El Centrocampista

Primera Stadiums

  • La Liga continues its inroad into the English speaking market

    Following negotiations spanning several weeks, Granada CF today officially launched GrupoGCF – their new multimedia group. Grupo...

  • A Coruña: Estadio de Riazor

    Official Name: Estadio Municipal de Riazor Inauguration: 28 October 1944 First match: Deportivo La Coruña vs Valencia...

  • Barcelona: Estadi Cornellà-El Prat

    Official Name: Estadi Cornellà-El Prat Inauguration: 2 August 2009 First match: RCD Espanyol 3-0 Liverpool Capacity: 40,500 seats Address:  Av. Baix Llobregat...

  • Barcelona: L’Estadi Camp Nou

    Official Name: Nou Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona Inauguration: 24 September 1956 First match: FC Barcelona-Warsaw selection 4-2 Capacity: 98,787 seats...

  • Bilbao: Estadio San Mamés

    Official Name: Estadio San Mamés Inauguration: 21 August 1913 First match: Athletic Club – Real Unión de Irún Capacity: 40,000 seats Address: Alameda de...

  • Granada: Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes

    Official Name: Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes Inauguration: 16 May 1995 First Match: Real Madrid – Bayer Leverkusen...

  • Madrid: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

    Official Name: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Inauguration: 14 December 1947 First match: Real Madrid 3-1 Belenenses Capacity: 85,454  seats Address:  Avenida de Concha...

  • Madrid: Estadio Vicente Calderón

    Official Name: Estadio Vicente Calderón Inauguration: 2 October 1966 First Match: Atletico Madrid 1-1 Valencia Capacity: 54,960  seats Address:  Avenida de Concha...

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