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  Atletico Madrid Tickets

Team Fact File:
  • Nickname: Los Colchoneros (The Mattress Makers)
  • Founded: 1903
  • Rivals: Real Madrid, Getafe
  • Record Goal Scorer: Luis Aragonés - 173
  • Record Signing: Diego Costa (£44m)

  Atletico Madrid Tickets

For longer than this club would like to remember, Atletico Madrid has lived in the shadows of their great rivals Real Madrid. Thankfully for Atletico fans in recent times the pendulum has swung in their direction and Atletico have put together a team of world beaters who are now challenging Barcelona and Real Madrid to the La Liga title.

La Liga is fast becoming one of the most exciting leagues in the world as Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid playing some of the best football on the continent and have become regular challengers both domestically and in Europe.

Simeone has built a team that never knows when it is beaten. Atleti has a fine balance of youth and experience with the likes of Diego Godin commanding the defence, Tiago and Juanfran breaking up the midfield and Fernando Torres finding his goal scoring touch. These players form a vital part of the Atletico engine, with the likes of Antoine Griezmann and Koke's creativity and tenacity proving a recipe for success.

Atletico are now a true force to be reckoned with and Atletico Madrid tickets are becoming increasingly popular with those taking excursion to the magnificent city of Madrid. Take a look on Football Ticket Pad and you will see the wealth of Atletico Madrid matches we have to offer. Our service is second to none and with our 24 hour service team you can book Atletico Madrid football tickets around the clock. Don't opt for second best; buy your tickets at Football Ticket Pad and follow ‘El Atlati’ in their conquest to overcome their big city neighbours. 

Atletico Madrid tickets are available for all their La Liga home fixtures and for the majority of their away games. Football Ticket Pad will also be providing tickets for their Champions League and Copa Del Rey fixtures; keep checking here for whichever game you wish to see or contact us directly and one of our friendly team will be happy to help with your enquiry.

The Vicente Calderón Stadium is located on the South Western edge of Madrid’s city centre, on the banks of the river Manzaneras.

We recommend reaching the stadium at least an hour in advance of kick-off. This will give you enough opportunity to sample the atmosphere and locate your seats in good time.

Getting There

Address:  241, Av. de América, 7-9, 28922 Alcorcón, Madrid, Spain

The nearest metro station is Pirámides which is on metro line 5. Once exiting the station, the stadium is around 10 minutes walk away.

Taxis operate between the city centre and stadium, although there is often a shortage immediately after the match, so it ma be wise to grab a post-match beer and wait for the crowds to disperse.

Food and Drink

The stadium is loacted in a fairly quiet neighbourhood, with a few bars and restaurants around, but it may be easier to eat or drink in the vibrant centre and then walk or take a metro to the stadium.

For food nearby the ground, look out for options such as El Chiscón de la Ribera bar, El Rancho steak house and Parador watering hole.

Atletico Madrid Shop

Be sure to leave enough time to visit the Atletico shop which sits within the stadium grounds. Here you can pick up football kits, training equipment, fashion, homeware, souvenirs and gifts.

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