Atletico Madrid Football Tickets and Fixtures
Buy Atletico Madrid football tickets for all Atleti’s home matches in 2017 – 2018 at the fantastic brand new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. This table also shows away matches played by Atletico in the Madrid area. These are marked (A).
|Match day||Date*||Time*||Home Team||Away Team||Cat 4||Cat 3||Cat 2||Cat 1|
|31||08-04-2018||TBD||Real Madrid||–||Atletico Madrid (A)||–||ASK||ASK||ASK||ASK|
|37||13-05-2018||TBD||Getafe||–||Atletico Madrid (A)||–||€79||€95||€110||€130|
*Dates shown are provisional. Dates shown are the Sundays of each match day weekend. Games may also be played on Saturdays or Fridays. Definitive dates and kick off times are announced approx 15 days before each match.
Booking Atletico Madrid football tickets
Buying tickets for all of Atletico Madrid´s home games during the 2017/18 season is easy with Spanish Kicks. With the La Liga fixtures already announced, you can start planning your visit to the new stadium. Get your Atletico Madrid football tickets here and see La Liga, UEFA and Copa del Rey at the new Wanda Metropolitan Stadium. Enjoy Diego Simeone’s sensational Atletico team challenging for another Spanish League title.
Seating Areas and Ticket Categories – Wanda Metropolitano Stadium
The terms Category 1, 2 ,3 & 4 are the most commonly used in the marketplace to describe types of seating available at Spanish matches, and the relative quality (and therefore price) of each area of a ground.
However, do not expect to find these terms printed on Atletico Madrid football or other tickets for Spanish matches. This is because each stadium traditionally uses its own categorisations and signage.
To help you decide, we use the following Category definitions:
Category One Tickets (Cat 1)
Your seats will be in the lower half of the terracing, with side view (see stadium plan). These are the best tickets available.
Category Two Tickets (Cat 2)
Upper Side view. Your seats will be side view, higher up than Cat 1, in the higher half of the terracing.
Category Three Tickets (Cat 3)
Lower Goal End view. Your seats will be the best seats of Goal End View (lower half of the terracing).
Category Four Tickets (Cat 4)
Upper End View (higher up than the Cat 3 seats).
Are there any extra charges for tickets like local taxes?
Well, the answer is NO! Unlike ticket sites like Viagogo, what you see on this page is what you will pay. We do not approve of “hidden charges” (as in, when you get to the end of the payment process and are about to enter your card details, you see the price has suddenly gone up by 15% !).
Atlético Madrid have emerged as genuine title contenders for both the La Liga and Champions League in recent years. Building from a tight defence and constantly denying the opposition space, they muscled in on the big two of Spanish football by winning the league back in the 2013/14 season.
Quite remarkably, they also reached the Champions League final that same season and two years later, only to be pipped by their Madrid neighbours in both matches.
Atlético Madrid are billed as the archetypical underdogs of Spanish football, relying on a comparatively smaller budget than other leading European names. Their fans take pride in this approach and produce passionate support during home games.
You can experience this overwhelming atmosphere by buying tickets for La Liga games during the 2017/18 season.
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