Royal Pari


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2002 (20 years old)


Estadio Ramón Tahuichi Aguilera
(38,000 Capacity)

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Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia


Bolivian Primera División
Copa Sudamericana

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Upcoming Events
09 Oct 22 Royal Pari  -  Club Universitario
13 Oct 22 Blooming  -  Royal Pari
15 Oct 22 Royal Pari  -  Club Deportivo
19 Oct 22 Always Ready  -  Royal Pari
23 Oct 22 Royal Pari  -  Aurora

Latest Results
04 Oct 22 Atlético Palmaflor  1 - 1  Royal Pari
01 Oct 22 Nacional Potosí  1 - 0  Royal Pari
28 Sep 22 Royal Pari  0 - 2  Always Ready
18 Sep 22 Royal Pari  1 - 0  Oriente Petrolero
11 Sep 22 Independiente Petrolero  3 - 0  Royal Pari

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Royal Pari Fútbol Club, best known as Royal Pari, is a Bolivian football club based in Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Founded in 2002, it plays in the Bolivian Primera División after being promoted for the 2018 season.

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Estadio Ramón "Tahuichi" Aguilera Costas is a multi-purpose stadium in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. It is used mostly for football matches, on club level by Blooming, Oriente Petrolero, Destroyers, and Royal Pari. The stadium has a capacity of 38,000 people and was built in 1939. It was also one of the official stadiums for the 1997 Copa America as well as a number of international regional tournaments, such as, Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana. Initially, it was known as Estadio William Bendeck, but in 1980 it was renamed after the Bolivian player Ramón Aguilera Costas.

Organized by the Tahuichi Academy, every year during January this stadium hosts one of the greatest youth football (soccer) tournaments in the world, the "Mundialito Paz y Unidad." Past participants of the U-15 tournament have included Real Madrid, Benfica, Atlas FC, Vasco da Gama, River Plate, Colo-Colo and many youth national teams.




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