The Nuevo Mirandilla Stadium, formerly known as Ramón de Carranza, was inaugurated in 1955 and is the home stadium of Cádiz Club de Fútbol. It has a total capacity of 20,724 seats for spectators. The Ramón de Carranza Stadium is the home ground of the Cádiz CF football club. This stadium has been rebuilt twice since its inauguration in 1955 and is the 23rd largest stadium in Spain.
Cadiz is a port city in southwestern Spain, located in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The city is considered the oldest in the West. It has about 114,244 inhabitants and is known for its excellent shipbuilding and ship repair industry.
The visit to this city is worthwhile, and if you are one of those who enjoy the atmosphere of the matches inside a stadium, you should not miss the opportunity to attend a match inside this football field.
If you are coming by car, we recommend that you secure your parking space through the parkimeter app or on the website by clicking here.
You can also find parkings around the stadium on Pl. de Madrid, but it is also a bit risky if you don't have a parking reservation before your visit. You may have to wander through the city streets to find a free spot.
We advise you to always inform yourself in advance about the available options for parking. You may be interested in: IC - Santa Barbara.
If you are not coming by car, right next to the Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla is the Train Station - Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla. All Renfe commuter trains on the Cádiz-Jerez route stop at the stadium station next to the stadium. Some Media Distancia trains to and from Seville also stop at the Stadium.