Estadio Sergio Antonio Reyes

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Estadio Sergio Antonio Reyes
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Location Santa Rosa de Copán, Honduras
Owner City of Santa Rosa de Copán
Operator Deportes Savio
Capacity
3,000
Surface Grass
Opened 1974
Tenants
Deportes Savio (Liga Nacional de Honduras)

Estadio Sergio Antonio Reyes is a multi-purpose stadium in Santa Rosa de Copán, Honduras.[1] The stadium was previously called "Estadio Municipal Miraflores" and was founded in the Miraflores district of Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras on 26 January 1975 by the Municipal Mayor of that time, representatives of CONAPID, members of the Rotary International Club, among other invited guests. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Deportes Savio. The stadium holds 3,000 people. The stadium is divided into two sectors, Sol (sun) and Sombra (shadow).

Name change[edit]

On 14 April 2010 the stadium changed its name officially from Estadio Miraflores to Estadio Sergio Antonio Reyes, that night Deportes Savio and Motagua tied 0-0 in front of 2,260 spectators.[2]

References[edit]

External link: http://www.latribuna.hn/2010/04/08/cambiaran-nombre-a-estadio-miraflores/

Coordinates: 14°46′51″N 88°46′56″W / 14.780751°N 88.782272°W / 14.780751; -88.782272