Polideportivo Fernando Martín

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Polideportivo Fernando Martín
Polideportivo Fernando Martín, Fuenlabrada.jpg
Location Fuenlabrada, Spain
Coordinates 40°16′57″N 3°48′2″W / 40.28250°N 3.80056°W / 40.28250; -3.80056
Owner Fuenlabrada City Hall
Capacity 5,700
Surface Parquet Floor
Opened 1991
Tenants
Baloncesto Fuenlabrada

Pabellón Polideportivo Municipal Fernando Martin is an arena in Fuenlabrada, Madrid Province, Spain. Opened in September 1991,[1] and named for the Spanish basketball player Fernando Martín Espina, the arena has a seating capacity for 5,700 people. It is primarily used for basketball and is the home arena of Alta Gestión Fuenlabrada.[1]

During the group stages of 1991-92 Euroleague, the arena was home to Serbian club KK Partizan, which was forbidden by FIBA from playing its home games on home soil due to the war that was starting in SFR Yugoslavia.[2]

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Coordinates: 40°16′57″N 3°48′2″W / 40.28250°N 3.80056°W / 40.28250; -3.80056