Estadio José Zorrilla

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For the previous home of Real Valladolid, see Estadio José Zorrilla (1940).
Estadio Municipal José Zorrilla
Estadio José Zorrilla desde Preferencia A.jpg
Full name Estadio Municipal José Zorrilla
Location Avenida del Mundial 82, s/n
47014, Bandera valladolid.svg Valladolid,
Banderaprovvalladolid.svg Province of Valladolid,
Flag of Castile and León.svg Castile and León,
Coordinates 41°38′40″N 4°45′40″W / 41.64444°N 4.76111°W / 41.64444; -4.76111
Owner Ayuntamiento de Valladolid
Operator Real Valladolid
Executive suites 120
Capacity 26,512[1]
Field size 105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)
Surface Grass
Opened 20 February 1982
Architect Ricardo Soria
Real Valladolid (1982—present)

Estadio José Zorrilla [esˈtaðjo xoˈse θoˈriʎa] is a football stadium in Valladolid, Spain. The stadium holds 26,512 people.

The stadium was built in 1982 and is named after poet José Zorrilla y Moral. Prior to this, they played in the old Estadio José Zorrilla.

The first match to be played at the stadium was a Spanish Liga match 20 February 1982 between Real Valladolid and Athletic Bilbao which ended in a 1–0 victory for Valladolid, the only goal being scored in the 84th minute by Jorge Alonso. The 1982 Copa del Rey Final was played at the stadium on 13 April, with Real Madrid defeating Sporting de Gijón 2–1.

During the 1982 FIFA World Cup, three Group D matches (Czechoslovakia-Kuwait, France-Kuwait and France-Czechoslovakia) were played at the Estadio Zorrilla.

Pop Superstar Michael Jackson performed a sold_out show on september 9 1997 during his HIStory World Tour.

Plans are currently under way to expand the stadium to 40,000 spectators. The project is known as Valladolid Arena[2] [baʎaˈðolið aˈɾena].

In 2016, the stadium hosted the Copa del Rey de Rugby final between SilverStorm El Salvador and VRAC Entrepinares. 26,500 spectators attended to the game beating the record of attendance to a rugby union match in Spain.[3]

1982 FIFA World Cup[edit]

The stadium was one of the venues of the 1982 FIFA World Cup, and held the following matches:

Date Team 1 Res. Team 2 Round
1982-06-17  Czechoslovakia 1–1  Kuwait Group 4 (first round)
1982-06-21  France 4–1  Kuwait Group 4 (first round)
1982-06-24  France 1–1  Czechoslovakia Group 4 (first round)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Estadio José Zorrilla" (in Spanish). Real Valladolid. Retrieved 30 May 2016. 
  2. ^ "El proyecto 'Valladolid Arena' deja vía libre para cerrar o cubrir el Estadio - El Día de Valladolid Digital". Retrieved 2011-11-17. 
  3. ^ "El Salvador y el rugby salen campeones en Zorrilla" (in Spanish). Marca. 17 April 2016. Retrieved 20 April 2016.