Estadio Pedro Marrero
Estadio Nacional de Fútbol Pedro Marrero, the home of CF Ciudad de La Habana, is a multi-purpose stadium in Havana, Cuba. It is now used primarily for football matches. The stadium holds 30,000 and was built in 1929.
Originally named Gran Stadium Cervecería Tropical (or familiarly, La Tropical), it hosted the 1937 Bacardi Bowl and many Cuban League baseball games. After the revolution, it was renamed for Pedro Marrero, a young man who died in the attack on the Moncada Barracks.
- Estadio Pedro Marrero at aymsports.com.mx
- González Echevarría, Roberto (1999), The Pride of Havana: A History of Cuban Baseball, Oxford University Press, p. 217, ISBN 0-19-514605-0
- Map of the municipal borough of Playa (Havana) showing its wards (EcuRed)
- 259548259 Estadio Pedro Marrero on OpenStreetMap
Media related to Estadio Pedro Marrero at Wikimedia Commons
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