Estadio Jorge Basadre

Estadio Jorge Basadre
Full name Estadio Jorge Basadre (full name)
Former names Estadio Modelo
Location Tacna, Peru
Coordinates 18°0′18″S 70°15′11″W / 18.00500°S 70.25306°W / -18.00500; -70.25306Coordinates: 18°0′18″S 70°15′11″W / 18.00500°S 70.25306°W / -18.00500; -70.25306
Owner Instituto Peruano del Deporte
Capacity 19,850 (football)[1]
Field size 105 x 70 meters
Surface Grass
Built 2000
Opened 2000
Renovated 2004
Coronel Bolognesi

The Estadio Jorge Basadre, previously known as the Estadio Modelo, is a multi-purpose stadium in Tacna, Peru named after historian Jorge Basadre. It is currently used as a football stadium in the Primera Division Peruana by Coronel Bolognesi. The stadium holds 19,850 people and has 277 individual seats in the western stand, 69 which are for the VIP area. The rest of the stadium has standing terraces.[1][2] The name was changed when it was renovated for the Copa America 2004.


  1. 1 2 "Peru". Retrieved 2008-02-01.

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