|Parque Federico Omar Saroldi|
Saroldi stadium as august 2012
|Full name||Estadio Parque Federico Omar Saroldi|
|Owner||Club Atlético River Plate|
|Capacity||6,000 (expected 10.000)|
|Field dimensions||105 x 68 m|
|Club Atlético Olimpia (1926-1932)
Club Atlético River Plate (1932- )
Originally, the stadium was named as "Olimpia Park", as it served as home to Olimpia. After River Plate's goalkeeper Federico Omar Saroldi was fatally injured, during a match between his team and Central Español, the stadium starting to hold goalkeeper's name.
- 1990: CA Progreso used Estadio Saroldi, as it home stadium, for 1990 Copa Libertadores.
- 1996 and 1998: River Plate played its Copa Conmebol matches against Porongos, Huracán Buceo and Rosario Central.
- 2003: The stadium was also used by the Teros for 2003 Rugby World Cup's qualification matches during 2002
- "Stadiums in Uruguay". Worldstadiums.com. Retrieved 21 September 2011.
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