Cheer on the superstar players of one of the world’s most successful soccer clubs and take a behind-the-scenes tour of the colossal 81,000-capacity stadium.
Real Madrid is one of the most internationally recognized soccer teams and their Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (Estadio Santiago Bernabéu) is among the sport’s finest. Watching a match at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is a lifetime dream for both long-term Madridistas and soccer enthusiasts. Walk on the hallowed turf of the playing field, browse the clubs impressive trophy hall and relive historical moments via multimedia exhibits.
Sign up for the stadium tour, which begins with a panoramic view of the area from its highest point. Follow the club’s history via audiovisual exhibits, see displays of vintage shirts and listen to a recreation of the deafening noise made by fans. The trophy room celebrates prolific victories in the European Cup and Spanish championships. Take souvenir photos that make it appear as if you are performing alongside soccer idols.
Enjoy the chance to stroll along the perimeter of the lush green grass where Los Merengues play. Then sit in the presidential box, an area reserved for club executives and esteemed guests. In the dressing room, inside the tunnel and on the benches, you can envisage how the team prepares for and executes games. Go for a virtual ride on the Real Madrid bus and peek into the press office.
Book match tickets for the ultimate stadium experience. Those for the UEFA Champions League and La Liga are in high demand, therefore it’s advisable to purchase in advance. Tickets for the Copa del Rey national cup are easier to secure and often cheaper. Hospitality packages include premium seats, catering and a hostess service.
Located in the Chamartín neighborhood, the stadium is served by the Santiago Bernabéu metro station. It’s about a 15-minute journey from the Puerta del Sol station.
Tours of the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium take place daily, except for Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Reserve tickets for the both the tour and matches via Real Madrid’s official website. The tour takes about 90 minutes and an interactive audioguide in multiple languages is available.