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  2. San Mamés Stadium (1913) - Wikipediaés_Stadium_(1913)

    San Mamés Stadium (Spanish: Estadio San Mamés [esˈtaðjo sam maˈmes]; also known as La Catedral [la kateˈðɾal], "The Cathedral"), was a football stadium in Bilbao, Biscay, Spain. The stadium was the home of Athletic Bilbao , known as Los Leones de San Mamés - Bilboko lehoiak (The Lions of San Mamés).

  3. Estadio San Mamés, nicknamed La Catedral, officially opened on the 21st of August 1913 with a match between Athletic Club and the Spanish champions of that year, Racing Club de Irun. The first goal was scored by Rafael Moreno “Pichichi”. San Mamés initially counted with a capacity of 7,000 places, but gradually expanded over the following decades.

  4. Estadio San Mamés (1913) - Athletic Bilbao Stadium Guide

    Estadio San Mamés (1913) History. Upon Closing it was the oldest functional football stadium in Spain. Nicknamed La Catedral after not only the nearby monument but due to the passionate congregation which flocked to the stadium whenever there was a match on.

  5. San Mamés Stadium (2013) - Wikipediaés_Stadium_(2013)

    San Mamés (also known as Nuevo San Mamés or San Mames Barria) is an all-seater football stadium in Rafael Moreno Pitxitxi Kalea, Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain. Inaugurated on 16 September 2013, the stadium replaced the "old" San Mamés as the home of Athletic Bilbao.

  6. Category:San Mamés stadium (1913-2013) - Wikimedia Commonsés...

    Category. : San Mamés stadium (1913-2013) From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Object location. 43° 15′ 51.14″ N, 2° 56′ 57.73″ W. View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap. San Mamés Stadium. stadium at Bilbao, Basque Country.

  7. Athletic Bilbao - Wikipedia

    They are known as Los Leones (The Lions) because their stadium was built near a church called San Mamés, which was named after Saint Mammes, an early Christian thrown to the lions by the Romans. Mammes pacified the lions and was later made a saint. The team plays its home matches at the San Mamés Stadium. Its home colours are red and white ...

  8. San Mamés Stadium (1913) | Football Wiki | Fandomés_Stadium_(1913)

    San Mamés Stadium (also known as La Catedral, "The Cathedral"), was a football stadium in Bilbao, Biscay, Spain. The stadium was the home of Athletic Bilbao, known as Los Leones de San Mamés-Bilboko lehoiak (The Lions of San Mamés). They are known as Los Leones because their stadium was built...

  9. San Mamés Stadium (1913) Photos and Premium High Res Pictures ...éS-STADIUM-(1913)

    Browse Getty Images' premium collection of high-quality, authentic San Mamés Stadium (1913) stock photos, royalty-free images, and pictures. San Mamés Stadium (1913) stock photos are available in a variety of sizes and formats to fit your needs.

  10. Homage to San Mames - BBC Sport

    10 May 2011 Football Built in 1913, San Mames is Spain's oldest stadium A visit to Athletic Bilbao's San Mames stadium is to step back in time. "The Cathedral" is a ground that has...

  11. Estadio San Mamés (La Catedral) – until 2013 -

    First stone was laid in January 1913 and already in August, after exactly 7 months, opening match was held. Initial stadium of just 3,500 people was designed by renowned architect Manuel Maria Smith. It changed soon as already in 1920’s expansion to some 9,000 took place. Further revamps lead to 47,000 people capacity at peak.