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Club Ferro Carril Oeste

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Club Ferro Carril Oeste

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Martin de Gainza 250, Buenos Aires Argentina
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haguila wrote a review May 2014
Buenos Aires, Argentina15 contributions15 helpful votes
Security, location and accessibility are the main reasons that make Ferrocarril Oeste is the best site where to watch a football match in Argentina. While the home team currently plays in the second category of Argentine football, there are often excellent category matches and no shortage of occasions when two Argentine champions face. The stadium itself is a great work of architecture that combines a gigantic concrete cantilever roof with wooden bleachers and seats, which has led to nickname "Templo de madera." (Wood Temple) Located in the geographic center of the city of Buenos Aires, gives the opportunity to explore the historic neighborhood of Caballito, whose most attractive areas are located a few blocks from the stadium. Currently, the stadium is partially remodeling, which avoids the presence of fans of opposing teams, increasing safety for visitors. Note that the access of people with reduced mobility (wheelchair) is recommended for the general gallery. The entrance is along the street Avellaneda 1240.
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Date of experience: March 2014
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