Tag: Uruguay


‘Whites’ set to bloom in riot of colors

Uruguay Club Nacional de Football facilities around the stadium

The Club Nacional de Football is a Uruguayan football club based in Montevideo, Uruguay. It was founded on May 14th, 1899 in Montevideo, and is the oldest team in Uruguay and the first Creole club in America. The 34,000-capacity Estadio Gran Parque Central in Montevideo serves as their... » Read more


Uruguay lands CONMEBOL showpieces

Estadio Centenario awarded with soccer finals

The Uruguayan capital Montevideo will host this year’s final of both the Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana, the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) said recently. ‘Xinhua’ quoted CONMEBOL as stating that the South American country Uruguay was selected because of its... » Read more


Uruguay to restore Centenario regal bearing

Uruguay Montevideo Centenario redevelopment

The legendary Estadio Centenario in Uruguay may be one of the world’s most famous football temples but it’s almost a century old. Uruguay is now looking at reinventing the legendary Centenario in time for its centenary. The 65, 235-capacity Estadio Centenario is a stadium in the Parque Batlle... » Read more


Stadiums put best foot forward as COVID-19 body bags pile up

MadriCR/seat geek/Bristol Sports

Coronavirus cases have reached a crescendo the world over. COVID-19 cases globally have reached 1,607, 595 and body bags are piling up – the death toll stand at 95,785. As hospitals are overwhelmed due to the deadly virus, sports stadiums around the world are being converted into makeshift... » Read more


Sports venues world over pitch in to combat coronavirus

Stadiums used as hospitals combat coronavirus

The dreaded novel coronavirus is tightening its noose leaving 9, 81,258 people infected across the world and over 50,253 people have lost their lives so far globally. This is the second part of the series – ‘Stadium turning into hospitals to tackle COVID-19’. ‘The Coliseum’ carried out... » Read more


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