Estadio de Mongomo

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Estadio de Mongomo
Estadio de Mongomo
Full nameEstadio Santiago Nguema Eneme
Location Mongomo
Coordinates 1°39′4″N11°17′57.5″E / 1.65111°N 11.299306°E / 1.65111; 11.299306 Coordinates: 1°39′4″N11°17′57.5″E / 1.65111°N 11.299306°E / 1.65111; 11.299306
Capacity 10,000

The Estadio de Mongomo is a multi-sports stadium in Mongomo, Equatorial Guinea.

In November 2014, it was announced the stadium will be a venue for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. [1]

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  1. "EQUATORIAL GUINEA DESIGNATED HOST COUNTRY OF ORANGE AFCON 2015". 14 November 2014. Retrieved 14 November 2014.