Estadio General Pablo Rojas
|Full name||Estadio General Pablo Rojas|
|Field size||104 × 68 m|
|Opened||24 May 1970|
Estadio General Pablo Rojas, is a football stadium in the neighbourhood of Barrio Obrero in Asunción, Paraguay. It is the home venue of Cerro Porteño. The stadium is named after former club president Pablo Rojas.
This stadium was used during the 1999 Copa América, hosting games by Uruguay and Colombia. Since 2015, the stadium is undergoing expansion and remodeling works in order to increase its capacity to 45,000 people.
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