El Centrocampista

Madrid: Estadio Vicente Calderón

Official Name: Estadio Vicente Calderón
Inauguration: 2 October 1966
First Match: 
Atletico Madrid 1-1 Valencia
54,960  seats
Avenida de Concha Espina 1, Madrid

Getting There

Atletico Madrid’s Vicente Calderon is situated on the banks of Madrid’s famous Manzaneres river to the south-western edges of the city centre and is a comfortable 30 minute stroll from the Puerta del Sol.

The Madrid metro can be taken to the Vicente Calderon with Line 5 (Green) taking you to  Pirámides which is less than 10 minutes walk to the stadium. Line 5 goes through the city centre and stops at Gran Via, Sol and Ópera. Madrid’s Cercanía commuter trains also travel to Pirámides with Lines C-7 and C-10 linking the stadium with other stations at Atocha and Chamartín.

It is also possible to get the bus to the Vicente Calderon with numbers 17, 18, 23, 34, 35, 36, 50, 62, 116, 118, and 119 all taking you near the stadium.


Match tickets for Atlético Madrid can be purchased online, by phone +34 902 530 500 (0902 530 500 from Spain), or at ticket booths located at the stadium itself

Ticket prices mainly relate to the opposition, with cheapest games starting at around €30 and high priority games ranging up to €90.

Atletico also offer special deals which start at €40 and include a match ticket, guided tour, and visit to the museum.


Stadium Tour and Museum

Guided museum and stadium tours run twice a day  Tuesdays to Fridays at 1300 and 1730 pm. There are four guided tours available on Saturdays and Sundays tours which run at 1200, 1300, 1630 and 1730. During July, August and early September) the tours run seven days a week to the weekend schedule.

The club museum is opened from 11:00 am until 1900 pm, or until kick-off on matchdays.

Price of the tour is €10.  For more information  call +34 91 365 09 31 (0901 365 09 31 from Spain) or email museo@clubatleticodemadrid.com.

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