When Atletico Madrid vs Valencia takes place at the Wanda Metropolitano, it is a fixture that promises some of the very best football from the Spanish leagues available as both sides look to continue to challenge at the top of the division.
Both sides have had storied successes in their histories as clubs, with both having won the title on a number of occasions. Both clubs have been accustomed to winning a number of tournaments over the years, whether domestically or continentally.
The Wanda Metropolitano is an exceptional 68,456-seater stadium that is worthy of hosting a tie of this magnitude between Los Rojiblancos and Los Che and it is a venue that certainly brings the best out of the fans who attend the matches as the atmosphere it builds is second-to-none, especially when Valencia is in the capital.
One reason as to why the crowd is as raucous as it is, perhaps, could be down to the fact that Atletico Madrid has a rather solid record when playing Valencia in front of their home crowd.
When looking at previous results between the two sides, whether it be at the Wanda Metropolitano or the old ground of the Vicente Calderon, goals for both sides appear to be guaranteed, although the hosts rarely get outscored.
Fixtures have ended 1-1, 3-2, 3-0 and 1-0 in recent memory, leaving the Madridistas with points on the board almost every time the two sides take to the pitch in the capital.
Of course, with a fixture boasting two sides of the statue of Atletico Madrid and Valencia, there have been a number of names to have crossed paths and feature within this particular encounter over the years. Managers such as Diego Simeone and Rafa Benitez have both graced the touchline at some point, whereas players like Saul Niguez, Koke, Diego Godin, Paco Alcacer, Maxi Gomez and Dani Parejo have all been involved across the years.
Atletico Madrid versus Valencia certainly has a huge appeal simply because of the names the two clubs carry, although the football on the pitch is the reason why this game must be seen in the stands of the Wanda Metropolitano.
Below you can find how the cost of Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2020||£98|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2020||£134|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2019||£117|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2019||£116|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2018||£136|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2018||£114|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2017||£106|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2017||£124|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2016||£132|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2016||£105|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2015||£128|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2015||£132|
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