Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena (Salta)

The Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena was built in 2001 ahead of Argentina hosting the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship (now known as the FIFA U-20 World Cup). The stadium would host several matches in the Championship, before hosting two group matches for the 2011 Copa América.

The stadium is now home to two local Third Division football sides, Juventud Antoniana and Central Norte and continues to be used for summer pre-season tournaments and recently the Copa Argentina.

Tenants: Juventud Antoniana & Central Norte (Football)

Opened: 2001

Capacity: 20,408

Address: Av Juan Pablo Segundo, A4400 Salta, Argentina

The Argentina national rugby union side have also played a number of international matches at the Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, including matches against Australia, England, Italy, South Africa and the United States.

Tickets at Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena

Argentina Rugby Union team  – Information for upcoming Argentina national rugby union matches to be held at the stadium will be available on the official Pumas website here.

Location & Travel to Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena

The stadium is located in the city of Salta in the northwest of Argentina. The stadium is located approximately 5km to the south of the city centre.

Airport – The closest airport is the Martín Miguel de Güemes International Airport, approximately 7km southwest of the centre of Salta. The airport mainly has domestic flights but does have a few international routes, including Lima in Peru and Santa Cruz de la Sierra in Bolivia.

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Taxi –  Public transportation within Salta is all but non-existent, therefore it is recommended to use a taxi to get to the stadium if staying within the city centre. It is best advised to call ahead to book a taxi, with fares being negotiated so make sure you agree on a price first!

Where to stay in Salta

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Last Updated on February 24, 2021 by Sports Tourist

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