Since the 2021/22 season, the National Stadium has been the home of FC Andorra. The demands of the category – then 1a RFEF, now LaLiga SmartBank – forced the tricolour club to leave Prada de Moles, in Encamp, to move to these facilities located in the centre of the country and with capacity for 3,347 spectators. The National Stadium will be FC Andorra's home ground until the 2023/24 season.
With the change of the surface of the National Stadium to natural grass, FC Andorra has had to look for a new training ground from the 2022/23 season. And this, thanks to the agreement with the Commune of Andorra la Vella, is Estadi Comunal Joan Samarra, located right in front of the National Stadium. The tricolour team has taken over the communal facilities, remodelling their interior to turn them into a training centre worthy of the new category.