Real Madrid – Sevilla FC

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About the Match

Experience Real Madrid at home at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu against Sevilla FC.

Tickets

Category 3

Tribune: Upper long side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Note! Visibility may vary depending on seat placement.

Category 3

Tribune: Upper long side

Category 2 Short Side

Tribune: Middle/Lower short side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Note! Visibility may vary depending on seat placement.

Category 2 Short Side

Tribune: Middle/Lower short side

Category 2 Long Side

Tribune: Upper long side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Note! Visibility may vary depending on seat placement.

Category 2 Long Side

Tribune: Upper long side

Category 1 Long Side

Tribune: Long side (Level 500)

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Note! Visibility may vary depending on seat placement.

Category 1 Long Side

Tribune: Long side (Level 500)

Category 1 Lower Long Side

Tribune: Middle/Lower long side

The seats are only guaranteed to be seated in pairs.

Note! Visibility may vary depending on seat placement.

Category 1 Lower Long Side

Tribune: Middle/Lower long side

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Welcome to Madrid

Over 3.2 million people call Madrid their hometown and seen from the air, the Spanish capital is six times larger than Barcelona. In short - Madrid is big, but certainly not unmanageable. The city centre is compact and easy to get around on foot, and it has a well-functioning metro when your feet get tired of asphalt.

Madrid and tapas
Our favourite dining experience is not one tapas bar, but an entire street with tapas bars lying side by side. The famous tapas street Cava Baja (Calle de la Cava Baja) in the bohemian district of La Latina is in itself an atmospheric experience. The small, sloping buildings have colourful facades adorned with hand-painted tiles, rustic wooden signs, old-fashioned street lamps and cast-iron balconies.
It is quiet here during the day, but after 8 pm, both locals and tourists flock and make it necessary to book a table if you have a special restaurant on your wish list. Two of the most famous tapas bars are Tempranillo, which is known for serving the very best Jamón ibérico, and Casa Lucio, which is loved for its traditional dishes and has catered to a wide variety of celebrities.

Out into the night
Do you want to experience Madrid as a local? An excellent tip is to start the first night of the city's legendary nightlife.
Grab an extra bottle of wine at one of the many tapas restaurants or board the cocktail menu at one of the city's hip bars.
Thus, you get to bed later, sleep a little longer and tune in automatically to the circadian rhythm of the cityzens, which begins later than ours. That way, you also avoid wandering around the streets alone the next morning - desperate to find an open café serving breakfast and your first coffee fix. We have tested that experience for you, so you do not need it.

In the early parts of the 20th century, Real Madrid first played at Campo De O’Donnell, and then moved to the larger Campo de Chamartín in 1924.
In 1943, Chamartin had already become too small again, and club-president Santiago Bernabéu decided that Madrid needed a new and modern 100,000-stadium.
This new stadium got built at the same site of Campo de Chamartín. Construction began in 1945, and on the 14th of December 1947 Estadio Santiago Bernabéu officially opened with a match against Portuguese champions OS Belenenses (3-1).
The stadium was initially still called Nuevo Estadio Chamartin, but received the name of the club-president eight years later.
At that time, Estadio Santiago Bernabéu consisted of two uncovered tiers that could hold just over 75,000 spectators.

How to get to Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

With metro line 10 you can stop right next to the stadium at the metro stop 'Santiago Bernabeu'.
It will only take you 10-15 minutes to get to the stadium if you have charged up for the match at eg Plaza de Espana.

With room for more than 80,000 spectators, there will be a queue for the stadium if you choose to take the taxa out there. Give it a shot with public transportation or take a brisk walk to the grand stadium.

Ticket guarantee

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