- Address: Calle del Sadar, 59D, Pamplona
- Country: Spain
- Capacity: 23,000
- Opened: 2 September 1967
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Osasuna (football)
Extra stadium info – Estadio El Sadar
The stadium, which is also used for concerts, is named after a river near the venue. The inauguration of the stadium took place with a football match between the Spanish side Real Zaragoza and the Portuguese side Vitória FC. The game ended in a draw. Club Atlético Osasuna, the first sports club from Navarre with 100,000 followers on its main social media page, use the Estadio El Sadar for home games. The club was founded in 1920. CA Osasuna won their first-ever match at the Estadio El Sadar 3-0 in 1967. They played their first-ever Spanish top-flight football league match in 1935. In 1936, Osasuna were relegated after finishing 12th place.
Osasuna in the 21st century
On 11 June 2005, Club Atlético Osasuna played their first-ever final of the Spanish cup tournament. They lost the football match against Real Betis Balompié, which took place in the city of Madrid, in front of 55,000 spectators. That football season, the club from Pamplona drew an average home attendance of 14,000 in 19 Spanish top-flight league matches. In 2014, Osasuna was forced to sell the stadium to the regional government of Navarre because of the club’s economic crisis.