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El Monumental Stadium

Few activities whip Argentines into a frenzy like a nail-biting futbol (soccer) match and watching local team River Plate – one of the country’s top teams - playing at their home stadium. El Monumental is a popular pastime for locals and tourists alike. Built in 1937 in the Belgrano district of Buenos Aires, El Monumental Stadium boasts an illustrious history and many of the nation’s most prominent matches, including the 1978 World Cup finals and the athletics events of the First Pan American Games in 1951, have been played out on the famous pitch. Those looking to watch Argentina’s national team play at home will likely find themselves at El Monumental, where the River Plate home games and even a number of National rugby matches are also held.

As well as hosting some of the world’s best soccer players, the 75,000-capacity stadium (the largest in Argentina) is also used as a music concert venue for international bands and artists.

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River Plate-stadion en toegang tot museum en rondleiding met een kleine groep

Het River-museum werd op 9 november 2009 geopend en herbergt de kostbaarste schatten van de geschiedenis van Club Atlético River Plate. Deze club heeft in ...  Meer info

  • Locatie: Buenos Aires, Argentinië
  • Duur: 60 minuten
  • Taal: Engels
Van USD 14,00