Metropolitano Stadium

68456 seats
Metropolitano Stadium
Official Stadium Name Metropolitano Stadium
Former Names Estadio de la Comunidad de Madrid
Estadio Olímpico de Madrid
Estadio de La Peineta
Wanda Metropolitano (2016-2022)
Alternative Names Estadio Metropolitano
Cívitas Metropolitano
Inauguration Date 16/09/1997
Opening Game Atlético Madrid 1-0 Malaga
Opening Game Date 16/09/1997
Attendance Record 67942
Record Match Atlético Madrid 0-0 Real Madrid
Record Date 28/09/2019
Design Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
Cost €240 million
Owner Atlético de Madrid
Operator Atlético de Madrid
Tenants Atlético de Madrid (2017-present)
Rayo Majadahonda (2018)
Pitch Dimension 105x68 meters
Surface Grass

Location and Contacts

Continent Europe
City Madrid
Address Av. de Luis Aragonés, 4, 28022 Madrid
Coordinates 40°26'51" N -3°42'58" W
Telephone +34 917 26 04 03
Website Official Website

In-Game Details

Category Real
Shadows Moderate
UT Quality Gold Rare
Default Time 21:00
Camera Height 15
Camera Zoom 9
Customization Tifos
Stadium Themes
Home FIFA/FC Clubs Atlético de Madrid
FIFA/FC Editions FC 24 | FC 25 | FIFA 18 | FIFA 19 | FIFA 20 | FIFA 21 | FIFA 22 | FIFA 23

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In-Game Video

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Stadium History

Design work of the new stadium was carried out, as it had been from the start in 1988, by Cruz y Ortiz. To reconfigure a track and field stadium into football-only layout they dug the field further into the ground, resulting in it being sunken 15 meters below ground level. The semi-rectangular lowermost tier is visibly flat but what the architects achieved was better distance between the first row and players than at Vicente Calderón. The field is just 6-9 meters away, even if the distance grows significantly with every row and is quite long for fans in the upper ring. With two floor used for parking, the stadium still offers up to 5 levels for other uses, creating great infrastructure for one of Spain’s most extensive corporate hospitality offers. Within the newly-built grandstands there’s a long strip of 94 skyboxes, while further premium seats were installed within the main stand. The entire stadium is topped by a masterpiece of engineering and key architectural feature: the crown. We could call it a roof but that seems a bit modest. On the one hand this gently undulating cover softens Metropolitano’s otherwise concrete form, keeping its height relatively low (between 32 and 42 meters) in order not to disrupt the landscape. On the other, the design provides a stunning impression inside, where 96 PTFE segments resemble origami artwork. Though its overall surface is just 46,500 m2, the roof actually uses 83,000 m2 of PTFE due to the way its formed. It seems very fitting that the roof has vibrant nighttime illumination, allowing it to come alive on matchdays.