The 2023–24 La Liga, is the 93rd season of La Liga, Spain’s premier football competition.
In this article, we will have a look at the stadiums that will host this tournament.
2023-2024 La Liga Stadiums
One of the oldest Spanish stadiums is the Mendizorroza, home of Deportivo Alaves. It opened in 1924 and has a capacity of 19,840. Alaves has spent 17 seasons in La Liga and their biggest achievement is reaching the final of the UEFA Cup in 2001.
The Power Horse Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium that opened in 2004 and holds 15,274 people. It is the home of Almeria who will participate this year in their 8th La Liga championship.
The 7th biggest Spanish stadium with a capacity of 53,331 is the San Mames in Bilbao. It opened in 2013 in the place of the old stadium with the same name. It serves as the home to Athletic Bilbao, a team that has never been relegated from the Primera Division along with Barcelona and Real Madrid. The club has won the title 8 times.
The 3rd largest stadium in Spain with a capacity of 70,000 is the Metropolitano stadium in Madrid. It opened in 1994 and was completely renovated in 2017. Since then it has been the home stadium of Atlético Madrid. The club is the third most successful team in Spanish football having won the La Liga on eleven occasions.
The Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys will be the home of Barcelona for the 2023-2024 season. It opened in 1927 and was the main venue for the 1992 Summer Olympics. Barcelona has won the title 27 times.
The Nuevo Mirandilla stadium has a capacity of 20,700 and was built in 1955. Since then it has been the home stadium of Cadiz. The club has played 16 seasons in La Liga.
The Estadio Municipal de Balaídos opened in 1928 and has a current capacity of 25,000. It was one of the venues of the 1982 FIFA World Cup. Now it serves as the home to Celta Vigo. The club has played 58 seasons in La Liga having finished in the 4th place twice.
The Coliseum Alfonso Pérez stadium has a capacity of 16,500 and opened in 1998. Since then, it is the home of Getafe CF. The club has played 19 seasons in La Liga finishing 5th on one occasion.
The smallest stadium in La Liga with a capacity of 13,400 is the Estadi Montillivi, home of Girona FC. This will be the 4th appearance for Girona in the Spanish top division.
The Estadio de la Cerámica opened in 1923 and has a capacity of 23,000. It serves as the home to Villareal who began playing in La Liga in 1998. Since then the club has finished in the second place once and won the Europa League in 2021.
The Mallorca Son Moix Stadium opened in 1999 and since then it has been the home stadium of Real Mallorca. In 31 appearances in La Liga the club’s best-ever position is the 3rd in 1999 and 2001.
The Nuevo Los Cármenes stadium was built in 1995 to be the home venue of Granada CF. The club has played 27 seasons in La Liga.
The Gran Canaria stadium has a capacity of 32,300 and opened in 2003. Since then it is the home stadium of Las Palmas. The club has played in 35 seasons in La Liga finishing in the 2nd place in 1969.
The El Sadar Stadium opened in 1969 in the city of Pamplona with a capacity of 23,500. It is the home ground of Osasuna who have 42 appearances in the Spanish top division.
The Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas is a football stadium in Madrid, opened in 1976 with a capacity of 14,700. It serves as the home to Rayo Vallecano who will play this year in their 21 La Liga season.
One of the oldest stadiums in the League is the Benito Villamarin in Sevilla. It opened in 1929 with a capacity of 60,000. The stadium hosted two group matches in the 1982 FIFA World Cup. Now it is the home of Real Betis. The club has won one title in 58 appearances in Primera Division.
The biggest stadium in the League with a capacity of 83,000 is the Santiago Bernabeu home of Real Madrid. It opened in 1947 and has hosted 4 Champions League finals, the 1964 Euro Final, and the 1982 World World Cup Final. Real Madrid holds the record for the most La Liga champions, having clinched the title 35 times.
The Anoeta Stadium is a football stadium in San Sebastián that was inaugurated in 1993. It has a capacity of 39,000 and is the home of Real Sociedad. Sociedad has spent 77 seasons in La Liga having won the title two times.
The Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium was built in 1955 and in its history, it has hosted the 1986 European Cup Final, the 1982 World Cup semi-final game, and the 2022 Europa League final. The stadium’s original capacity was 70,000 which now is reduced to 42,700. It serves as the home to the 1946 Spanish champions, Sevilla FC. The club has played 77 seasons in La Liga.
The Mestalla stadium was built in 1923 and has a capacity of 49,400. The stadium hosted games for the 1982 World Cup and the 1992 Summer Olympics. It is the home to Valencia CF who has won six Spanish League titles in 87 seasons in La Liga.