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LALA FC

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Established
2011 (10 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Polideportivo Cachamay
(41,600 Capacity)

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Location
Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela

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Venezuela Primera Division

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18 Jul 21 Metropolitanos F.C.  1 - 0  LALA FC
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26 Jun 21 Atlético Venezuela  4 - 2  LALA FC
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Asociación Civil LALA Fútbol Club is a Venezuelan football club based in Ciudad Guayana, and playing in the Venezuelan Primera División since the 2019 season. It was founded in 2011 and plays its home matches at the Polideportivo Cachamay.

Founded in 2011 as Estudiantes de Caroni Fútbol Club, the club first reached the Venezuelan Segunda División in 2013. In 2015, after a merger with Fundación Academia Deportiva Lala, the club changed name to Asociación Civil LALA Fútbol Club.

In December 2020, LALA was changing its name to Bolívar Sport Club, but the name change did not materialize.

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The Estadio Cachamay is part of the Centro Total de Entretenimiento Cachamay (English: The Total Entertainment Center of Cachamay). It is a multipurpose stadium located on Avenida Guayana in Puerto Ordaz (Part of Ciudad Guayana) Bolivar State, Venezuela. The old stadium was opened in 1990 and subjected to an expansion, modernization and remodeling over the years 2006–2007, which involved the demolition of some parts and redesign of its structure to point to double its capacity before 2006, being one of the 9 host stadiums of the 2007 Copa América, when it reopened as Cachamay CTE. It is set in grounds with beautiful natural landscapes, surrounded by the mighty river Caroni and waterfalls Cachamay Park. The sports center is managed by the Cachamay Foundation, with home court advantage for soccer teams AC Mineros de Guayana and AC Minervén FC Bolivar. The CTE is known popularly as Cachamay Cachamay Stadium.

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