El Centrocampista

Zaragoza: Estadio La Romareda

Official Name: Estadio de La Romareda
Inauguration: 8 September 1957
First match: Real Zaragoza 4-3 Osasuna
Capacity: 34,596 seats
Address: Avinguda Aristides Maillol, s/n, 08028, Barcelona

Getting There

Real Zaragoza’s La Romareda is situated just under two miles south-west of the city centre, near the University. Arriving at Zaragoza’s main railway station, Estación de Delicias,

Take the circular buses Ci1 or Ci2, or bus number 42 (Destination La Paz)  to the stadium from Zaragoza’s main railway station, Estacion de Delicias.
From the old city centre at Plaza de España, you can catch the number 40 or 35 bus (Destination Via Hispanidad). All buses will take you to the Paseo Isabel la Católica which is in front of the stadium.


Address: Paseo Isabel la Católica s/n, 50009 Zaragoza



Real Zaragoza tickets can be purchased from the club offices at La Romareda in the week ahead of home games. On match days and in the days leading up to games, tickets can be bought at windows located at the stadium.

Tickets can also be bought online at Entradas.com. Real Zaragoza had an average attendance of just over 26,000 in the 2011/12 season and tends to sell-out on very few occasions.

Prices for tickets are prices individually depending on the game and opponent. The cheapest tickets start at €25.00 while matches against Barcelona and Madrid see tickets start at €60.00, with the most expensive rising up to €150.00.

Stadium tours

The Real Zaragoza museum opens Monday to Friday from 0900 to 1400 and then from 16300 until 1930.

For more information on visiting the museum call +34 976 567 777  (0977 567 777 from Spain) or email real@realzaragoza.com.

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