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Laudio - Ellakuri

Club Deportivo Laudio de Fútbol San Rokezar, or CD Laudio to you and me, has just won promotion to Segunda B for the first time its history. Playing at the picturesque Ellakuri, this club from the...

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Olot - Estadi Municipal d'Olot

Set in the foothills of the Pyrenees and in the middle of La Garrotxa Volcanic Park, Olot is not your stereotypical location for Spanish regional football. This small town of 32,000 inhabitants has...

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Granada - Campo Miguel Prieto Garcia

Just how do you measure the health of a Spanish football club? A look at the balance sheet perhaps? Well such a glance is not for the faint-hearted, as intensive care is overflowing with critically...

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El Palo - Estadio Nuevo San Ignacio

Centro de Deportes El Palo owes a great deal to one Francisco Rosas. You see, back in 1971, he and a group of friends set up the club on a patch of scrub-land in this small seaside town, which stands 4...

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Córdoba - Ciudad Deportiva Rafael Gómez

Córdoba Club de Fútbol B has joined the growing number of La Liga clubs with a reserve outfit in Segunda B for the 2013-14 season. Formed in 1997, this will be Córdoba B's first season in the third...

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Elche - Estadio Díez Iborra (Ciudad Deportiva)

Special thanks to Tom Kingston for his great work on this article. Tom splits his time between Bristol & Elche and has impeccable taste in following Elche CF & Bristol Rovers. Tom provides...

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Welcome to Estadios de Fútbol en España

If this is your first visit to Estadios de Fútbol en España or you are simply returning, can I offer you a very warm welcome to the only English language site dedicated to the history of Spanish...

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La Posada de Llanes - La Corredoria

A new season sees the return of Jamie McGregor and his travels around Asturias following UC Ceares. Jamie writes for In Bed With Maradona, the Spanish based @CompartirPasion and is responsible for the...

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Vilagarcia de Arousa - A Lomba

In his book "An Introduction to Football in Spain", Paulino Mouriño Rañó informs that whilst Recreativo Huelva may be the grandfather of Spanish football, it is the Galician town of Vilagarcia de...

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Calahorra - Polideportivo Municipal La Planilla

The Romans liked what they saw of Calahorra. Arriving in 189BC they renamed the town Calagurris and made it a 'Civis Romanus', building baths, a circus maximus and an amphitheatre. The city also minted...

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Marbella - Estadio Municipal de Marbella

Marbella - Playground to the rich and home to Europe’s swankiest millionaires. A city where Bentley’s and Bugatti’s promenade with monotonous regularity, and where oligarchs moor their super yachts for...

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Madrid - Estadio La Peineta / Nuevo Estadio del Club Atlético de Madrid

History has a funny habit of repeating itself. Just over 50 years ago, the then President of Atlético Madrid Don Vicente Calderón, purchased a large plot of land in the south western outskirts of...

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Talavera de la Reina - El Prado

Let’s be frank, the phrase “Top flight football club from Castile-La Mancha” is rarely used. With the notable exception of Albacete Balompié’s forays into La Primera, clubs from this historic region...

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Barcelona - Estadi Catalá / Camp de Foixarda

From time to time Twitter can be, well how can I put it...  a bit shit. Don't get me wrong, I like Twitter. It can be good and it can be fun. It has also proved extremely useful when promoting this...

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Alcalá de Guadaíra - Estadio Ciudad de Alcalá

Hang out the bunting and book a marching band! I bring news of a new Spanish stadium! Actually it’s not that new and before I get too carried away, its development has resulted in the loss of one of my...

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Villaviciosa - Campo Las Callejas

Good news everybody! Jamie McGregor is back with another article looking at the grounds of Asturias. Jamie is responsible for the English version of UC Ceares website. You can follow Jamie on Twitter...

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Pamplona - San Juan

What is your local sports centre like?  A couple of badminton courts, a five-a-side pitch and a gym full of complicated equipment? Maybe you’re lucky and there’s a swimming pool overlooked by a café?...

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Pravia - Estadio Santa Catalina

Jamie McGregor continues his look at the grounds of Asturias with a visit to the west of region. Jamie is responsible for the English version of UC Ceares website. You can follow Jamie on Twitter -...

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Barcelona - Nou Camp Municipal de Cornellá

Barcelona and its satellite towns have to be the number one location in Europe to feed a stadium addiction. In addition to the major attractions such as the Camp Nou, Estadi Olimpic and the Estadi...

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Leoia - Campo de Sarriena

It’s been a long time coming. 89 years to be precise, but in September 2014, Sociedad Deportiva Leioa will become the latest, in what seems to be a never-ending line of small Basque clubs to reach...

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Somozas - Campo Municipal de Pardiñas

Deep in the Galician countryside lies the small village of Somozas. Now, before you build too romantic a picture of its location, let me inform you that this is no rural idyll. Somozas is a dominated...

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Astorga - Campo Municipal La Eragudina

Whilst the city of Astorga has a long and rich history, which you can trace back over the millennia, its footballing heritage has much shallower roots. 1944 to be precise, when the current club’s...

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Alcorcón - Campo de La Canaleja

Anybody whose interest in Spanish football extends beyond the bright lights of La Liga will be aware of AD Alcorcón. They’re that small club from just outside Madrid. You know Alcorcón? They’ve been...

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Socuéllamos - Estadio Paquito Jiménez

I really want Socuéllamos to be the sort of town where you could find a Charles Bronson-type character, just sat playing his harmonica as you arrive at the railway station. In reality it is just...

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Villarrobledo - Campo Nuestra Señora de la Caridad

Any stadium that has the unofficial title of Wolf Ravine (Barranco del Lobo) has immediately won me over. When you learn that the official name is magnificently grandiose (Campo Nuestra Señora de la...

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