Meet the La Liga stadiums. From the massive Camp Nou and Bernabeu to the tiny Ipurua in Eibar. From the ultra-modern San Mames to the old concrete colossuses in Valencia and Sevilla. Mix that up with the passion of Spanish football fans, and you’ve got the perfect football cocktail.

CityClubStadiumCap.
A CorunaDeportivo de La CorunaEstadio de Riazor34,600
BarcelonaFC BarcelonaCamp Nou99,354
BarcelonaRCD EspanyolRCDE Stadium40,500
BilbaoAthletic ClubEstadio San Mames53,000
EibarSD EibarEstadio de Ipurua7,083
GijonReal Sporting de GijonEstadio El Molinon30,000
GranadaGranada CFEstadio de Los Carmenes22,500
Las PalmasUD Las PalmasEstadio de Gran Canaria31,250
LeganesCD LeganesEstadio Municipal de Butarque8,138
MadridClub Atletico de MadridEstadio Vicente Calderon54,960
MadridReal Madrid CFEstadio Santiago Bernabeu81,044
MalagaMalaga CFEstadio La Rosaleda29,500
PamplonaCA OsasunaEstadio Reyno de Navarra19,800
San SebastianReal SociedadEstadio Anoeta32,000
SevillaReal Betis BalompieEstadio Benito Villamarin51,700
SevillaSevilla FCEstadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan45,500
ValenciaValencia CFEstadio de Mestalla55,000
VillarrealVillarreal CFEstadio El Madrigal25,000
VigoRC Celta de VigoEstadio Municipal de Balaidos31,800
Vitoria-GasteizDeportivo AlavesEstadio de Mendizorroza19,840

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