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Mestalla Stadium
Mestalla
Location Avenida Suecia, s/n
46010 - Valencia
Broke ground 1923
Opened 20 May 1923
Tenants Valencia Club de Fútbol
(1923—present)
Field dimensions 105 x 68 m

Mestalla Stadium is a football stadium in Valencia, Spain. The stadium is the home ground of Valencia Club de Fútbol. With a capacity of 55,000 seats, it ranks as the fifth-largest stadium in Spain. It is also renowned for its steep terracing and being one of the most intimidating atmospheres in all of Europe in which to play.

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Valencia CF
Valencia Club de Fútbol, SAD

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La Liga stadiums 2019-20

Anoeta · Balaídos · Benito Villamarín · Butarque · Camp Nou · Ciutat de València · Coliseum Alfonso Pérez · El Sadar · Ipurua · José Zorrilla · La Cerámica · Los Cármenes · Mendizorrotza · Mestalla · RCDE Stadium · San Mamés · Sánchez Pizjuán · Santiago Bernabéu · Son Moix · Wanda Metropolitano

1982 FIFA World Cup stadiums

José Rico Peréz (Alicante) · Martínez Valero (Elche) · Camp Nou (Barcelona) · Sarrià (Barcelona) · San Mamés (Bilbao) · El Molinón (Gijón) · Riazor (La Coruña) · Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid) · Vicente Calderón (Madrid) · La Rosaleda (Malaga) · Carlos Tartiere (Oviedo) · La Romareda (Zaragoza) · Municipal de Heliópolis (Sevilla) · Pizjuán (Sevilla) · Luis Casanova (Valencia) · José Zorrilla (Villadolid) Balaídos (Vigo)

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