The sharp gradient of the main stand behind the goal is the signature feature of the recently redeveloped Estadio Chacarita Juniors. The 18,000-capacity home of Club Atlético Chacarita Juniors – situated 11 kilometres from the club's headquarters in the Villa Crespo area of Buenos Aires – was reopened in January 2011 after the previous wooden seats were replaced by a cement-based structure.

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