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Estadio El Teniente

Estadio El Teniente
El Mundialista de Rancagua (The World Cup Stadium of Rancagua)
Templo de las Ilusiones (Temple of Illusions)
The stadium on October 2014.
Full name Estadio Codelco El Teniente
Former names Estadio Braden Copper Co.
Estadio Parque El Teniente
Location Rancagua, Chile
Coordinates
Owner Codelco Chile
Operator Codelco Chile
Capacity 15,252
Field size 105 x 68 m
Surface Grass
Construction
Built 1941
Opened 1945
Renovated 2013
Expanded 1962
Construction cost $5,165,000,000
Project manager IND
General contractor Cerinco
Tenants
O'Higgins F.C.

Estadio El Teniente is a multi-purpose stadium in Rancagua, Chile. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium actually holds 15,252 people and was built in 1945 with the name Braden Copper Company Stadium (Estadio Braden Copper Co.). The stadium hosted seven matches of 1962 FIFA World Cup. The stadium is the home stadium for O'Higgins F.C., the team of the city of Rancagua.[1] It is undergoing renovations in preparation for hosting the 2015 Copa América, to be played in Chile.

History

Construction

The stadium in El Gráfico magazine in 1962.

The stadium, since its construction, was owned by the U.S. copper mining company Braden Copper Company, which operated the mineral-extraction complex "El Teniente".

The designation of the Braden Copper Stadium to host matches in the Rancagua.

The old stadium in a match against Cobreloa.

Nationalisation of copper

The Government of Chile acquired in 1967 51% of the shares of Braden Copper Co., as part of the general nationalization of copper, which concluded in 1971. Therefore, the ownership and management of the "Estadio Braden Copper" passed to the state-owned coroporation Codelco Chile, which led to the name change to the current one.

New stadium

On May 21, 2008, the then-president Michelle Bachelet announced the "Red de Estadios para el Bicentenario", a programme in which w new stadiums were built and upgrades planned for others, among which was the Estadio El Teniente. However, remodeling El Teniente was not executed during the term of Bachelet, although this was projected, due to the 2010 Chilean earthquake.[2]

On September 2, 2012, President Sebastian Piñera announced in Rancagua the final draft of the plans for remodelling the stadium, which will have a capacity of 15 000 spectators. [3] Construction began on February 19, 2013, and delivery is planned for early 2014.[4]

The Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Profesional (ANFP) announced in December 2012 that El Teniente had been selected to host the 2015 Copa América, along with Santiago, Antofagasta, La Serena, Valparaíso, Viña del Mar, Concepción and Temuco. Host venue contested with the city of Talca, however Rancagua was chosen due to its closer proximity to the Chilean capital.[5]

Inaugural match

In the inaugural match, O'Higgins played against Lanús for the week 6 of the 2014 Copa Libertadores. The final result was 0-0, marking the elimination of the club from the competition, as they needed a victory to advance to the next round.[6]

1962 World Cup

Commemorative stamp of the match between Argentina and Bulgaria, played at the Estadio El Teniente.

The Estadio El Teniente hosted seven games during the 1962 FIFA World Cup, every game of Group 4 and a quarterfinal.

Teams which played in this stadium for the 1962 FIFA World Cup:

Matches

Group 4

30 May 1962
15:00 CLT (UTC-04)
Argentina  1 – 0  Bulgaria
Facundo Goal 4' Report
Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua
Attendance: 7,134
Referee: Juan Gardeazábal Garay (Spain)

31 May 1962
15:00 CLT (UTC-04)
Hungary  2 – 1  England
Tichy Goal 17'
Albert Goal 61'
Report Flowers Goal 60' (pen.)
Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua
Attendance: 7,938
Referee: Leo Horn (Netherlands)

2 June 1962
15:00 CLT (UTC-04)
England  3 – 1  Argentina
Flowers Goal 17' (pen.)
Charlton Goal 42'
Greaves Goal 67'
Report Sanfilippo Goal 81'
Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua
Attendance: 9,794
Referee: Nikolay Latyshev (Soviet Union)

3 June 1962
15:00 CLT (UTC-04)
Hungary  6 – 1  Bulgaria
Albert Goal 1'6'53'
Tichy Goal 8'70'
Solymosi Goal 12'
Report [7]
Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua
Attendance: 7,442
Referee: Juan Gardeazábal Garay (Spain)

6 June 1962
15:00 CLT (UTC-04)
Hungary  0 – 0  Argentina
Report
Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua
Attendance: 7,945
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki Maldonado (Peru)

7 June 1962
15:00 CLT (UTC-04)
England  0 – 0  Bulgaria
Report
Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua
Attendance: 5,700
Referee: Antoine Blavier (Belgium)

Quarter-finals

10 June 1962
14:30 CLT (UTC-04)
Czechoslovakia  1 – 0  Hungary
Scherer Goal 13' Report
Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua
Attendance: 11,690
Referee: Nikolay Latyshev (Soviet Union)

Images

References

  1. ^ "Stadiums in Chile". Worldstadiums.com. Retrieved 21 September 2011. 
  2. ^ http://www.elrancahuaso.cl/noticia/deporte/estadio-el-teniente-por-fin-se-cumplira-el-sueno-de-rancagua
  3. ^ http://www.gob.cl/destacados/2012/09/02/mandatario-presenta-proyecto-de-remodelacion-del-estadio-el-teniente-de-rancagua.htm
  4. ^ http://eltipografo.cl/2013/02/comenzo-el-proceso-de-remodelacion-del-estadio-el-teniente/
  5. ^ http://www.elrancaguino.cl/rancaguino/noticias_deportes.php?cod=2602
  6. ^ http://www.capodeprovincia.cl/2014/04/el-capo-de-america-se-despide-de-la.html
  7. ^ RSSSF credits this goal to Georgi Asparuhov.
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