Estadio Libertadores de América

42069 seats
Estadio Libertadores de América
Official Stadium Name Estadio Libertadores de América
Former Names Doble Visera (2005-2017)
Estadio de Independiente (1928-2005)
Alternative Names La Doble Visera de Cemento
Estadio Ricardo E Bochini
Inauguration Date 04/03/1928
Opening Game CA Independiente 2-2 Peñarol
Opening Game Date 04/03/1928
Attendance Record
Record Match
Record Date
Renovations 2007-2017
Design Federico Garófalo
Cost US$ 50 million (2009)
Owner Club Atlético Independiente
Operator CA Independiente
Tenants CA Independiente (1928-present)
Primera División
Pitch Dimension 105x68 meters
Surface Grass

Location and Contacts

Continent South America
City Avellaneda
Address 815, Ricardo Enrique Bochini 751, Avellaneda, Provincia de Buenos Aires
Coordinates 34°40′13″S 58°22′16″W
Telephone +54 11 4201-7027
Website Official Website

In-Game Details

Category Real
Shadows Moderate
UT Quality Bronze Common
Default Time 17:00
Camera Height 7
Camera Zoom 9
Customization Tifos
Home FIFA/FC Clubs CA Independiente
FIFA/FC Editions FC 24 | FC 25 | FIFA 20 | FIFA 21 | FIFA 22 | FIFA 23

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Stadium History

The old Estadio Libertadores de America was opened in 1928 as Argentina’s first to have reinforced concrete stands. Back then it wasn’t referred to as the Libertadores stadium, this name came only in 2005, long after Independiente had their record 7 Copa Libertadores titles. Designed by Independiente supporter Ezequiel Dorado, the building was first considered too expensive, then scaled down and eventually approved for construction.

Demolition of the old home began in late 2007, leaving only the double-tiered east stand temporarily for use. First three grandstands were substantially ready for opening in 2009, prompting demolition of the fourth. Each of the double-tiered stands is divided by “Garganta del Diablo” (Devil’s throat), large concrete pavilion placed in every corner. Every one of them offers 4 balconies for corporate clients and will become support for the roof when the stadium is fully delivered. Construction had to be phased to continue stadium’s use, but also to retain its economic feasibility.