Estadio Municipal de Butarque
Estadio Municipal Butarque, Leganés.JPG
Full name Estadio Municipal
de Butarque
Location Leganés, Spain
Built 1997–1998
Opened 1998
Tenants CD Leganés
Capacity 10,954
Field dimensions 105x70m
Surface Grass
Highest attendance 10,958
(Leganés v Atlético Madrid,
27 August 2016)

The Estadio Municipal de Butarque is a multi-use stadium located in Leganés, Community of Madrid, Spain. It is currently used for football matches and is the home stadium of CD Leganés.

History and characteristics

The name of the stadium comes from Our Lady of Butarque, the patron saint of Leganés, and was built between 1997 and 1998 with the aim to replace the old field in the city, the Estadio Luis Rodríguez de Miguel. Butarque was inaugurated on 14 February 1998, with a game between Leganés and Xerez.

The stadium has 10,954 seats divided in four sectors.

Butarque, apart from football matches, has hosted musical concerts and festivals like Festimad.

On 29 April 2016, the mayor of Leganés suggested an expansion of Butarque to 12,000 seats and also the improvement of the access to the stadium.

External links

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