The Spanish will entertain Argentina on clay under a temporary roof at the venue, which previously staged the final in 2004.
On that occasion 27,200 fans a day were able to pack in to watch events unfold, the largest-ever crowd to attend an officially sanctioned tennis match
The stadium, which formed part of Seville's unsuccessful bids to stage the 2004 and 2008 Olympics, has a running track around it and one corner of that was used to seat spectators. Temporary stands were erected to enclose the court.
Spain beat the USA on that occasion with a young Rafael Nadal in their team.
Fitness permitting, Nadal will spearhead the hosts' victory bid on December 2-4.
It is not yet known how many fans will be able to watch this year's final with the venue's capacity yet to be announced.