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Atotxa Stadium

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Atotxa was a football stadium in San Sebastián, Spain. It was the home ground of Real Sociedad until 1993 when it was replaced by Anoeta Stadium. It had superseded Ondarreta Stadium 80 years earlier. It had a capacity of 17,000 spectators.
The Municipal Stadium of Atocha was the second stadium that had the Real Sociedad in their history. It was preceded by Ondarreta, the first field of the Real Sociedad, located in the neighborhood of the old town of San Sebastián. Later the team moved to the Eguia neighborhood. The stadium of Atocha was constructed in the grounds of an old velodrome. It was inaugurated on October 5, 1913, with a match between Real Sociedad and Athletic Club Bilbao, game which finalized with a 3-3 result . Curiously, the author of the first goal in Atocha was the same as that of the first match in San Mamés: the mythical player of Athletic Bilbao Rafael Moreno Aranzadi also known by his nickname "Pichichi", in honor of he the award of the top scorer of the Spanish Primera División bears his name.

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