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Juan Ramón Loubriel (BY-3)


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Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium (Estadio Juan Ramón Loubriel) is a 12,500 seat stadium at Route 2 and Route 5, in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.

Built in 1974 and originally used for baseball, it was home to the "Vaqueros de Bayamón" up until 2003 when the team ceased to exist.

In 2003 with the Vaqueros folding the stadium seemed doomed to be relegated to a youth stadium or demolition, but late that same year the stadium was reborn and was to be home for another professional club. However, this time it would be as an association football stadium. It had been chosen by the Puerto Rico Islanders as their new home. Its "L" shaped stands were not suited for the sport and it originally had an awkward feel to it since the stand behind the goal angles away from the pitch. This has led most of the fans to prefer to sit in the part of the stands that run parallel to the pitch.

Its also home to Bayamon FC, a professional football team in the Puerto Rico Soccer League. It used to be home Sevilla Bayamon FC, now called Sevilla-FC Juncos, after they moved to Juncos.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome postcard.

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