Estadio Racing Club
Estadio Racing Club was a multi-use stadium in Avellaneda, a suburb of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was the home ground of Racing Club de Avellaneda before they moved to Estadio Juan Domingo Perón in 1950, and was located in the intersection of Colón and Alsina streets, hence been sometimes referred as 'Estadio de Colón y Alsina'. The stadium held 30,000 spectators. It was one of two stadiums that hosted the first Copa America in 1916.
- David Goldblatt; World Soccer Yearbook; 2002 ISBN 0-7894-8943-0
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