National Stadium Jorge “Magic” Gonzalez
Originally named “Nairobi National Stadium Flor Blanca” was built in 1932 under President Maximiliano Hernandez Martinez in order to develop the Central American and Caribbean Games in 1935.
The stadium received a major facelift, for the Central American and Caribbean Games of 2002. Renovations included 20 thousand new seats for the comfort of spectators and a modern athletic track.
In 2006, the National Stadium was renamed as Jorge “Magic” Gonzalez in recognition of an outstanding national soccer player.
It has the capacity to accommodate up to 32,000 spectators and has been the scene of many artistic, sports and even governmental events. Also serves as central offices of many national sport federations.
How to get there:
The stadium is located on 49th South Avenue, at the end of Olympic Avenue. If driving by car you may park in the parking lot located between El Progreso St and Olympic Avenue.
Bus routes: 4, 7, 42-C, 44 (bus and minibus). Ticket cost from US$ 0.25.
Contact: (503) 2231-9999 with the National Sports Institute (INDES)
Website: http://online.indes.gob.sv / index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=112&Itemid=56
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