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Book your complete football trip to Real Madrid, easily customised. Select which match, hotel and seat conveniently in one place. No booking fees.

Attend a Real Madrid in the renowned Santiago Bernabéu stadium. A football trip to Real Madrid is a memory you’ll cherish. Santiago Bernabéu offers seating for 81,044 spectators. Real Madrid was selected by UEFA as the best club of the twentieth century. In 2020, they were in third place behind Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona. Marvel at players such as Benzema, Modric and Kroos during your football trip. Aside from the Champions League matches, the derby against fellow Madrileño Atlético Madrid is also something to look forward to. Real Madrid’s major rival is FC Barcelona. There’s an annual blowout during these match ups known as “El Clásico”. 

Madrid is the perfect destination for a city break. Make the most of the amazing weather and the inviting outdoor bars.

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Everything you need to know about your football trip to Madrid

To ensure your football trip to Real Madrid goes as particularly smoothly as possible, here we have our top tips for you. From insider tips on Santiago Bernabéu football stadium, to great advice on exploring the global city of Madrid.

  • Information about Santiago Bernabéu, route & tips
  • Information about Real Madrid
  • What to do in Madrid

Real Madrid’s stadium, Santiago Bernabéu

Santiago Bernabeu stadium Madrid

Ever since 1947, Santiago Bernabéu has been the stadium where “Los Blancos” have played their home games. At 81,044, it’s the second largest stadium in Spain: only Camp Nou is bigger. The stadium is currently undergoing a makeover, with a new roof on its way that can open and close. The venue is named after Santiago Bernabéu de Yeste, who was first a Real Madrid player and went on to spend thirty-five years as its president. With him at the helm Real Madrid burgeoned into a top international club. It is of course possible to take a stadium tour during your football trip to Real Madrid. Read more about this below.

How to get to the Santiago Bernabéu?

The stadium is found in the northern district of Chamartín, and is easy to reach by public transport. As with several other stadiums, we advise against getting there by car. Parking spaces are few and far between.

By Metro

This is the easiest way to get to the stadium, with line 10 (dark blue) stops right there. This connection runs through the centre, and is the quickest way of reaching the stadium. Get off at Tribunal or Plaza de España. Buy a ten-journey ticket. This is of obviously cheaper, and a great deal easier than continually buying separate tickets.

Santiago Bernabéu address details
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
Av. de Concha Espina, 1, 28036 Madrid, Spain

By bus

The stadium can also be reached by bus, using the following lines. 14, 27 40, 43, 120, 126, 147 and 150.

By Taxi

Taxis are also a good way of getting to the stadium. Be sure to set off well in advance on match days, when the highway to the stadium is extremely busy.

Santiago Bernabéu plan

The sides in Santiago Bernabéu Stadium are:

  • Fondo Nord, or the north end This is the supporters’ section.
  • Lateral Este, the east side. This entire side was renovated between 2001 and 2006.
  • Lateral Oeste, the east side. This is right on the avenue. 
  • Fondo Sur, the south end. This is the atmospheric section for Real Madrid supporters.

All of these sides are subdivided into four different categories (and two additional VIP categories).

Stadium map Real Madrid

Have you booked a trip to Real Madrid?

Have you booked a trip to Real Madrid? We will always try to seat you together, but this may not always be the case. Bookings for even-numbered attendees will always be seated in a minimum of pairs. This is guaranteed. In case of an odd number of attendees, for example, 3 people, we guarantee that 2 tickets are seated together and the 3rd will be located nearby.  *Subject to availability.

Football tickets for Real Madrid

Experience the thrill of watching Real Madrid live at Santiago Bernabéu with Football Break. Your top choice for exclusive football experiences. Football break offers Real Madrid tickets in combination with flights and hotel bookings, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable trip.

By choosing our 100% certified official tickets, you eliminate the risk of encountering unexpected issues that may arise from unauthorised sources. These official tickets not only ensure your entry into the Santiago Bernabéu but also provide peace of mind, knowing that your football break is backed by the endorsement of reliable channels.

What does the Real Madrid football ticket package include?

Real Madrid tickets, hotel and flight package

The complete package for a football adventure in Madrid. Certified tickets, flights and an accommodation of your choice. Immerse yourself in the spirit of Madrid and travel seamlessly with our bundled hotel and flight offerings.

Sit together at the Santiago Bernabeu

Experience the matchday magic with friends or family as Football Break guarantees that when you purchase tickets for three (?)  people, you will be seated together. Share the excitement as you cheer for Real Madrid side by side at Santiago Bernabéu.

Certified official Real Madrid tickets

Trust the authenticity of your tickets with Football Break. Our tickets are certified original, ensuring a legitimate entry into the Santiago Bernabéu stadium for an authentic Real Madrid experience.

FAQ Real Madrid tickets

How do I purchase Real Madrid tickets?

Tickets for Real Madrid are included in our package deal. You can easily buy Real Madrid tickets on this website in four simple clicks. We do not sell tickets apart from the package deal.

What does a ticket for Real Madrid cost?

In general you can divide Real Madrid tickets into 3 categories.

  • General Seating: €30 to €80 for standard matches

  • Mid-Tier Seats: €80 to €120 for standard matches

  • Premium Seating/VIP: €120 and above for standard matches

Prices can significantly increase for high-profile matches or special events.

Can I customise my Real Madrid ticket package?

Absolutely! During the booking process, you have the option to customise your package by selecting your preferred tickets, hotel and flight options. Tailor your experience to match your preferences.

How do I receive my Real Madrid tickets?

Your tickets will be delivered electronically via email. This will be approximately 24 hours before the start of the match. Simply display the digital version on your mobile device for entry to the stadium.

What happens if the match date changes or is cancelled?

In the event of a rescheduled match, your tickets will remain valid for the new date. If a match is cancelled, Football Break will work with you to provide suitable alternatives or a refund.

Real Madrid football tickets: how to know where you’re sitting?

The football trip to Real Madrid is book, and you’ve got your tickets! We’ll be happy to explain how to find your seat.

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First, check which side you’re sitting on. Then you’ll see the gate (puerta) where you enter the stadium. After this, look for your Vomitorio: this is the name of a number of sections together. Once here, look at which specific section and which seat you’re sitting in.

Puerta = gate (stadium entrance)

Vomitorio = Number of sections together

Sector = Section you’re sitting in

Fila = Row number

Asiento = Seat number

Santiago Bernabeu stadium tour

No football trip to Madrid is complete without a stadium tour. There are a number of different options to choose from. The cost of a tour varies between €20 and €30. 

Classic tour
On this tour, you have a guide taking your around the various sights. These feature the players’ tunnel and taking a peek in the “presidential skybox”, and obviously include the trophy cabinet. There’s also a walk around the pitch, the Real Madrid museum and the press room. 

Reserve your tickets online well in advance. The groups are of thirty people, and can get full up. 

Mondays to Saturdays at 10.30, 12.30, 15.30 and 17.30
Sundays at 11.00, 13.00, 15.00 and 17.00

Stadium tour Santiago Bernabeu during football break

Snacks and drinks close to Santiago Bernabéu

It’s match day! There are plenty of great spots around Santiago Bernabéu for having a drink and a bite to eat. These places really top off football trip to Real Madrid.

Puerta 57 Real Madrid

Puerta 57

If the ultimate football-trip dinner experience sounds good, book a table in Santiago Bernabéu with views over the pitch. The prices are reasonable, and are between €30 and €50. Eating here is something you’ll never forget; and is ideal for combining with a stadium tour. Reserving in advance is compulsory. If arriving on a match day, be sure to check the opening times.

Real Cafe Bernabeu

Realcafé Bernabéu

This bar is also in the stadium. This is the place to come for a drink and spectacular views over the pitch, and is slightly less formal than the restaurant section. This bar consists of two floors: above you have a glass wall eighty metres in length, where you can relax and order a drink.

Information about Real Madrid

Real Madrid is of course one of the largest and most recognisable teams in the world. Not just in football, but in all sports. The club was founded in 1902, known as Madrid Football Club at that time. In 1920, the then King Alfonso bestowed the name Real (Royal), and the crown was added to the logo. 

Real Madrid’s most significant rivals are FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid, with “El Clásico” in particular being a match that fans of Los Blancos look forward to the most. The derby against Atlético is also absolutely worth attending.

Real Madrid kit

Los Blancos (the Whites): the name says it all. Ever since the club was founded, Real Madrid has – apart from one season – played its matches in white. The only year this wasn’t the case was in 1925, when they were wearing black shorts. This was because they’d seen Corinthian FC playing in this stylish combination during a tour of England. That fortunately only lasted a year.

With their away kits, Madrid often attempts to include blue or purple, as a reference to the stripe in the logo. 

The Real Madrid logo

Real Madrid’s very first logo was extremely simple, consisting of its initials only: MFC, Madrid Football Club. Despite its change of name in 1920, Real retained the initials in the logo.

The crown was removed from the logo in 1931, due to the political turmoil in Spain. The logo was given a purple stripe: standing for the Castile region. The crown was to return in 1941 – two years after the civil war – and the purple stripe remained. The purple stripe was made slightly bluer in 2001, and this is the logo we know today.

Reao Madrid logo

What to do in Madrid?

Madrid is not only the city of Real, but also the beautiful capital of Spain. There is plenty to do and see outside the stadium during your football trip to Real Madrid.

Parque del buen retiro Madrid

Parque del Buen Retiro

This park has long belonged to the Royal Family, but is now open to everyone. A wonderful, huge park in the very heart of Madrid. Unquestionably worth a visit.

La Fontana de Oro Madrid

La Fontana de Oro

An Irish sports pub, albeit in an entirely Spanish style. Here you can enjoy tapas and a drink, and watch sports games. The place to come for the international atmosphere and Spanish charm.

El Rincon Madrid

Toñin El Torero Local

Don’t walk into here wearing an Atletico Madrid shirt! This compact bar is all about Real Madrid; located on the outskirts, and is ridiculously inexpensive!

La Latina Madrid

La Latina, wijk

This charming, vibrant district is not to be missed during your football trip. This place is packed with restaurants and bars, with all kinds of different markets there on Sundays. Perfect for an afternoon browse.

FAQs about Football Trips to Real Madrid

Where is the best place to book football trips to watch Real Madrid?

Footballbreak.co.uk is the best place to book football trips to Real Madrid. Our platform lets you customise your trip by:

  • Providing a long list of matches to choose from.
  • Giving you full control over where you sit in the stadium.
  • Helping you choose the best hotel for your needs.
  • Selecting the airline and flight that will take you to your destination.

How much are Real Madrid CF Match tickets?

Normally, La Liga, tickets go from €70 to €150. You can also find some cheap tickets at €50 and some premium tickets over €220. Champions League tickets are more expensive and change a lot depending on the opponent and the stage of the tournament. The average ticket price of a group stage match is around 100€, but it can increase depending on the venue.

Can I visit the Real Madrid Stadium (Santiago Bernabeu)?

Yes, the Santiago Bernabeu is open for the tours daily from 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM. On Sundays and holidays, hours may vary. It is important to know that the ticket office closes between 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM. On matchdays, the tour is available until five hours before kick-off. After that, the only areas open to visitors is the museum and the panoramic view of the Stadium.

Why is Real Madrid’s stadium called the Santiago Bernabeu?

It is called Santiago Bernabeu in honour of the president of the club at that time. This was decided in the General Assembly of Members Compromisaros in 1955.

How much does a tour ticket cost at Santiago Bernabeu?

Normally, a ticket costs €25. The price varies based on whether you buy your ticket online or at the ticket office. There are also some tours that have more extras, which could push the price to €80.

What are the Santiago Bernabeu ticket categories?

Real Madrid has four main ticket categories:

  • Third category tickets are the farthest from the pitch, and seats are situated on the short side.
  • Second category tickets offer places on the short and long side.
  • First category tickets are on the long side or in the corner of the stadium.
  • VIP tickets on the long side near the pitch. You have two VIP options: VIP platinum or VIP platinum plus.


9.2 125 Reviews

Real Madrid - RCD Espanyol
10 Superb

This is the second time I’ve used football break and this was as excellent a service as the first time, the flight was quick and comfortable and using the metro from the airport is really easy and used it all the weekend. The hotel is modern very clean friendly helpful staff room cleaned everyday and is a great location for everything in Madrid, the Spanish fans of Real Madrid are really friendly and the atmosphere is electric. Booking with football break is so easy and will continue to use them in the future.


Tip: Other than the 2 football teams to watch in Madrid this city is one of the most stunning vibrant cities I’ve been too, please use the open top buses to see the sites they have 2 routes and it’s the best way to see the sites and if you see something you like you can get off and explore and then get back on and carry on they run till 10pm so you can tour Madrid at night all lit up it looks completely different. The royal palace and the parque de Madrid are stunning places to walk around the park is huge with loads of places to grab a drink, food and relax. Madrid is stunning with a street upon street of bars and restaurants I think if you lived there for the next century you’d struggle to eat and drink at every bar and cafe or restaurant.

Real Madrid - RCD Espanyol
11 March 2023
Real Madrid - Real Betis
9.3 Superb

All very smooth and professionally organised. Made it stress free.


Tip: Get there early for the stadium tour as 30 min queues regardless of when you turn up or if you have booked a time slot. You just join the back of the queue.


Millican, P., 3 persons
Real Madrid - Real Betis
4 September 2022
Real Madrid - Real Sociedad
9.3 Superb

What a weekend! We booked via football break to go to Madrid and take my son watch Real Madrid (his favourite team) against Real Sociedad and it was just brilliant! Hotel was great, seats at the Stadium were amazing and they won 4-1! Such brilliant memories and lovely to see the city at the same time. Thank you! ⚽️


Tip:  Make sure you go! We were due to go 2 years ago but due to Covid it meant we went this month and it was worth the wait! Pay a bit extra to get the best stadium seats - we did and so glad we did!


Barker J, 3 Persons
Real Madrid - Real Sociedad
6 March 2022
Real Madrid - Celta de Vigo
10 Superb

From initial recommendation to final flight home everything went so smoothly. All staff at footballbreak.co.uk were very helpful and made everything so simple!


Tip: Very easy to reach stadium by underground .


Anonymous, 4 persons
Real Madrid - Celta de Vigo
16 February 2020
Real Madrid - Real Sociedad
10 Superb

The whole package was excellent. Flights were fine, the Hotel was well located in Madrid and our seats for the game had a great view.


Tip: If you do a stadium tour, book online and this will save you having to queue up and buy your tickets (very long queue when we visited) but we walked straight in!

K. Welch, 2 persons
Real Madrid - Real Sociedad
24 November 2019
Real Madrid - Valencia CF
10 Superb

Start to finish the trip was fully planned by football breaks I literally had to just check in and enjoy

tipHave a city map there’s a lot to see

L. Rose, 1 person
Real Madrid - Valencia CF
1 December 2018
Real Madrid - Girona FC
9.3 Superb

On the whole the package was as advertised


Anonymous, 4 persons
Real Madrid - Girona FC
18 March 2018
Real Madrid - Atlético Madrid
9.7 Superb

1st class service - totally worth booking trips for football matches through yourselves. The atmosphere was electric in the stadium and the seats were amazing. Hotel was nice - however on arrival the guy at reception was totally rude which did not start our weekend very well. However once he left cannot fault the other staff within the hotel. Very central and close for everything. The service from our rep - Rebecca was excellent, left nothing to chance and we were confident all would be in place for our trip. As this was for our sons 21st.

Tip: would recommend getting the stadium tour tickets before you go and take Route 2 hop on hop off bus to get there. We took a 2 day ticket and was able to do the tour the day before the game and then took the bus to the game the next day. The queues were long for tour tickets. Well worth the money.

C. Thomas, 3 persons
Real Madrid - Atlético Madrid
8 April 2017
Real Madrid - Sevilla FC
9.3 Superb

Overall I can safely say that I was extremely pleased with the service and package I received from footballbreak.co.uk From choosing the hotel to the match (Real Madrid v Sevilla VIP Tickets) I was eased through the process and everything was taken care of. I arrived at the hotel and my tickets were there. Simple and no hassle. What else do you need when going on holiday? Madrid is a beautiful city albeit we had poor weather and The Bernabeu is simply amazing as is the atmosphere. We were also treated to 4 goals and majestic Ronaldo! In short - I would 110% book again!

Tip: Please check the weather as it can get cold and wet! 4 nights is probably just about right and don't underestimate the Metro system. So easy and cheap! The stadium is only a few stops from the City Centre!

Aamir Ali & Aneesa Saleem from Glasgow
Real Madrid - Sevilla FC
20 March 2016
Real Madrid - Sporting Gijón
10 Superb

We recently visited to Real Madrid vs Sporting Gijon. I think the total package was an amazing bargain. We paid for flights, hotel and tickets around £200. The Bernabeau was amazing. We had pitchside seats and the game was amazing. We received amazing service as it was my 21st. I would highly recommend Madrid, it is a lovely city with amazing sights.

Tip: Utilise the metro! It's super cheap and easy to use!

James Reid from Swindon, 8 persons
Real Madrid - Sporting Gijón
17 January 2016