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Campo De F%C3%BAtbol De Vallecas

Full nameCampo de fútbol de Vallecas
Former namesNuevo Estadio de Vallecas (1976-1994)
Estadio Teresa Rivero (1994-2011)
LocationPuente de Vallecas, Madrid, Spain
Coordinates40°23?31.00?N 3°39?32.26?W / 40.3919444°N 3.6589611°W / 40.3919444; -3.6589611Coordinates: 40°23?31.00?N 3°39?32.26?W / 40.3919444°N 3.6589611°W / 40.3919444; -3.6589611
Public transitMetroMadridLogoSimplified.svg Madrid-MetroLinea1.svg at Portazgo
OwnerCommunity of Madrid
OperatorCommunity of Madrid
Field size100 m × 65 m (328 ft × 213 ft)
Opened10 May 1976 (1976-05-10)
Rayo Vallecano (1957-1972, 1976-present)[1]
Racing de Madrid (1930-1932)
Atlético Madrid (1939-1943)

Campo de fútbol de Vallecas (originally Nuevo Estadio de Vallecas and previously Estadio Teresa Rivero) is a football stadium in the Madrid district of Puente de Vallecas, Spain. It currently hosts football matches and is the home of Segunda Division club Rayo Vallecano. The stadium holds 14,708 spectators and was opened on 10 May 1976.[2] It was constructed between 1972 and 1976, and it is also known by the names of Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas and Estadio Puente de Vallecas (The Bridge of Vallecas Stadium).[3]

2018 temporary closure

On 27 August 2018 the stadium was temporarily prohibited from hosting football matches, until improvements had been made, as parts of the stadium were judged to be unsafe by its owners, the Community of Madrid.[4]


Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas was the venue for the 1940 Copa del Generalísimo Final, as the Copa del Rey was known during caudillo Franco's Francoist State. It was the home stadium of Racing de Madrid, from the neighboring city of Chamberí,[5] and its successor, Agrupación Recreativa Chamberí. Atlético Madrid also played their home matches at the venue between 1939-1943 after the Spanish Civil War, as their stadium, the Metropolitan, was destroyed by the war.[6]

Rayo Vallecano stadiums over time:[3]

Years Campos / Stadiums
1924-1940 Campo de la Calle de las Erillas
1940-1954 Campo de El Rodival
1957-1972 Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas
1972-1976 Campo de Vallehermoso
1976-present Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas

The chess federation of Madrid is based in the basements of the stadium. There is also a well known boxing gym called "El Rayo".[7][8][9]

On 3 August 1986, the British rock band Queen performed at the stadium as part of The Magic Tour. It was the third from last concert of the band with the original members.


  1. ^ "Racing Club de Madrid :: La Futbolteca. Enciclopedia del Fútbol Español". Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "Estadio de Vallecas". Rayo Vallecano. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, S.A.D. :: La Futbolteca. Enciclopedia del Fútbol Español". Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ Rayo Vallecano forced to close stadium with Rayo-Athletic postponed,, 28 August 2018
  5. ^ Madridistaateo (17 December 2012). "madridistas ateos: extinción del racing club de madrid". Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 4 July 2015. Retrieved 2015.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ "Spanish Boxing Coach, 84, Vows To Keep Going". AP Images Spotlight. Retrieved 2017.
  8. ^ "Petr Petrov, el vallecano que llegó de Rusia". abc (in Spanish). 8 April 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  9. ^ "El Million Dollar Baby de Vallecas" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017.

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