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Campo de O'Donnell

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Full name  Campo de O'Donnell
Closed  1923
Capacity  5,000
Location  Madrid, Spain
Opened  31 October 1912
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Similar  Campo de Ciudad Lineal, Estadio Chamartín, Alfredo di Stéfano Stadium, Estadio Metropolitano de Madrid, Camp de la Indústria

Campo de O'Donnell was a multi-use stadium in Madrid, Spain. It was initially a field (campo) in the area of O'Donnell, next to the main bulevard called Calle de O'Donnell, and after become the home stadium of Real Madrid C.F. since 1912.

In 1923 Real Madrid C.F. moved on Campo de Ciudad Lineal and Campo de O'Donnell was closed. The capacity of the stadium was 5,000 spectators.

Campo de O'Donnell hosted 4 finals : 1908 Copa del Rey Final, 1909 Copa del Rey Final, 1913 FEF Copa del Rey Final, 1918 Copa del Rey Final.

Not to be confused with Campo de O'Donnell (Atletico Madrid), which had same name and it was situated 200 meters away on the same boulevard.

References

Campo de O'Donnell Wikipedia


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