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Valencia: Estadio de Mestalla

Official Name: Estadio Mestalla
Inauguration: 20 May 1923
First Match: Valencia – Levante
Capacity: 55,000 seats
Address:  Avenida Suecia s/n, 46010 Valencia

Getting There

Valencia’s Estadio Mestalla is located just outside the old city centre and is just over a mile from the main train station, Estación del Norte – within easy walking distance. The metro can also be taken and Line 5 (Green Line) stops at Aragón, which is next to the stadium. Incidentally, Line 5 also runs directly to the city’s Manises airport.

Address: Av. Baix Llobregat 100, 08940 Cornellà de Llobregat (Barcelona)


Tickets for Valencia home matches can be purchased be bought online here, at the stadium, at various Fenamix sales points located around the city or at the seven official VCF shops in Valencia.

Prices for tickets range from €10.00 to €80.00. Valencia average around 10,000 less than capacity which means tickets are easily obtainable and can normally be bought on match day without problem. It is always advisable to check availability before travel however.


Stadium Tour and Museum

Stadium tours at the Mestalla run from Monday to Friday at 1000, 1100, 1200, 1300, 1400, 1700, and 1800. At weekends, tours only run at 1000, 1100, 1200, and 1300. The tour lasts around 45 minutes.

Tour booking can be made online, at the official VCF shops or by calling +34 902 01 19 19 (0902 01 19 19 from Spain). Tickets can be bought at the stadium however places are limited. The tour costs €7.00.


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