Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla is usually a hugely entertaining affair when the two sides meet in the capital and one where goals can generally be expected as the two teams continue to compete near the top of the La Liga table.
Atletico Madrid has been rather successful in Spain’s top-flight during their history, as they have managed to lift the top-flight trophy on no fewer than 10 occasions, whilst they have a pretty solid record when they take to European football as well, having reached Champions League finals numerous times as well as winning the Europa League.
Sevilla, as Los Rojiblancos, has perhaps fared better in European competition as well rather than in the league, as they also have won numerous Europa League titles during the previous tenure of Unai Emery. Admittedly, having a run at the La Liga title for either side, although not out of the question, would be rather special considering both Real Madrid and Barcelona are likely to be at the top of the chain.
Atletico’s home, the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, is a magnificent venue that has the ability to hold 68,456 people; creating one of the very best atmospheres that can be experienced in Spain at a sporting event. The stadium has also been host to some of the top European competitions as well, suggesting it is worthy of a visit.
When the two sides do meet in Madrid, results have been a rather mixed bag, with both sides having picked up victories, whilst draws do not appear to be uncommon. For example, games at the Wanda Metropolitano have ended 2-2, 1-1 and 2-0, whereas matches at the old Vicente Calderon Stadium had finished 0-0, 3-1 and 4-0 in favour of the hosts.
There have been a number of quality players to have featured in previous meetings between the sides, with the likes of Fernando Torres, Diego Costa and Antoine Griezmann all playing for Los Rojiblancos, whereas men like Wissam Ben Yedder, Ever Banega and Luuk de Jong all playing a role for the visitors.
Atletico Madrid versus Sevilla at the Wanda Metropolitano certainly has an attractive appeal to the game as there have been some highly competitive performances to have been produced, whereas the new stadium will certainly help to create a great atmosphere and fan-experience between the two European-chasing and potential League-chasing sides.
Below you can find how the cost of Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Sevilla FC vs Atletico Madrid||Seville||2020||£152|
|Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC||Madrid||2020||£168|
|Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC||Madrid||2019||£140|
|Sevilla FC vs Atletico Madrid||Seville||2019||£190|
|Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC||Madrid||2018||£199|
|Sevilla FC vs Atletico Madrid||Seville||2018||£181|
|Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC||Madrid||2017||£175|
|Sevilla FC vs Atletico Madrid||Seville||2017||£147|
|Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC||Madrid||2016||£190|
|Sevilla FC vs Atletico Madrid||Seville||2016||£138|
|Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla FC||Madrid||2015||£165|
|Sevilla FC vs Atletico Madrid||Seville||2015||£183|
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