Estadio Carlos Tartiere

Estadio Carlos Tartiere

Originally called Buenavista stadium, Estadio Carlos Tartiere is a multi-purpose stadium in Oviedo, Spain. Named after the are area next to the stadium, the venue was renamed in 1958 in memory of Carlos Tartiere, founder of the stadium's main tenant, Real Oviod. Built in 1932, the stadium has been rebuilt twice, once in 1982 for World Cup 1982, and then in the year 2000.

Estadio Carlos Tartiere hosted three matches in the FIFA World Cup 1982 finals. All three fixtures were Group 2 first round ties, involving Chile, Austria and Algeria.


Location: Oviedo

Capacity: 35,886

Construction: 1932

Matches: Chile 0 : 1 Austria (June 17), Algeria 0 : 2 Austria (June 21), Algeria 3 : 2 Chile (June 24)


World Cup 1982 Venues : Santiago Bernabeu, Vicente Calderon, Camp Nou, Sarria, Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Benito Villamarin, San Mames, Jose Zorrilla, La Rosaleda, Luis Casanova, La Romareda, Martinez Valero, Carlos Tartiere, El Molinon, Jose Rico Perez, Balaidos and Riazor.