Sitting on the terraces on a warm evening in Malaga is a real pleasure for football fans. No wonder so many ex-pat British residents of the Costa del Sol have become season ticket holders there. Only around 3,000 Malaga football tickets go on general sale for matches at their redeveloped La Rosaleda Stadium. The stadium is now all seater with a capacity of 29,500 but around 25,000 season ticket holders (‘socios’) take up most of the match tickets. It’s very difficult to get tickets for matches against FC Barcelona and Real Madrid but for lesser games you can often buy tickets about a week before the game at the stadium shop or in the club shop in the Larios shopping centre in Malaga. If any tickets remain on the day of the match they will go on sale at the stadium shop.
Malaga Football Fixtures 2016/17
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Malaga Kick-Off Times
Most Malaga matches kick-off at some time on Sunday evening although officially there could be matches on the Saturday night or on the very odd occasion on a Monday evening. Midweek fixtures are mainly on a Wednesday with the Tuesday and Thursday also an outside possibility. The Liga de Fútbol Profesional Website confirms kick-off day and time just over a week before the game. Otherwise just check the Málaga Club de Fútbol website for updates.
Getting to La Rosaleda Stadium
The Malaga football stadium lies less than 3km from the Álameda Principal in the city centre. It’s only a short distance off the MA-20 road through Malaga (see map below) so is easily accessible from the resorts of the Costa del Sol. Parking is the shopping centre next to the stadium is a possibility but getting away aftervthe match takes ages. There is some street parking but local police have a ball issuing tickets at some matches. It’s easier (and allows you to have a beer) to either book a seat on a coach being with the Malaga Supporters Club who are mainly British ex-pats who live on the Costa del Sol and follow Malaga CF. Otherwise get the train to Malaga which stops at Málaga Centro-Álameda and you can walk to the stadium in about 15 minutes. The number 17 bus from the Álameda Principal also goes to the stadium.
La Rosaleda Stadium Plan
Just check out the following map of the stadium to help you decide where you’d prefer sit before ordering tickets.
Ticket Orders, Collections and Deliveries
As already mentioned above you can often get hold of tickets for matches against mid and lower league opposition during the week leading upto the match or on the gate on the day of the game. However, if you want to be sure of getting into matches against the top teams or simply prefer to have your tickets guaranteed before travelling then order them from our ticket partner. Transactions are securely processed and you’ll be given options during the booking process as to how you prefer to get your tickets once you’re in Spain.