Bernabeu Stadium


Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

The official capacity of Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is 85,454. It lies in the north of the city just off Paseo de la Castellana and is recognised as one of the world’s great sporting venues. It has hosted Spanish Cup Finals, European Cup Finals and the 1982 World Cup Final.

Getting to the Bernabeu

Bernabeu by Metro

Many visitors who stay down near Puerta del Sol and Gran Via choose to walk up to the ground though be warned it will take you around 45 minutes. If you don’t fancy the stroll then underground is the most common way of getting there. Get on the dark blue line 10 in the direction of Fuencarral and get off at the Santiago Bernabeu stop after Nuevos Ministerios.

Metro Map to Real Madrid's Bernabeu Stadium

Get off at the Santiago Bernabeu stop just after Nuevos Ministerios if you're travelling from the city centre.

Bernabeu by Bus

Buses run up and down Paseo de la Castellana all day and night. Numbers 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147 & 150 all stop outside the stadium. Taxis to the stadium are easy to find though there always seems to be a shortage straight after the match so it’s wise to go for a beer in a local bar and let the crowds disappear before looking for one.

Bernabeu Seating Plan

Bernabeu Seating Plan

Bernabeu Stadium Tour

Visitors to Madrid can go to the Bernabeu Stadium and see the club museum and some of the playing facilities on the Bernabeu Tour.

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