Real Madrid are one of the most famous clubs in the world, and their lavish spending to recruit the world’s best players has led to them being nicknamed ‘The Galacticos’. Madrid have an enormous global fan base and football lovers flock from all over to watch their matches.
As one of the most popular sides in Europe, Real Madrid are top of many people’s list of teams to watch and tickets for their games are highly coveted. Do not hesitate and secure your Real Madrid tickets from Football Ticket Pad today to watch the 32-time La Liga champions and eleven time European Cup winners in action this season.
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They play their home games in the Santiago Bernabeu, a magnificent purpose built stadium with over 80,000 supporters in attendance for every Real Madrid home game. This beautiful iconic stadium is on the bucket list of every football fan and if you have never visited the Bernabeu why not make it possible with your Real Madrid tickets from Football Ticket Pad to watch the famous Los Blancos play in their home stadium. All match tickets are backed with a unique 100% guarantee and purchasing your Real Madrid tickets has never been easier with our friendly staff on hand in our live chat tool to help you through the process and choosing the perfect seat for you! Football Ticket Pad has split the seating into four categories to make it easier to select your tickets and below we have explained what each category is and what other ticket options are available:
Santiago Bernabeu Seating
Category 1: These are regarded as the best seats available in the stadium and are therefore the most expensive category seats to purchase (not including Real Madrid VIP Hospitality.) Category 1 seats are often in the Longside Lower sections of the stadium, offering seats close to the pitch at Santiago Bernabeu in the East and West side of the stadium.
Category 2: These are the second most expensive tickets listed on Football Ticket Pad and they offer fantastic aerial views of the playing surface below. Category 2 seats are housed in the Upper tiers of the East Stand and West Stand, otherwise known as Longside Upper seats.
Category 3: Seated behind the goal in either the North Stand or South Stand at Santiago Bernabeu, customers can expect to be seated in the upper tier of the stands above the goal. Category 3 seats are also known as Shortside Upper and they can prove to be great value for money, especially in such a historic stadium like the Bernabeu.
Category 4: Located behind the goal in the lower tier close to the pitch, these are the cheapest tickets that we have available. Fans can get up close to the action and they can often prove to be a great spot when the team are attacking your end of the pitch.
VIP Hospitality: Football Ticket Pad is able to supply a limited number of Real Madrid VIP Hospitality tickets for some of the biggest matches of the season - including matches against Barcelona and in the UEFA Champions League. There are a selection of Madrid VIP tickets available including some great hospitality seats including the Trophy Room, which is located in the second tier of the West Stand. The Asador Restaurant in the East Stand is another popular choice, along with the famous European Cup Room Suite hosted in the lower tier section of West Stand. If you are after Real hospitality tickets please let us know and we arrange a package for you depending on availability.
Away Section: Not available for every match. Usually a popular choice for European fixtures, especially against English clubs where we will have a greater number of away section tickets available. Please note that away section tickets are strictly restricted to away fans only.
Real Madrid Tickets
E-tickets: The majority of Real Madrid tickets available on Football Ticket Pad are supplied in the form of e-tickets. This a very quick and easy method to obtaining your match ticket at Santiago Bernabeu. One you have purchased your ticket off our site you will be emailed a confirmation and your tickets send in an emailed form which you can either print off or show your iPhone or tablet upon entry to the stadium.
Season/Members Cards: It is rare for Real Madrid tickets to be in the form of season/members cards, however it can be possible. Tickets are sent to your provided address which could also be a hotel address if needed. Football Ticket Pad customers will receive their ticket(s) during the week of the match and they will be notified once their tickets have been dispatched.
Paper Tickets: If your Real Madrid ticket is provided as a paper ticket customers will receive their ticket either in the post, at their hotel or at an arranged meeting point before the game. It is unlikely that Real Madrid tickets will be provided as paper tickets but it could be a possibility for Champions League matches.
Real Madrid Last Season
The start of the 2015/16 season saw a new manager at the helm, Rafael Benitez. The Spaniard was a surprise appointment and raised a few eyebrows with his arrival in Madrid. However after a brief seven month stint in charge, Benitez was sacked. The former Liverpool boss appeared to be on borrowed time since he was unveiled. A strained relationship with star player Cristiano Ronaldo, a humbling El Clasico defeat, and defensive minded tactics all led to his Madrid demise as his relationship with Los Blancos hierarchy soured.
Zinedine Zidane took over the reins in January 2016 and recorded emphatic 5-0 and 5-1 victories over Deportivo and Sporting Gijon in his first two matches. Real only lost one league match under Zidane and that was against their rivals Atletico Madrid in February. Madrid then replied with a twelve match winning streak until the end of the season which included victories against Sevilla, Barcelona, Villarreal and Valencia, but was not enough to clinch the title on the final game of the season.
Despite missing out on La Liga, Zidane taste silverware in the form of the UEFA Champions League at the San Siro in Milan. Los Blancos took their city rivals Atletico all the way to penalties after the sides remained locked at 1-1 after extra time. Real prevailed in a 5-3 shootout win to make up for their second placed finish behind Barcelona in La Liga.