Angola : 2008-11-06 Buco-Zau stadium unveiled on 11 November

Luanda, - The soccer stadium of Buco-Zau, 120 kilometres north off Cabinda city, will be inaugurated on 11 November in the ambit of the celebration of the National Independence Day, Angop learnt Tuesday from sports director of the province, Inocêncio Tomás.

The building of the stadium with one tartan track and lawn took 24 months and has a capacity for 2000 spectators.

The local direct of sports assured the press that for inauguration of the stadium was invited football team of Lower Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, that is due to arrive on Sunday to face the local mixed team under the command of former coach of Sporting de Cabinda, Arnaldo Chaves.

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