World Cup 2030: Conmebol presented seven Argentine stadiums as venues

The South American Football Confederation presented its 18 potential venues for the World Cup 2030 with the presence of seven Argentine stadiums.

The mother body of Latin American soccer shared, on its networks, a video where it presented the 18 venues that would host the 2030 World Cup in case the proposal that Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile host the contest.

This presentation was given within the framework of the 76th Ordinary Congress held at the headquarters of the Confederation and, in it, The intention to build in Asunción what will be called “CONMEBOL Stadium”, which will have a capacity for 60,000 people, will be highlighted.

The 18 stadiums proposed for the 2030 World Cup

ARGENTINE (7): Monumental Stadium (83,000 spectators), Mario Alberto Kempes Stadium in Córdoba (57,000), Único Stadium in La Plata (53,000), Madre de Ciudades Stadium in Santiago del Estero (30,000), Libertadores de América Stadium (48,000), Malvinas Argentinas Stadium de Mendoza (42,000), Presidente Perón Stadium (42,000).

PARAGUAY (5): Conmebol Stadium (60,000) to be built, Defensores del Chaco Stadium (45,000), Gral. Pablo Rojas Stadium (45,000), Antonio Aranda Stadium (28,000) and Villa Alegre Stadium (45,000).

Uruguay (3): Centenario Stadium (60,000), Campeón del Siglo Stadium (40,000) and Gran Parque Central Stadium (34,000)

CHILI (3): Monumental Stadium of Santiago (48,000), Monumental Stadium of Colo Colo (43,000) and Ester Roja Stadium (33,000)