Power Horse Stadium
The stadium was built in 2004 in preparation for the 2005 Mediterranean Games held in Almeria. Initially, it had a capacity of 22,000 and was later adopted as the primary home ground by UD Almeria, the local football club. The city maintained ownership of the stadium, investing €21 million in the project. It subsequently became the home stadium of UD Almería, replacing Estadio Municipal Juan Rojas, which is now used by the reserve team.
The stadium’s capacity was expanded from 15,000 to 21,350 after Almería’s promotion to La Liga. Since 2012, the club has utilized additional seats behind the goals to avoid using the section of the stadium that is farthest from the pitch. With this configuration, the capacity is reduced to 15,274. In August 2021, the Ayuntamiento de Almería agreed to lease the stadium to UD Almería for a 25-year period.