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Butarque and Carlos Belmonte are the LaLiga Smart Bank stadiums that have been most proposed by teams as an alternative to their field, if the evolution of the pandemic does not allow home games to be played.

The Leganés field, Butarque, has been requested by Granada, from LaLiga Santander, to use it in case of need. Tenerife and Mallorca have also done it. Leganés, meanwhile, has opted for Heliodoro Rodríguez López from Tenerife.

In the case of Carlos Belmonte, two LaLiga Santander teams have chosen him: Cádiz and Valencia. In the case of the Levantine team, it has reached an agreement with the La Mancha club so that, if necessary, it uses Mestalla as an alternative field. Alcorcón is the third team to have proposed the Albacete stadium.

Fuenlabrada and Malaga have signed an agreement to exchange the stadium like Sabadell and Castellón, Sporting and Lugo, Oviedo and Ponferradina, all of them are teams that play in the same category.

In the case of Espanyol, Rayo, Cartagena, Almería, Girona or Zaragoza they have reached a deal with LaLiga Santander teams. Thus, Espanyol would play at La Cerámica, Rayo would play at Ciutat de Valencia, Cartagena and Almería at Martínez Valero, Girona at Alcoraz and Zaragoza at the Coliseum in Getafe.

The Logroñés has proposed La Romareda and Las Palmas Santo Domingo, in Alcorcón. Mirandés is the only team that has not confirmed its alternative stadium.

Alternative courses of LaLiga SmartBank

Spanish The ceramic
Fuenlabraba The Rose Garden
Tenerife Butarque
Castellon Creu Alta
Leganes Heliodoro R. López
Lightning Ciutat of Valencia
Sporting Carriage width
Alcorcón Carlos Belmonte
Cartagena Martinez Valero
Mirandés To confirm
Oviedo The Toralín
Almeria Martinez Valero
Girona Alcoraz
Saragossa Las Gaunas
Sabadell Castalia
Ponferradina Tartiere
Las Palmas Santo Domingo
Majorca Butarque
Logroñés The Romareda
Lugo El Molinón
Malaga Fernando Torres
Albacete Mestalla

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