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The Estadio Cincuentenario is an indoor arena in Formosa, Argentina. It hosts basketball, volleyball, futsal, boxing, handball and artistic events. Club La Unión plays at this stadium its home matches for the Liga Nacional de Básquet, the top level of the Argentine basketball league system. The same club also has a volleyball team that plays its home matches for the Liga Argentina de Voleibol – Serie A1 at the Cincuentenario as well.
|Opened||October 16th, 2007|
|Formosa Province Government|
It is part of a 40 hectares area located at the intersection of the avenues Paseo de Las Americas and Antarctica Argentina, that also includes the Antonio Romero football stadium, a kart track, a velodrome and a hostel.
The stadium occupies an area of 12,000 m2 and the sports flooring measures 48 meters long and 38 wide. In addition, the stadium offers seven broadcast booths with wireless internet (WI-FI), press area, four locker rooms, conference room, cafeteria, storage for sports elements, two gyms, central electronic four-headed scoreboard and two more screens.
- "El Polideportivo Cincuentenario, un flamante oasis en el desierto". lanacion.com.ar.