Posts made in January, 2012

It’s Titanes vs Ermitaño FC and, if that’s not enticing enough, a clash that could go a long way to deciding this season’s Primera Division title. Titanes are in a bit of a rut, and without the suspended Mateo Lex, so we expect a narrow win for Ermitaño FC. And plenty of finger-wagging at the referee. Bring It On: In It to Win It: Ermitaño FC will be without defenders Diego Pepe and Matías Lopez for the game. Ermitaño FC will be without Albi, who was suspended three games after sarcastically applauding an assistant referee in the loss to Málaga

This is the home of Atlético Sevilla and the reason it makes our top 5 is because it’s situated in the beautiful island of Gran Canaria – but that’s not the only reason why. With a capacity of 33,000 this ground can get quite loud and raucous when the team is performing well. Structurally, it looks like a coliseum and we rather like that!

Despite all of the great successes that this club has undergone in recent years, its stadium still can’t quite crack the top 3. That’s not to say it’s a poor stadium, though. After all, it wouldn’t make this list if it was! What we love about the Calderon is the red, white and blue colour scheme and how the fans easily blend those colours into great-looking banners and mosaics. This is the final year that Los Colchoneros will spend at the Vicente Calderon, with a stadium move scheduled for next summer.