Football Stadiums and Sports Cities

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If you are in Madrid, don’t think twice about visiting the stadiums and museums of one of the cities with the most football culture and atmosphere. Discover the new  Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, visit the legendary Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and its Trophy Room, recall the history of the national side at the Museum of the Spanish National Team in the Las Rozas Football City, without forgetting the  Vallecas or the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez grounds, all of which boast a great deal of history and are in use in the highest level of Spanish football. Neither are the fields where the four women's teams in the top category Atletico de Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, Madrid CFF and Club Deportivo Tacon play their matches.

 

Discover all of the secrets of the Atlético de Madrid stadium, which will host the final of the Champions League in June! (Fri, Sat, Sun and Public Hols, provided that it is not a match day).

The changing rooms, the Trophy Room... the Bernabéu Tour enables you to discover the corners of the legendary stadium. Open every day of the year, except 25 Dec and 1 Jan!

Atlético de Madrid’s former stadium is on its last legs.  

Home to Getafe Football Club, it was opened in1998 and is named after the famous former footballer from Getafe.  

Home to the Leganés local football team where many musical events are also held.

The ground of one of Madrid’s historic football teams is an icon of the Vallecas neighbourhood.

Training ground for Atlético de Madrid, located in Majadahonda.

Rayo Vallecano sports city, where the female team plays its matches.

A space has been reserved for the national side at the Las Rozas Sports City to recall its football glories.

Real Madrid sports centre, the largest created by a football club.

Atlético de Madrid’s new sporting facilities, where the club’s women’s first team plays.

Football stadium for the Agrupación Deportiva Alcorcón, where other cultural events are also held.

The Women's Football Club of Madrid (Madrid Club Femenino de Fútbol CFF) plays its matches in this sports centre, the headquarters of UD Sanse, located in Avenida Matapiñonera w/o, San Sebastián de los Reyes.

Located in Getafe, close to the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez and occupying an area of 70,000 m², this sport city is the training ground and academy base of the Spanish football club, Getafe CF.

Located in Fuenlabrada and opened in 2011, CF Fuenlabrada plays its matches in this stadium. It has had a capacity for 6,000 people since the team was promoted to the second division (La Liga SmartBank).

Opened in 2017, this is the training centre for CD Leganés. It has a capacity of 1,756 seats and is the home ground for league matches of the reserve team and the Youth A team.

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