The Estadi Ciutat de València is located in the third-largest metropolitan area in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona. It was the replacement for Levante’s old Estadio de Vallejo. Since its opening in 1969, the grounds didn’t change much over the years, making it one of the stadiums in La Liga that hasn’t undergone any significant revamps and renovations. The stadium is enclosed from all sides by single-tiered stands, solely covering the main grandstand side.
It is not the best stadium in La Liga and Valencia, but it hosed a couple of international games involving the Spanish National team and its home team, Levante Unión Deportiva. The venue became more notable when Levante UD was relegated and re-promoted in the La Liga.
Home Team: Levante UD
Field Size: 117 x 74.4 yards