|Full name||Estadio Chamartín|
|Opened||17 May 1924|
|Architect||José María Castell|
|Real Madrid (1924–1946)|
Estadio Chamartín was a multi-use stadium in Madrid, Spain. It was initially used as the stadium of Real Madrid matches before the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium opened in 1947. The stadium held 22,500 people and was built in 1924.
Closing and demolition
The final official match at the stadium was played on 13 May 1946, with Real Madrid winning 2-0 against CD Alcoyano in the quarterfinals of the Spanish cup. Three days later, Real Madrid played the "closing" friendly against Málaga in which the visitors won 5-4. Demolition works preceded the day after.
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