The Ipurua Municipal Stadium is an all-seater football stadium in Eibar, a city in Spain with the biggest metal and armaments manufacturing industry. Despite the city’s thriving economic status, the stadium is one of the smallest football ground in La Liga. After all, the home team RSD Eibar only gained promotion to the Spanish top-flight in 2014 and had only been a regular Segunda División since 1989. For the first seven years of the club’s existence, RSD Eibar only played their games on field and grasses around the city.
With a capacity of a little over 7,000, the stadium didn’t set its record attendance until Real Madrid turned up for a La Liga game in 2017. But with a few remodeling projects, new spaces were created in the stadium to allow for the opening of the training classrooms which host the official coaching courses and the diploma in the management of football clubs. The classes run in collaboration with the University of the Basque Country.
Home Team: SD Eibar
Field Size: 112.6 x 71.1 yards