Roberto Clemente Stadium

Roberto Clemente Stadium

Roberto Clemente Stadium
Location 65 Infantería Avenue
Carolina, Puerto Rico
Capacity 12,500
Opened 2000
Gigantes de Carolina

Roberto Clemente Stadium (Spanish: Estadio Roberto Clemente) is a multi-purpose stadium in Carolina, Puerto Rico. It is currently used mostly for baseball games and is the home of Gigantes de Carolina. The stadium holds 12,500 people and was built in 2000. It is named after former Puerto Rican baseball great and native of Carolina, Roberto Clemente.

It hosted the 2007 Caribbean Series.

From 2008 it is planned to be the home of the Gigantes de Carolina (football club) who will be playing in the Puerto Rico Soccer League.

It will become home to Puerto Rico United in 2011.[1]


  1. ^ Puerto Rico United se muda on

External links

  • Estadio Roberto Clemente on Google Earth Placemark
  • Video about Stadium in 2006 on YouTube