- 02/10/2019 -
Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, covers a total area of 2035 square kilometers. 150 square kilometers of it can be attributed to the 210,000 large island capital of the Tinerfeños (name for the islanders). Due to the island's volcanic origin, Tenerife is a must for all nature and mountain lovers. Even in Santa Cruz there are always different altitude meters to overcome. The 60 meter difference in height between Auditorio de Tenerife and Estadio Heliodoro Rodríguez López, for example, is not obvious at first glance and is therefore not too demanding. 25 minutes walk later, the stadium is clearly visible on the horizon. The Estadio shines with its old, venerable charm that is already beginning to peel off here and there. Despite this, 24,000 CD Tenerife supporters always find their way to be close to their club, no matter how many meters of altitude.
Directly behind the south-east curve, tomorrow's CD players are already training and playing big today. The small football campus with 1,000 people can be seen as the little sister of its big brother Estadio. Because parents, friends and families can sit warmly on the blue and white seat shells from CD, just like with the big brother.