Get your Sevilla FC tickets now! You can go to a team’s soccer match once every two weeks if you happen to be traveling to Seville.
The large majority of tickets to attend a Sevilla FC match are available online. Avoid the hassle of box offices. Why waiting in line when you can get them instantly from your computer or device?
The club is one of the major players of the Spanish football league and its supporters ambiance is absolutely impressive. So attending this kind of event is a once in a life experience.
Sevilla FC plays at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, a stadium built in the late 1950s and with a capacity of 42,700 people. To be honest, the premises are fabulous but it’s always the fans that make a Sevilla Fútbol Club game one of the best things you can do in Seville.
This is a detailed and comprehensive guide to help you choose the football tickets that will suit your needs best.
Advice to buy your Sevilla FC tickets
- Check the official calendar of matches and verify that Sevilla FC play at home. As in any other sport event, Sevilla Fútbol Club’s name comes first (e.g. Sevilla FC – Real Madrid FC). The other way round means Sevilla play away.
- The final date and time of the match are confirmed only a few days before.
- A match takes place on a Saturday, Sunday or Monday generally. It’s rare but matches can sometimes take place on weekdays if the calendar is tight due to other official competitions (Copa del Rey, Eurocup, World Cup, or other events).
- Ticket prices vary according to several factors: the importance of the rival, the seat location, the day of the week the match takes place, whether the match is aired on free tv or not, and the competition (Liga, Copa del Rey, Chapions League or Europa League).
- With all these variables in mind, you shouldn’t expect to buy your Sevilla soccer tickets months or even weeks in advance. Unfortunately, because of the calendar’s uncertainty you will only be able to purchase your tickets a few days in advance.
- Nevertheless, Sevilla FC and Real Betis never play at home the same week. In other words, there is a football match every single week in the city. Hence if you don’t mind to attend a match of either club, you always have a chance to get tickets.
- On the ticket, ‘Puerta’ is the door number that you enter, ‘Fila’ is the row, and ‘Número’ is the seat number.
What seats are best at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium?
The Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán is organized as follows:
- Preferencia (West side) that you can access from Calle Sevilla Fútbol Club
- Fondo (East side) located on Calle José Luis de Casso
- Gol Norte (North rear) that you can access from Calle Luis Arenas Ladislao
- Gol Sur (South rear) located on Avenida de Eduardo Dato
The two rears are divided into lower, middle and upper stands. The two sides have lower and upper stands.
These tips will help you select your seats.
- First and most importantly, have a look at the seating chart.
- For obvious reasons, the better the seat, the more expensive it is.
- The best areas in order importance are: Preferencia, Fondo, Gol Sur and Gol Norte.
- The best seats are located on each side of the field, giving you the possibility to have one goal on your left and the other on your right. Among these, those closer to the midfield and in the mid stands are the best ones.
- It may be difficult to get seats to each other for certain matches, particularly those involving strong teams (e.g. Real Madrid CF or FC Barcelona) or their historical rival, Real Betis Balompié. Don’t miss out the experience and try to buy tickets in the same zone, they will be reasonably close to each other.
- The only sheltered areas inside the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium are the Preferencia area and the Tribuna (Fondo, Sur and Norte) backrows. The rest of the seats are uncovered (ie. bring a raincoat or an umbrella if it’s cloudy!).
How can you easily access your seats?
The four areas of the stadium (Preferencia, Fondo, Gol Norte and Gol Sur stands) are identified by different colors (blue, yellow, red and purple respectively), represented by colored bands at the top of the signs. But if you cannot find your way, ask a staff member for directions.
Have a closer look at your ticket so you can get to your seat easily once you enter the stadium.
Your Sevilla FC tickets includes the following information:
Zona (Stand): The main area of the stadium where your seat is.
Puerta (Gate): Gate to get inside the stadium, sectors and seats.
Sector (Sector): Once you have accessed the stadium, go to the sector corresponding to your tickets. Sectors are divided by corridors, so that even numbered seats are on one side and odd numbered seats are on the other.
Each sector is represented by a letter and two figures. The letter corresponds to the stand (P for Preferencia, F for Fondo, N for Gol Norte and S for Gol Sur). The first number indicates the level in which your seats are located. The last one refers to the numbering of the sectors.
Fila (Row): Now find the row where your seat is located. The row is marked on the stairs with a sign.
Asiento (Seat): Finally, look for your number in the row of seats. Remember that the even numbers are on one side and the odd ones on the other. Once you are there, it’s time to live a thrilling football match with thousands of local supporters!