Estadio Cartagonova

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Full name Estadio Municipal Cartagonova
Location Cartagena, Murcia, Spain
Owner Ayuntamiento de Cartagena
Capacity 15,105
Surface Grass
Built 1987
Opened February 7, 1988 (1988-02-07)
Renovated 2000
Architect CMMP Arquitectos
FC Cartagena

Estadio Cartagonova is a multi-purpose stadium in Cartagena, Spain. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of Segunda División club, FC Cartagena. The capacity of the stadium is 15,105 spectators.[1]


The construction of the football field, was assigned to the project team CMMP Arquitectos (Cardona, Martin and Plaza Molina), Murcia. These gave the bases for the design and construction of the Mini Estadi of FC Barcelona in 1982, designed by the Catalan architect Josep Ramón Casals. Completed in a few months, 7 February 1988 he competed in the first match in the new stadium was between Cartagena CF and Burgos CF which ended goalless, since 1995, hosts the home matches of FC Cartagena, in 1998 the team won its home larger to win 8-0 against CD Tortona. The name of the stadium, Cartagonova, Carthago Nova comes from the name of the city of Cartagena during the Roman period.


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Coordinates: 37°36′35″N 0°59′46″W / 37.609746°N 0.995977°W / 37.609746; -0.995977