SPORTS: football, artistic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics
Facility: Reus Stadium
Capacity: 4.500 people
Features: It is the current game field for the CF Reus Deportiu SAD, so it is the biggest and most versatile football field of the city. It has a main field with natural grass and capacity for 4,200 people and two annexed fields more; one of them with artificial grass (made of monofilament and rubber) and the other one with natural grass with rugby goals. It has 9 dressing rooms and an adjacent café, which can be entered from the outside too.
Facility: Reus Olympic Pavilion
Capacity: 3.500 people
Reus is a town in the province of Tarragona and Baix Camp’s capital. Two former terms are part of the current city of Reus: el Burgar and Mascalbó. In the past, la Boella and Rubió were separated villages, and now they belong to Tarragona. The Reus airport is on the outskirts of the city.
Reus is near the sea and the Costa Daurada Mountains, in a strategic location in terms of communications and infrastructure.
Reus is a medium size city, next to the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains of the Costa Daurada and just a hundred kilometers far from Barcelona, and 250 from France. The city has its origins in the Middle Age but its population growth began in the eighteenth century. It also became the cultural movement reference emerged in the nineteenth century, after Barcelona did. In addition, the industrial and commercial push was remarkable.
Currently, it has a primary role in the Tarragona region. 30 kilometers from Reus, there are the Prades Mountains and the Priorat, and the Mola and Mussara Mountains. On the horizon, the Mediterranean, with Tarragona, Salou and Cambrils fifteen minutes away.