Paseo de la Castellana / Avenida de Concha Espina, 1
Madrid
The main football stadium in Madrid is Santiago Bernabéu which was built in 1944 and is home to the Real Madrid football club. It is named after the club’s founder and the stadium itself has been expanded on several occasions. Today, Santiago Bernabéu can host 80,000 spectators and it is planned to have a retractable roof added to the stadium in the near future. The main entrance is located in Paseo de la Castellana and the stadium even has its own underground station. There are guided tours of the building which include a visit to the trophy room, the presidential balcony and the players’ dressing rooms, not to mention the best part of the tour which involves walking through the players’ tunnel and onto the football pitch.

Other football teams that have their own stadiums in Madrid are Atlético de Madrid and Rayo Vallecano.

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