Estadi Municipal de Montilivi
Club: Girona FC | Opening: 1970 | Capacity: 9,500 seats
History and description
Estadi Municipal de Montilivi officially opened on 14 August 1970 with a friendly between Girona and Barcelona. The stadium replaced the old Campo Alegre.
The stadium remained pretty much unchanged in the next decades and then slowly fell into disrepair. When the club got promoted to the Segunda Division in 2008, it therefore was in urgent need of an upgrade.
New seats got installed and the facilities underwent a refurbishment. Works were completed with the construction of a new East Stand, which opened in 2010.
How to get to Estadi Municipal de Montilivi
Estadi Municipal de Montilivi is located in the south-east of Girona at about 2,5 kilometres from Girona’s railway station and city centre.
Regular direct trains run from Barcelona-Sants railway station to Girona. The journey takes 70 to 100 minutes depending on the train.
From the railway station, you can catch bus L8 to get to the stadium. The bus passes right by the stadium. Get off at UDG Montilivi. Buses typically run every half an hour.
From Girona’s city centre bus L11 is an alternative. Again, get off at UDG Montilivi. Buses run every 15 minutes to half an hour.
Address: Av. Montilivi 141, 17003 Girona
Tickets for Girona matches can be bought online, or at the club office at the stadium.
Tickets are also available at the ticket windows of the stadium on the day of the match. Girona rarely sell out.
Ticket prices depend on the opponent, but for a low-profile match typically cost €10.00 for a seat behind the goal, €15.00 for the Preferent side, or €25.00 for the main stand. Prices get increased with €10.00 for higher-profile matches and more for the top matches.