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1955 (68 years old)


Estadio Alberto Gallardo
(18,000 Capacity)

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Lima, Peru

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Peruvian Primera Division

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29 Jan 23 Union Comercio   -  Sporting Cristal
05 Feb 23 Sporting Cristal   -  Alianza Lima
12 Feb 23 Carlos A   -  Sporting Cristal
19 Feb 23 Sporting Cristal   -  FBC Melgar
26 Feb 23 EM Deportivo   -  Sporting Cristal

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21 Jan 23 Sporting Cristal  P - P  Academia Deportiva
15 Jan 23 Sporting Cristal  2 - 1  Deportes Tolima
06 Nov 22 Sporting Cristal  0 - 2  FBC Melgar
02 Nov 22 FBC Melgar  2 - 0  Sporting Cristal
30 Oct 22 Sporting Cristal  4 - 0  Carlos A

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Club Sporting Cristal is a Peruvian football team. Based in the Rímac District, in the department of Lima, it plays in the professional league known as the Peruvian First Division. Sporting Cristal has won the league title 19 times, and it is the Peruvian team with the third most National titles. All its titles have been won in the professional era.

It is one of the most popular football teams in Peru, along with Universitario and Alianza Lima; it is the youngest of the three. In 1997, it became the second Peruvian football club to reach the final of the Copa Libertadores, an international competition.

Sporting Cristal plays its home games at the Estadio Alberto Gallardo. They also play at the Estadio Nacional for international competitions such as Copa Libertadores or Copa Sudamericana. The Estadio Nacional is also the venue for matches against Universitario and Alianza Lima.

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Estadio Alberto Gallardo is a football stadium in the Rimac District of Lima, Peru, named after Alberto Gallardo, a former Peruvian football player and manager who played several years for Sporting Cristal. It is the home of football club Sporting Cristal. The stadium was built in the 1960s along the Rímac River for local football use and originally named Estadio San Martín de Porres. Many clubs playing in the Primera División, Segunda División, and district leagues of San Martín de Porres were among the many tenants the stadium had. In 1995, Sporting Cristal—one of the regular first division tenants of the stadium—decided to lease the venue from the Instituto Peruano del Deporte. The club recently signed a new lease contract for 10 years and will expire in 2022. The stadium itself has hosted few high-risk matches due to the limited access to the stadium and the low capacity of 20,000.



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