Estadi Ciutat de València

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Ciutat de València
Estadi Ciutat de València.png
Former names

Estadio Antonio Román (1969-1972)

Nou Estadi del Llevant (1972-1999)
Location Valencia, Spain
Coordinates 39°29′41″N 0°21′51″W / 39.49472°N 0.36417°W / 39.49472; -0.36417Coordinates: 39°29′41″N 0°21′51″W / 39.49472°N 0.36417°W / 39.49472; -0.36417
Public transit Isotip de Metrovalència.svg Estadi del Llevant (Line 6)
Owner Levante UD
Operator Levante UD
Capacity 26,354
Field size 107 metres (117 yd) x 68 metres (74 yd)
Opened 1969
Levante UD

Estadi Ciutat de València[1] (Valencian pronunciation: [esˈtaði θjuˈtad de βaˈlenθja]; Spanish: Estadio Ciudad de Valencia [esˈtaðjo θjuˈða ðe βaˈlenθja]; English: City of Valencia Stadium) is a football stadium in Valencia and is the home ground of Levante UD. The stadium holds 26,354 and was built in 1969.

On 8 September 2014, the ground hosted Spain's first match of UEFA Euro 2016 qualification, a 5–1 victory over Macedonia.[2]


  1. ^ Estadi Ciutat de València Archived 2009-02-09 at the Wayback Machine., at the Levante UD web (in Spanish)
  2. ^ Jenson, Pete (8 September 2014). "Spain 5-1 Macedonia: David Silva stars as reigning champions get their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign off to a winning start". Daily Mail. Retrieved 8 September 2014. 

External links[edit]