Shields & Stadiums of Spain - There are 1,135 professional fútbol clubs playing in Spain from five different  leagues including the top flight La Liga, Segunda A (2nd tier), Segunda B (3rd tier), Tercera (4th tier), and Regional’s of Fútbol (5th tier). Of the 1,135 teams playing there are 1,043 unique shields (logos). Larger clubs like Barça have two teams, (top flight & youth) sharing the same shield. Stadium capacities range from 98,772 like Barça’s Camp Nou down to 1,500 like some of the lower tier teams.

 
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Villarreal CF B
Founded: 1999
Stadium: Ciudad Deportiva
Capacity: 1,500
SD Huesca
Founded: 1960
Stadium: El Alcoraz
Capacity: 8,000

Stadium: Ciudad Deportiva
Stadium: El Alcoraz
UD Salamanca
Founded: 1923
Stadium: El Helmántico
Capacity: 17,341
Recreativo de Huelva
Founded: 1889
Stadium: Nuevo Colombino
Capacity: 21,670
Real Sociedad
Founded: 1909
Stadium: Anoeta
Capacity: 32,076
Real Betis
Founded: 1907
Stadium: Manuel Ruiz de Lopera
Capacity: 52,745
Real Unión
Founded: 1915
Stadium: Gal
Capacity: 5,000
Stadium: El Helmántico
Stadium: Nuevo Colombino
Stadium: Anoeta
Stadium: Manuel Ruiz de Lopera
Stadium: Gal
Rayo Vallecano
Founded: 1924
Stadium: Campo de Vallecas
Capacity: 15,500
CD Numancia
Founded:
Stadium: Los Pajaritos
Capacity: 9,200
Real Murcia
Founded: 1908
Stadium: Nueva Condomina
Capacity: 33,045 
Levante UD
Founded: 1909
Stadium: Ciutat de València
Capacity: 25,534 
Gimnàstic de Tarragona
Founded: 1914
Stadium: Nou camp de Tarragona
Capacity: 14,500
Rayo, Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas
Stadium: Los Pajaritos
Stadium: Nueva Condomina
Stadium: Ciutat de València
Stadium: Nou camp de Tarragona
UD Las Palmas
Founded: 1949
Stadium: Gran Canaria
Capacity: 32,520
Hércules CF
Founded: 1922
Stadium: José Rico Pérez
Capacity: 30,000
FC Cartagena
Founded: 1955
Stadium: Cartagonova
Capacity: 15,105
Elche CF
Founded: 1923
Stadium: Manuel Martínez Valero
Capacity: 38,700
Girona FC
Founded: 1930
Stadium: Montilivi
Capacity: 9,200
Stadium: Gran Canaria
Stadium: José Rico Pérez
Stadium: Cartagonova
Stadium: Manuel Martínez Valero
Stadium: Montilivi
Cordoba
Founded: 1954
Stadium: Nuevo Arcángel
Capacity: 25,100
Celta de Vigo
Founded: 1923
Stadium: Municipal de Balaídos
Capacity: 31,800
Cadiz
Founded: 1910
Stadium: Ramón de Carranza
Capacity: 22,000
Albacete
Founded: 1940

Stadium:  Carlos Belmonte
Capacity: 17,300
CD Castellon
Founded: 1922
Stadium: Nou Castalia
Capacity: 16,000
Xerez
Founded: 1947
Stadium: Chapin
Capacity: 20,300
Villarreal
Founded: 1923
Stadium: El Madrigal
Capacity: 34,970
Valencia
Founded: 1919
Stadium: Mestalla
Capacity: 55,000
UD Almeria
Founded: 1989
Stadium: Juegos Mediterraneos
Capacity: 22,000
Valladolid
Founded: 1928
Stadium: Jose Zorrilla
Capacity: 26,512
Stadium: Chapin, Xerez
Stadium: El Madrigal, Villarreal
Stadium: Mestalla, Valencia
Stadium: Juegos Mediterraneos, UD Almeria
Stadium: Jose Zorrilla, Valladolid
Sporting Gijon
Founded: 1905
Stadium: El Molinon
Capacity: 25,855
Sevilla
Founded: 1905
Stadium: Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
Capacity: 45,500
Real Madrid
Founded: 1902
Stadium: Santiago Bernabeu
Capacity: 80,354
Racing Santander
Founded: 1913
Stadium: El Sardinero
Capacity: 20,271
Real Zaragoza
Founded: 1932
Stadium: La Romareda
Capacity: 34,496
Osasuna
Founded: 1920
Stadium: Reyno de Navarra
Capacity: 19,500
Mallorca
Founded: 1916
Stadium: Ono Estadi
Capacity: 23,142
Deportivo La Coruna
Founded: 1906
Stadium: Raizor
Capacity: 34,600
Getafe CF
Founded: 1983
Stadium: Alfonso Perez
Capacity: 17,700
Malaga CF
Founded: 1948
Stadium: La Rosaleda
Capacity: 28,963
Stadium: Reyno de Navarra
Stadium: Ono Estadi
Stadium: Raizor
Getafe CF, Stadium: Alfonso Perez
Stadium: La Rosaleda
Espanyol
Founded: 1900
Stadium: Cornella-El Prat
Capacity: 40,500
CD Tenerife
Founded: 1912
Stadium: Heliodoro Rodríguez López
Capacity: 24,000
Atletico Madrid
Founded: 1903
Stadium: Vicente Calderon
Capacity: 54,851
Athletic Bilbao
Founded: 1898
Stadium: San Mames
Capacity: 36,970
FC Barcelona
Founded: 1899
Stadium: Camp Nou
Capacity: 98,772
Stadium: Cornella-El Prat
Stadium: Heliodoro Rodríguez López
Vicente Calderon
Stadium: San Mames
Stadium: Camp Nou
La Liga & Segunda A
Alphabatized from top leagues to bottom leagues (2009-2010 season order)