- Address: Avenida Isabel La Católica 821, Lima
- Country: Peru
- Capacity: 33,000
- Opened: 27 December 1974
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Alianza Lima (football)
Extra stadium info – Estadio Alejandro Villanueva
The construction of the venue, which opened as the Estadio Alianza Lima, started in 1969. The stadium is named after Alejandro Villanueva, a former football player of Alianza Lima. He played for the national football team of Peru in the inaugural FIFA World Cup in 1930. Peru played two FIFA World Cup games that year. They lost the first match against Romania. The national football team of Peru also lost the second game against Uruguay, the winners of the inaugural FIFA World Cup.
Alianza Lima was founded in 1901. In 2003, they became the second football club from Peru with 20 top-flight league titles. Their rivals Club Universitario de Deportes became the first Peruvian football club with 20 top-flight league titles. In 1987, Club Alianza Lima were close to winning another top-flight league title, but tragedy got in the way. In December of that year, Alianza Lima made a trip for an away game. They won the game 2-0. The team took a charter flight for the trip back. The airplane crashed into the sea when it was a few miles away from the airport. The only survivor was the pilot of the airplane.