Estadio Mansiche

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Estadio Mansiche
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Full name Estadio Mansiche
Location Trujillo, Peru
Owner Instituto Peruano del Deporte
Capacity 20,000[1]
Field size 111 x 73[2]
Surface Polytan Ligaturf 240 ACS 65
Built 1946
Opened 12 October 1946
Renovated 1993, 2004, 2005
Expanded 1984, 2004
Carlos A. Mannucci
C.D. Universidad César Vallejo

Mansiche Stadium (Estadio Mansiche) is a multi-purpose stadium in Trujillo, Peru. It is used by many football clubs in Trujillo such as Primera División club Universidad César Vallejo and Carlos A. Mannucci. The stadium holds 20,000 people.[1]

Mansiche Stadium was inaugurated on 12 October 1946, with a game between Club Social Deportivo Trujillo and Sport Tigre de Trujillo. In 1984, the northern stand was built to meet the requirements needed to be used in the Copa Libertadores. Sporting Cristal used this stadium for their home games. In 1993, four floodlight towers were installed so that games could be played at night. The first game to play with these lights was between Independiente Medellín and Carlos A. Mannucci.

This venue was used for the 2004 Copa América. Thus, the stadium underwent renovations. The northern, southern, and eastern stands were demolished and reconstructed in order to expand its spectator capacity to 24,000. A VIP area was installed in the western stand and the conference rooms were remodeled. In addition, an electronic scoreboard was installed. The following year, Peru hosted the FIFA U-17 World Championship. For this competition, artificial turf was installed. The stadium also has a running track for track and field sports.

2004 Copa América[edit]

Location of Estadio Mansiche
Date Time (UTC-5) Team #1 Result Team #2 Round
12 July 2004
1 – 1
Group A
12 July 2004
2 – 2
Group A
17 July 2004
2 – 0
 Costa Rica

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Lades, Gunther. "Peru". Retrieved 1 February 2008. 
  2. ^ "FIFA Recommended Fields Worldwide". FIFA. Retrieved 3 July 2010. 

Coordinates: 8°06′24″S 79°01′52″W / 8.106655°S 79.030977°W / -8.106655; -79.030977