Football Tickets Guide

If you are a die-hard fan of Football, be it clubs or the game itself, you should not be missing the chance to get to those world-renowned soccer grounds and watch live matches from your favorite football clubs. La Liga, Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera División, since its inception, has contested almost 62 teams with famed clubs of Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid. The astounding performers of Spanish Football Clubs have ranked Spain as 1st  in the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), which marks La Liga among the top European league.

Yes! Footballing in Spain is a serious business. Here you’ll get the essence of a few of Europe’s very best football stadiums in Spain that are home ground to the well-known clubs and why you should actually plan to visit and witness one of the finest soccer competitions.

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Stadium – Real Madrid


The home of Real Madrid, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium lies in the heart of Spain’s capital of Madrid. Since its construction in 1947, Spain has witnessed top soccer matches in there. This stadium presented its ground to Champion League Finals and the World Cup Final in 1982 and is a famed national football site, along with Manuel Martínez Valero Stadium. The land of football legends Zidane, Ronaldo, Sanchez, Kaká and more to name is the true legacy of Real Madrid.

When in Spain, one can never leave without exploring the grounds which took its name after the legendary club president Santiago Bernabéu. Apart from other widespread tourist attractions around,  it’s a popular go-to site.

One can find ample of coffee shops, bars, and eateries surrounding Estadio Santiago Bernabéu stadium. You can go shopping in La Esquina del Bernabé quite close to the stadium. You can find a few places neighboring the stadium to maximize your tour.

A Football stadium with spectators and players in the frame
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Stadium – Real Madrid​

Real Madrid Tickets

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Directions to Bernabéu

It lies on the main avenues of Madrid, which is easily accessible via public transportation, such as Metro’s Line 10 from Plaza de España. Exit the bus at Santiago Bernabéu stop next to the stadium. Another route is to take Line 1 from the public square Puerta del Sol or Madrid’s largest Atocha railway station. Bus 14 or 27 is also en route to the stadium from Paseo del Prado or Plaza de Cibeles. You can also get on bus 147 from the city center station Callao.

Wanda Metropolitano Stadium – Atlético de Madrid 

Atlético’s Wanda Metropolitano is a redesigned and rebuilt stadium, from back in 2016. A league match between Atletico and Malaga marked its inauguration in September 2017. Two years following its opening, this stadium got fortunate enough to host the 2019 Champions League final.

Football fans can find a lot of happenings in Madrid to get themselves indulged in on a no-match day. Wanda’s location is a bit remote, so one has to travel to the city center to spend a shop-eat-repeat day. This football tickets guide help you book with Flying1sky to get reasonable hotel options that are best suited to you.

A football stadium in Madrid Spain

Wanda Metropolitano Stadium – Atlético de Madrid

Atlético de Madrid Tickets

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Directions to Metropolitano

Lying to the north-east of Madrid, almost 10 km away from the city center, is an easy approach. Take Metro to Estadio Metropolitano station which is situated adjacent to the Wanda Metropolitano which is a stop on orange line 7. On a short walking distance from the stadium lies another stop which can be dropped off at, Station Las Musas.

Camp Nou Stadium – FC Barcelona

One of the historic stadiums in Spain’s soccer history, Camp Nou houses almost 100,000 spectators. It’s a splendid home ground to one of the best European football teams, that has brought many trophies back to this city. Famous names such as Messi, Ronaldinho, Maradona and many more have graced the pitch of Camp Nou. Barcelona, located in north-eastern Spain, marks the history of Catalonians and Camp Nau being the greatest landmark where visitors experience history along with competitions. The surrounding urban area offers tourists to roam around and do all the dining in and shopping stuff from the near vicinity of the stadium. Get within the city’s world-class accommodation deals at Flying1sky.

A football stadium with spectators and players in the frame in Barcelona Spain

Wanda Metropolitano Stadium – Atlético de Madrid

Directions to Camp Nau

Camp Nau rests almost 5 km away from the city center and is an easy approach by Metro. Take line 3 from Barcelona’s center and get off at the station Les Corts in about 25 minutes. More route options connecting other parts of Barcelona can also be availed.

FC Barcelona Tickets

Crazy about FC Barcelona’s live match? Who isn’t! Grab convenient tickets to your favorite seat now before it slips off.

Tip: Arrive at least one day in advance to the scheduled match to avoid inconvenience

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