Real Madrid Fixtures and Ticket Prices – Season 2017/2018
Real Madrid tickets for all matches at the famous Bernabeu Stadium. The table also shows Real Madrid away matches played in the Greater Madrid area.
|Match day||Date*||Time||Home Team||Away Team||Cat 3||Cat 2||Cat 1||Premium|
|23||11-02-2018||TBD||Real Madrid||–||R. Sociedad||–||€79||€99||€199||€215|
|UEFA Champions||14-02-2018||20:45||Real Madrid||–||Paris St Germain||–||€119||€139||€139||€165|
*Dates shown are provisional. Dates shown are the Sundays of each match day weekend. Games may also be played on Saturdays or Friday. Definitive dates and kick off times are announced approx 15 days before each match.
Real Madrid CF
One of the biggest names in world sport, Real Madrid has an estimated fan base of nearly 500 million supporters located all around the globe. Zidane’s stars added yet another Champions League title in 2017, as well as the Spanish Liga. They are the team to beat.
Their brand is enhanced with some of football’s most renowned players striving for continued success on the pitch.
Home matches are played at the famous Santiago Bernabeu, an all-seated 85,454 capacity stadium located in the northern area of the Spanish capital.
Buying Real Madrid tickets for individual games is relatively simple, although the prestigious El Clasico against FC Barcelona and big Champions League games are on the more expensive side.
The current crop of stars include the world’s most expensive player Gareth Bale, South American star James Rodríguez and of course three-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo. A game featuring Ronaldo in the Spanish La Liga or Champions League can almost guarantee there will be goals in itself.
Last season wasn’t up to the usual high standards set by the club, although they were only two points behind champions Barcelona.
With new manager Rafa Benitez taking the reins for this season however, the club will be battling hard to reclaim their place as champions. You can watch how they go about it by buying Real Madrid tickets here.
Watch Rafa Benitez’ Real Madrid stars play at home in the amazing Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid. Madrid may not have won La Liga last season but the team claimed the biggest prize of all in Lisbon 2 seasons ago by winning their tenth European Champions trophy. Madrid maintain their philosophy of using the cheque book to offer their fans only the very best players in the world.
Real Madrid have signed some of the best players in the world: galácticos Cristiano Ronaldo, Bale, and Benzema. Players like Isco, Modric and Marcelo add formidable quality to Madrid’s line-up. All in all this is possibly the greatest show of footballing talent of any club and any league. Choose your match and Real Madrid tickets from the list below.
Buying tickets for all of Real 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 Bernabeu experience for the upcoming games straight away.
Seating Areas and Ticket Categories
The terms Category 1, 2 ,3 and so on 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 tickets in Spain. This diagram shows the categories of tickets available at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, where Real Madrid play.
To help you decide, we use the following Category definitions:
Category One Premium Tickets (Cat 1 Premium)
Your seats will be in the most central sections in the lower half of the stadium, side view (see stadium plan). These are the most central Cat 1 seats and the best tickets available.
Category One Tickets (Cat 1)
Lower Half, Side View. Your seats will be in the best areas in the lower half of the stadium, side view. One of the following will be marked on your tickets (Spanish language):
– Lateral Este or Lateral Oeste (meaning East or West view): Grada Baja, Grada Alta, 1er Anfiteatro or 2º Anfiteatro.
Category Two Tickets (Cat 2)
Upper Side view, or lower Goal End view. Your seats will either be side view (but higher up than Cat 1) or the best seats of Goal End View. The following will be marked on your ticket:
– Lateral Este or Lateral Oeste (meaning East or West view): 3º Anfiteatro or 4º Anfiteatro
– Fondo Norte or Fondo Sur (meaning North or South Goal End): Grada Baja, Grada Alta, 1er Anfiteatro or 2º Anfiteatro.
Category Three Tickets (Cat 3)
Upper End View (higher up than the Cat 2 end view seats). The following will be marked on your tickets:
– Fondo Norte or Fondo Sur (meaning North or South Goal End): 3º Anfiteatro or 4º Anfiteatro.
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% !).
More on Spanish Football Tickets, Seating and Delivery
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How to get to the Bernabeu Stadium ?
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