2010 Women's Hockey World Cup, with a capacity of 12,000 with mobile grandstands.

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Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar ROBAN DOS GENERADORES DE ENERGA DEL ESTADIO MUNDIALISTA DE HOCKEY

After it was announced the stadium would be the venue for the 2012 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy, a permanent grandstand was built on one of the sides of the pitch with 1,400 seats plus the mobile grandstands as previously erected for the World Cup for a total capacity of 6,200.

Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar Estadio Mundialista de Hockey quotLuciana Aymarquot Sitio de la

This stadium was chosen one more time to host the Final of the 2014–15 FIH Hockey World League. Before the final match started, it was officially confirmed by the municipal authorities the name change with the unveiling of a plaque.

Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar Foro de El Nacionalista ESTADIOS DEPORTIVOS DE LA REPBLICA

International events

  • 2010 Women's Hockey World Cup
  • 2012 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy
  • 2014–15 Women's FIH Hockey World League Final

  • Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar Estadio Mundialista de Hockey de Rosario Estadios deportivos de

    Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar Estadio Mundialista de Hockey quotLuciana Aymarquot Sitio de la

    References

    Estadio Mundialista Luciana Aymar Wikipedia


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