The Girona-Fontajau Municipal Pavilion, inaugurated in 1993, is a sports facility located in the city of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. It is the stadium where the games of the Bàsquet Girona team of the LEB Gold League are played, as well as the UNI Girona club of the Women's League. In addition, it has also been used as a stage to host great musical artists such as Laura Pausini, Alejandro Sanz, among others. It has a total capacity of 5500 seats for all spectators who want to attend the games inside the facilities. Its major events have been Eurobasket 1997, FIBA EuroChallenge Final 2007 and the celebration of the Queen's Basketball Cup in 2017.
To find available parking on the day of your visit, we always recommend booking in advance, plus some options offer surveillance, so you won't have to worry about anything happening to your car during the game. You can see some options by clicking here.
Fortunately within the venue there are places available to park, but it is worth noting that this is the first place people attend to leave their car, so you should come with some time to spare before game time.
If you are not coming by car, there are some bus options with which you can get to the pavilion, such as, the closest stations to the Girona-Fontajau Municipal Pavilion are: Sant Gregori station (L5) , C. Joaquim Vayreda/Deversa (L11) , Centre Civic (R3), C. Antoni Varés (L2 and L12) and Pont De La Barca (301).
Club Bàsquet Sant Josep Girona, founded in 1962, is a basketball club in the city of Girona. In 1989 it became a Sociedad Anónima Deportiva, adopting the name Club Bàsquet Girona. Between 1987 and 2008 it competed in the ACB League. The club between the 2007-2008 season led to the dissolution of the SAD, but after some negotiations, the FEB allowed the team to register and regain its original name CB Sant Josep in the LEB Bronze for the 2008-2009 season. Since the 2009-10 season it had been playing in the second tier of Spanish basketball, the LEB Oro. In 2013 the dissolution of the team was announced due to lack of sponsors.
The city of Girona (Gerona), is a city and municipality in Spain, within the autonomous community of Catalonia. It has a population of 101,932 inhabitants. It is well known for El Call, the old Jewish quarter, which is one of the best preserved in Spain, the cathedral of Santa Maria, which has the widest Gothic nave in the world and its colorful Casas del Oñar, among other monuments.