Get your tickets for our LaLiga match against Eibar! The game is to be played on on Sunday, Sep. 1 at 7 pm. Ticket prices start at 20 euros for club members and 30 euros for the general public.
How to get to the stadium
You can reach the Wanda Metropolitano by car and by public transport. The stadium is located in one of the most important growing areas of Madrid, in the northeast of the city, next to the M-40, near the airport and in the influence area of IFEMA.
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Metro, the option we recommend
We recommend you use the Madrid subway, since it’s the best way to get to the stadium. The closest subway stop is Lines 7’s ‘Estadio Metropolitano’. You can also take Line 2 and get off at ‘Las Rosas’ or Line 5 to ‘Canillejas’, both are about 15 minutes walking distance from the stadium. Moreover, there’s a special bus line that connects Canillejas with Plaza Grecia – which is located in front of the stadium – running since two hours before the game until one hour and 30 minutes after the match is over. See you at our stadium!
For those fans who don’t have the Tarjeta Abono Transporte, we recommend purchasing the return tickets early.
15 EMT bus lines and 20 interurban bus lines access the stadium’s influence area.
If you’re coming with your car on the M-40, you should exit on 9A or Arcentales. On the A-2, you should take exit 8. You can also arrive at the stadium by car through the Avenida de Canillejas and the boulevards of the Las Rosas district.
The parking lots at the Wanda Metropolitano are strictly for those who reserved a spot. Please don’t show up with a car if you don’t have a parking pass.
The stadium has 4,000 available parking spots (1,000 inside and 3,000 outside the stadium) available for club members who have purchased a parking pass.