It is already well known that a great change this reformed monument will introduce will be the inclusion of the lower grandstands, popular in Sivori and Centenario, and stalls in Belgrano and San Martín. but, How many meters will the latter be from the field of play? What is the difference between the current low stall? Here are the answers…
Those who have already bought season tickets for Belgrano and San Martín Baja Inferior will actually see football matches as a real spectacle: They will be 12 meters from the playing field! Yes, this is the distance that separates the sideline from the fan in the first row. An incredible experience…
It would be very close indeed (Juan Tesson).
This data becomes more relevant than the current low stalls: In the central part they are at a distance of 35 meters from the playing field, Taking data from other football clubs in Argentina, There are stadiums whose fences are longer than those 12 meters, but the first row is even further at the same distance.
The work is taking color (Juano Tesson).
independent, for example, there are stalls up to 14 metres, but the acrylics that separate the area from the fans are somewhat closer to the edge. something like this happens hurricane: The wiring of the popular ones is close enough, but the first line starts farther back.
most advanced tribune
There are 200 employees who work continuously to prepare the job for February: they do this even during the training of professional staff. The most significant progress has been observed in the lower lower centenarios: 90% concreting is finished And in the sector adjacent to the Belgrano stalls a new marathon gate was opened for vehicular entry. Others have iron and wood for now.