Soccer fans will love this exploration of the Atlético de Madrid football club, including admission ticket and 45-minute guided tour inside the team’s Vicente Calderón Stadium. Follow a guide on a visit into the stadium’s press room, VIP box, player changing rooms and pitch, discovering the history of the team as you go. Your entrance to Atletico Madrid's stadium also includes access to the on-site museum, where you can discover over 1,000 pieces of soccer memorabilia including shirts, trophies and vintage season tickets.
See one of Madrid's world-class football stadiums on a tour!
Explore the hallowed ground of Vicente Calderón Stadium, home field for the Atlético de Madrid football club, with this admission ticket and guided tour. Whether you’re a die-hard Atlético fan or simply interested in Spain’s soccer culture, this excursion is a great pick.
Start your visit any time during the stadium’s opening hours, Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 7pm, where you’ll meet up with your guide for your tour. Discover details about the fascinating history of this famed football club, first founded in 1903. The team’s home field was originally known as Manzanares Stadium, though they changed its name to Vicente Calderón Stadium to honor one of the club's most popular presidents.
Step onto the stadium pitch, site of any number of historic international matches, and check out the changing rooms where famous players like Jorge Pulido and Tiago Mendes get suited up. Along the way your guide shares insights into the team’s most famous matches and its loyal fan base, who don their red-and-white striped jerseys before each competition. Next stop by the press room, home for the many journalists covering the team, and visit the VIP box, which plays host to visiting dignitaries.
Finish your guided tour after 45 minutes, continuing as you explore the on-site museum at your leisure. Check out the vast collection of Atlético-themed memorabilia on display, covering shirts, photos, flags, trophies, mini models of the players, old season tickets and more. The collection totals well over 1,000 unique items.
Feel free to continue your visit inside the stadium for up to three hours, taking a break to have a snack or drink at one of the on-site cafés or bars.