Estadio Antonio Herrera Gutiérrez

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Estadio Antonio Herrera Gutiérrez
LocationBarquisimeto, Venezuela
Capacity20,450
Opened1969
Tenants

Estadio Antonio Herrera Gutiérrez is a multi-use stadium in Barquisimeto, Venezuela.[1] It is currently used mostly for baseball games and serves as the home of Cardenales de Lara. The stadium holds 20,450 people. The stadium was built between 1968–69 and finally finished in 1970. It has been the home of Cardenales de Lara since. It was first called Estadio Barquisimeto and was renamed in 1991 after former owner Antonio Herrera Gutiérrez who died in Viasa Flight 742 when the plane crashed shortly after takeoff.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "El "Rey" David Concepción llega a 65 años de vida… ¡Felicitaciones! (+fotos)". Noticia Al Dia. 17 June 2013. Archived from the original on 25 June 2013.

Coordinates: 10°03′39″N 69°21′26″W / 10.060769°N 69.357328°W / 10.060769; -69.357328