GroundNuevo Los Cármenes
Ground Info Nuevo Estadio de Los Cármenes is a multi-use stadium in Granada, Spain, currently, it is used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 19,336 people, and was built in 1995 to be the home ground of Granada CF, the main football club of the city. The stadium opened on 16 May 1995. On 6 June 1995, Real Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen contested the first match at the new stadium. Real Madrid won the match with a final score of 1:0. Peter Dubovský scored the goal. The first official match was an under-21 contest between Spain and Armenia. The final result was 4-0, with the goals scored by Óscar, Roberto, Morales and Raúl. Granada CF played the first match on 22 August during the celebration of the XXIII Granada Trophy when they beat Real Betis by a score of 4–1. After the promotion of Granada CF to La Liga in 2019, the stadium was renovated: there were improvements of lighting and pitch quality, aesthetic change in the stand and a new fan shop opening. The Spanish national team has played nine times in Granada (in both stadiums, Los Cármenes and Nuevo Los Cármenes), four of them were official. They are still undefeated in the city, with eight victories, the last against North Macedonia winning 4-0 in a 2018 World Cup qualifying match.
HonoursGranada Club de Fútbol, S.A.D., known simply as Granada, is a football club in the city of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
Its main shareholder is the Chinese company Desport, and its president Jiang Lizhang. The football club was founded on 14 April 1931 with the name of Club Recreativo de Granada, it plays in La Liga. The club plays its home matches at the Nuevo Estadio de Los Cármenes.

Since 17 July 2020 the Club is located at position 22 of the historical points classification of the First Division, and 20 of the historical First Division number of seasons classification, where it has participated in 25 seasons and finished in sixth place twice. Granada was the Copa del Rey runner-up in 1959 (the competition was then known as the Copa del Generalísimo). The club finished the 2019–20 season in 7th, qualifying for the first time to the UEFA Europa League, where they were quarter-finalists.
Segunda División (3): 1940–41, 1956–57, 1967–68
Segunda División B (3): 1982–83, 1999–00, 2009–10
Tercera División (3): 1933–34, 2003–04, 2005–06
Copa del Rey Runners-up: 1958–59
Regional tournaments
Andalucia Cup: 1932–33
Andalucia Championship reservations: 1971–72
See also: Los Cármenes Trophy
Antonio Puerta Trophy: 2010
Pichichi Trophy
La Liga: Enrique Porta (1971–72)
Segunda División: Miguel (1964–65), Rafa (1955–56)
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Granada Players List

  Name PositionAgeHeight
1 Rui Silva Goalkeeper 28 191cm
2 Dimitri Foulquier Defender 29 183cm
3 Nehuén Pérez Defender 21 184cm
4 Maxime Gonalons Midfielder 33 187cm
5 Luis Milla Midfielder 27 175cm
6 Germán Sánchez Defender 35 187cm
7 Luis Suárez Forward 24 185cm
8 Yan Eteki Midfielder 24 182cm
9 Roberto Soldado Forward 37 180cm
10 Antonio Puertas Forward 30 183cm
11 Darwin Machís Forward 29 171cm
12 Domingos Quina Midfielder 22 173cm
13 Aarón Escandell Goalkeeper 26 185cm
14 Fede Vico Midfielder 27 177cm
15 Carlos Neva Defender 25 174cm
16 Víctor Díaz Defender 33 183cm
17 Quini Defender 32 178cm
18 Neyder Lozano Defender 28 185cm
18 Adrián Marín Defender 25 181cm
19 Ángel Montoro Midfielder 33 180cm
20 Jesús Vallejo Defender 25 184cm
21 Yangel Herrera Midfielder 24 184cm
22 Domingos Duarte Defender 27 192cm
23 Jorge Molina Forward 40 188cm
24 Kenedy Forward 26 182cm
26 Alberto Soro Forward 23 173cm
28 Pepe Sánchez Defender 22 185cm
31 Arnau Fàbrega Goalkeeper 21 188cm