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|Owner||Desarrollos Empresariales Deportivos, S.L.|
|Field size||105 metres (115 yd) x 70 metres (77 yd)|
Estadio Helmántico (English: Helmántico Stadium) is a football stadium in Salamanca, Spain where UD Salamanca played home matches. The stadium holds 17,341 and was built in 1970. It is located in the municipality of Villares de la Reina, on the outskirts of the city.
The Stadium also has a mini-stadium where the team usually trains and once a year hosts an international athletic championship. They are officially called "Javier Sotomayor", for Javier Sotomayor who set the world record in high jump there, but they are popularlly called "Pistas del Helmántico". In addition, there are also some swimming pools and tennis courts.
Nowadays, it hosts the local games of the Club de Fútbol Salmantino.
- "El Salmantino liderará el proyecto de los nuevos dueños del Helmántico". La Crónica de Salamanca. 11 July 2016. Retrieved 19 July 2016.
- Estadios de Espana (in English)
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