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Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna

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Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna

Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna
Location Paterna
Type Sports facility
Built 1992
Owner Valencia CF
Website Paterna

The Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna is the state-of-art training ground of the Primera Division club Valencia CF. Located in Paterna, it was opened in 1992.

The Ciudad Deportiva extends across an area of 180.000 sq.m. It is not only a school for future footballers and residence, but also a modern Rehabilitation Centre provided with different rooms for the recovery of footballers that are injured or in rehabilitation period.

There are several special rooms, like those for the physiotherapists, for jacuzzi, sauna and swimming pool. The large gym, with its different and modern machines, is the perfect complement for the appropriate physical training of the footballers. On the first floor, the main building has ten rooms to lodge the footballers, as well as a living room and a dining room. The coach can play videos in order to analyse his team play and study their rival teams in the audiovisuals room. The dressing rooms for the first and second team are on the ground floor.

External links

  • Official website

Coordinates: 39°32′33.00″N 0°27′20″W / 39.5425000°N 0.45556°W / 39.5425000; -0.45556

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