Mayagüez Athletics Stadium

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Mayagüez Athletics Stadium
Estadio atletismo mayaguez.JPG
Full nameJosé Antonio Figueroa Freyre Athletics Stadium
LocationMayagüez, Puerto Rico
Executive suites7
Capacity12,175[1]
Field size105 m × 66 m (115 yd × 72 yd)
ScoreboardSony
Construction
Broke groundDecember 26, 2007
OpenedJanuary 2010
Construction cost$43,840,564[1]
Tenants
Puerto Rico Sol (2018–present)
Puerto Rico Cup (2020–)
Central American and Caribbean Games (2010)

The Mayagüez Athletics Stadium is 12,175 capacity stadium in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico opened in 2010. The stadium is owned by City of Mayaguez, and operated by Puerto Rico Sol. It hosted the athletics and soccer games of the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games. The stadium has a soccer field (105 meters x 66 meters) based on the requisites of International Federation of Association Football, it will also have a 400-meter track which complies with the parameter of the International Association of Athletics Federations.[1]

It is located next to the Isidoro García Baseball Stadium and across the street of the Parque del Litoral. The first mayor event held at the stadium was the "Justas" of the Liga Atlética Interuniversitaria de Puerto Rico held between April 12 to 17, 2010.[2] From July 15 to July 17 the stadium was host to the 2011 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics.

Airport[edit]

The stadium is 37 kilometres (23 mi) away from the Rafael Hernández International Airport which is a 35-minute drive considering the region's traffic.
Airport destination list:

AirlinesDestinations
JetBlue Fort Lauderdale, New York–JFK, Orlando
Sky High Aviation Services Santo Domingo-Las Américas, Punta Cana
Spirit Airlines Fort Lauderdale, Orlando
United Airlines Newark

Events[edit]

Association football[edit]

International women football matches
Date Competition Home Away Score Attendance
August 30, 2018 Friendly Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Argentina Argentina 0–3 4,622

Gallery[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "millonaria suma para los juegos" (in Spanish). PRIMERA HORA. Archived from the original on November 15, 2009. Retrieved 2010-05-03.
  2. ^ Jiménez, Lester (25 March 2010). "Se estrena el estadio Centroamericano de Mayagüez con clasificatoria para las Justas de Atletismo de la LAI" (in Spanish). PRIMERA HORA. Retrieved 2010-05-03.

Coordinates: 18°11′27.91″N 67°09′20.86″W / 18.1910861°N 67.1557944°W / 18.1910861; -67.1557944