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Tigre

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Established
1902 (122 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estadio José Dellagiovanna
(26,282 Capacity)

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Location
Victoria, Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Competitions
Argentinian Primera Division
Argentinian Copa de la Liga Profesional
Copa Argentina

Last Edit
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27/02 Velez Sarsfi - Tigre
01/03 Tigre - Central Cór
08/03 Newells Old - Tigre
11/03 Tigre - Lanus
17/03 Godoy Cruz - Tigre

Results
21/02 Tigre 0 - 0 Chacarita Ju
17/02 San Lorenzo 2 - 0 Tigre
14/02 Tigre 0 - 1 Defensa y Ju
09/02 Estudiantes 2 - 0 Tigre
05/02 Tigre 0 - 2 Boca Juniors

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Club Atlético Tigre is an Argentine professional football club located in Victoria, Buenos Aires. Tigre currently plays in the Primera División, the top level of the Argentine football league system, having secured promotion as the 2021 Primera Nacional champion. Its name comes from Tigre, the city in which it was founded. Since its foundation in 1902, the club's colors have been blue and red.

Tigre plays its home venues at Estadio José Dellagiovanna (named after its first president), which has a capacity of 26,282 spectators.

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Stadium or Home

Estadio José Dellagiovanna (popularly knwon as the Coliseo de Victoria) is a stadium in Victoria, Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is the home venue of Club Atlético Tigre and was inaugurated in 1936. The stadium has a current capacity of 26,282 people.

The stadium also features a lighting system consisting of 4 towers with 13 spotlights each (2000 w) and 18 press booths. Its name honors José Dellagiovanna, former player and first president of C.A. Tigre, since 2009.

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