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Victoria Stadium (Gibraltar)


Victoria Stadium (Gibraltar)

Victoria Stadium
Aerial view of Victoria Stadium.
Full name Victoria Stadium (Gibraltar)
Location Gibraltar
Owner Government of Gibraltar
Operator Gibraltar Sports and Leisure Authority (GSLA)
Capacity 5,000
Surface Artificial turf
Gibraltar national football team (friendlies only)
All Gibraltar football clubs

Victoria Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Gibraltar. It is currently used mostly for football matches and holds about 5,000 people, but also hosts the yearly Gibraltar Music Festival. It is located close to the Gibraltar Airport just off Winston Churchill Avenue. It was named after the wife of Gibraltarian philanthropist John Mackintosh.

The ground has also hosted cricket matches since 1993. The ground hosted its first cricket match when Marylebone Cricket Club visited Gibraltar in 1993 between Gibraltar and the MCC.

View of the Victoria Stadium's West stand

Following the Gibraltar Football Association's admittance as a full member of UEFA in May 2013, it has been proposed to build the Europa Point Stadium to replace the Victoria Stadium as Gibraltar's national stadium.[1]


  1. ^ Doyle, Paul (23 May 2013). "Gibraltar set to be new kids on the Rock as Uefa votes on its future". London:  

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