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Celta de Vigo Info

The motto of Real Club Celta de Vigo is afouteza, a Galician word with no direct translation, but its meaning embodies the spirit to overcome any obstacles without fear. As a team from a small city nestled on the Atlantic coast of Spain, the players and supporters have stayed faithful to the motto.

From a historical perspective, and the numbers back it up, Real Club Celta de Vigo has been one of the most consistent clubs in Spanish football. Over its 99-year history, the team played 57 seasons in La Liga, participated in the UEFA Cup 8 times, and had a Championship League appearance in the 2003–04 season. However, they never won anything of importance, minus a UEFA Intertoto Cup win in 2000 and several regional championships. The closest it came to a Copa del Rey title was in the 1947–48 season when they lost in the finals.

However, supporters are willing to forgive the lack of trophies and are happy to reward the popular Sky Blues with loud cheers at Balaídos stadium. Football fans that want to participate in the show can reserve their Celta Vigo tickets at SeatPick, and find the best football ticket prices for home matches.

About Celta de Vigo Football Tickets

The desire of the local population to be more competitive nationally was the impetus for the establishment of Celta de Vigo. The idea to concentrate forces got discussed for over a decade and finally came to fruition in 1923 when local teams Real Vigo Sporting and Real Club Fortuna de Vigo merged.

And the first challenge was to pick a name. Several options were suggested, with Real Atlántic and Real Club Olimpico dominating the conversation. But the management believed the name should reflect the region's identity, and they settled for Real Club Celta de Vigo. Celta refers to the ancient nation that inhabited this region of Spain.

Throughout its history, the team was competitive but never managed to reach the top position in La Liga. Yet the Spanish press was not ignorant of the club's potential, naming them "EuroCelta" because of their results and frequent participation in the UEFA Cup.

The Sky Blues did not get intimidated by big European names and defeated Liverpool F.C in the Round of 16 in the 1998–99 season. The following season, Celta overwhelmed Juventus FC and Benfica FC

Celta de Vigo remains a regular fixture on the La Liga schedule, and fans can purchase tickets on SeatPick.

Top Rivalry

The two biggest football clubs in the province of Galicia are Celta de Vigo and Deportivo de La Coruña. The Galician derby is unique in its duality, with fraternal and ferocious aspects.

Fans are united by their Galician heritage and sing local songs in unison but can equally fast turn to spew insults. There have been 126 games played in various competitions, with Celta winning in 50 matches, while Deportivo won the derby 45 times.

Top Managers

Managers arriving in Vigo are not in the habit of making long-term plans, considering they face big expectations, and patience is at a premium. Most coaches get replaced within a season or two. Some popular names are Víctor Fernández, Luis Enrique, Colin Addison and Fernando Vázquez.

Famous Footballers that Played for the Sky Blues

There have been many excellent players that have gone under the media radar because they played for a smaller team. But some of the famous names that wore the Vigo jersey are:

  • Maxi Gómez
  • David Silva
  • Diego Costa
  • Claude Makélélé
  • Zvonimir Boban

Estadio Municipal de Balaídos – Vigo, Spain

Stadium Name: Estadio Municipal de Balaídos

Capacity: 29,000

Address: Avenida de Balaídos s/n, 36210 Vigo

Description: After a three-year construction, the Estadio Municipal de Balaídos opened in 1928. The venue was gradually upgraded in the following decades. The four stands got rebuilt between 1968 and 1971, resulting in a then capacity of 40,000 seats. Further renovations for the 1982 World Cup reduced the capacity to 29,000 seats.

Best Way to Travel

Located in the southwest of Vigo, the stadium is about 2 miles from the city center and train station. Unfortunately, there is no easy transport connection.

By Train

It's a 45-minute walk from Urzaiz train station, which is serviced by trains from other Spanish regions.

By Bus

Some of the bus lines that have routes that have stops near the venue are 5a, 7, 8, 11, 16, 23, and A.

Frequently Asked Questions about Celta de Vigo tickets

How to buy Celta de Vigo tickets?

Your search for Celta de Vigo tickets ends at SeatPick, the ultimate destination for buying football tickets. These simple steps are easy to follow:

  1. Scroll up and pick out the Celta de Vigo match you wish to attend.
  2. Select the number of Celta de Vigo tickets you need, and then browse through all the listings from trusted ticket sellers. Organise the ticket options by price, or filter by seating categories using the ‘VIP,’ ‘Benches,’ ‘Behind The Goal’, or ‘Away’ buttons.
  3. Once you've identified your perfect ticket, proceed to checkout and fill in all the necessary information to complete your booking.

SeatPick is currently able to provide 40 Celta de Vigo tickets across one different events. Celta Vigo vs Valencia CF is the next home match on their calendar, and you can buy tickets from $60 on our platform.

How much are Celta de Vigo tickets?

Prices for Celta de Vigo tickets can vary based on the team's form, the strength of their opponent, and the section of the stadium you choose to sit. Prices always fluctuate over the course of the season.

SeatPick makes it easy to secure a seat to see Celta de Vigo in action, with prices starting from $60. The average ticket price for Celta de Vigo matches on our platform is $323.

Where do Celta de Vigo play their home games?

Celta de Vigo's home matches are held at Balaídos, located in Vigo, Spain. The maximum capacity of the stadium is 31,800. Celta de Vigo's next match at Balaídos will be Celta Vigo vs Valencia CF, happening on May 26, 2024. Choose from 40 available ticket listings for this fixture on SeatPick.

Is it safe to buy Celta de Vigo tickets on SeatPick?

Absolutely. Each Celta de Vigo ticket listed on SeatPick has been gathered from reliable sellers who pledge a minimum 100% money-back guarantee on every sale.

How to get cheap Celta de Vigo tickets?

You can consider signing up for a membership on the Celta de Vigo official site. If you can't buy Celta de Vigo match tickets through the club, then another way to find cheap Celta de Vigo tickets is to try to time the market on SeatPick. The ticket prices often drop as the event date approaches. Plus, there are times when buying tickets early might land you a sweet deal.

Cheap Celta de Vigo tickets are right at your fingertips with SeatPick. We compare options from across the ticket market, helping Celta de Vigo fans find the best deals available online. Today, the cheapest Celta de Vigo home tickets on SeatPick are for Celta Vigo vs Valencia CF, with options from $60. On May 26, 2024, the match will take place at Balaídos and the lowest-priced tickets are to be found in the Short Side Zone.

How to buy Celta de Vigo tickets without a membership?

It can be very difficult to buy La Liga tickets directly from the club if you don’t hold a season-ticket or a membership. In addition, Celta de Vigo membership does not guarantee you a ticket and, when you are successful, you'll be limited to one Celta de Vigo ticket per membership. Therefore, in order to buy two tickets, you'll need to have two Celta de Vigo membership cards.

SeatPick can solve this problem for you - our platform is perfect for fans hoping to buy Celta de Vigo tickets as a non-member. Attend any match you want without the need for a membership when you purchase your Celta de Vigo tickets via SeatPick.

Today, we have 40 tickets listed to see Celta de Vigo at Balaídos. Secure your seat today on SeatPick!

What are Celta's colours?

The team colours are sky blue and white, inspiring the club's nickname. The colours are representative of the Galician flag.

Who owns Celta de Vigo?

The football club is registered as a public limited sports company, in turn, owned by a holding company, in possession of Carlos Mourino, a Spanish-Mexican businessman. Since 2006, Mourino has had a majority stake of 67.9% of the club. Although rumours have circulated that other international investors are interested in acquiring the Galatian team, so far, nobody was made an offer that would convince Carlos Mourino to relinquish control.

Celta de Vigo Schedule and Cheapest Ticket Prices

May 26, 2024VigoBalaídos$60

Playing At

Celta de Vigo will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if Celta de Vigo currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Celta de Vigo Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Celta de Vigo match tickets.

Celta de Vigo Ticket Prices by Season

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2022-23 Balaídos$90
2021-22 Balaídos$109
2020-21 Balaídos$107
2019-20 Balaídos$129
2018-19 Balaídos$109
2017-18 Balaídos$129
2016-17 Balaídos$116

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By juantiagues from Pontevedra, España (Balaídos lleno, Celta- R.Madrid) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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