Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo

Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo is a football stadium, in Las Condes in the metropolitan region of Santiago de Chile. It is used mostly for home matches stadium of the Chilean top club CD Universidad Católica which also owns the stadium. The stadium was built in 1988 and currently holds 14,118 people.

Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo
San Carlos
LocationCamino Las Flores, 13000, Las Condes, Chile
OwnerUniversidad Católica
OperatorUniversidad Católica
SurfaceGrass ( 108 x 68 metres)

At the club's beginning, all sports were on Santa Rosa de las Condes Stadium, which is a big sport centre that is going to be demolished and transported to San Carlos. The club president of the time Manuel Vélez Samaniego decided to open this sports complex.

By 1945, the club played as the home team at the Independencia Stadium which was demolished because of the financial problems of the club, and started to play at Unión Española Stadium, the Santa Laura. In 1980, the idea of a new stadium comes out, the stadium was opened on September 4, 1988, the football stadium was not the whole complex, the stadium had also rugby, athletics and some other sport fields.

The highest attendance for a football match at San Carlos de Apoquindo to date is 20,936, for a 0-0 tie between Universidad Católica and Cobreloa on November 1, 1992.


The stadium has hosted concerts by famous artists, spanning many different genres.

Video clips & musicEdit

Part of Pearl Jam's "World Wide Suicide" clip was filmed in the dresser rooms of the stadium.

Roxette's hit "It Must Have Been Love" (Live In San Carlos de Apoquindo) was included in their Tourism album (1992). In the booklet it reads: Vocals: Marie Fredriksson / Backing vocals: 45.000 Chilean fans.


Coordinates: 33°23′45.40″S 70°30′02.36″W / 33.3959444°S 70.5006556°W / -33.3959444; -70.5006556