Sport unites people and the world and if you think of the Olympics, it is always fascinating just how many millions of people get excited just watching it. There are two types of spectators: one is the couch potato who channel-hops the world of sport with a remote control, the other is the one who prefers it live and goes to the events. Without doubt the atmosphere at a live sporting event is unique and today we will introduce you to the Son Moix stadium in Palma where Real Malorca play their matches.
The football stadium Son Moix, located in the La Vileta district, is not an ordinary stadium, but the biggest, newest and most multipurpose ground in the Balearics. For year national and international football matches have been played here, as well as athletic competitions. Formerly the stadium Luis Sitjar, it is comparable to the Hamburg stadium of Sankt Pauli, where you can sit almost right at the touchline and feel like stirring up a hornet’s nest. An atmosphere like this is difficult to create in a stadium of the size of Son Moix.
However, there are other advantages. At the Vía de Cintura motorway there is an exit that leads you directly to the stadium. Today, there is plenty of car park space and the entrance and exit are ideally regulated. The Son Moix stadium has a capacity for more than 23,000 spectators. The sanitation facilities are excellent and there is also a bar service available.
If Real Mallorca is playing, nothing can stop the fun.