Wanda Metropolitano is a renowned football stadium in Madrid, Spain, with a capacity of 20,000 spectators. It has been taken as the home football stadium from the 2017-18 season. The football stadium was originally built for the failed bid to the hosting rights of the 1997 World Athletics Championships. Until 1997, the football stadium was inaugurated by the Community of Madrid. Then in 2004, the football stadium was closed for the bidding to the 2016 Olympics by Spain. And in 2013, the football stadium became the property of Atlético Madrid.
After transfer of the football stadium’s ownership, the Atlético Madrid declared to build a new football stadium on the location of La Peineta. The football stadium can accommodate 67,703 spectators watching competitions under the roof at a time. The football stadium is widely regarded as a renowned stadium by many football lovers. Many significant football competitions have been hold there, such as the second leg of the 1996 Supercopa de España, the 9th IAAF World Cup and the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League.