Estadio Municipal de Santo Domingo
Club: AD Alcorcón | Opening: 1999 | Capacity: 5,880 seats
History and description
Estadio Municipal de Santo Domingo was built in 1999, replacing the old Estadio Municipal that had stood at the same place.
The stadium got expanded in 2009 from an initial capacity of 2,800 to its present capacity. Further plans were made for an enlargement to 12,000 seats, but these got shelved due to funding difficulties.
How to get to Estadio Municipal de Santo Domingo
Estadio Municipal de Santo Domingo is located in the south-west of the small city of Alcorcon, which is part of the metropolitan area of Madrid.
The stadium lies a short 15-minute walk from Alcorcon’s city centre. Alcorcon can be reached by Cercanía suburban train from Madrid. Take line C-5 from Atocha rail station (or Embajadores) in the direction of Móstoles-El Soto. Cercanía station Las Retamas lies next to the stadium, while Alcorcón station serves the city centre. Trains run regularly and the journey only takes about 20 minutes.
The stadium can also be reached by metro, though it takes significantly longer to get there. The stadium is a 20-minute walk from metro stations Alcorcón and Parque Oeste, which are both on the circular line 12 that runs through Madrid’s southern suburbs. Take line 2 from Madrid’s centre (e.g. Plaza de España) and change to line 12 at Puerta del Sol.
Address: Av. Pablo Iglesias s/n, 28922 Alcorcón
Tickets for Alcorcon matches can be bought at the ticket windows of Estadio Municipal de Santo Domingo.
Tickets can also be bought at the stadium before the start of the match. Despite Estadio Municipal’s small capacity, Alcorcon rarely sell out.
Tickets cost €30.00 for the main stand or €20.00 for all other stands.
Photos of Estadio Municipal de Santo Domingo
Relevant Internet links
Adalcorcon – Official website of AD Alcorcón.
Ayto-alcorcon.es – Website of the Alcorcón municipality with tourist information.
Crtm.es – Public transport information for the Madrid metropolitan area.