The municipality of Seville holds the Benito Villamarín stadium, so it is located in the largest city of Southern Spain’s autonomous community. The then small stadium became a top-tier football venue after a series of redevelopment in the 1970s when Spain was chosen as the host of 1982 World Cup. The drastic changes to the stadium’s capacity and layout allowed its La Liga home team, Real Betis Balompié, to compete with larger Spanish football clubs. In the 2016-17 season of La Liga, the stadium has three main tiers of seating with private VIP boxes and Premier Areas for corporate clients and fans.
The Benito Villamarín hosts the home matches of Betis, but it is also the center of all the activities of the Green-and-White institution, sports press conferences, and post-game interviews for La Liga and UEFA matches. It is suited with the latest technologies for a multifunctional space.
Home Team: Real Betis
Field Size: 114.8 x 74.4 yards