Real Madrid vs Barcelona: How much do tickets cost for El Clásico?
Tickets for the biggest rivalry in soccer won’t come cheap. Getting a seat at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium in Madrid will cost fans a pretty penny.
Real Madrid and Barcelona are the two most valuable soccer clubs in the world with some of the best players with the highest salaries in the game. Fans who want to watch these two giants compete in Madrid on Oct. 16 will have to dig deep to pay for some of the most expensive tickets in the Spanish soccer league LaLiga.
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The game transcends the definition of a common sports rivalry because it’s not only about sport. El Clásico is a political and historical rivalry as well. It’s about different lifestyles, different languages and different cultures and has had its share of controversial events over the years. The first El Clásico this season takes place in Spain’s capital so Real Madrid will have the advantage of playing at home in front of its loyal fans. The atmosphere in and around the stadium will be electric and for diehard soccer fans it’s a dream come true to watch these two teams battle.
For fans that happen to be in Spain on Sunday and want to see Carlos Ancelotti’s team take on their Catalan rivals from Barcelona, they can still get tickets to watch the game at the Bernabéu stadium. Several online ticket sites offer seats at prices ranging from €380 to €880 euros to watch the biggest club game in the world.
As of Friday evening, less than 48 hours before kick off, no tickets were available on Real Madrid’s official website, but information is available for ticket prices for those who were lucky enough to get one. Prices range from €125 for the general seats to €410:
Hospitality tickets are listed online starting at €1,200 for the Silver Club and Silver Club 2nd Tier and €1,600 for VIP tickets in the Lower East Side Stand.
So, except for the over 80,000 fans who will be supporting their team at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium on Sunday, the rest of the world will have to follow the action on TV or online. You will be able to check out live commentary here at AS USA starting at 10:15 ET in the US. Check the link to our article on how to watch the game or check out the Barça link below for times around the world:
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