Mérida Parkings in Estadio Romano "José Fouto"

Park in Estadio Romano "José Fouto"

The Estadio Romano also called Estadio Romano "José Fouto", was inaugurated in 1953 and completely rebuilt in 1995 on the occasion of the promotion of Club Polideportivo Mérida to the First Division, the home team of the stadium at that time. The stadium is located in the city of Mérida and has a total capacity of 14,537 seats for football fans to enjoy the matches. Currently, the Asociación Deportiva Mérida football club is the official team of the stadium and plays in the Segunda División B.

If you are a football fan, you should not miss a visit to this stadium. And to save you any worries or hassles looking for parking spaces, we recommend you to check in advance the parking options and book your parking before your visit here

Where to park to go to the Roman Stadium "José Fouto"?

Street parking

Parking at the Roman Stadium "José Fouto" can be a challenge if you arrive on your own, as spaces are very limited due to the fact that the stadium is located right in the centre of the city, and the Roman Theatre of Mérida is located next to it, which means that the streets around the stadium are usually very busy. We also recommend you to look at the parking restrictions in the area, as sometimes parking is prohibited in some streets around the stadium when there are events.

Public parking

You can find some options for parking by downloading the Parkimeter app or through the website by clicking here

The city of Mérida

Mérida is a municipality in the Spanish province of Badajoz and is located on the Guadiana River. It is the capital of the autonomous community of Extremadura. The city was founded as a Roman colony in 25 BC and still preserves the remains of the ancient city, such as the Roman theatre, among others. The city currently has a population of 59,424 inhabitants.

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