Spain stadium map

Map of Spain stadium. Spain stadium map (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Spain stadium map (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. Spain got a bit of everything: some of the temples of football in the form of Camp Nou and Bernabeu, a few shiny new arenas that tick all the right boxes, some newly built stadiums that have not worked out quite that well, some impressive and atmospheric but rather aged grounds, and some outright dumps that almost fall apart as its shown in Spain stadium map. While attendances do not match those in the Premier League and Bundesliga, many grounds still fill up nicely and when the curvas are in full voice, attending a match in Spain is an experience to remember. Spain has its fair share of the world most attractive and impressive stadiums.
Camp Nou was built between 1954 and 1957, and officially opened on the 24th of September 1957 with a match between FC Barcelona and a selection of players from the city of Warsaw. Estadio Santiago Bernabéu consisted of two uncovered tiers that could hold just over 75,000 spectators as its mentioned in Spain stadium map . Capacity was further increased to 125,000 in 1954, when one of the long sides got expanded with a third tier. Wanda Metropolitano is the recently opened new stadium of Atletico Madrid. It replaced Estadio Vicente Calderon, which lacked possibilities for expansion and modernisation being enclosed by a river and a motorway on one side and residential buildings on the other. Estadio Benito Villamarín was built in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exposition that was held in Seville that year. The first football played at the stadium was an international between Spain an Portugal on 17 March 1929.