SEVILLE – Círculo Mercantil e Industrial de Sevilla


Since its foundation by a group of industrialists and merchants headed by D. Simón Martínez Martínez in 1868, the Círculo Mercantil e Industrial de Sevilla has been a prominent feature in the history of Seville, its people and its customs. During its first one hundred years of life, the Mercantile Circle was characterised by its cultural, social and recreational purposes, but above all economic, also becoming in the 70s of the last century, a sports entity.

It currently has two permanent venues, the Social Building on Sierpes Street and the Sports Facilities, which are under continuous renovation, on Presidente Adolfo Suárez Avenue; and another ephemeral, the Caseta de la Feria de Abril.