Compose your football trips to Sevilla FC and experience a match in Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Football trips to Sevilla FC are a must for the true football fan! Football trips to Sevilla FC can be a suprise for the true football fan! The team of top-notch players has been a permanent fixture in Spain’s La Liga for many years. And since 2006, Sevilla FC has won the UEFA Cup/Europa League no less than four times – a considerable achievement. Same too in 2007, when Sevilla FC won against the national champions Real Madrid!
The team that plays at home in a white strip, is nicknamed Los Hispalenses, after the old name for the city. And due to their recent success, the club is more popular than ever. Want to experience a football trip where you’re almost certain the team will win? A match featuring Sevilla FC will be a memorable one!
The city Sevilla
Seville (the English name for Sevilla) in Andalucia is a beautiful city to visit during your football trip! Did you know that the old town has the largest historic centre in Europe? Major draws include the Alcázar, the oldest royal palace still in use and a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the Torre del Oro (Tower of Gold), a 13th-century military watchtower. Lovers of arts and culture can really indulge themselves here: Andalusia is the region which gave birth to flamenco!
It’s normal for Sevillians to eat warm meals twice a day. And there are plenty of restaurants, bars and cafés where you can sample the local cuisine. Charming shopping streets and markets can be found throughout the city. And even the stadium has a large shopping centre next door, where you can enjoy the ‘couleur locale’.
Because of its location in the south of Spain, Sevilla gets really hot during the summer. However, during football season, the climate is very pleasant. So we can warmly recommend a football trip to Seville!
The Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium
Sevilla FC’s stadium is named Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán and is one of the largest stadiums in Spain. When it was built in 1958, it had a capacity for 75,000 spectators, including standing room
During the 1982 FIFA World Cup, two games drew 68,000 spectators into the stadium. However since its renovation in 1997, when the standing room was converted into seats, it has space for 45,500 spectators.
Your football trip to this impression stadium will definitely be worth the effort.