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A Coruña: Estadio de Riazor
- Updated: 26 June, 2012
Official Name: Estadio Municipal de Riazor
Inauguration: 28 October 1944
First match: Deportivo La Coruña vs Valencia 2-3
Capacity: 34,600 seats
Address: Calle de Manuel Murguía s/n 15011 A Coruña
Deportivo’s Riazor stadium lies barely 150 metres west of the city’s main Riazor beach. The city of A Coruna is spread over a headland, but the stadium is around a 20 minute walk from the city’s main focal point, the Plaza de María. Alternatively, you can take either the number 3 or 7 bus from the city centre to the western edge of the Playa de Riazor.
Tickets for Deportivo’s matches at the Riazor can be bought online at http://www.canaldeportivo.com/taquilla/, by phone on +34 902 43 44 43, or at the ticket windows at the eastern end of the stadium. Tickets are price-zoned depending on the opponent, but with Deportivo’s return to La Primera, expect prices to range from €35.00 to €65.00.
There is no stadium museum at the Riazor, but Deportivo do have a club shop at the eastern end of the stadium next to Gate 27. You can arrange stadium tours here at a cost of €4.00 per person.Follow @icentrocampista