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Estadi de Son Moix
(23,142 Capacity)

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Palma de Mallorca


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29 Nov 20 Mallorca   -  UD Logroñés
03 Dec 20 Almeria   -  Mallorca
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25 Nov 20 Cartagena FC  1 - 2  Mallorca
22 Nov 20 Mallorca  0 - 0  Sp Gijon
14 Nov 20 Girona  0 - 1  Mallorca
08 Nov 20 Mallorca  3 - 0  Ponferradina
01 Nov 20 Zaragoza  0 - 0  Mallorca

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Real Club Deportivo Mallorca, S.A.D. (Catalan: Reial Club Deportiu Mallorca, Royal Sporting Club Mallorca), commonly known as Real Mallorca or just Mallorca is a Spanish football club based in Palma on the island of Mallorca in the Balearic Islands. Founded on 5 March 1916 they currently play in the Segunda División, holding home games at the Visit Mallorca Stadium with a 23,142-seat capacity.

The club had its peak in the late 1990s and early 2000s, reaching a best-ever 3rd place in La Liga in 1999 and 2001 and winning the Copa del Rey in 2003 following final defeats in 1991 and 1998. Mallorca also won the 1998 Supercopa de España and reached the 1999 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final.

Mallorca traditionally play in red shirts with black shorts and socks.

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The Son Moix Stadium (Catalan: Estadi de Son Moix) (Spanish: Estadio de Son Moix) is a football stadium located in Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain. Previously known as the Iberostar Stadium (Spanish: iˈβeɾostar esˈtaðjo) and the ONO Estadi, the Son Moix Stadium was built for the 1999 Summer Universiade in Palma. It is the stadium where RCD Mallorca has played its football matches since 1999, when the club obtained an agreement with the city council to use it for the next 50 years. It replaced the Estadio Lluís Sitjar. The stadium, located in the north-west of the city can be seen from Palma's main motorway and is situated in the industrial zone Can Valero in Palma, 3 km from the center of the city, 13 km to Palma de Mallorca Airport.

The stadium can hold 23,142 spectators making it the biggest stadium situated in the Balearic Islands. The stadium was designed as a bowl shape with two stands having two tiers with the option of increasing both ends of the stadium to a fully two-tiered stadium, this would increase capacity to over 40,000. Due to financial problems at the club this expansion has never been pursued. The stadium often has a small temporary stand on the athletics track, which can easily be removed for athletics events.



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