Time to explore our hosting venue: Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Discover some interesting facts & figures about the hosting venue of our Pitch Management workshop in sunny Sevilla!
On the 21st and 22nd November of 2022 ESSMA will organise its final physical event of 2022 in the form of a Pitch Management Workshop in Sevilla.
Groundsmen and grass specialists from all over Europe will join us to discuss hot topics in Pitch Management such as nematodes, pest & disease control and overall better ways of pitch approach.
Furthermore, theory will be put into practice with a look behind the scenes of the Real Club de Golf de Sevilla, Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán (Home of Sevilla FC) and the Ciudad Deportiva Jose Ramon Cisneros Palacios (Sevilla FC training centre).
The beautiful Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán is one of the biggest stadiums in Spain, ranking number 9 out of 65 in terms of seating capacity. The stadium was built in 1955 and has a capacity of 42.714 seats
The historic stadium which hosted a 1982 World Cup semi-final (West-Germany – France), has had 2 extensive renovations (1996 and 2007) and will be undergoing another renovation in the near future (though it is still uncertain under which form that will be).
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Here are some interesting facts & figures about the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
- Estimated renovation cost: 200 million EUR
- VIP boxes : 14
- Press seats 303
- Designed by Manuel Munoz Monasterio
- Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán was the Sevilla club president for 17 years
- Pitch size: 344 ft x 223 ft
- The Sánchez-Pizjuán has become the lucky charm for the Spanish national football team. The national side haven’t lost a single one of the 25 games played there (20 wins and 5 draws).
- It hosted the European Cup final in 1986 which saw Steaua Bucharest FC face FC Barcelona and which was won by the Romanian team.
- The stadium has two commemorative mosaics: the first was built in 1982 on the main façade for the World Cup held in Spain; the second was built in 2005, the club’s centenary year, and it shows the city of Sevilla and the club crest floating above it in the wind.
Here are some interesting facts & figures about the Ciudad Deportiva Jose Ramon Cisneros Palacios
- Named in memory of the president of the club during the 1960s
- Contains the Estadio Jesus Navas which is primarily used by reserve team Sevilla Atlético and Sevilla Women, it has a capacity of 8,000 seats.
- It holds 5 regular-sized natural grass pitches and 4 regular-sized artificial turf pitches and 1 seven-a-side natural grass pitch for the Antonio Puerta football school
- Has its own service centre with gymnasium.
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