Bilbao’s San Mames will host its very last league match this weekend. FIFA.com looks back at the rich and colourful history of the oldest stadium in Spanish football.
Officially named the Estadi del FC Barcelona during construction, Barcelona's home ground has always been popularly known as the Camp Nou. Acknowledging the significance of that name, during the 2000/01 season the club conducted a postal ballot of its members, asking them to choose which of the two should be recognised once and for all as the stadium’s official name. Needless to say, the majority of the votes were for “Camp Nou”.
Casablanca's legendary Stade Mohamed V serves the Moroccan national side admirably and hosts derby bouts between club giants Raja and Wydad.