Most clubs start the sale of tickets (either at a ticket office adjacent to their ground or from their offices) several days before every home match. With some clubs it is possible to reserve tickets by telephone or purchase them on-line.
Generally, you can expect to find tickets on the match day, but for more popular fixtures you may have to join the queue when they first come on sale. For certain matches, such as Real Madrid v Barcelona, tickets may not be available for general sale.
Ticket offices tend to close for lunch, but normally stays open all day on the match day.
The following information has been supplied to us by the clubs, however, we cannot assume responsibility for its accuracy. For further queries, please contact the clubs directly.
|Club||Ticket office||Telephone booking||Advance on-line booking|
|Almería||From 2-3 days before match|
|Athletic Bilbao||3 days before|
|Atlético Madrid||1 day before||http://www.servicaixa.com|
|Barcelona||Up to 1 month before||https://entrades.fcbarcelona.cat/web/en/entrades.html http://www.servicaixa.com|
|Betis||1 day before|
|Deportivo||7 days before|
|Getafe||7 days before|
|Málaga||5-6 days before|
|Mallorca||2 weeks before|
|Numancia||5 days before|
|Osasuna||4 days before|
|Racing Santander||3 days before|
|Real Madrid||From Monday||902 324 324||http://www.servicaixa.com|
|Recreativo||Match day only|
|Sevilla||5 days before|
|Sporting||2-3 days before|
|Valladolid||From Thursday (From Monday for important fixtures)||983 360 342
Group bookings only
Max. 5 tickets
|Villarreal||964 500 250|
Warning! - It is illegal to sell tickets on the black market in Spain. A ticket issued to a season ticket holder for certain non-league matches may not be valid unless accompanied by a club membership card at the gate. So if you are offered tickets, make sure they are genuine as well as not restricted to members only.