Ramón Sanchez Pizjuán stadium

Por el 9 March, 2012

pesoccerworld.com

Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium has been the home of Sevilla F.C. since September 7th, 1958. It was opened more than 60 years ago, so all Sevilla fans have seen the best and the worse matches of the club from their seats in the stadium grand stand. Sanchez Pizjuan is one of the most popular places in Seville and it is situated in Avenida Eduardo Dato s/n of the capital of Andalusia.

The stadium of Sevilla F.C., besides hosting the club’s matches, has also hosted important events such as the semi finals of the World Cup of Spain in 1982, and the European Cup final of 1986, in which Barcelona was defeated by Steaua Bucarest in penalties.

Seeing a Sevilla F.C. match at Sanchez Pizjuan is a wonderful experience, both because Sevilla are one of the best Spanish football teams and because of the chants of Sevilla fans during the match… But why not enhance this experience with a visit of the interior of the stadium.

You can have a tour through the team’s premises to see the past and present of Sevilla F.C. You can see the trophy room, press room, dressing rooms, the benches… The general rate to see the Sanchez Pizjuan tour is 12 € for adults, 10 € for children under 12 years, and free entrance for children under 5 years. There are reduced rates for groups too.

In conclusion, Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain; Sevilla F.C. is one of the best teams; and Sanchez Pizjuan is one of the most mythical stadiums, so there is no excuse to not visit it… Book now your tickets to see a Sevilla F.C. match and visit the Sanchez Pizjuan  stadium!