Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán

43883 seats
Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Official Stadium Name Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Former Names
Alternative Names Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium
Inauguration Date 07/09/1958
Opening Game Sevilla FC 3-3 Real Jaen
Opening Game Date 07/09/1958
Attendance Record
Record Match
Record Date
Renovations 1974, 1981, 1997, 2015
Design Manuel Muñoz Monasterio
James Cox
Cost
Owner Sevilla FC
Operator Sevilla FC
Tenants Sevilla FC (1958-present)
League
LaLiga
Pitch Dimension 105x68 meters
Surface Grass

Location and Contacts

Continent Europe
Nation
City Seville
Address Calle Sevilla Fútbol Club, s/n, 41005 Sevilla
Coordinates 37°23′2″ N - 5°58′14″W
Telephone +34 954 53 53 53
Website Official Website

In-Game Details

Category Real
Weather
Sunny
Cloudy
Shadows Moderate
FUT Quality Gold Common
Default Time 12:00
Camera Height 15
Camera Zoom 9
Customization Tifos
Stadium Themes
Home FIFA Clubs Sevilla FC
FIFA Editions FIFA 19 | FIFA 20 | FIFA 21 | FIFA 22 | FIFA 23

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Map

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Stadium History

The most centrally located stadium in Seville bears the name of long-ruling president R. S. Pizjuan, who began efforts to build the stadium back in 1937, when he acquired the land. Later he was aiding the development of the project, not living to see the groundbreaking in December 1856.

Though opened in September 1958, the stadium wasn’t entirely done until 1974, when it reached the capacity of 77,000 people. This number didn’t last long, however, as 1982 World Cup brought the size down to just over 70,000. At that time the beautiful mosaic on the stadium’s façade was also created. Another size decrease came among several changes in 1990s, when all standing sections were replaced by seating, while the stadium’s facilities and technological systems were improved.

Since then capacity has been around 45,000. In 2015 Sevilla announced the biggest upgrade to date, including complete seat replacement, change of the stadium’s facades and interior infrastructure. Though primarily a club stadium, owned by Sevilla FC from the start, it also hosted many international events, like the mentioned 1982 World Cup or 1986 European Cup.