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Independiente Medellín

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Established
1913 (109 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estadio Atanasio Girardot
(40,043 Capacity)

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Location
Medellín, Colombia

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Colombia Categoría Primera A
Copa Sudamericana

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Upcoming Events
21 May 22 Independiente Medellín  -  La Equidad
25 May 22 Independiente Medellín  -  Guaireña FC
01 Jun 22 Deportes Tolima  -  Independiente Medellín
05 Jun 22 Envigado F.C.  -  Independiente Medellín
08 Jun 22 Independiente Medellín  -  Envigado F.C.

Latest Results
17 May 22 Internacional  2 - 0  Independiente Medellín
14 May 22 Independiente Medellín  1 - 0  Deportivo Pasto
11 May 22 Tigres FC  1 - 2  Independiente Medellín
08 May 22 Jaguares de  3 - 0  Independiente Medellín
04 May 22 9 de  3 - 2  Independiente Medellín

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Deportivo Independiente Medellín, also known as DIM, is a Colombian professional football team, based in Medellín, that currently plays in the Categoría Primera A. They play their home games at the Atanasio Girardot stadium, which is part of the Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex.
Independiente Medellín has won the Categoría Primera A six times: in 1955, 1957, 2002-II, 2004-I, 2009-II and 2016-I. Its best performance at international level was in 2003, when the team reached the semifinals at the Copa Libertadores.

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Atanasio Girardot Stadium is currently used mostly for football matches by two teams, Atlético Nacional and Independiente Medellín, two of the most successful and popular football clubs from Colombia. The stadium was built in 1953 and was renovated for the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia to a capacity of 40,043. The stadium was named after Atanasio Girardot, a Colombian revolutionary leader who fought alongside Simón Bolívar.

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