A stadium of beautifully raw proportions, Gonzalo Martinez Villar has captured 'Estadio Juan Carmelo Zerillo' also known as 'Del Bosque' and home of Argentinian side Club Gimnasia. Our latest feature in our residence series packs heaps of football cuisine.

Like the wrinkles of a tired pro, these stadium has a wealth of charm. Crumbling beauty the stadium is named after the president of the club who took the position from 1929 - 1931. He was at the helm at the time in which the club grabbed its only ever championship title so it's a fitting tribute that has left a lasting legacy.

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One of those stadiums you just know is home to story after story. It's about the people that keep it going and this glimpse, with it's weather worn rust around the edges, fading paint and wearing stands remain to capture the pride of football and the passion of it's fans. A mish mash of stands, it may seem unorthadox in a game awash with shimmering stadia but it's presence can compete with any - the aura and beauty of this gem a triumph that shows just what makes the game so damn picturesque.

Opened: 1924
Capacity: 21,500

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