Estadio Carlos Tartiere
UEFA Category 3 stadium
|Full name||Estadio Municipal Carlos Tartiere|
|Owner||Ayuntamiento de Oviedo|
|Field size||105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)|
|Built||18 June 1998|
|Opened||September 20, 2000|
|Architect||Carlos Buxadé Ribot|
Joan Margarit Consarnau
|Real Oviedo (2000–present)|
Estadio Municipal Carlos Tartiere is a multi-use stadium in Oviedo, Spain. With a capacity of 30,500 seats, it is the 17th-largest stadium in Spain and the largest in Asturias. The new Carlos Tartiere replaced the former stadium of the same name built in 1932, as the home venue of Real Oviedo. The stadium has held three games of the Spain national team (the city has held seven in total), one game of the Spain national under 21 team and another one of the Asturian autonomous team.
The first stone of the construction was placed on 18 June 1998 and the first match played in this stadium took place on September 17, 2000, a Primera División match between Real Oviedo and Las Palmas. The stadium was officially opened on September 20, 2000, with a friendly match between Real Oviedo and FK Partizan.
The new stadium has been criticised by a number of different sources, especially about its location, which does not have adequate access and emergency exits for large attendances. Furthermore, the pitch is hard to maintain, due to its moist environment and lack of sunlight, especially during the winter. In addition, the large openings in the facade, which make it a cold stadium, are also subject to criticism, as well as its lack of color, with predominance of gray both inside, in the seating area, and outside, by the uncovered facade of concrete. Despite this, Emilio Llano, one of the architects of the stadium, has defended the stadium and claimed that "the problem could be in the grass and not in the subsoil".
On 24 May 2009, Real Oviedo beat the attendance record in a Tercera División game with 27,214 spectators. It was in the first leg of the 2009 Group Winners play-off against RCD Mallorca B, and the blues won 1–0.
The first international game was held on 23 December 2000, when the autonomous team Asturias played a friendly game against Macedonia. 25,000 people were in attendance at the game, which finished 1–0 with a goal from Juanele.
Spain has played three times in the new Carlos Tartiere. The first time, on 6 June 2001, against Bosnia and Herzegovina in a game which finished in a 4–1 Spanish victory and the second, on 12 September 2007, against Latvia, finishing with a 2–0 home win. On 5 September 2015 in UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying, Spain won against Slovakia 2-0.
Spain matches at Carlos Tartiere
|2 June 2001||Bosnia and Herzegovina||4–1||2002 FIFA World Cup qualification||28,000|
|12 September 2007||Latvia||2–0||UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying||26,000|
|5 September 2015||Slovakia||2–0||UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying||24,000|
The new stadium was closed off for one game after a game against Sporting de Gijón in the 2002–03 season. The game outside this stadium is not included in the stats. It was played at Estadio Román Suárez Puerta in Avilés in front of 1,500 fans against Levante in the last fixture of the season, when Oviedo had already dropped to Segunda División B. In addition, matches played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic are not included.
|2000–01 La Liga||452,200||29,000||16,500||23,800|
|2001–02 Segunda División||319,050||30,500||7,531||15,193|
|2002–03 Segunda División||221,797||12,898||7,180||11,090|
|2003–04 Tercera División||149,900||20,127||3,867||7,138|
|2004–05 Tercera División||154,643||21,000||4,321||7,364|
|2005–06 Segunda División B||120,188||8,622||3,879||6,326|
|2006–07 Segunda División B||98,912||6,935||1,000||5,206|
|2007–08 Tercera División||111,090||23,915||1,000||5,847|
|2008–09 Tercera División||117,504||27,214||4,000||5,875|
|2009–10 Segunda División B||174,330||20,136||5,983||8,717|
|2010–11 Segunda División B||115,690||8,557||4,354||6,089|
|2011–12 Segunda División B||126,481||10,121||5,095||6,657|
|2012–13 Segunda División B||213,221||20,635||5,650||10,153|
|2013–14 Segunda División B||145,521||15,132||4,506||8,085|
|2014–15 Segunda División B||289,205||30,500||8,759||13,772|
|2015–16 Segunda División||291,670||22,634||8,137||13,889|
|2016–17 Segunda División||284,508||18,281||8,098||13,548|
|2017–18 Segunda División||294,062||25,996||10,312||14,003|
|2018–19 Segunda División||282,031||23,175||5,683||13,430|
|2019–20 Segunda División||196,999||20,499||8,667||13,133|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Estadio Carlos Tartiere.|
- Oviedo Stadium
- "En 1998 se colocaba la primera piedra del Tartiere" (in Spanish). Real Oviedo. 18 June 2019.
- Llano: "La ubicación es de manual."; La Nueva España, 31 January 2013
- 27.214 carbayones estuvieron en el Tartiere; Marca, 25 May 2014 (in Spanish)
- "España 4-1 Bosnia / Eliminatorias Copa del Mundo - Zona Europa 2002". www.footballdatabase.eu. Retrieved 2020-04-20.
- 20minutos (2007-09-12). "España sólo araña con Letonia (2-0)". www.20minutos.es - Últimas Noticias (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-04-20.
- España, La Nueva. "España gana a Eslovaquia y se acerca a la Eurocopa 2016". www.lne.es (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-04-20.
- Asistencia histórica de espectadores al Carlos Tartiere Archived 2013-07-26 at Archive.today; LNE.es
- Estadios de Espana (in English)