The Estadio Olimpico de la Cartuja, or La Cartuja Stadium, was built in 1999 to host the World Athletics Championships and as part of Spain's bid to host the 2004 Olympic Games, which were eventually awarded to Greece. The stadium was therefore designed according to the criteria of the Olympic Committee, giving it the name of Olympic Stadium.
As the stadium is located in Seville and attracts a large number of fans to each match, it can be difficult to find a parking space to get there. That's why we always recommend that you find out in advance and plan your parking before your visit
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The stadium is located in Seville, a city in the south of Spain, in the northwest of the city in the district of La Cartuja, which gives it its name. It is not the official stadium of any sports team and therefore hosts various sporting events as an impartial stadium. The Cartuja stadium hosts the King's Cup finals from 2020 to 2024 or, for example, matches during the European Football Championship in 2020.
However, it has been designed as a multi-sport stadium and therefore does not only host football events but also other sports. For example, it hosted the Davis Cup tennis finals in 2004 and 2011 and the World Athletics Championships in 1999.