Estadio Municipal de Anduva
The Estadio Municipal de Anduva is a football stadium in the Spanish town of Miranda de Ebro. The stadium has a capacity of around 6000 spectators, most of them on standing areas, and serves the football club CD Mirandés as homestead.
The Estadio Municipal de Anduva was officially opened on 22 January 1950 but had CD Mirandés since the beginning of the season 1949/50, the Tercera División its home matches at the ground. In 2005, the roof of the main grandstand on the west side has been renovated. On 28 February 2006 denied Spain's U -21 national team, a friendly international match against Poland at the Estadio Anduva, the meeting ended with a 0:1 in favor of the guests.
An extension experienced the venue in 2010, as a pure seat grandstand was built on the south side. To inaugurate this CD Mirandés played on 24 November 2010 in a friendly against Real Sociedad and won 3-1.
In the media spotlight, the Estadio Municipal de Anduva was in the wake of Copa del Rey 2011/12, on CD Mirandés by home wins against first division side Villarreal, Racing Santander and Espanyol was surprising advance to the semifinals.
Games of the Spanish U-21 national football team
- . 7763754870028 Feb. 2006: Spain - Poland Poland 0:1 ( friendly match )