Campo Municipal de Gobela

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Estadio Nuevo Municipal de Gobela
Full nameEstadio Nuevo Municipal de Gobela
Former namesEstadio Municipal de Gobela (1947—2004)
LocationGetxo, Spain
Coordinates43°19′53.29″N 3°0′23.28″W / 43.3314694°N 3.0064667°W / 43.3314694; -3.0064667Coordinates: 43°19′53.29″N 3°0′23.28″W / 43.3314694°N 3.0064667°W / 43.3314694; -3.0064667
OwnerArenas Club de Getxo
Capacity2,000
Surfaceartificial turf
Construction
Built1947
Opened27 September 1947 (0-0 vs Osasuna)
Renovated2004
ArchitectAnder Marquet Ryan (2004 Renovation)
Tenants
Arenas Club de Getxo

Campo Municipal de Gobela is the home stadium of Arenas Club de Getxo, Getxo with a 2,000 capacity.[1]

History[edit]

Arenas played at the Campo de Ibaiondo between September 1925 & May 1943. They were forced to sell the Campo de Ibaiondo and played at a number of stadiums in the Bilbao area over the next four seasons. The Campo de Gobela opened on 27 September 1947 with a league fixture against CA Osasuna (0-0). The stadium was rebuilt in 2004.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "estadio gobela :: La Futbolteca. Enciclopedia del Fútbol Español" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-01-22.