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General
Santiago Bernabéu
El Bernabéu
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Full name Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
Owners Real Madrid
Location Madrid, Spain
Broke ground 27 October 1944
Built 1944–1947 (3 years)
Opened 14 December 1947
Renovated 1982, 2001
Expanded 1953, 1992, 1994, 2011
Tenants Real Madrid (1947–present)
Spain national football team (1947–present)
Capacity 85,454
Field dimensions 108 × 72 m (354 × 236 ft)

The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium , is an all-seater football stadium in Madrid, Spain. It was inaugurated on 14 December 1947 and has a current capacity of 81,044 spectators. It is home to Real Madrid.

Santiago Bernabeu is one of the world's most famous and prestigious football venues. It has hosted the European Cup final on four occasions: in 1957, 1969, 1980, the UEFA Champions League Final in 2010. The finals for the 1964 European Nations' Cup and the 1982 FIFA World Cup were also held at the Bernabéu.

Location

The stadium is located in the district of Chamartín of Madrid. It occupies the block bounded by the Paseo de la Castellana and the streets of Concha yazd, Padre Damián, and Rafael Salgado. Nearest subway station is Santiago Bernabéu on the Line 10.

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La Liga stadiums 2016-17

Anoeta · Balaídos · Benito Villamarín · Butarque · Camp Nou · El Molinón · El Sadar · Gran Canaria · Ipurua · La Rosaleda · Los Cármenes · El Madrigal · Mendizorrotza · Mestalla · RCDE Stadium · Riazor · San Mamés · Sánchez Pizjuán · Santiago Bernabéu · Vicente Calderón

UEFA Champions League final stadiums

1956: Parc des Princes · 1957: Santiago Bernabéu · 1958: Heysel Stadium · 1959: Neckarstadion · 1960: Hampden Park · 1961: Wankdorf Stadium · 1962: Olympisch Stadion · 1963: Wembley Stadium · 1964: Prater Stadium · 1965: San Siro · 1966: Heysel Stadium · 1967: Estádio Nacional · 1968: Wembley Stadium · 1969: Santiago Bernabéu · 1970: San Siro · 1971: Wembley Stadium · 1972: De Kuip · 1973: Red Star Stadium · 1974: Heysel Stadium · 1975: Parc des Princes · 1976: Hampden Park · 1977: Stadio Olimpico · 1978: Wembley Stadium · 1979: Olympiastadion · 1980: Santiago Bernabéu · 1981: Parc des Princes · 1982: De Kuip · 1983: Olympic Stadium · 1984: Stadio Olimpico · 1985: Heysel Stadium · 1986: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán · 1987: Prater Stadium · 1988: Neckarstadion · 1989: Camp Nou · 1990: Prater Stadium · 1991: Stadio San Nicola · 1992: Wembley Stadium · 1993: Olympiastadion · 1994: Olympic Stadium · 1995: Ernst-Happel-Stadion · 1996: Stadio Olimpico · 1997: Olympiastadion · 1998: Amsterdam Arena · 1999: Camp Nou · 2000: Stade de France · 2001: San Siro · 2002: Hampden Park · 2003: Old Trafford · 2004: Arena AufSchalke · 2005: Atatürk Olympic Stadium · 2006: Stade de France · 2007: Olympic Stadium · 2008: Luzhniki Stadium · 2009: Stadio Olimpico · 2010: Santiago Bernabéu · 2011: Wembley Stadium · 2012: Allianz Arena · 2013: Wembley Stadium · 2014: Estádio da Luz · 2015: Olympic Stadium · 2016: San Siro · 2017: Millennium Stadium ·

FIFA World Cup final stadiums

1930: Estadio Centenario · 1934: Stadio Nazionale PNF · 1938: Stade Olympique de Colombes · 1950: Estádio do Maracanã · 1954: Wankdorf Stadium · 1958: Råsunda Stadium · 1962: Estadio Nacional · 1966: Wembley Stadium · 1970: Estadio Azteca · 1974: Olympic Stadium · 1978: Estadio Monumental · 1982: Santiago Bernabéu · 1986: Estadio Azteca · 1990: Stadio Olimpico · 1994: Rose Bowl · '1998: Stade de France · 2002: International Stadium Yokohama · 2006: Olympic Stadium · 2010: Soccer City · 2014: Maracanã Stadium · 2018: Luzhniki Stadium · 2022: Lusail Iconic Stadium ·

UEFA European Championship final stadiums

1960: Parc des Princes · 1964: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium · 1968: Stadio Olimpico · 1972: Heysel Stadium · 1976: Crvena Zvezda Stadium · 1980: Stadio Olimpico · 1984: Parc des Princes · 1988: Olympiastadion · 1992: Ullevi · 1996: Wembley Stadium · 2000: De Kuip · 2004: Estádio da Luz · 2008: Ernst-Happel-Stadion 2012: Olympic Stadium 2016: Stade de France

1982 FIFA World Cup stadiums

José Rico Peréz (Alicante) · Martínez Valero (Elche) · Camp Nou (Barcelona) · Sarrià (Barcelona) · San Mamés (Bilbao) · El Molinón (Gijón) · Riazor (La Coruña) · Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid) · Vicente Calderón (Madrid) · La Rosaleda (Malaga) · Carlos Tartiere (Oviedo) · La Romareda (Zaragoza) · Municipal de Heliópolis (Sevilla) · Pizjuán (Sevilla) · Luis Casanova (Valencia) · José Zorrilla (Villadolid) Balaídos (Vigo)

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Flag of Austria.png Austria: Ernst Happel
England.png England: Old Trafford · Wembley
Flag of France.png France: Stade de France
Germany.png Germany: HSH Nordbank Arena · Olympiastadion · Olympiastadion · Signal Iduna Park · Veltins Arena
Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece: Olympic Stadium
Flag of Italy.gif Italy: San Siro · Stadio Olimpico
Netherlands.png Netherlands: Amsterdam ArenA · Feijenoord Stadion
Flag of Portugal.png Portugal: Estadio da Luz · Estadio do Dragao · Estadio Jose Alvalade
Flag of Russia.png Russia: Luzhniki Stadium
Scotland.png Scotland: Hampden Park · Ibrox Stadium
Flag of Spain.png Spain: Camp Nou · Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys · Estadio Olimpico de Sevilla · Santiago Bernabéu · Vicente Calderon
Flag of Turkey.png Turkey: Ataturk Olympic Stadium · Sukru Saracoglu Stadium
Flag of Ukraine.png Ukraine: Donbass Arena
Flag of Wales.gif Wales: Millennium Stadium

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