General
Estadio de la Cerámica
Feudo Amarillo
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Full name Estadio de la Cerámica
Former name(s) Campo del Villarreal (1923–1925)
Estadio El Madrigal (1925–2017)
Owners Villarreal CF
Location Villarreal, Spain
Built 1923
Opened 17 June 1923
Renovated 1952 (Pitch Expansion)
2005 (Champions League)
Tenants Villarreal CF (1923–present)
Spain national football team
(selected matches)
Capacity 23,500
Field dimensions 105 x 68 m
Surface Grass

Estadio de la Cerámica, formerly and informally called El Madrigal is a football stadium in Villarreal, Spain, used since 1923. It is currently the home venue of Villarreal CF of La Liga, the highest football league in Spain.

The stadium has 23,500 seats, a figure which is half the population of the city of Villarreal, making it the 25th-largest stadium in Spain and the 5th-largest in the Valencian Community. There is a statue of a yellow submarine outside the stadium to represent the club's nickname.

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