Estadio Francisco Artés Carrasco

Estadio Francisco Artés Carrasco

North end of the stadium during a match.

Location
Lorca, Spain

Coordinates
37°38′19.74″N 1°44′06.44″W / 37.6388167°N 1.7351222°W / 37.6388167; -1.7351222Coordinates: 37°38′19.74″N 1°44′06.44″W / 37.6388167°N 1.7351222°W / 37.6388167; -1.7351222

Capacity
8,120

Field size
105 x 70 m

Surface
grass

Construction

Broke ground
29 November 2001 (2001-11-29)

Built
2001-2003

Opened
6 March 2003 (2003-03-06)

Construction cost
€3,500,000

Architect
Cristino Guerra

Project manager
Construcciones Giner

Tenants

Lorca Deportiva CF (2003-2010)
Lorca Atlético CF (2010-2012)
La Hoya Lorca CF (2011-)
CF Lorca Deportiva (2012-)

Estadio Francisco Artes Carrasco is a multi-use stadium in Lorca, Spain. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the former home ground of Lorca Deportiva CF. It is the home ground of two club La Hoya Lorca CF and CF Lorca Deportiva. The stadium holds 8,120.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Estadio Francisco Artés Carrasco”. Soccerway.com. Retrieved 4 October 2011. 

External links[edit]

Estadios de España (English)

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Club de Fútbol Lorca Deportiva

History
Players
Managers
Seasons
Statistics
Honours
Current season

Other teams

C.F. Lorca Deportiva Féminas

Home stadium

Estadio Francisco Artés Carrasco

Seasons

2012–13
2013–14
2014-15 (current)

Former teams in Lorca

Lorca FC (1901-1928)
Lorca CF (1928-1950)
CD Lorca (1950-1966)
CF Lorca Deportiva (1969-1994)
Lorca CF (1994-2002)
Lorca Deportiva CF (2002-2010)
Lorca Atlético CF (2010-2012)

Former stadiums in Lorca

Campo Los Llanos de Santa Quiteria
Campo de La Rueda
Campo del Instituto Ibañez Martín
Estadio de San José

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