Municipal Nou Sardenya
The Municipal Nou Sardenya stadium, popularly known as Nou Sardenya, was inaugurated on December 1, 1940, replacing the old stadium. After the remodeling of 1995, the stadium currently has a capacity of 4.000 spectators. It is located in the Gracia district of Barcelona, Catalunya.
Apart from hosting all the CE Europa matches of the Third Catalan Division, in the Nou Sardenya have also played matches of the Copa del Rey and the Catalonia Cup, playing against teams such as FC Barcelona or RCDE Espanyol.
Carrer de les Camèlies s/n, 08024 Barcelona
How to get there
Metro: Line 4 (Alfons X).
Bus: Lines 114, N0, N6, V19, 24, 39, 116, D40, 191, H6, V21.
The Club Esportiu Europa, better known as CE Europa, was founded in 1907 in the city of Barcelona. Tomás Bestit, Manuel Cros, Ciordia or Antonio Alcazar are some of the most representative players of the club's golden age. Iconic players like Antoni Ramallets and Kubala also wore the shirt of the team.
The best years for CE Europe were during the 20s and 30s, when the team was runner-up in the Copa del Rey (1923), champion of the Catalan Football Championship (1923) and played in the first division for 3 consecutive seasons (1929, 1930 , 1931). Another golden age was in the 90s, when the team won the Catalonia Cup twice (1997, 1998), both against FC Barcelona.
Buy your CE Europe tickets and live a unique football experience! Choose a host and enjoy the pre-match, the match and the post-match with the local fans!