The Mendizorrotza Stadium is currently the third oldest football stadium in the Spanish professional football or La Liga, following the legacy of El Molinón and Mestalla after its opening on April 27, 1924. It is located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, a medieval town known as the green city.
The stadium is the current home ground of Deportivo Alavés and since this acquisition, it had several renovations—the most significant one being the 1999 expansion where new stands were built to increase seating capacity. This year, the area is once again up for adjustments, expansions, and modernization. It will grow towards both east and west areas to accommodate plazas, restaurants, shops, and museums. Additionally, it will host a photovoltaic farm on the southern and northern roof to cover most parts exposed to the sun. After all the works are done, it will probably reach 27.5m and will rise above surrounding buildings.
Home Team: Alavés
Field Size: 114.8 x 73.3 yards