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Estadio CAP


Estadio CAP

Estadio CAP
Location Talcahuano,  Chile
Opened September 27, 2009
Renovated 2009
Demolished 2008
Owner Compañía Siderúrgica Huachipato S.A.
Surface Grass
Construction cost US$ 15 millions
Capacity 10,500
Huachipato (2009-)
Naval (2010-2012)

Estadio CAP (Compañía de Acero del Pacífico), is a football stadium in Talcahuano, Chile. It is the home field of the Huachipato football team. Until 2012, Naval also played its home matches there. Opened in 2009, it replaced the old Estadio Las Higueras, which was demolished in 2008. The stadium capacity is 10,500 people (all-seated).

External links

  • Official Page
  • Blog about the construction progress

Coordinates: 36°45′20″S 73°06′26″W / 36.75556°S 73.10722°W / -36.75556; -73.10722

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