ESTD: 1947 - CAPACITY: 81.044

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

In the early parts of the 20th century, Real Madrid first played at Campo De O’Donnell, and then moved to the larger Campo de Chamartín in 1924.
In 1943, Chamartin had already become too small again, and club-president Santiago Bernabéu decided that Madrid needed a new and modern 100,000-stadium.
This new stadium got built at the same site of Campo de Chamartín. Construction began in 1945, and on the 14th of December 1947 Estadio Santiago Bernabéu officially opened with a match against Portuguese champions OS Belenenses (3-1).
The stadium was initially still called Nuevo Estadio Chamartin, but received the name of the club-president eight years later.
At that time, Estadio Santiago Bernabéu consisted of two uncovered tiers that could hold just over 75,000 spectators.

Sections at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

Category 3

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Category 2 Short Side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Category 2 Short Side

Category 2 Long Side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Category 2 Long Side

Category 1 Long Side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Category 1 Long Side

Category 1 Lower Long Side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Category 1 Lower Long Side

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