Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos (Estadio Nacional de Chile)
|CdFP de la Universidad de Chile
|1937 - 1938
|1962, 2009 - 2010
|Anibal Fuenzalida, Ricardo Alberto Muller Cormatches
Chile: Super Cup overshadowed by riots
Match for the Chilean Super Cup on February 11 was suspended ten minutes before the end due to incidents caused by fans of the Colo Colo club. What happened and what will be the consequences?
News of the week: Fight for World Cup final, Latino disputes, Arab wonder
What's been going on in the stadium world for the last week? England has not escaped trouble and damage, the World Cup final is still being battled out in the USA, while South America is dominated by disputes and uncertainty. We will cover all this and much more in a new format on our website, News of the Week.
Chile: Problematic consolation prize
In December of last year, FIFA granted Chile the right to host the U20 World Cup in 2025. However, the authorities of the local football federation seem to view this decision not as a reward but as a burden. What happened, and does Chile really have a reason to feel aggrieved?
Chile: The first venue for the Pan Am Games 2023 inaugurated
The National Stadium Sports Park in Chile's capital Santiago is home to 12 venues for the upcoming Games, including the main Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos. The long-awaited Field Hockey Training and Competition Centre has just been inaugurated there.
Chile: Two year countdown to Pan American Games
Preparations for the Santiago 2023 are going according to plan. The most important venues are under construction and the others are being renovated.
2030 World Cup: Chile to bid with or without Uruguay?
Ahead of upcoming elections, the president of Chile’s football federation proposes to hold the 2030 World Cup in the country. With or without co-host Uruguay, the potential bid was already discussed with FIFA.
New designs: End of exile for the “Romantic Traveler”?
It may sound like a really odd nickname for any football club, but there aren’t many clubs worldwide that haven’t got a stadium to call their own despite almost 90 years of success! Will this change for Universidad de Chile?