La Rosaleda has been the ‘home’ of Malaga CF for more than half a century (on the 13th of April it celebrated its 70th anniversary). It’s located on Paseo de Martiricos s/n in Malaga, just across the river Guadalhorce, and it’s well connected with the rest of the city by public transport (bus, mainly).
La Rosaleda was renovated in 2006 and nowadays is one of the most important stadiums in Spain both aesthetically and because of the activities that are held there.
The stadium of Malaga isn’t used just for the matches played by the club. The Spanish national team has played there a lot of times, and major tournaments and outstanding concerts have also been held there .
Seeing a Malaga C.F. match at La Rosaleda is, now more than ever, a wonderful experience, and the stadium renovations and activities, as well as the matches, can make your memories even better.
You can visit the museum of Malaga and have a guided tour through the team premises to see the past and present of Malaga CF and of Spanish football in general. You can see the Presidential Box and the stands, go through the exciting La Rosaleda History Hall, see the visitors’ dressing room… And at the end of the tour, you can buy the kits of the players of the team or a souvenir of your visit to the stadium.
The general rate to see the museum and take the Rosaleda tour is 18 € for adults and 14 € for children under 18 years. There are reduced rates for members and shareholders, over 65s, families and groups.
Visit La Rosaleda stadium and book your tickets for Malaga matches now!