Estadio Alfonso Murube

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Alfonso Murube
Full name Estadio Municipal Alfonso Murube
Location Avenida de Otero s/n
51002 Ceuta, Spain
Opened 8 October 1997
Owner Autonomous city of Ceuta
Surface Grass
Capacity 6,500[1]
Field size 105 m × 70 m (344 ft × 230 ft)[1]
Tenants
AD Ceuta (1997–present)

Estadio Alfonso Murube is a football stadium located in the autonomous city of Ceuta, Spain in Northern Africa. It is the home stadium of Asociación Deportiva Ceuta who currently play in Segunda División B - Group 4, with a capacity of 6,500 seats. The stadium was inaugurated with a match between Ceuta and Algeciras Club de Fútbol, with the home team winning 4–2.[1]

Other events[edit]

On 16 April 2002, the stadium hosted a friendly between the Spain national under-21 football team coached by Iñaki Sáez and Yugoslavia under-21 team. With star players as José Antonio Reyes, Fernando Torres, Pepe Reina, Asier Del Horno, Javier Portillo, Mikel Arteta, Xabi Alonso and Raúl Bravo making appearances. Spain defeated Yugoslavia 2–1 with goals from Reyes and Torres.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Information" (in Spanish). adceuta.org. Retrieved 2010-09-22. 

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Coordinates: 35°53′07″N 5°19′40″W / 35.8854°N 5.3279°W / 35.8854; -5.3279