Estadi Ciutat de València

Capacity26 354
296 (VIP seats)
Country Spain
ClubsLevante UD
Last renovation year2021
Other names Estadio Antonio Román (1969–1972), Nou Estadi (1972–1999)
Inauguration 09/09/1969 (Levante UD – Valencia CF)
Renovations 1997, 2016, 2021
Address Paseo de la Alameda 34, 46023 València


Estadi Ciutat de València – stadium description

Built in 1969, the ground didn’t change much over the years. Enclosed from all sides by single-tiered stands is covered only around the main grandstand side. Until 1997 this was also the only part of the venue to have individual seats. But as requirements changed, new seats arrived and settled capacity just above 25,000.

Between 2007 and 2010, a shopping centre was built along the eastern stand, and in the summer of 2016 the club carried out a complete replacement of the seats throughout the stadium, while painting some of the structure in club colours. Between 2020 and 2021, a new roof was made, which covered all the stands. Along with the canopy, two video screens were installed.

Though it’s not even the best stadium in Valencia, it hosted a couple of international games of the Spanish national team, all friendlies.



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