Estadio Sausalito

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Estadio Sausalito
EstadioSausalito.jpg
Location Viña del Mar , Chile
Built 1929
Opened 1929
Owner Municipio de Viña Del Mar
Capacity 18,037
Field size 105 x 68 m
Tenants
Everton

Estadio Sausalito (Sausalito Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium in Viña del Mar, Chile. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of CD Everton. The stadium holds 18,037 people and was built in 1929. The name comes from the near lagoon "Sausalito".

International matches[edit]

As one of the venues for the 1962 World Cup, the Estadio Sausalito hosted eight matches including the semi-final between Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. It was also one of four venues to host matches during the Copa América 1991.

Date Result Competition
1962-05-30  Brazil 2–0  Mexico 1962 FIFA World Cup group stage
1962-05-31 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1–0 Spain Spain 1962 FIFA World Cup group stage
1962-06-02  Brazil 0–0 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1962 FIFA World Cup group stage
1962-06-03 Spain Spain 1–0  Mexico 1962 FIFA World Cup group stage
1962-06-06  Brazil 2–1 Spain Spain 1962 FIFA World Cup group stage
1962-06-07  Mexico 3–1 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1962 FIFA World Cup group stage
1962-06-10  Brazil 3–1  England 1962 FIFA World Cup quarter-final
1962-06-13 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 3–1  Yugoslavia 1962 FIFA World Cup semi-final
1991-07-09  Uruguay 1–1  Ecuador Copa América 1991 group stage
1991-07-09  Brazil 2–1  Bolivia Copa América 1991 group stage
1991-07-11  Colombia 0–0  Bolivia Copa América 1991 group stage
1991-07-11  Brazil 1–1  Uruguay Copa América 1991 group stage
1991-07-13  Ecuador 4–0  Bolivia Copa América 1991 group stage
1991-07-13  Colombia 2–0  Brazil Copa América 1991 group stage
1991-07-15  Uruguay 1–0  Colombia Copa América 1991 group stage
1991-07-15  Brazil 3–1  Ecuador Copa América 1991 group stage

Coordinates: 33°0′51.83″S 71°32′6.84″W / 33.0143972°S 71.5352333°W / -33.0143972; -71.5352333