An unprecedented square sneaks between the already known stadiums: Andorra

Andorra: National Stadium of Andorra La Vella (6,000 spectators).

PETER GARCIA the Gran Canarian palms.

UD Las Palmas will visit the Andorra La Vella National Stadium for the first time in an official match. It will be on March 5, 2023, on matchday 30, when the yellows have to travel to the foot of the Pyrenees. FC Andorra will play its first three League games away from poo (Real Oviedo, Sporting de Gijòn and UD Las Palmas) while the stadium remodeling works are undertaken (
extension of the stands to 6,000 people and installation of natural grass).

The first game away from home for the Gran Canarians will be on August 22, at 9:00 p.m., against Málaga, at the La Rosaleda stadium (matchday 2).

A trip indicated in red on the calendar will be to Tenerife to play at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López, on March 19. On December 18, coinciding with the last day of 2022, Las Palmas will visit the Villarreal subsidiary, but it remains to be determined whether the match will be played at the La Cerámica stadium or at the sports city of the Castellón club, recently promoted to the silver category of Spanish football.

Throughout the season, UD Las Palmas will have to face two consecutive starts on three occasions (Wednesday-Sunday): Lugo and Ponferradina (matchdays 10 and 11); Sporting de Gijón and Real Oviedo (matchdays 18 and 19); and Real Zaragoza-Éibar (matchdays 38 and 39).

On date 41, the yellows will play their last match away from the Gran Canaria Stadium, against Cartagena. García Pimienta's team begins the competition at home (Real Zaragoza) and will also finish it in front of his fans, hosting Alavés.

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