Parque Deportivo Estadio Nacional
Centro de Entrenamiento del Atletismo - Mario Recordón -
Coliseo del Estadio Nacional -
Centro de Entrenamiento de los Deportes Colectivos -
Centro Acuático Estadio Nacional -
Polideportivo 1 -
Explanada de los Deportes Urbanos -
Cancha de Fútbol Sur -
Centro de Entrenamiento Paralímpico -
Centro de Entrenamiento del Hockey Césped -
Centro de Entrenamiento de los Deportes de Contacto -
Centro de Entrenamiento del Tenis y Deportes de Raqueta -
Patinódromo Estadio Nacional
It will be the heart of the Pan American and Parapan
American games. Apart from the traditional coliseum that
will host athletics, there will be another 11 venues, new
and renovated ones, that will be one of the biggest
legacies of Santiago 2023.
Parque Bicentenario de Cerrillos
CEO - Canchas de Béisbol y Sóftbol CEO - Voleibol
Parque Bicentenario de Cerrillos is located in the southwest of Santiago and has 250 hectares. It was inaugurated in 2011 in commemoration of Chile’s Bicentennial. This precinct, which is located close to the Pan American and Parapan American Village, will be the home of athletes during the Games, in addition to being the venue for the closing ceremony of Santiago 2023. The competitions of baseball, softball, and sport climbing will be held here.
In the heart of Santiago, located inside Parque O'Higgins, is this classic indoor precinct of 44,000 square meters, with a capacity for 12,000 spectators. Here you will enjoy a first-class court and the urban park, a green lung of the city.
“A place for coming together” means its name in
mapudungún and its located at the side of the municipal
building. Since its opening, in 2008, is contributes to
the cultural and sports development in Santiago.
The “CEO” is the home of the Olympic Committee of Chile
and most of the federations of the country. In its installations,
also, there are two venues known as CEO 1 and CEO 2,
both of a multisport character.
The imposing front of the military building, that goes back to
the decade of the 50s, introduces broad grounds that include
a stadium, riding arena and attractive circuits for the practice
of different sports.
On a corner of Las Condes, in the streets Nevería, this
traditional club of the colony rises since 1950, with a weather
fountain welcoming you, which infrastructure counts with
tracks for the traditional sports of spain.
With all the British tradition, a colony of big importance that
goes back to de XX century, enjoys its mansion, parks and
courts. The club started functioning in 2926 and was
inaugurated by the Prince of Wales, Edward VIII, himself.
This military compound located on the outskirts of Santiago,
on the slope of Lo Aguirre Hill, and was inaugurated un 1989. Highlighted by its sober architecture and indoor and open
spaces for the practice of target shooting and clay pigeon
The CEVS is located in Lo Espejo, on of the most popular
district in the southern area of Santiago. Its infrastructure has
a strong community and inclusive meaning, allowing the
development of sports, social and cultural activities.
Its Surface of natural grass is one the of the best in the country,
being the actual venue of the football club Santiago Morning.
This venue was also used by the Chilean Rugby XV and seven
team in different international competitions.
It’s an artificial lake specially conditioned for the practice of
water skiing and its nestled on a privileged surrounding, with a
lot of vegetation. Its location is on the south of Santiago and it
borders some rural areas.
Located on one of the most populated districts of Santiago,
La Florida, the bowling center counts with redesigned alleys for hosting the Pan American Games, that will help to have a
bigger development of the discipline in the country.
Plaza de la Aviación is the starting point for the road cycling “gran fondo” event. It was one of the first Bicentenario projects of our country and is located alongside the Mapocho river, close to the Salvador metro station, in Santiago. With the trees surrounding it and the modern attraction of its water fountain, the square lights up at night to provide a spectacle full of color.
The Explanada Campo de Marte is a section of Parque O'Higgins. The park's old trees are a great place to rest in the center of the capital city. In its history, the esplanade has been used for various activities, such as music festivals and other events, but in October it will be the starting point for both the marathon and the race walk that will run through the streets of Santiago.
Mountain bike will take place on the trails of San Carlos de Apoquindo, which cover 807 hectares. In the venue, the natural beauty of the foothills is displayed, with a rich ecosystem of flora and fauna species. The discipline will be held in an environment where the views of the Andes Mountain range and the valley of Santiago are unique.
This stadium, inaugurated in 1986 and remodeled in 2008, is located in the pre-Andean district of La Florida. This attractive precinct has a capacity of 11,367 people and has not only hosted sports events of the highest category, such as the 2008 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup but also international concerts and even national elections.
Agricultural area known for its prestigious growing of vineyards and fruit. Is a district with "huasas" traditions, known like this because of its highlighted chiclean-farmer culture, linking the countryside with the development of the locality. Its scenery goes from plots, hills and irrigation areas that belong to the banks of the Maipo river, inspiring the cyclists during the race.
Together with the National Stadium coliseum, is one the of
most historical and with a biggest traditions venues. The home
of the Everton football club was the main stage for one of the
biggest male football events: The world cup of 1962, América’s
Cup of 1991 and 2015, and the final of the U-17 world cup of
Is one of the most traditional beaches of the touristic Garden
City. Its green areas, closeness to the Vergara pier and the
towers of the San Martín avenue, transform this place in an
icon of the Chilean central coast.
This venue was the locations of the South American Games
of Santiago 2014, also in the disciple of Handball. Its one of
the biggest indoor sport venues of the country and its opening
dates from the year 2000.
Dates from 1931 and it´s a tribute to one the most historical
football player of the country, born in the city and trained in
Santiago Wanderers, the local club. It was renovated in 2014
and is commonly known as Playa Ancha, because of the hill
where is nestled.
Slalom canoe enjoys of the rapid moving waters od the
Aconcagua river, that goes down form the mountain range and
goes through a big stream bathing the city of Los Andes, the
entry to the country from Argentina.
Escuela de Equitación Regimiento Granaderos, Quillota
In an agricultural area by excellence, in the heart of the
Valparaiso region, its located on the east of the traditional
army compound, where the finest jockeys are trained. The
place invites to the sport practice thank to its privileged location
in the foothills of the coastal mountain range.
It is located in Punta de Fraile, linked by an artificial arm with the Nature Sanctuary "Islote Pájaros Niños". Here is concentrated the most select of the nautical activity of the country and this beach is the scene of important regattas of the Pacific coast. The sailing competition will be held here.
Its winds, waves and quiet make the little city of Pichilemu
the perfect area for the practice of surf, in an environment
with mountain covered by woods and characteristic cactuses of
the center-south cost of Chile.
This natural lagoon has great conditions for the practice of
speed canoeing and rowing, disciplines that enjoy of a great
tradition at the district that is part of the Gran Concepción, one
of the more populates conurbations of Chile.
The second venue for sailing is located in the Coastline of Poets in the Valparaíso Region. Its calm waters are perfect for Formula Kite event in sailing. El Quisco provides a beach that allows the assembly of the equipment, very little swell, and constant winds so that sailors can hoist their sails and go sailing. It also offers a family space for everyone to enjoy the sport.