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Real Madrid Tickets

Being one of the biggest names in world football can make obtaining tickets to watch Real Madrid difficult. Every game featuring Los Blancos comes in high demand from all over the world meaning sell-outs are a regular occurrence at the Santiago Bernabéu.

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How to Buy Real Madrid Tickets: Home and Away

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How Much do Real Madrid tickets cost?

Tickets to watch Real Madrid range in cost depending on the opposition and the area of the ground you would like to sit. General match tickets for La Liga games range from £50 to in excess of £100 with tickets in lower tiers of each stand generally costing more. However, these tickets can be extremely difficult to obtain, even for registered club members.
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Where Should I Sit For Real Madrid Games?

The Bernabéu offers great views from all parts of the stadium with the pitch easily viewed regardless of the seat you choose. However, it is generally considered that seats in the Tribuna offer the best mix of pitch view and value for money.
This level sits roughly half way up each stand above the pitch-side tier but below the Amphitheater tiers at the top of the stadium bowl.

About Real Madrid

Real Madrid is one of the most recognisable teams in global club football, being widely known as the “Galácticos” due to their history of buying some of the best footballing talents.
Fans have previously been treated to viewing some of football’s royalty including Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and countless other legendary names.
Acquiring these high-profile and extremely talented players has helped Real Madrid become a powerhouse in European football with a legacy that spans decades. The Santiago Bernabéu, Real’s 81,000-capacity home since 1947, has played host to legendary games from the Spanish La Liga and Champions League.

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Information

As one of Europes leading football clubs, the Santiago Bernabéu has to stand the test of hundreds of thousands of supporters each season.
Originally built in 1947, the stadium has stood as a landmark in the northern-central quarter of Madrid ever since. The stadium has undergone major redevelopment in recent decades and now stands as a fully enclosed bowl with excellent views of the pitch from every seat.

Honours and Trophies

Real Madrid are one of the most decorated teams in the world, with decades of success spanning Europe and beyond. In December 2000, Real Madrid were awarded the accolade of FIFA Club of the Century after a prolonged period of unrivalled success in domestic and european competitions along with 7 FIFA Club World Cup Titles.

European Honours

Real Madrid are synonymous with the European Cup. Known in recent years as the Champions League, the Spanish giants hold the record for the most wins in the competitions history, with 14 titles underneath their belts.
They also hold 2 UEFA Cups and 5 European Super Cups, the most recent coming in 2022.

Domestic Honours

Real Madrid’s rich history also shows great success in domestic titles. The club holds a record 35 national La Liga Titles since their first victory in 1932 with the competition being held since 1929. In addition the team also have 24 seasons as runners up in La Liga, taking top spot in the competitions history over close rivals Barcelona and neighbours Atlético Madrid.
Domestic success also spans cup competitions with 19 victories in the Spanish Cup and a further 12 victories in the Spanish Super Cup.

Team Information

Some of the finest footballers ever to play the game have their records engraved within ther history of Real Madrid.

The draw of the club has seen the best players of each generation wear the all-white kit. Legendary Spanish forward Raúl serves as the club’s all-time record appearance holder with 741 games across all competitions.

World renowned superstar Cristiano Ronaldo leads the way as the record goalscorer, with 451 goals in 438 appearances for the Galacticos.

Real Madrid has also seen seven of its players crowned with the Ballon d’Or title while playing for the club. The annual award recognises the best male player of the previous year voted by football journalists, players, and coaches.


Real Madrid have two main rivalries in Spanish football. These are split between neighbours Atlético Madrid and Barcelona.

Atlético Madrid, as the name suggests, are a rival of geographic nature with the two teams sharing the Spanish capital city. Known as “El Derbi” the Madrid Derby is a passion fuelled affair that is hotly contested on both sides of the city.

The rivalry with Barcelona existis as both clubs have fought for success domestically and across Europe for decades. Both sides have been a dominant force across all competitions and boast rich histories that eclipse their domestic challengers.

Now a global event, “El Clásico” is the term used for matches between Real Madrid and Barcelona with spectatorsrarely disappointed.