Estadio Merkatondoa

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Estadio Merkatondoa
Entrada Merkatondoa.jpg
Full name Estadio Merkatondoa
Location Estella-Lizarra, Navarra, Spain
Coordinates 42°39′39″N 2°1′45″W / 42.66083°N 2.02917°W / 42.66083; -2.02917Coordinates: 42°39′39″N 2°1′45″W / 42.66083°N 2.02917°W / 42.66083; -2.02917
Owner City Council Estella
Operator CD Izarra
Capacity 3,500
Record attendance 3,000 (CD Izarra vs CF Palencia, 24 May 2009)
Field size 102 x 65 m
Surface cesped artificial
Construction
Built 1928
Opened 1928
Renovated 2008
Tenants
CD Izarra

Estadio Merkatondoa, is a stadium in Estella-Lizarra, Navarra, Spain. It has a capacity of 3,500 spectators and opened in 1929.[1] It is the home of CD Izarra of the Segunda División B.

History[edit]

Merkatondoa opened on 11 November 1928 and much of what you see is as a result of building that took place in the 1987. And in 2009 an artificial surface was installed.[2]

Stadium background[edit]

Stadium Merkatondoa (1928 – 1941)
Estadio San Andrés (1941 – 1978)
Estadio Merkatondoa (1978 – Present)

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