Head inside Madrid’s Vicente Calderón Stadium with an entrance ticket, and learn all about Atlético de Madrid football (soccer) team on a stadium tour. With a local guide, visit sites such as the changing rooms, pitch, VIP box and press room, and learn about the football club’s history. The entrance ticket also includes access to the stadium museum, home to some 1,000 soccer artifacts. See trophies, shirts, old season tickets and learn about the famous club at your own pace!
Head inside Vicente Calderón Stadium, the home ground of Atlético de Madrid – one of the city’s premier football teams – and then meet your guide for your stadium tour. Founded in 1903, the stadium was originally called Manzanares Stadium but changed its name to Vicente Calderón after one of Atlético de Madrid’s much-respected presidents.
Walk around the pitch, the field where many international games are played, and visit the changing rooms where famous players like Tiago Mendes and Jorge Pulido get ready for games. As you walk, listen to your guide talking about the stadium and also about the football club itself. Hear of famous games and the team's loyal fans, who wear the club’s distinctive red-and-white striped shirts with pride.
Other highlights of your Vicente Calderón Stadium tour include the press room, where journalists gather to get the gossip on games, and the VIP box where dignitaries sit. After 45 minutes exploring the stadium on your tour, bid your guide goodbye and then head inside the stadium museum.
Explore the large exhibition space at leisure, seeing an incredible array of football artifacts – roughly 1,000 in total. Admire trophies, photographs, shirts and a collection of boots, and read up on the history of football in Spain. Old season tickets, flags and miniature model players make up more of the exciting soccer paraphernalia on display.
Your ticket allows you to stay inside the stadium grounds for up to three hours in total. There are several cafes and bars inside, should you feel hungry or need a drink.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- The museum is closed on match days
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- Entrance fee
- Stadium tour
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Open from 11am to 7pm, Tuesday to Sunday
Vicente Calderon Stadium, central Madrid
Concludes at original departure point
Daily except Monday