It was constructed between 1972 and 1976, and it is also known by the names of Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas and Estadio Puente de Vallecas.
The drop-down menu above the basic facts allows you to look at former stadiums (clubs) or other home grounds (national teams). Sitemap. In an excellent advert for Spanish football, the team from Vitoria won 4-2 on aggregate and went on to lose to Liverpool in the final 5-4.The club were originally formed in 1924, playing their first few years in an unusual black and white kit. At the north end of the stadium there is a once open terrace that has now had seats bolted onto the terrace steps to make the ground all seater. The home of the “Red Stripes” was traditionally called the Nuevo Vallecas, but in recognition to the work that Teresa Rivero has done for the club, the stadium was renamed after her in 2003. Only stadiums with a capacity of 10,000 or more are included in this list. The club moved to the Nuevo Vallecas in May 1976 after moving out of their old cramped Vallecas ground in 1972. Besides being the stage for football team’s epic story, this stadium has also been the venue for large concerts, such as Bob Dylan in1980, Metallica in 1992, and Queen in 1986.
Home games are held at the 14,708-seater Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas stadium.
Squad size: 25 . It is a strange ground – with only three sides usable – the fourth having been sold off for a housing development in the early 1980’s.There are two large stands on either side of the pitch, which offer a very English lower and upper tier – the lower part being similar in design to a paddock or enclosure and the upper tier set back. Current stadiums. In between these dates the club was forced to play in Vallehermoso close by whilst funding and construction of the new ground took place. Average age: 27.0 ... you can find the address of the stadium, access information, special features, prices in the stadium and name rights. The one glimmer for the team was the offer by ex Real Madrid star Míchel as coach. History and description. However he could only lead the team to 5th place and so another season in the second level of Spanish football beckons.For a more details view on who plays where in Madrid go to.To be a real part of the crows, buy your bocadillos and sunflower seeds from the stalls by the ticket offices before you enter the ground, and snack away at halftime. Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, S.A.D. The new stadium officially opened on 10 May 1976 with a match between Rayo and Valladolid (0-1).
The club did well in its first season, but found the going tough in the next few years, returning to the 2nd division in 1983.The club bounced back up again in 1989. Rayo Vallecano started out in 1924 and the current stadium was built over the old one in 1973 and, after its latest renovations to adapt it to UEFA directives, it has a capacity for 14,700 spectators.Besides being the stage for football team’s epic story, this stadium has also been the venue for large concerts, such as Bob Dylan in1980, Metallica in 1992, and Queen in 1986. Venue Name Ciudad Deportiva Rayo Vallecano Campo 5 (Stadium) City Madrid Capacity 2000. Rayo Vallecano – Estadio Teresa Rivero – Capacity: 15,500 All Seater. Video: Matches Competition: All; Primera División Femenina; Copa de la Reina; Show: All; Home; Away « Previous Next » Date Competition Outcome Home team Score/Time Away team ; 23/02/20: PDF: Valencia 0 - 0 Rayo Vallecano 01/03/20: PDF: Rayo Vallecano 0 - 2 Real Betis View events: 22/03/20: PDF: Espanyol CANC Rayo … Rayo Vallecano.