Lets take a look at the best Stadiums in Central America. We first have to start with wath I consider the best soccer country in the region. That would be none other that Costa Rica. We will first start with Saprissa Stadium. The Yank just lost there in the final HEX-2008. This was a great game for the Costa Rican nation. This also added to the folk law of the Stadium. This stadium is referred to at the Monsters Cave. Saprissa the Purple dragons play there so the nickname Monsters Cave kind of fits. Presently the field turf that was deplorable is being replaced with new field turf. Thank Goodness for that.
Stadium Estadio Alejandro
Nickname The Cathredral
Location San Jose, CRC
Club LD Alajuense
Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto is a multi-purpose stadium in Alajuela, Costa Rica. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of LD Alajuelense. The stadium is located in El Llano de Alajuela. The Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto is known as the Cathedral of Costa Rican Soccer. On July 20, 1966, due to a motion by the Municipality of Alajuela, the stadium was renamed to honor the great Alajuelense and Barcelona player Alejandro Morera Soto. On March 19, 1970 the stadium saw its first night game when Alajuelense faced Honduras Club team Motagua, beating them 4-1. The stadium is not only home to Liga Deportiva Alajuelense, but it is also shares itself along with Estadio Ricardo Saprissa as the home of the Costa Rican National team.
This 3rd Stadiums belongs to the Club Sport Herediano. Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero. This stadium is located in Heredia, Costa Rica. The capacity is 13,500. The most recent immprovements was the press box and the seats in the Stadium. I have pictures of the stadium with only cement seating which is no was to view a game. All 3 of these stadiums are located very close to each other.
In general, few changes looming in the stadiums of the First Division, ahead of the new football However, clubs are the largest category against time, since for the Summer Tournament 2010 should meet a long list of sporting requirements, infrastructure, administrative, legal and financial which are imposed by the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) for the largest category teams.
But for now there are few improvements they plan to do in their sports venues.
In Herediano agenda do have a plan to improve the Rosabal Cordero, while Alajuelense soon begin changing its natural turf synthetic.
. The Carthaginian agenda also has various arrangements in the "Fello" Meza, "but does not have the liquidity to do," says sports manager Miguel Calvo. “ "The bleachers are that many, we must build a space for the press and the visitors' clubhouse should be extended," says Calvo.
. Less than two weeks before the start of the Winter Tournament 2008, received Most Improved stadium is "Cuty" Monge of Bruges, which has new synthetic turf and remodeled clubhouse and a parking for 300 vehicles. The leadership of the club has invested more than sorcerer ¢ 300 million in its stronghold.
Jose Joaquin Hernandez, president of the National Football Union (UNAFUT) notes that the improvements required by the FIFA regulations must be completed in January 2010.
"It'sa great opportunity to improve football in Costa Rica and the professionalism of the clubs. The investment in stadiums that came long unless and apply them to literally FIFA regulations required, we can not be complacent. You all have been warned.
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Stadium: Eladio Rosabal Cordero.
Capacidad: 7.321 personas. Capacity: 7321 persons.
Situación: Location: You will be improvements in the bleachers and press boxes.