Emblematic Peruvian sports locations, such as the National Stadium or the National Sports Village, will receive thousands of athletes and dozens of disciplines which are part of the second most important multi-sport event on the planet.
Within this area, located to the west of Lima and part of Callao, two important venues are located: the Miguel Grau Coliseum and the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos Stadium.
Cluster B encompasses the districts of San Luis - location of the National Sports Village - and the central districts of Jesús María, Miraflores, San Borja, San Isidro and Surquillo, as well as the ecological district of La Molina. The main venues of this ring include the Pan American Athletic Stadium, the National Velodrome and the Eduardo Dibós Coliseum.
This ring comprises three large districts: Chorrillos, Surco and Villa María del Triunfo host, among other sites, the baseball field, the athletics stadium and the Morro Solar, where cycling competitions will take place.
Villa María del Triunfo
This cluster comprises the enormous district of Villa El Salvador, located south of Lima. Its main venue is the district’s Sports Center.
Villa El Salvador
This ring could be considered the most natural of the competition and includes the venues located outside Lima: it stretches from Huacho to the bay of Paracas, in the department of Ica.
With capacity for 50,000 spectators, Peru's National Stadium will be the main venue for Lima 2019. Among the events it will host are the opening and closing ceremonies of the Games, as well as the lighting of the Pan American flame. Located in downtown Lima, it will host the men’s and women's soccer finals.
Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
- Arrivals and departures..
- International Press Center.
- Radio and Television Center.
Villa El Salvador
- Accommodation for athletes.