Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica (2011)

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Estadio Nacional
Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, 2011.jpg
LocationSan José
Coordinates9°56′11″N 84°6′28″W / 9.93639°N 84.10778°W / 9.93639; -84.10778Coordinates: 9°56′11″N 84°6′28″W / 9.93639°N 84.10778°W / 9.93639; -84.10778
Built2009 - 2011
OpenedMarch 26, 2011
SurfaceGrass
ScoreboardYes
Construction cost110 million US Dollars
General ContractorAnhui Foreign Economic Construction
Capacity35,000
TenantsCosta Rica national football team

The National Stadium of Costa Rica (Spanish: Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica) is a multi-purpose stadium. It is mostly used for football matches. The stadium is in San José, Costa Rica. It is the largest stadium in Costa Rica and one of the largest in Central America. It holds about 35,000 people. It is the home ground of the Costa Rica national football team. The stadium was opened in 2011. It was built in the same place where the old national stadium (built in 1924) was located.

The stadium is the only venue of the 2013 Copa Centroamericana.