Estadio El Sadar
|Clubs||Club Atlético Osasuna|
|Other names||Estadio Reyno de Navarra (2005-2011)|
|Inauguration||02.09.1967 (Zaragoza - Vitoria Setubal, 1-1)|
|Renovations||1989, 1998, 1999, 2003|
|Address||C/ El Sadar, s/n 31006 Pamplona|
Description: Estadio El Sadar
The ground was opened in 1967 and could then hold some 30,000 people. As time passed, though, this number was decreasing even despite adding another tier to the main stand in 1989. The cause is rather obvious – first bare concrete was replaced by benches and then by individual seats, all consuming initial space.
Since 1998 Estadio El Sadar was subject to constant renovations with offices, restaurant, club shop and press spaces created one after another. Largest changes since the 1989 reconstruction came, though, in 2003. Then it was converted into all-seater, pitch was moved up for better sightlines, tall fences dismantled, new giant screens installed and more rooms for various uses opened below the terracing.
In 2005 the venue was part of an unusual naming rights deal in which regional authorities of Navarra bought the naming rights, making the name sound Estadio Reyno de Navarra.
Spain: El Sadar ready, all it needs now is fans
Guided tours of the revamped stadium are so popular that it will be hard to book a visit in weeks. As for reopening of El Sadar, Osasuna’s president wants to wait until full capacity is allowed. How much did the project cost in the end?
Spain: New El Sadar shining bright
On Monday fans will see the stadium complete, even if (because of COVID) only from the outside and on TV. As the reconstruction sees its very last moments, the question of debt repayment was recently raised.
Spain: El Sadar faces final works on site
The new stadium of the CA Osasuna has recently witnessed a serious progress on the site. Works on the El Sadar Stadium are entering their final phase with the necessary roof finishing. The venue is expected to be completed in January.
Spain: Alternative stadiums of all La Liga teams
In case their region is forced to lock down again, each Primera División club was forced to select a second stadium to continue playing, outside their locality. Here are the choices, confirmed yesterday.
Spain: Osasuna presents updated design
Roof over the main grandstand could not be saved, so a new one has been designed. This, along with additional commercial space, makes the conversion of El Sadar a tad more expensive.
Spain: Muro Rojo – the choice of Osasuna
Record high turnout and quite decisive selection of the winning design: supporters of Osasuna chose the Muro Rojo vision. Now the club needs to have funding approved in order to go forward.
New designs: Osasuna socios to select the winner
The budget is very limited, yet all 5 conceptual entries are captivating. But perhaps the most beautiful element of the project is the fact that Osasuna socios will decide who wins...
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 2. The Clubs)
Borussia, Barca and Man United – lovely dominant trio. But it wasn’t them who gained most fans last season. Check all 217 clubs that draw an average crowd of 10,000+!
Spain: Osasuna desperate, propose to give up stadium
The second league club has debt beyond capabilities and offered to transfer its stadium and training centre to public authorities as part of payment. After 30 years Osasuna would reclaim ownership, if all claims are paid.
10+ Ranking: Here are the best European clubs by attendance
There are 229 clubs in Europe enjoying on average 10,000 spectators and more. We list all of them to show the Continent’s most magnetic teams. Some fanbases really deserve praise for their participation, right Rangers/Portsmouth?
Pamplona: 25 supporters injured in barrier collapse
During today’s La Lige closing at Estadio El Sadar a barrier collapsed, causing a surge in the celebrating crowd. 25 people were treated for injuries, but only 5 need hospitalization.