Estadio Obras Sanitarias

Estadio Obras Sanitarias (also known as Arena Obras Sanitarias and Templo del Rock) is an indoor arena in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Built in 1978,[1] it holds 3,030 people, and 4,700 for concerts.[2]

It is primarily used for basketball and is one of the home arenas of the Obras Sanitarias along with Polideportivo Municipal de San Rafael.

The arena hosted the 1978 Intercontinental Cup,[3] the 1983 tournament of the same competition[1][4] in which local Obras Sanitarias won the title,[4] and also the 1986 edition of the same competition in which Žalgiris Kaunas won the title.[5]

Concerts held

Live albums

Some of the live albums and DVDs recorded at this stadium include:

References

Preceded by
Pabellón de la Ciudad Deportiva
Madrid
FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Final Venue

1978
Succeeded by
Ginásio do Ibirapuera
São Paulo
Preceded by
Maaspoort Sports and Events
Den Bosch
FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Final Venue

1983
Succeeded by
Ginásio do Ibirapuera
São Paulo
Preceded by
Palau Blaugrana
Barcelona
FIBA Intercontinental Cup
Final Venue

1986
Succeeded by
PalaTrussardi
Milan


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