Design & Development

Paraguay’s Club Guaraní offers first look at new stadium vision

Featured image credit: Club Guarani

Paraguayan football team Club Guaraní has released the first rendering of its proposed new stadium.

The club, which is based in the capital city of Asunción, currently plays at the 8,000-capacity Estadio Rogelio Livieres. The proposed new stadium would have a capacity of 15,000.

Club Guaraní released the image on its official X account. The image depicts two-tier stands behind each goal, and single-tier stands along the side of the pitch.

The proposed stadium would feature a retractable roof, and construction is scheduled to begin at the start of the 2025 season.

The Estadio Rogelio Livieres opened in 1986. The new stadium would be one of the largest sports venues in Paraguay.

Club Guaraní is currently fifth in the Paraguayan Primera División’s Apertura competition.

Paraguay is set to be a host country during the 2030 FIFA World Cup, staging “celebratory” matches alongside fellow South American nations Uruguay and Argentina. The bulk of matches at the tournament will take place in Morocco, Portugal and Spain.