Atletico Madrid


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Atletico Madrid


Estadio Wanda Metropolitano


Av. de Luis Aragones

4 28022



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Madrid Barajas Airport is Spain's biggest airport and the 4th busiest in Europe, with many direct connections.


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Aubrey Bingham

Match: Atletico v AC Milan

Published: 29/4/2014


Recently attended the Champions League match Atletico Madrid v AC Milan at the Vicente Calderon.  Was able to contact Atletico ticket office by email and pay for the tickets by credit card.  We collected the tickets from the ticket office on the day of the match.

Wheelchair access into the stadium was via a gate right beside the ticket office.

We were in the front row of the main stand, situated just behind the away team dugout, it was an excellent viewing spot (see attached pics)

The atmosphere at the match was electric with the Atletico fans in fine voice and even more so as they went on to win 4-1.

To get to the stadium from Madrid City Centre, we got the metro out to near the park which runs along the banks of the Manizares River and made our way to the stadium along the river side walk which is all wheelchair accessible with a couple of cafes en route if you need refreshments.

After the game we went for a drink nearby to let the crowds die down and then got a taxi back to the city centre which was only 10-12 euros.

Apparently Atletico are moving to a new stadium..........

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