Estadio Rosas Pampa
|Location||Huaraz - Peru|
|Owner||Instituto Peruano del Deporte|
|Renovated||August 8, 2010|
|Construction cost||S/. 35.219.426|
Estadio Rosas Pampa is a stadium in Huaraz, Peru. It is currently used by the football team Sport Áncash and Sport Rosario. The stadium's capacity is 18,000. Club Deportivo Municipal also played its games here until 1999 when they were relegated.
It is located in the region of the Callejón de Huaylas in the Ancash Region. It was inaugurated in 1945 and had only two stands (East and West). The stadium was renovated and the capacity increased to 18,000. This was done because Sport Áncash participated in its first international competition in 2018. However, the stadium was not finished in time to host its home games for that competition. Among its improvements are roofed stands, four light towers, a scoreboard, a special drainage system, broadcast booths, and offices for other sports that are housed under the stands. It was reopened on August 8, 2010 with a match between Sport Áncash and Hijos de Acosvinchos, in which the home side won 3-0.
The project cost S/. 35,219,426.
- "El estadio 'Rosas Pampa' de Huaraz cambia de cara". futbolperuano.com. Retrieved 2008-03-15.
- "Estadio Rosas Pampa de Huaraz quedó totalmente descartado para la Copa Sudamericana". futbolperuano.com. Retrieved 2008-03-15.
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