Centennial Olympic Stadium

Centennial Olympic Stadium
Article connexe : Turner Field.
Centennial Olympic Stadium
JO Atlanta 1996 - Stade.jpg
Adresse 755 Hank Aaron Drive SE
Atlanta, GA 30315
Coordonnées 33° 44′ 08″ N 84° 23′ 22″ W / 33.735556, -84.38944433° 44′ 08″ Nord
       84° 23′ 22″ Ouest
/ 33.735556, -84.389444
Construction et ouverture
Début construction 10 juillet 1993
Ouverture 19 juillet 1996
Architecte Heery International; Rosser International; Williams-Russell and Johnson; Ellerbe Becket
Coût de construction 207 millions $USD
Fermeture 27 août 1996
Démolition 27 août 1996 (reconfiguré en Turner Field)
Propriétaire Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games
Surface Pelouse naturelle
Capacité 85 000

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Géorgie

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Centennial Olympic Stadium

Géolocalisation sur la carte : États-Unis

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Centennial Olympic Stadium

Le Centennial Olympic Stadium était un stade de 85 000 places construit à Atlanta pour les Jeux olympiques d'été de 1996. Il organisa les Jeux olympiques en premier temps et fut ensuite reconverti en stade de baseball, le Turner Field.


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