The work of the renowned architect Jenaro de la Fuente, Abanca Balaídos Stadium has been the home of RC Celta since its inauguration in 1928. Since then it has been the meeting point of celtism and the setting of unforgettable moments in the history of RC Celta.
The Barreiro Football Field is the scene of Celta B matches, a subsidiary team of RC Celta. Barreiro has a natural grass pitch.
The Sports Facilities of A Madroa welcome the daily activity of both the first team and the lower categories. The facilities have 2 fields of natural grass and 2 fields of synthetic grass, in addition to the offices of the Academy Management. A Madroa is the heart of the RC Celta football project, one of the cornerstones of the club.
Located in Principe Street, in the heart of the city, the headquarters of RC Celta houses the offices of the club and the Celta Foundation, a residence for the academy players, the RC Celta Clinic, the Silabario Restaurant, the Gambeta Gastrobar, the ‘Salon Regio’ (Royal Hall) and the RC Celta multibrand store.