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|The Estádio das Antas (officially Estádio do Futebol Clube do Porto) was the third (and longest occupied) stadium of the Portuguese football side FC Porto. It was in use from 1952 to 2004, replacing the earlier Campo da Constituição and later replaced by Estádio do Dragão. As well the stadium, it had an indoor arena and three training grounds. The club's offices were also split between the insi...||01/05/2012||601|
|Estadio Insular was a multi-use stadium in Las Palmas, Spain. It was initially used as the stadium of UD Las Palmas matches before Estadio Gran Canaria opened in 2003. The stadium held 21,000 people and was built in 1945.|
|Estadio del club mas grande del mundo: Independiente de Avellaneda||12/27/2005||673|
|Estadio Colombino was a multi-use stadium in Huelva, Spain. It was initially used as the stadium of Recreativo de Huelva matches. It was replaced by the current Estadio Nuevo Colombino in 2001. The capacity of the stadium was 13,000 spectators.|
|Estadio del Cadiz C.F. de la primera division española||08/24/2005||355|
|El Estadio La Rosaleda, built in 1941, home of Spanish Primera Division Soccer Team Malaga CF.|
|Estádio do Arruda / Arruda Stadium, in Recife, PE - Brasil. Home for Santa Cruz Futebol Clube.||06/20/2006||400|
|Estadio Blanquiceleste SA (es de un club que se llamaba RACING y fue construido por Peron)||12/27/2005||454|
|Estadio Anoeta is a multi-use stadium in Donostia/San Sebastián, Spain. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Real Sociedad. In recent years, it has also been used for occasional Heineken Cup rugby union fixtures by nearby French club Biarritz Olympique. The stadium, which holds 32,200, was built in 1993.||02/28/2008||443|
|Estadio Modelo is Calvi Guayaquil's multi-use stadium in Guayaquil, Ecuador. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 50,000. It was built in 1959.||02/17/2007||639|
|Club Atlético Platense, Estadio Ciudad de Vicente López, Buenos Aires, Argentina.|
Sede Social y Estadio (actualmente pintado marrón y blanco, los colores del club)
|Situated in Sevilla, Spain the multi-use stadium was completed in 1999 and seats about 72,000 people. |
Also known as Estadio Olímpico, it was the venue for the 7th World Championships in Athletics in 1999 (where Michael Johnson (USA) set the World Record for the 400m in a time of 43.18s).
It also staged the 2003 UEFA Cup final.
Celtic FC lost 3-2 to ...