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The Zubieta Facilities (Basque: Zubietako Kirol-instalakuntzak, Spanish: Instalaciones de Zubieta), is the training ground of the Primera Division club Real Sociedad. Located on the edge of Lasarte-Oria (adjacent to the San Sebastián Hippodrome), it was opened in 2004 in its modernised form, although was originally inaugurated in 1981.

Zubieta Facilities
Donostia-San Sebastián Zubieta Facilities 1.jpg
Campo José Luis Orbegozo at Zubieta
LocationLasarte-Oria
Basque Country
OwnerReal Sociedad
TypeFootball training ground
Construction
Built1981 (initial)
1 April 2004 (refurbished)
Construction cost12.85 million €
Tenants
Real Sociedad (training) (1981-)
Real Sociedad B (1981)
Real Sociedad Femenino (2004)
Real Sociedad C (2016)
Real Sociedad cantera (1981)
Website
Zubieta Facilities
Zubieta Facilities

Occupying an area of 70,000 m², it was designed by architect Izaskun Larzábal.[1][2][3]

FacilitiesEdit

  • Campo José Luis Orbegozo with a capacity of 2,000 seats,[4] is the main stadium of the Zubieta Facilities and home to Real Sociedad B; the reserve team of Real Sociedad.
  • 2 grass pitches used by the club's youth teams.
  • 2 artificial pitches.
  • 2 mini grass pitches.
  • Service centre with gymnasium.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Edificio Gorabide Zubieta" [Gorabide Building, Zubieta] (in Spanish). Izaskun Larzabal Architecture. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Edificio Garatu/Gainditu Zubieta" [Garatu/Gainditu Building, Zubieta] (in Spanish). Izaskun Larzabal Architecture. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Nuevo campo Z2 // Zubieta" [New pitch Z2, Zubieta] (in Spanish). Izaskun Larzabal Architecture. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  4. ^ "Centro de Entrenamiento Zubieta". soccerway.com. Retrieved 25 July 2015.

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