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Campo de Chamartín: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Wednesday, 29.June 2022 — 3min read

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In 1912, Real Madrid opened their first proper football stadium. This stadium was located on Calle de O?Donnell near Retiro Parque and got soon further expanded. At the end of the 1922-23 season, the owner of the site asked for Madrid to move away so that residential buildings could get built.

The club accepted and moved to the velodrome in Ciudad Lineal on the eastern edge of the city. The stadium was difficult to reach though, and attendances soon plummeted. The opening of Atlético's new Stadium Metropolitano made Real therefore decided to build an own new stadium.

Real Madrid found a location for its new stadium in 1923 near a racecourse that has since closed.

The club built a stadium that could seat 4,000 spectators and terraces that could hold a further 11,000. The stadium was named Campo del Real Madrid Fútbol Club, but got soon referred to as Chamartín.

The first official match took place on the 11th of May 1925 when Athletic Bilbao faced Arenas Club de Getxo. Campo de Chamartín opened its doors for the first time on May 17, 1924, with a friendly match between Newcastle United and Campo de Chamartín's own team. Changes were made slowly over the next few years, with the first official match taking place on May 11, 1925 when Athletic Bilbao faced Arenas Club de Getxo.

In 1939, Campo de Chamartín sustained significant damages in the Spanish Civil War. However, it reopened the following year with a larger capacity of 25,000. By then, Santiago Bernabéu had already made plans for its replacement.

Construction on the new stadium began in 1943, but the club was forced to move to Stadium Metropolitano for a season as the Chamartín had to get demolished before the new stadium could be completed.

Real Madrid played their last match at Campo de Chamartín on the 16th of May 1946. They returned a year-and-a-half later for the opening of Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.

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