Coliseo El Pueblo
|Owner||Cali City Hall|
|Operator||Secretary of Sports and Recreation of Cali|
|Opened||30 July 1971|
|Project manager||Mayor of Santiago de Cali|
|Structural engineer||Guillermo González Zuleta|
Coliseo El Pueblo (English: Coliseum of the People) is an indoor sporting arena located in Cali, Colombia. Opened in 1971 for the 1971 Pan American Games, the capacity of the arena is 18,000 and is used mostly for basketball, most notably as the venue of the latter stages of the 1982 FIBA World Championship.
Designed by the Colombian architect Pedro Enrique Richardson Saravia, from the Richardson and Yusti studio (together with Libia Yusti). The calculation of structures was carried out by Harold Arzayuz.
It was one of the venues of the 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup, where matches were played for the Third Place and the Grand Final of the tournament.
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