The memorial stadium is continuing with the progress of works. Now it is the turn of the Sivori Grandstand, where the waterproofing work will be done and the legendary lower head seats will be removed.
Memorial Stadium progresses day by day in its modernization and reconstruction of various areas. Fans who attend the Temple of Nez each time the Muneko team plays at home receive a new image, responsible for the changes to come in the short and medium term. And although in the previous match against Central Cordoba in Santiago del Estero, the canvas was re-placed and only the lower Centenario Baja stood and a portion of the lower San Martín Baja was open, 75% of the ring is missing less and less to be seen. Which will open in early 2023.
Over the past few hours, new photos and videos have gone viral, showing a substantial change in one of the lower stands. This time it is the flagship Shivori, which is a stall today but will become a popular local in the future. There they began removing the historic wooden seats and waterproofing would be done. In theory, the idea is that for the next local game (against Barraques Central on Sunday, 4 September), the public attending this grandstand will move 100% without seats.
Although the Nez club has not yet confirmed the dates, it is determined that the legendary seats of the memorial stadium will go on sale in the future to fans who wish to preserve a large part of the river’s history. For now, members who have their Tu Lugar en el Monumental membership in Middle and Lower Sivori have already been notified of the latest changes. And they will meet the new physical identity of the stalls that will soon become popular.