Playing fields in Alcúdia

Characteristics of the facilities Characteristics of playgrounds
 
  • 2 artificial turf soccer fields
  • Indoor pool
  • Fitness center
  • Fitness room
  • Multidisciplinary room
  • Multidisciplinary sports covered parquet
  • Synthetic covered multidisciplinary sports center
  • Tennis courts
  • Padel tracks
  • Skate-park
  • Leisure port, sports port
  • Running track
Field 1
  • Field of artificial turf Dangers of 100 meters x 65 meters.
  • 4 lighting towers with 44,000 Wats of total power.
  • Frontal tier of 261.89 m2, covered.
  • Lateral tiers discovered.
  • 5 complete changing rooms with a capacity of 20 people.
  • 1 complete wardrobe for the referees.
  • Driving station to irrigate of 131.77 m2.
  • Bar with terrace
  • Club offices

Field 2
  • Field of artificial turf Dangers of 85 meters x 55 meters.
  • 4 lighting towers.
  • Field marked for Soccer 7 and Soccer 8.
  • Front tier of 150 m2, discovered.
  • 4 complete changing rooms with a capacity of 20 people.
  • 1 complete wardrobe for the referees.

 

CHARACTERISTICS OF PLAYGROUNDS
Field 1
  • Field of artificial turf Dangers of 100 meters x 65 meters.
  • 4 lighting towers with 44,000 Wats of total power.
  • Frontal tier of 261.89 m2, covered.
  • Lateral tiers discovered.
  • 5 complete changing rooms with a capacity of 20 people.
  • 1 complete wardrobe for the referees.
  • Driving station to irrigate of 131.77 m2.
  • Bar with terrace
  • Club offices

Field 2
  • Field of artificial turf Dangers of 85 meters x 55 meters.
  • 4 lighting towers.
  • Field marked for Soccer 7 and Soccer 8.
  • Front tier of 150 m2, discovered.
  • 4 complete changing rooms with a capacity of 20 people.
  • 1 complete wardrobe for the referees.

 

 

Address:

Avda. Corneli Atics, s/n,

07400 Alcúdia

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