Malvinas Argentinas Stadium

Malvinas Argentinas Stadium, Mendoza: Address, Phone Number, Malvinas Argentinas Stadium Reviews: 4/5

Malvinas Argentinas Stadium

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dennis D
15 contributions
May 2020
Nothing to see here so don't bother wasting you're time visiting this as an attraction. Take out the work "Malvinas" and its another poorly built stadium with nothing much going for it
Written July 30, 2020
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GoGo2SlowGo
Denton, TX1,521 contributions
Mar 2019
Argentina played here in the 1978 World Cup when Mendoza was selected by FIFA - even though they did not have the stadium built yet!
Construction began in 1976 and the City of Mendoza Stadium was opened in 1978 with a friendly match between a team from Mendoza and another one with players from San Rafael. During June 1978, Mendoza hosted six FIFA World Cup matches, three first round matches and three second round matches.
After the 1982 Falklands War, they renamed the stadium "Estadio Malvinas Argentinas". The new name reflects Argentina's claims of sovereignty over the Falkland Islands).
Written February 19, 2020
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Michael
Bristol, UK41 contributions
Dec 2019 • Solo
I went to the stadium for the first time for the cup final, Central Córdoba v River Plate.
It was hassle free to get into the stadium, the security was well organised. The stadium was fantastic and it made for a great event. There was refreshments available and these were easily accessible. The only negative was the toilets were not the best, but with all respect I have came to find that normal in South America.
Written January 3, 2020
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MAU1967
Maldonado, Uruguay4,972 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
Normal stadium .it was building for world cup 1978 . about access is reaaly 0 point, complicate and without info. Around is s enoumous park.
Written September 2, 2016
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gary c
Carolina, Puerto Rico14,015 contributions
Apr 2016 • Solo
This place is buried in the ground. You can only see the light poles sticking up but I got in to see it!! It's gorgeous and this city is so taken in by soccer that it even made me feel like a Mendozian National.... they also dislike the Chilean soccer team which I found rather funny!!!!!! You learn so much from speaking with the people in Mendoza!!!!
Written April 19, 2016
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Sarah M
London, UK27 contributions
Jan 2016 • Couples
We tried and failed (twice) to get in the stadium.
here's some tips if you want to go and see it.
It is free and looks great fro the outside!
It is in the centre of the park and the park is huge, and also difficult to navigate so make sure you have a good map, water and food with you.
It is free but you can't turn up on a match day (so worth checking if anything is on first) and also you can only go in with a guide at 10am, 12noon and 2pm.
The toilets are worse than any I have ever seen in 8 months travelling, so avoid if you can.
Also the hop on / hop off bus has a stop outside the gate but not on every circuit, so check with them first if you are using that method to get there.
Written January 20, 2016
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svletas
Jackson, WY261 contributions
Dec 2014 • Friends
This isn't really a tourist attraction, but rather a venue for futbol matches and top level concerts. It is an excellent stadium for watching futbol, and for concerts they put the stage on the field with upfront field seating, and stadium seating. Great sound at the concerts and world class talent often plays here. If you go to an event here, be aware that parking can be a nightmare, and often you will have to park VERY far away, and then walk. Best thing to do is take a taxi or remis, then after the event walk down to a main street to meet a prearranged remis.
Written February 18, 2015
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podrozniczka60
New Jersey14,242 contributions
Oct 2014 • Couples
We saw the stadium during our walk from the zoo. It is located in San Martin park. Other than the game time most of the time it is just quiet here but it is interesting I imagine for futbol/ soccer fans to see this stadium.
Written October 3, 2014
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gonarges
Mendoza, Argentina33 contributions
Apr 2014 • Friends
If you like sports, you have to go to the Stadium in the middle of San Martin Park. The team Godoy Cruz plays in the first division of Argentine football /soccer. Try the experience to watch a game ..you will not regret it!
Written July 28, 2014
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Dorsetbruce
Poole, UK4,824 contributions
Apr 2014 • Solo
I walked in one afternoon. It is open for anyone to walk round and there are toilets open too. Worth a look if you are passing. Free to get in except on matchdays.
Written April 12, 2014
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