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Football packages to Real Madrid

Compare football packages with Real Madrid CF

Do you want to go on a football trip to Real Madrid matches? On this page we have gathered all leading companies that offer tickets and packages with the club. If you want to see players like Christiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Sergio Ramos in the 2018/2019 season, it is the time to start planning. We list prices fot everything from ticket vendors and travel agencies, so you can buy the one that suits your needs best.

How to buy a football trip to Real Madrid matches?

Decide if you want to buy a package trip where everything is included, that means the ticket, hotel and airline tickets. Alternatively, you can only buy a ticket and arrange the rest on your own. Experience the mighty atmosphere that is found at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium when more than 80,000 cheer for their team. For some matches, the tickets are especially sought after, especially the one against the biggest rival FC Barcelona, ??but also against Atletico Madrid.

Stadium Tour and Museum - for the true supporter

Stroll in the game tunnel, sit on the bench and gaze over the grass. Visit dressing room, press room and much more. Read about the club's history and why not buy a souvenir from the shop.

Buy Real Madrid tickets or a complete football trip?

Check out the club's website if tickets are available and sometimes you can buy directly from there. However, depending on the resistance and how it fits, you may also buy tickets from any of the ticket companies we list on this site. If you are looking for a package, then you can turn to one of the travel agencies listed under the package categories. No matter which company you choose, you will

Fixtures 2022 | 2023

10

aug

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Frankfurt

Santiago Bernabéu

Super Cup

fr 779 €

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14

aug

2022

Almeria

vs

Real Madrid

La Liga

fr €

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21

aug

2022

Celta Vigo

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio Municipal de Balaídos

La Liga

fr €

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28

aug

2022

Espanyol

vs

Real Madrid

RCDE Stadium

La Liga

fr €

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4

sep

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Real Betis

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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11

sep

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Mallorca

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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18

sep

2022

Atletico Madrid

vs

Real Madrid

Wanda Metropolitano

La Liga

fr 239 €

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2

oct

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Osasuna

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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9

oct

2022

Getafe

vs

Real Madrid

Coliseum Alfonso Perez

La Liga

fr €

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16

oct

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Barcelona

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 515 €

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19

oct

2022

Elche

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero

La Liga

fr €

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23

oct

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Sevilla

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 131 €

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30

oct

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Girona

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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6

nov

2022

Rayo Vallecano

vs

Real Madrid

Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas

La Liga

fr €

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9

nov

2022

Real Madrid

vs

Cadiz

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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31

dec

2022

Real Valladolid

vs

Real Madrid

José Zorrilla Stadium

La Liga

fr €

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8

jan

2023

Villarreal

vs

Real Madrid

El Madrigal

La Liga

fr €

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14

jan

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Valencia

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 131 €

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22

jan

2023

Athletic Bilbao

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio San Mamés

La Liga

fr €

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29

jan

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Real Sociedad

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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5

feb

2023

Mallorca

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio Son Moix

La Liga

fr €

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12

feb

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Elche

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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19

feb

2023

Osasuna

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio El Sadar

La Liga

fr €

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26

feb

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Atletico Madrid

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 215 €

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5

march

2023

Real Betis

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio Benito Villamarín

La Liga

fr 215 €

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12

march

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Espanyol

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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19

march

2023

Barcelona

vs

Real Madrid

Camp Nou

La Liga

fr 419 €

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2

april

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Real Valladolid

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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9

april

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Villarreal

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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16

april

2023

Cadiz

vs

Real Madrid

Nuevo Estadio Ramon de Carranza

La Liga

fr €

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23

april

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Celta Vigo

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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26

april

2023

Girona

vs

Real Madrid

Estadi Montilivi

La Liga

fr €

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30

april

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Almeria

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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3

may

2023

Real Sociedad

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio Anoeta

La Liga

fr €

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14

may

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Getafe

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 119 €

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21

may

2023

Valencia

vs

Real Madrid

Estadi Ciutat de València

La Liga

fr €

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24

may

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Rayo Vallecano

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 107 €

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28

may

2023

Sevilla

vs

Real Madrid

Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán

La Liga

fr €

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4

june

2023

Real Madrid

vs

Athletic Bilbao

Santiago Bernabéu

La Liga

fr 155 €

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About football packages with Real Madrid

Real Madrid is the second most victorious football club in the world. Only Scottish Glasgow Rangers has more titles. It can, however, be said that Real Madrid has earned a few more heavier titles throughout the years. Los Blancos or Los Merengues, as Real Madrid is often called, is an institution in the world of football.

Game tickets for Real Madrid can be bought on the internet, over the phone or in person at the stadium. Since you have to make your way to Madrid and also have somewhere to sleep anyway, it might be a good decision to book game tickets in a package with flights and hotel, or just a hotel.

Real Madrid was awarded its royal status (real means royal in Spanish) in the year 1920 by King Alfonso the 13th of Spain. The club was founded way back in 1902. Real Madrid has played in the Spanish top division since the founding of the series system, and has won everything there is to win. With 32 League titles, 18 wins in the Spanish League and nine wins in the European Cup/Champions League, Real Madrid is in a class of its own in both Spain and Europe.

Other things to do in Madrid

Madrid, the capital of Spain, has something for everyone. Madrid is a city teeming with life. Don’t miss taking a stroll through the city’s enormous parks and botanical gardens. A visit to the art museum Prado is also recommended. Other than that, the main interest of the citizens of Madrid is to go out on the town to get something to eat and drink.

Briefly about Santigo Bernabéu

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu is the third largest football stadium in Europe. Only Camp Nou in Barcelona and Wembley in London are bigger. At Santiago Bernabéu you can watch one of the world’s most merited teams – Real Madrid.

Santiago Bernabéu was opened in 1947 under the name Nuevo Estadio Chamartín. The spectator capacity was then 75,000. Any official attendance record is nowhere to be found, but one can assume that a fair amount more than 100,000 spectators have at some point seen a game at the stadium, since the capacity has been over 100,000 during several periods in history. Today the stadium has a capacity of 85,454 seated people.

Real Madrid hasn’t always played at Santiago Bernabéu. During the club’s first decades they initially played at Campo De O’Donnel, and later at Campo Chamartín. At the beginning of the 1940’s, however, the then president decided that a new stadium was to be built. The president wanted the new stadium to be able to welcome 100,000 spectators, but he eventually had to settle with a capacity of 75,000.

In 1944 they tore down the old Campo Chamartín and started the construction of Nuevo Estadio Chamartín. In December of 1947, it was finished.

In the 1950’s the capacity of the stadium was increased to 125,000 spectators, and at the same time they changed its name to honor president Bernabéu.

Of course, the stadium has undergone great changes during the years, and not least ahead of the football World Championships in 1982 and 1990. During the 1990’s, Santiago Bernabéu was converted to only offer seats.

Santiago Bernabéu takes up a whole block of central Madrid, but the city’s absolute center is still about four kilometers away. The stadium lies right next to Paseo de la Castellana, which is one of the main passageways in this capital. The stadium is relatively easy to reach by foot, but the best way to get here is to take the subway to the Santiago Bernabéu station (line 10).