Real Madrid opened Valdebebas’ doors on Monday to the Spanish national team.
It remains to be seen how football in 2020/21 will take place, but Real Madrid and the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) have been working together for a number of weeks now.
Monday’s visit from the RFEF was merely to ensure that everything was running as it should be, as according to UEFA’s requirements.
Luis Enrique‘s side will be in action in Stuttgart on September 3 to take on Germany, before returning to Spain.
Recent discussions and visits have convinced the RFEF to allow games to be played at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, at least those fixtures against Switzerland and Ukraine.
Germany, on their trip to Madrid, could be hosted at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
A seventh stadium in Madrid
Playing at the Di Stefano will be another new home venue for Spain and it will become the seventh stadium in the capital at which they’ve played.
With the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu still having work ongoing, the Di Stefano is likely to host international fixtures, LaLiga Santander games and even some Champions League nights next season.