Estadio Rommel Fernández

Estadio Rommel Fernández


Panama City, Panama (PA)
The original name of the stadium was Estadio Revolucion, but in 1993 it switched its name to Estadio Rommel Fernandez in honor of Rommel Fernandez, a Panamanian soccer player who died in a car accident in Albacete, Spain, on May 6, 1993. Currently it is the home ground of ANAPROF team Plaza Amador and it's often used in the final game of each season. It also is home to the Panama national football team. Currently its being reconstructed to increase the capacity of the stadium while at the same time the field size. The stadium is set to reopen on July 2008, the current capacity is 25,000 seats.
The original name of the stadium was Estadio Revolucion, but in 1993 it switched its name to Estadio Rommel Fernandez in honor of Rommel Fernandez, a Panamanian soccer player who died in a car accident in Albacete, Spain, on May 6, 1993. Currently it is the home ground of ANAPROF team Plaza Amador and it's often used in the final game of each season. It also is home to the Panama national football team. Currently its being reconstructed to increase the capacity of the stadium while at the same time the field size. The stadium is set to reopen on July 2008, the current capacity is 25,000 seats.
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Links: www.fussballtempel.net
By: adrbr

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