Estadio Monumental David Arellano

Estadio Monumental David Arellano

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Estadio Monumental is a football stadium in Santiago, Chile. Completed in 1989, the stadium has a current spectator capacity of 45,000. Originally, the stadium could hold up to 65,000 spectators but that was dramatically reduced for security reasons. The highest ever recorded attendance was 69,305 spectators which occurred in 1992 in a match featuring Chilean rivals Colo-Colo and Universidad de Chile which ended in a 0-2 victory for the latter team. The stadium was also home to the 1991 Copa Libertadores final match won by Colo-Colo, so far the only chilean team to win the trophy. Its principal tenant and owner is the corporate entity Blanco y Negro that runs Colo-Colo and for which Chilean billionaire and President Sebastián Piñera is a major shareholder. The stadium is also rented out to club Santiago Morning and other Chilean teams that require holding games on the international tournament scale. Also, it has been used by Chile national football team when the main football stadium of the country, Estadio Nacional, is unavailable. The American rock band Pearl Jam are scheduled to play at the stadium on November 16, 2011, as part of their 20th anniversary tour.


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