Top 10 Biggest Stadiums in the Spanish La Liga
Top Ten Best Stadiums In The Spanish La Liga
Which are the Top 10 Biggest Stadiums in the Spanish La Liga? The Spanish La Liga is the top flight football league in Spain. So have you ever wanted to know those big Soccer Stadiums for Spanish clubs you know like Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Valencia… etc , how large these stadiums are by capacity? You should have no more worries as as we’ve listed down the top ten largest football sport arenas in the Spanish La Liga by the capacity of spectators they can hold.
Top 10 Biggest Stadiums in the Spanish La Liga by Capacity
If you have not been following our posts, i ask you also read about Top 10 Biggest Stadiums in The Premier League , Top 10 Clubs with Most Europa League Trophies & 10 Players with Most Chelsea Appearances. Because we are to now going to find out those Top 10 Biggest Stadiums in the Spanish La Liga by Capacity , you can read through those lists later. The Spanish La Liga is among the top five European Leagues but which Clubs in the Spanish domestic league do have the largest Stadiums that probably hold the biggest Capacity. Here we go stepping down the list in descending way till we find out that Stadium which is the Largest among Spanish clubs
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10. Estadio Riazor – 34,600 Capacity
Estadio Riazor is number 10 on our list with the Top 10 Biggest Stadiums in the Spanish La Liga. Since 1944 when Estadio Riazor was opened, Spanish Club Deportivo de La Coruna have been the tenants of this stadium. The stadium was Deportivo’s home ground since 1906 though it had yet to have essential facilities that were all done in October 1944. Since then the stadium accommodates 34,600 spectators.
Estadio Riazor hosted the Copa del Rey final of the 1947 league season which saw Real Madrid play RCD Espanyol . Later in the 1982 FIFA World Cup competitions, the stadium hosted three games i.e the two goalless draws of Peru 0-0 Cameroon, Poland 0-0 Cameroon and a 5-1 win for Poland against Peru.