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Wanda Metropolitano TicketsWanda Metropolitano is located in Madrid, the capital of Spain, and was officially opened in 1994. It has been nicknamed La Peineta (The Comb) due to the oval shape of its single-side tier stadium. In 2004, it closed for renovations and reopened in 2017 with the redesign focusing on the comfort and safety of spectators and providing a close, personal experience in the arrangement of its stands. It has been the home stadium of club AtlŽtico Madrid since the 2017-18 season. The stadium was previously known as Estadio de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid Community Stadium) and Estadio Ol’mpico de Madrid (Madrid Olympic Stadium) until the Wanda group, a Chinese real estate company, acquired the naming rights. Wanda Metropolitano's signature event was the 2017-18 La Liga match between AtlŽtico Madrid and M‡laga CF, which King Felipe VI of Spain attended. Besides sporting events, the venue also hosts concerts, business meetings and celebrations. StubHub is your ticket source for Wanda Metropolitano events.
What is the Wanda Metropolitano seating capacity?The original venue pre-2004 had a seating capacity of 20,000 and re-opened in 2017 with an expanded capacity of 67,829.
Is there on-site parking?There are 4,000 reserved parking spaces available with 1,000 of them located inside the stadium building.
Is Wanda Metropolitano wheelchair-friendly?Yes, the stadium puts a premium on the comfort and safety of its patrons. The new stadium features increased space between rows and is designed to allow easy access for disabled guests.
Is Wanda Metropolitano accessible by public transportation?Yes. By train, you'll travel to the northeast end of Madrid near the Barajas Airport to get to Avenida de Luis AragonŽs. Bus Lines 140, E2, 20, 30 and 40 stop close to the stadium. By car, follow main roads M-201 and E-5; alternately, follow M-40 and exit on Arcentales. If you are arriving from the Bajaras Airport, you may take a metro train from Terminals T2 and T4. Subway users can ride Madrid Lines 7 and 8 until the Estadio Metropolitano stop on Line 7, which is closest to the venue. If you don't mind walking for part of the journey, you may also take Line 2 on the subway and disembark at Las Rosas or take Line 5 and get off at Canillejas. Both these options will drop you off 15 minutes away from the stadium on foot.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?With its location on the outskirts of the city, the venue has a variety of parks nearby where you can take a relaxing stroll before or after your Wanda Metropolitano event. Casa de Campo is the city's largest urban park and was formerly a hunting estate, whereas Perequitos Park is an indoor play park for families. Quinta de Torre Arias has green fields and trees surrounded by stone walls and a gate entrance from Calle de Alcala, while Parque la Quinta de los Molinos has almond trees overlooking a lake. Finally, Parque de el Capricho is a romantic 18th century-style park. If you're looking for a mall with plenty of shopping options, visit Centro Comercial Pleniluno. For bars, Pub Traspies is a neighborhood tapas bar with flamenco shows, and La Cana de Gonzalo is a wine and tapas bar.
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