Barcelona

CAPACITY :

99,786

CONSTRUCTED :

1957

Barcelona hosts regular team football, in the Spanish league. The Nou Camp Stadium hosted 5 games during the 1982 World Cup, the 1992 Summer Olympics and the European Cup Final in 1999 and 1989.

Bilbao

CAPACITY :

40,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2013

Bilbao is used for regular team football, in the Spanish league. The San Memes Stadium is the newest playing field in Spain; the previous stadium was used for hosting 3 matches during the 1982 World Cup.

Catalonia National

CAPACITY :

55,926

CONSTRUCTED :

1929

Catalonia National hosts the occasional Catalonia football matches. Hosted RCD Espanyol football between 1997 ' 2009, was a major venue during the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics and hosts the Catalan Dragons.

Madrid North

CAPACITY :

90,800

CONSTRUCTED :

1947

Madrid North is used for regular team football, in the Spanish league. The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium hosted the 1964 Euros, 4 games during the 1982 World Cup and 4 European Cup Finals.

Madrid South

CAPACITY :

17,393

CONSTRUCTED :

1998

Madrid South is used for regular team football in the Spanish league, by one of the top teams. The Coliseum Alfonso Perez located in Getafe, Madrid, hosted the 2010 Women's Champions League Final.

Madrid West

CAPACITY :

54,960

CONSTRUCTED :

1966

Madrid West is used for regular team football, in the Spanish league. The Vincente Calderon Stadium seating is red and white to match club colours, hosted 3 games during the 1982 World Cup.

Malaga

CAPACITY :

30,044

CONSTRUCTED :

1941

Malaga is used for regular team football in the Spanish league, by one of the top teams. La Rosaleda Stadium has hosted Spain Internationally 7 times and hosted 3 matches during the 1982 World Cup.

Seville North

CAPACITY :

45,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1958

Seville North is used for regular team football in the Spanish league. The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium hosted 4 games during the 1982 World Cup including a Semi-Final and the 1986 European Cup Final.

Seville South

CAPACITY :

56,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1929

Seville South is used for regular team football in the Spanish league, by one of the top teams. The Estadio Benito Vilmarin located in Seville, has hosted 2 games during the 1982 World Cup.

Spain National

CAPACITY :

90,800

CONSTRUCTED :

1947

Spain National is used for regular International football matches, for the National team. The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium hosted the 1964 Euros, 4 games during the 1982 World Cup and 4 European Cup Finals.

Valencia

CAPACITY :

55,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1923

Valencia is used for regular team football in the Spanish league. The Mestalla Stadium hosted 3 games during the 1982 World Cup and the 1992 Summer Olympic football matches including the Final.

Vigo

CAPACITY :

29,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1928

Vigo is used for regular team football in the Spanish league, by one of the top teams. The Estadio Balaidos hosted 3 games during the 1982 World Cup.

Villarreal

CAPACITY :

22,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1923

Villarreal is used for regular team football in the Spanish league, by one of the top teams. The Estadio de la Cer'mica is located near Valencia, there is a statue of a yellow'submarine outside the stadium.

SPAIN

FOOTBALL

SPORTS SIMULTOR

MENU