Estadio El Alcoraz
- Games for SD Huesca
The Estadio El Alcoraz is the club's football stadium of the Spanish Association SD Huesca. Huesca is the capital of the eponymous province in the autonomous region of Aragon. The stadium holds 5,000 spectators; sitting down to a part of the main stand under the open sky. His name was the venue of the battle of Alcoraz; which took place in November of 1096 between the Aragonese and the Saracens outside of Huesca.
As in the 1970s, the Tercera División, the then third division was reorganized Segunda División B was the, the new third league. On this occasion, the club built the stadium El Alcoraz. On January 16, 1972, the sports facility with the Derby SD Huesca was inaugurated against Deportivo Aragon Huesca and a 2-1 victory. The Spanish U-21 men 's national soccer team played on 6 June 2003 at the Estadio El Alcoraz against Greece at the European Championship qualifiers 2004 Spain won 2-0.; but failed later in the playoffs to Sweden. In 2007 renovation work was carried out; which is mainly the grandstand and the dressing rooms zugutekam.
There are plans for a new building of a stadium with a capacity 10000-12000 spectators. It is to be built opposite the multi-purpose hall Palacio Municipal de Deportes of Huesca; not far from the site of the old stadium. Nearby is still a tennis facility.