This year, the San Mames Stadium is celebrating its 100th birthday, and already half built, the new stadium is going next door. That alone is worth the visit. We went on a Sunday morning and there was a huge line (moms with strollers, families, school groups, amazing). We bought our tickets and went during nap time, and there was still so many people. We first visited a mini-museum (no pictures allowed) leisurely, and then we started the tour. Apart from the stadium itself, there are a lot of worthwhile curiosities inside and things that the kids loved. A bust of Pichichi, a stuffed lion, the only Spanish stadium arch. The guide was very funny and we had a great time (even though I don't like football). I've told you everything in great detail and there are photos on my blog Planesconnhijos.com
Football fans can check out this football field, the Real Betis now called Benito Villamarin and formerly Manuel Ruiz de Lopera, where you can have a great afternoon and evening, a place full of illusion, with the thousands of Betis fans .
Upon arrival at the hotel, we found out that the next day there was going to be a Basque and Bolivia game, and we thought, why not go? Surprisingly, after buying the tickets, we found out that the Bolivia team was staying at our hotel. There was lots of ambience and anecdotes during the game. 29/12/2012
The stadium of Deportivo La Coruña situated in La Coruna. It's got a capacity of 34,600 spectators and is named to the proximity to the beach of Riazor, the most well known of Corunna. This stadium was inaugurated on October 28, 1944 and is one of the oldest stadiums in Spain.
Very nice view of the stadium from the Park Juan Mata with the Naranco Mountain in the background. The building that you can see in the distance and above is the spectacular private club Oviedo Asturian Center which you can visit if you are accompanied by a member.
Marbella boasts several sports endowments, although it is best known for having the football field with natural grass where the local team plays on a garden of crystals. Music concerts are held here too due to its large capacity. The site also has an athletics track, with tartan surface with five blocks and rope straight 6 375 meters, as well as Jumping pit, dressing rooms, nursing, media room, living, changing rooms and the offices of the UD Marbella. Sports activities that can be practiced are football and athletics, and hours are Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 22.00 and on Saturdays and Sundays depending on matches and training. Being very central, a problem is parking.