Vicente Calderón Stadium
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Vicente Calderón Stadium
Full name Vicente Calderón Stadium
Former name(s) Estadio Manzanares (1966—1971)
Owners Atletico Madrid
Location Flag of Spain Madrid, Spain
Broke ground 1961
Built October 2nd 1966
Renovated 1982
Tenants Atletico Madrid
Capacity 54,960
Field dimensions 105 m × 70 m (344 ft × 230 ft)
Surface Grass

The Vicente Calderón Stadium is the home stadium of La Liga football club Atlético Madrid, and is located in the Arganzuela district of Spanish capital Madrid. The stadium was originally called the Manzanares Stadium, but this was later changed to the Vicente Calderón Stadium, after the famous Atlético club president. The seats are laid out in red and white stripes, the famous colours of Atlético's shirts. The stadium is located in the heart of Madrid, by the banks of the Manzanares.


The Stands

North Stand

East Stand

South Stand

West Stand

Ticket prices

External links

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