The Metropolitano Stadium is the current stadium of the Atlético de Madrid football team.
Metropolitano Stadium info
Originally knowned as ‘La Peineta’ -inaugurated in 1993 and with an original capacity of 20,000- the Atlético de Madrid stadium saw major makeover from 2011 until 2017. It has replaced the Vicente Calderon stadium from the 2017-2018 season onwards as a home ground for Atlético de Madrid’s domestic and European competitions .
Seating Capacity at the Metropolitano Stadium
The Metropolitano stadium, home of ‘Los Colchoneros’, has a seating capacity of 67,829 spectators.
The dimensions of the Metropolitano football ground are 105 x 68m.
Metropolitano Stadium categories
The Metropolitano stadium is one of the largest sporting venues in Europe. The Atlético de Madrid home ground is made of 4 stands : Lateral Este, Lateral Oeste, Fondo Sur and Fondo Norte. It has a total of 4 ticket categories along with numerous VIP Hospitality options.
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The Atlético de Madrid stadium is located in the district of San Blas-Canillejas, in the Spanish capital, Madrid.
Avenida de Luís Aragonés 4
How to access the Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid
The stadium is well connected with public transportation :
The nearest subway station is the stadium’s own metro station “Estadio Metropolitano” on the Line 7. You can also reach the station by bus with lines 38, 140, E2