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Discover Marbella football at the municipal stadium with the U.D. Marbella. You were there? Please send us your review and grade. We would love to hear from your family!

Created in 1997, U.D. Marbella played in the Spanish third division until 2003, when it was promoted to the second division B group 4.

The local games are generally played at 18:00 at the municipal stadium.


Location: Municipal stadium, Avda Ricardo Lucena Sola, Marbella

Tel: +34 952 827 801

Website: www.uniondeportivamarbella.es/


MarbellaFamilyFun grade: 6.0

Son's evaluation: It is quite a small pitch with third league Spanish football teams. It is quite dirty but you have a fun time watching the game. Grade: 6

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Dad's evaluation: The stadium is located in the heart of Marbella. Attendance is usually around a couple of thousands people. The games normally start at 5 - 6pm when the heat goes down. Ticket price vary between 15 and 20 euros. Children under 16 are usually free. It is a good opportunity to watch some Spanish league football with my son in a relaxed atmosphere before going for tapas along the sea shore.(March 2009) Grade: 6



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