The fans have different ways to go to the Wanda Metropolitano both in private vehicles and on public transport. Our new meeting point is located in the northeast of Madrid, next to the M-40 and in the area of influence of the airport and IFEMA.
The Wanda Metropolitano will feature 4,000 available parking spaces (1,000 inside and 3,000 outside the building) available for the spectators. However, an important number of visitors is also expected to come by other means of transport such as the metro, which is located right beside the building. The train, bus or bicycle lane of section II of the green cycling ring are other options to reach the stadium.
Check this chart to find the one that fits you best. We look forward to seeing you there!
The connections with exit 10 of the M-40 and the A-2 from Avenida Luis Aragonés are just four minutes away from the Wanda Metropolitano. Other options start at Plaza de Grecia, in front of the façade of the stadium with Avenida de Arcentales, Niza Street and Avenida de Canillejas to Vicálvaro as main access and exit routes.
A large part of the fans will arrive at the Wanda Metropolitano by metro. It will be one of the most comfortable options since the facilities will be less than a minute away from one of the largest stations of Madrid (Estadio Metropolitano, line 7).
On the other hand, the stations of Avenida de Guadalajara (line 2), San Blas (line 7), Torre Arias and Suances (line 5) are 25 minutes away on foot.
There are multiple combinations! Fifteen lines of the EMT and 20 intercity lines have stops close to the stadium. The Canillejas transport interchange will be one of the important points of connection with the city centre and the nearby population centres.
|TRAIN||The 'Central Coslada' Cercanías train station (lines C-2 and C-7) is the closest to the Wanda Metropolitano. From it, there is a direct connection with line 7 of the metro, which connects to the facilities in just two stops.|