Estadi Comunal nestles in the foothills of the Pyranees
One of Andorra's two stadiums
Located high up in the east Pyrenees between France and Spain, the Andorran capital city Andorra la Vella contains two of only a handful of grounds that are used for the top two divisions of football in that country. With a capacity of 1,249 the Estadi Comunal d'Andorra la Vella is one of them.
Since its formation in 1995 the Primera Divisió has been won by FC Santa Coloma six times, twice as many as anybody else. They also hold the distinction of being the only Andorran side ever to win a match in European competition, beating Maccabi Tel Aviv 1-0 in UEFA Cup qualifying in 2007. This also ranks as the only clean sheet in such a tournament by a side from the nation but they lost the return leg 4-0. The current champions are first-time winners FC Lusitanos, who in July lost 9-0 on aggregate to Valletta of Malta in the Champions League preliminaries.
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