Estadio Centenario (Uruguay) by pesconmebol
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Stadium info from wikipedia.
Estadio Centenario is a stadium in Montevideo, Uruguay, used primarily for football. Built with a capacity of 100,000 not only to host several matches in the inaugural 1930 FIFA World Cup, including the final which was won by the host team, but also as a celebration of Uruguay’s 100 years of its first constitution. It is listed by FIFA as one of the world’s classic football venues along with Maracanã, Wembley Stadium, San Siro, and Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. The ground now has a capacity of over 76,000, with 65,000 seats.
The Uruguay national football team is always a threat when playing in their home stadium, consistently beating top teams. Even the top ranked Brazil national football team has only managed 2 wins in 20 opportunities, neither in official matches. Because of the Centenario’s location next to other smaller stadiums, when Central Español and Miramar Misiones play home matches simultaneously, one can watch all three games from the top of the Amsterdam stand.