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Sevilla FC is the oldest football club in Seville, founded in the year 1890. On the 25th of January of that year, it was founded as a private cultural and sporting association. The club was officially registered on the 14th of October of 1905, in...more
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Calle Sevilla Futbol Club, S/N, 41005 Seville, Spain
Was in Seville for the weekend so went to see them play Espanyol. The stadium is around a 15-20 minute walk from the Santa Cruz area and there are several places to stop off for a drink with the locals along the way, although the...More
My husband and I were visiting Seville in October and thought it would be great to see a game of football while we were there. Sunday 7th Sevilla v Celta Vigo. Great the day we arrived. Bought tickets on line fairly easy. You need ID...More
I drove more than 300 kilometers to visit Seville...a very nice town, but I was very disappointing about the visiting rules of the stadium...I am from Romania and I spent some money to visit this stadium...FOR US IS A TEMPLE...I am a Steaua Bucharest fan...More
We watched the Europa League game between Sevilla and Standard Liege.
The atmosphere was electrifying and the seats were really good and offered great value for money.
The experience was made that much better by Sevilla winning comprehensively on the night.
So our yearly Spanish football trip continued this time venturing in to Sevilla, we were not expecting the trip to eclipse Madrid but God how we were so wrong.
In to the stadium, recently renovated and it is amazing, atmosphere was electric in and outside...More
My son and I are big football fans, so to have the potential to see Seville v Real Madrid on the 26th September 2018 was too good an opportunity to miss when we were having a short break in the city. Tickets are not easy...More
I want to visit this stadium in august this year. I made a trip from Malaga to Sevilla especially for my children, who want to see where our team Steaua Bucharest win the Champions League in 1986. We believe that we are lucky to see...More
My husband and youngest son went to see Seville play Villareal and thoroughly enjoyed it . The highlight for my son was meeting Nolito - he was more than happy to meet with fans, have selfies and then sat about 5 seats away from my...More
Visited this year for a UCL game at the ground. The stadium is just a 15 minute walk away from the centre. Outside, the stadium is very nice however quite steep within. The away end has no netting obscuring your view however is one of...More