Over the past decade Seville has become a destination for travelling football fans thanks largely to Sevilla FC’s achievement of winning a record four UEFA Europa Leagues including last season’s victory over Dnipro. Domestically they continue to compete for a top four finish having been 5th in the last two seasons. This season they’ll be hoping to go one step further in La Liga and to be a force in the Champions League.
Sevilla Fútbol Club play at the 45,500 Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium located in the heart of this beautiful Andalucian city. The stadium has a certain fame in Spain as it has proven to be a fortress for the national team who have never lost a game there. You can buy Seville football tickets for most matches in the club shop on matchday or in the few days before the game. Matches against FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and city rivals Real Betis are the ones most likely to sell out though Betis were relegated from La Liga at the end of last season. If you’re in town a few days early check the club website to see what times tickets go on sale on the days preceeding the match. You can also pick up tickets at the reseller offices found on C/Tetuan, usually at 20% above face value.
If you prefer to order tickets before travelling take a look at the Ticketbureau website for all La Liga and European matches. Tickets can be delivered to your hotel in Seville.
Getting to the Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium
The Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán lies just 4km east of Seville’s emblematic Cathedral so it’s easy to get to on foot. However, if you’d like to really travel in style you should hire a horse drawn carriage to the match. I’ll never forget the site of hundreds of Liverpool fans heading up to the Real Betis stadium a few years ago for a Champions League clash travelling in these carriages. A more conventional approach would be to go by Metro to Nervión station. There’s only one line.
Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium Plan
The following stadium map will give you some idea where you’d like to sit before you order tickets.
Sevilla FC Kick-Off Times
If you’re planning on visiting Seville to watch a game just make sure you are there on Saturday and Sunday evenings as most games will take place at those times. Confirmation of the day and time of matches isn’t made until approximately 7 to 10 days before games. There are a few midweek games scheduled this season and the occasional Monday night TV game but in most cases you’ll be fine if you allow for Saturday and Sunday. The Spanish Football Association website is the first place that official kick-off times are listed closely followed by the official Sevilla Fútbol Club site.
Seville Ticket Orders, Collections and Deliveries
If you decide to order tickets in advance from our ticket partner they will be delivered to any hotel in Seville that you specify provided there is a full time reception. The same applies to apartments and hostels. Our partner in providing all tickets for La Liga is a Spanish agency called Ticketbureau who we have been working with since 1998 in providing football experiences in Spain for thousands of visiting fans.