Estadio de Malabo
|Location||Malabo, Equatorial Guinea|
|Equatorial Guinea national football team|
The stadium holds 15,250 and opened in 2007. It is currently the home ground of the Equatorial Guinea national football team. One of the host stadiums for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, it hosted the final of the Women's African Nations Football cup in 2008. Equatoguinean Premier League sides Atlético Malabo, Atlético Semu, Deportivo Unidad, Sony Elá Nguema, The Panthers and Vegetarianos all play their league games at this stadium.
In the original national stadium, on Chirstmas Eve of 1969 political opponents of President Francisco Macías Nguema were executed by a firing squad dressed as Santa Claus in the stadium, while Mary Hopkin's "Those Were the Days" was played on the stadium's speakers. 
- Suzanne Cronjé (1976). Equatorial Guinea, the forgotten dictatorship: forced labour and political murder in central Africa. Anti-Slavery Society. ISBN 978-0-900918-05-6.
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