Spain’s 4-0 destruction of Italy in the final of the European Championships this summer ensures that they will go down in history as one of the greatest football teams of all time. They are the first international team to win three consecutive (major) tournaments having already won the Euros in 2008 and the World Cup in 2010.
Just look at this list of players who started the match against Italy and notice that only one of them plays outside FC Barcelona or Real Madrid:
- Iker Casillas (Real Madrid)
- Jordi Alba (joined FC Barcelona from Valencia after Euros)
- Gerard Pique (FC Barcelona)
- Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)
- Alvaro Arbeloa (Real Madrid)
- Sergio Busquets (FC Barcelona)
- Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid)
- Xavi Hernandez (FC Barcelona)
- Andres Iniesta (FC Barcelona)
- Cesc Fabregas (FC Barcelona)
- David Silva (Manchester City)
If you’d like to see some of these players in action along with other superstars of the game such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo then how about planning a visit to Barcelona or Madrid during the 2012/13 season.
Supercopa de Espana
For an early view of these teams order yourself tickets for one of the “El Clásico” matches which take place in August between FC Barcelona as cup winners and Real Madrid as league winners. These games take place in the Nou Camp Stadium (Barcelona) on August 23rd and in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium (Madrid) on August 30th.
Tickets are available through links on our Spanish Supercup page.
If that’s too soon then consider a visit to these cities during the regular season when they will be going head to head to win the La Liga title. Fixtures for the new season have just been published and are listed below. Please note that most dates refer to the Sunday of the weekend of the match but the game could be played on the Saturday. The Spanish FA only confirms the official day and kick-off time around ten days before matches.
FC Barcelona Fixtures
August 19 — Barcelona v Real Sociedad
September 2 — Barcelona v Valencia
September 23 — Barcelona v Granada
October 7 — Barcelona v Real Madrid
November 4 — Barcelona v Celta Vigo
November 18 — Barcelona v Real Zaragoza
December 2 — Barcelona v Athletic Bilbao
December 16 — Barcelona v Atlético Madrid
January 6 — Barcelona v Espanyol
January 27 — Barcelona v Osasuna
February 10 — Barcelona v Getafe
February 24 — Barcelona v Sevilla FC
March 10 — Barcelona v Deportivo La Coruña
March 17 — Barcelona v Rayo Vallecano
April 7 — Barcelona v Mallorca
April 21 — Barcelona v Levante
May 5 — Barcelona v Real Betis
May 19 — Barcelona v Valladolid
June 1 — Barcelona v Málaga
Ticket information is available at FC Barcelona Tickets.
Real Madrid Fixtures
August 19 — Real Madrid v Valencia
September 2 — Real Madrid v Granada
September 30 — Real Madrid v Deportivo La Coruña
October 21 — Real Madrid v Celta Vigo
November 4 — Real Madrid v Real Zaragoza
November 18 — Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao
December 2 — Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid
December 16 — Real Madrid v Espanyol
January 6 — Real Madrid v Real Sociedad
January 27 — Real Madrid v Getafe
February 10 — Real Madrid v Sevilla
February 17 — Real Madrid v Rayo Vallecano
March 3 — Real Madrid v Barcelona
March 17 — Real Madrid v Mallorca
April 7 — Real Madrid v Levante
April 21 — Real Madrid v Real Betis
May 19 — Real Madrid v Malaga
June 1 — Real Madrid v Osasuna
Ticket information is available at Real Madrid Tickets.
More Spanish Football Tickets
In the main football section of our website you’ll also find ticketing information about other matches in La Liga including Valencia, Atletico Madrid, Espanyol, Sevilla, Malaga and Mallorca. Just refer to the appropriate links at Spanish Football Tickets.