|Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica|
|Full name||Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica|
|Location||San José, Costa Rica|
|Opened||29 December 1924|
|Demolished||12 May 2008|
Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica (Costa Rica National Stadium) was a multi-use stadium in La Sabana, San José, Costa Rica. It was used mostly for football matches. The stadium held 25,000 and was built in 1924. It was replaced by the current National Stadium in 2011.
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