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Once again this year, Real Madrid C.F. will be seeking to complete a clean sweep of titles. In the Liga Española, they will face fierce competition from el Clasico rivals FC Barcelona and, of course, city rivals Atlético de Madrid. While the game legends come and go in Madrid, the winner’s spirit remains, and no matter who they’re playing, Los Blancos are favourites every time they take to the field.
If you’re a football fan, have an interest in Spanish football or are a die-hard Madridista, the experience of watching a game from the stands is worth every penny. Compare prices now before you buy a ticket to Real Madrid online. Check our price comparison tool to get the best prices from reliable ticket sites and availability.
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Real Madrid CF fixtures and ticketing info for the 2022-2023 season
2023-2024 La Liga - Real Madrid CF ticket information
Important: The next football season in Spain is expected to start in August 2023 and to end in June 2024. The 2023-2024 La Liga calendar will be confirmed by June/July 2023.
Join the Real Madrid CF waiting list for the 2023-2024 La Liga season (August 2023 - June 2024) and we will contact you as soon as tickets for Real Madrid CF become available for purchase online. You will then be able to use our website to compare prices for Real Madrid CF home and away matches, and then buy your Real Madrid CF tickets for a match at Santiago Bernabéu in advance and at the best online price for every La Liga fixture.
About Santiago Bernabéu, Real Madrid's home ground
The Santiago Bernabéu stadium is home to Real Madrid Club de Fútbol and is one of the most famous stadiums in Spain and worldwide. The arena was completed in 1947 and named after former Real Madrid president Santiago Bernabéu.
It has hosted the Champions League final on four occasions, most recently in 2010, and the finals of the 1964 European Championships and 1982 World Cup.
In April 1956, a record 129,690 fans crammed into the ground to watch Real take on AC Milan in a European Cup match. The stadium’s capacity is currently 81,044. However, the stadium is increasing its capacity by approximately 4,000, with renovation work due in 2022.
Santiago Bernabéu's capacity: 81044
Santiago Bernabéu stadium map
Seating Categories at the Santiago Bernabéu
The Santiago Bernabéu has four different categories.
The two stands at the side of the pitch are the Lateral Este, where the presidential stand is, and the Lateral Oeste. Behind both goals are the Fondo Norte and Fondo Sur.
Category 1 Premium
Lateral Este and Lateral Oeste: The first four tiers near the centre of the pitch are the best seats in the stadium, with uninterrupted views towards both ends.
Lateral Este and Lateral Oeste: The first four tiers. More towards one end of the other, however, excellent viewpoints of the pitch.
Lateral Este and Lateral Oeste: Top tier. These high seats provide outstanding panoramic views of the stadium and pitch.
Fondo Norte and Fondo Sur: First 5 tiers. These seats are behind each goal and offer excellent views from one end to the other.
Fondo Norte and Fondo Sur: Top tier. These seats behind each goal are high but provide excellent views of the stadium and pitch and are the best option if you are on a budget.
How to get to Santiago Bernabéu stadium in Madrid
The world-famous Santiago Bernabéu stadium is located in the Chamartin district, Madrid’s centre. It is easily accessible by public transport; however, the area close to the Santiago Bernabéu gets crowded before and after matches, with subways and buses particularly busy to get to and from the ground.
The Estación Santiago Bernabéu is a metro station located next to the stadium and on metro line 10. Meanwhile, several bus routes (14, 27, 43, 120, 147 and 150) have drop-off points close to the stadium.
Av de Concha Espina, 1
28036 Madrid, Spain
Geo-Coordinates: 40.453108, -3.688808
About buying tickets for a Real Madrid CF match
The ticket prices of a Real Madrid match will vary depending on the category of the game. Seats for the biggest games, such as el Clasico against FC Barcelona or a Champions League knockout phase match, are much more expensive than matches against other domestic sides such as Real Sociedad or Granada.
IMPORTANT: Before purchasing tickets for a Real Madrid match at the Bernabéu, take the time to familiarise yourself with the purchasing conditions of each website. Make sure to look at the terms and conditions and whether there are any additional costs, such as booking fees, how your tickets are delivered to you and the returns, refund and cancellation policy if you cannot make it to the game .
What are the Prices for a Match at the Santiago Bernabéu
Prices at matches at the Santiago Bernabéu vary depending on the opposition and match category. However, for regular La Liga matches, prices begin at approximately €70 for club members or €100 for non-members, through to €287 for members and €410 in the Grandstand for non-members.
The Bernabéu also offers a range of VIP hospitality options, from private luxury boxes where you can entertain business clients to privileged seating and complete catering services, which are brilliant for hosting friends on special occasions.
History of Real Madrid CF
Real Madrid C.F. was founded in 1902. The club was named the best football club of the twentieth century by FIFA. Like Athletic Bilbao and their perennial rival FC Barcelona, the club has never experienced relegation to the second division.
And like its competitors, the club is owned by its 80,000 members, who elect their president every 4 years. Florentino Perez has been leading “Los Blancos” since 2000 (with an interlude between 2006 and 2009) with some success, especially on the European stage.
Trophies and achievements of Real Madrid CF
Since their first Copa del Rey titles at the turn of the 20th century, Real Madrid has continued to make history in European and world football. And the numbers are staggering: 34 Spanish league titles, 19 National Cups, 11 Spanish Supercopa de España, 13 Champions Leagues, 4 European Super Cups, 3 Intercontinental Cups, and 7 Club World Cups.
After having crushed the debut of the European Cup of Champions Clubs with five successes in a row, thanks in particular to the legendary Alfredo Di Stefano, Real Madrid returned to the top of Europe in the 2001-2002 season thanks to its Galactics (Zidane, Figo, Ronaldo, Beckham, Roberto Carlos).
Twelve years later, the Merengues led by Cristiano Ronaldo won the Décima in 2014, before once again outrageously dominating Europe with three consecutive titles under french coach Zinedine Zidane (2015-16, 2016-17, and 2017-18).
2017 remaining an exceptional year for Real Madrid, punctuated by 5 titles: Champions League, Liga, Spanish Super Cup, European Super Cup, and Club World Cup.