|Location||Avinguda Aristides Maillol, s/n|
08028, Barcelona, Spain
|Operator||FC Barcelona B|
|Field size||103 m × 65 m (338 ft × 213 ft)|
|Opened||23 September 1982|
|Project manager||Ramón Domènech|
|FC Barcelona B (1982–2019)|
FC Barcelona C (1982–2007)
Barcelona Dragons (NFL Europe) (2002–2003)
FC Barcelona Juvenil A(UEFA matches)(2007-2019)
FC Barcelona Femení(UEFA matches)(2012-2019)
Miniestadi (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈmini əsˈtaði], meaning in English "Mini Stadium"), officially named "Miniestadi", was a football stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The 15,276-seat stadium was situated across from Camp Nou, the home stadium of FC Barcelona. The stadium was home to FC Barcelona B, FCB's reserve team, as well as their women's team and Juvenil A. The stadium is now replaced by the newly built Estadi Johan Cruyff, which was completed on 27 August 2019.
The stadium was also home to FC Barcelona C until July 2007, when they disbanded. It has also been home to the Barcelona Dragons, an NFL Europe American football team, until they were disbanded in 2003.
It occasionally hosted the national team of Andorra as well.
As part of the Espai Barça project, the Mini Estadi was demolished at the conclusion of the 2018-2019 season  following the opening of the Estadi Johan Cruyff to make way for the Nou Palau Blaugrana. The new Estadi Johan Cruyff is built at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper campus, which will serve as the new home of Barcelona's reserve and women's teams.
- "Miniestadi | Official FC Barcelona Website". www.fcbarcelona.com. Retrieved 28 August 2019.
- Juanmartí, Toni (14 September 2017). "Depositados los sueños de La Masia y la primera piedra en el Estadi Johan Cruyff" [The dreams of La Masía are deposited during the groundbreaking at Johan Cruyff Stadium] (in Spanish). Barcelona: Sport. Retrieved 29 April 2018.
- "The New Palau Blaugrana".
- "The new Estadi Johan Cruyff". Archived from the original on 29 October 2017. Retrieved 30 March 2017.
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