La Liga Stadiums 2023/24



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In this video we’re taking a look at all the stadiums and teams for the 2023/24 Spanish La Liga EA Sports FC. Ordered by capacity, you will learn the name of the stadium, the team, the capacity and the year it opened. You will see each ground from the air and from the stands.
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La Liga, also known as La Liga EA Sports FC due to sponsorship reasons, is the top football division in Spain. There are 20 teams competing in the league. FC Barcelona are the defending champions.

Footage by @Alecaom

Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium by @GRUPMEDIAPRO

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27 thoughts on “La Liga Stadiums 2023/24

  1. La Liga stadiums 2023-2024:

    1. Estadi Montilivi: Girona FC (Girona)
    2. Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas: Rayo Vallecano (Madrid)
    3. Power Horse Stadium: UD Almeria (Almeria)
    4. Estadio Coliseum Alfonso Pérez: Getafe CF (Getafe)
    5. Nuevo Estadio de Los Cármenes: Granada CF (Granada)
    6. Mendizorrotza: Deportivo Alaves (Vitoria-Gasteiz)
    7. Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla: Cádiz CF (Cádiz)
    8. Estadio de la Cerámica: Villareal CF (Villareal)
    9. Estadi Mallorca Son Moix: RCD Mallorca (Mallorca)
    10. Estadio El Sadar: CA Osasuna (Pamplona)
    11. Abanca-Balaídos: RC Celta de Vigo (Vigo)
    12. Estadio Gran Canaria: UD Las Palmas (Las Palmas)
    13. Reale Arena: Real Sociedad (San Sebastian)
    14. Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán: Sevilla FC (Seville)
    15. Estadio de Mestalla: Valencia CF (Valencia)
    16. Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys: FC Barcelona (Barcelona)
    17. San Mamés: Athletic Club Bilbao (Bilbao)
    18. Estadio Benito Villamarín: Real Betis Balompié (Seville)
    19. Cívitas Metropolitano: Atlético de Madrid (Madrid)
    20. Estadio Santiago Bernabéu: Real Madrid CF (Madrid)