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Real Madrid Set to Host Two Huge La Liga Games: How to Buy Tickets

Spanish giants Real Madrid find themselves in a two-horse race for the La Liga title with an unexpected Catalan club: Girona FC

In 3rd and 4th respectively, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona have failed to keep pace with Real Madrid and Girona, who have each lost only one league match all season. Only Bayern Munich have scored more goals than Girona in Europe’s top 5 leagues and their fearless brand of football has won them many admirers.

Yet, Los Blancos have a remarkable history of success and are favourites to win La Liga. The month of February is going to bring some challenges that will test their mettle.

Real Madrid Face Back-To-Back Tests at the Bernabeu

Under Carlo Ancelotti’s watchful eye, Real Madrid have remained unbeaten in La Liga since losing to city rivals Atletico Madrid in September. They haven’t lost a match at home in all competitions since April 2023.

However, their unbeaten record is going to be put to the test at the beginning of February. They’re set to host rivals Atletico Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on February 4, before welcoming Girona to Madrid in a top-of-the-table clash six days later.

Diego Simeone’s Atletico side knocked Real Madrid out of the Copa del Rey in January, and will hope to silence the Bernabeu once again when they meet on Sunday night. Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid tickets are available on SeatPick from €125.

The matches don’t get much easier for Real Madrid, with Girona visiting the Bernabeu six days later. Their wage budget may be less than 10% of Real Madrid’s, but Girona’s performances this season have been nothing short of sublime. They beat Los Blancos last season and a victory on February 10th would send shockwaves through the world of football.

It’s possible to buy tickets for both matches here on SeatPick, with tickets available for Real Madrid vs Girona from €148.

The high-stakes matches keep coming, with a Champions League Round of 16 tie against RB Leipzig three days after their match against Girona. These nine days could make or break Real Madrid’s season. Los Blancos close out February with another home game, against Sevilla. Tickets for that La Liga fixture are starting from €115.