The RCDE Stadium was inaugurated in 2009 and can hold more than 40,000 football fans. Back then, when the stadium was inaugurated with Espanyol Barcelona's match against Liverpool FC, it was still called Estadio Cornellà-El Prat.
If you want to park at the RCDE Stadium, there is a free outdoor car park. However, as there are a limited number of parking spaces, parking is very difficult on Espanyol Barcelona match days. However, you can find different parkings close to the RCDE Stadium.
One of the options for finding parking near the RCDE Stadium is to look for available parking spaces on the streets of Cornellà de Llobregat, which is located on the outskirts of the metropolitan area of Barcelona, specifically in the Baix Llobregat region. Another option, which is very common among users, is to park in the shopping centre next door, which has free parking. On match days the queues to get in are very long, so if you want to avoid this situation we recommend that you opt for other options.
You can search for public car parks in the area of Cornellà de Llobregat through the Parkimeter website or its app. There you can compare all the available options and book in advance to guarantee a parking space on match days. To find the different booking options available on the Parkimeter website click here.
The football club Reial Club Deportiu Espanyol (abbreviated: Espanyol) plays in the Spanish top division and was founded in 1900 under the name Sociedad Española de Fútbol. The club is one of the oldest and most traditional teams in Spanish football and has a well-known mascot, the Periquito called Perico, who can be seen wearing the blue and white club colours.
Home matches are played at the RCDE Stadium, located in Cornellà de LLobregat, Barcelona. If you are a football fan, you should not miss the opportunity to visit the home of Espanyol. To make your visit stress-free, we recommend that you always book a parking space at the RCDE Stadium via the website or app in advance, as mentioned above.