Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan (Sevilla Futbol Club Stadium)

The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan is the Sevilla Futbol Club stadium, and it hosts the matches of one of the city’s football clubs. It was inaugurated in 1958, though major renovations have taken place throughout the years, specially in the mid-90s.

The Sevilla Futbol Club, also known as Sevilla, were founded in 1905 and they are one of the most important sport symbols of Seville. Because of the city’s other club and main rival, the Real Betis Balompie, the city is basically divided in half between Sevilla and Betis fans.

Sevilla FC supporters are popularly known as ‘Palanganas’. You’ll hear them shout songs and chants as soon as you enter the premises. The atmosphere is specially impressive if this is your first time attending a football match.

Don’t miss the areas located behind the goals. The ‘Biris’ are always located at the gol norte, while the ‘Supporters Gol Sur’ are on the opposite side. Both groups always have the initiative when supporting and singing. From time to time, they organize mosaics if the match is a special occasion.

 

How To Buy Sevilla Soccer Tickets

First, have a look at the official calendar of matches and check the dates when Sevilla FC play home. Please bear in mind that the final date and time of the match are confirmed only a few days before. Additionally, note that the match can take place on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday generally. It’s rare but matches can sometimes take place other days of the week due to calendar restrictions.

Then, choose the area of the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan where you would like to seat. Don’t worry, it’s easy looking at the seating chart.

Finally, once you have selected the match and the seat area, purchase it. Avoid the waiting lines and secure your ticket now!

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How To Get To The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan

The stadium is located in the Nervión neighborhood, a residential area not far away from Seville’s city center.

You can get there by

  • Bus catching one of the following lines: B3, B4, C1, C2, 5, 22, 28, 29, 32, 52 and EA (airport bus). Have a look at the Tussam bus map for more information. The stadium is located in the D5 square.
  • Metro taking the line 1 and getting to the Nervión station. From there, it’s a 2-minute walk to the stadium.
  • Foot if you want to go to the stadium right after to arrive to Seville by train. It’s a 10-minute walk from Santa Justa train station following some very simple directions. As soon as you exit the main building, take Avenida de José Laguillo and walk to your left. Reach a big roundabout where you can see a Mediamarkt store and the Hotel Ayre opposite. Keep walking, cross Luis Montoto and walk towards El Corte Inglés – a big department store. Walk along a mall called Nervión Plaza. After a couple of blocks, you reach the stadium.
  • Taxi, though I don’t recommend it unless you have a good sense of direction, and you have some written directions to guide you along the ride.

 

Visit The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium

The Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Tour walks you through the most emblematic areas of the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan stadium. Vist the trophy room, the home team changing room, the press room, and the players’ tunnel. Additionally, you can access to different areas of the stadium, including the field grass.

Enjoy the ‘Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Tour’ and feel like a true Sevilla FC player!

Unfortunately, you cannot book your ‘Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Tour’ tickets online. However, here are a few simple instructions to guide you through the purchase process.

If you have any problem, you can contact the club management. Here are all the details regarding the contacting information.