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About Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona Tickets 2023/24

This fixture is perhaps the most hotly-anticipated clash in all European football. See these rivals clash at the newly-renovated Santiago Bernabeu where more than 80,000 fans can gather to watch the mighty Real Madrid in action.

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Real Madrid vs Barcelona History

Both of these clubs were formed around the start of the 20th century, though it wasn't until the 1930s that Real Madrid and FC Barcelona would begin to meet regularly.

The Spanish top flight was established in 1929 and, to date, Real Madrid and Barcelona account for more than half of the 90+ league titles in the history of this competition. Barca were the inaugural champions of Primera División, now known as known as La Liga, though it is Real Madrid that would go on to become the most successful football team across Europe.

La Blaugrana returned to the top following WWII before Real Madrid embarked on its first real period of unrestrained success. Los Blancos captured 12 league titles and as well as 6 European Cups between 1953 and 1970. Barca, meanwhile, managed just two La Liga titles in that time. This period was definded by some real heroes in the history of Real Madrid, namely Alfredo di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás.

The Catalan giants reclaimed the throne of Spanish champions in 1991 and subsequently dominated for much of the 90s with former player Johan Cruyff in place as first-team manager. The Netherlands icon revolutionised not just Barcelona's philosophy, but also football overall and on a much greater scale. Barca won La Liga six times in the final decade of the 20th century.

Real Madrid responded by embarking on the now-famous Galácticos era. Newly-elected club President Florentino Pérez had promised as part of his campaign to recruit international superstars. The Spanish businessman did just that, starting with the signing of Portugal striker Luís Figo from arch-rivals Barcelona in the summer of 2000.

A host of international superstars followed suit in the years to come, such as Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo Nazário, and David Beckham. When Perez was elected for a second term in 2009, there was a second surge of Galácticos arriving in the Spanish capital. Several high-profile stars were brought to the Bernabeu, with Kaká, Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, and Xabi Alonso all joining Los Blancos in a single summer.

Real Madrid and Barcelona continue to attract the world's best footballers, both future prospects as well as those in the latter years of their careers. While Los Blancos are known for paying mega money for the best talent on offer, Barca have a greater reputations in terms of the club's youth development. La Masia has produced dozens of young stars; Andres Iniesta, Carles Puyol, Xavi, Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, and Cesc Fabregas just to name a few.

El Clasico Stats and Mutual Connections

No player has scored more times in El Clasico than Lionel Messi. The Barcelona icon netted a total 26 goals in 45 Clasico matches versus Real Madrid. Former Los Blancos forwards Alfredo di Stéfano and Cristiano Ronaldo scored 18 goals apiece in this world-famous derby.

A handful of players have played for both Real Madrid and Barcelona – a highly controversial feat in the football community.

  • Michael Laudrup
  • Luis Enrique
  • Luís Figo
  • Ronaldo Nazário

Real Madrid vs Barcelona Head-to-Head

With more than 250 (competitive) meetings behind them, these teams are more than familiar with each other.

Real Madrid and Barcelona played out a six-goal thriller in April 2005, with six different names on the scoresheet. Zinedine Zidane opened the scoring and then Ronaldo put the home side two goals to the good. Samuel Eto'o halved the deficit but Raúl and Michael Owen restored the two-goal cushion before Ronaldinho salvaged another consolation goal for the visitors. Barca still went on to be crowned La Liga champions that year, 4 points ahead of their arch-rivals.

These teams battled out an El Clasico for the ages in March 2014. Andres Iniesta put Barca in front before Karim Benzema responded with two goals in quick succession. Messi equalised in the closing minutes of the first period, and then Cristiano Ronaldo became the fourth scorer on the night. Messi netted twice more to complete his hat-trick and seal a 4-3 win for La Blaugrana in the Spanish capital.

Messi was again the man of the moment towards the end of the 2016/17 campaign. The Argentina great scored a stoppage-time winner, for what was his 500th goal as a Barcelona player, and he famously held his shirt aloft for the stunned home supporters at the Bernabeu.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona tickets

How much are Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona tickets?

The official price for La Liga face value tickets ranges between $32 and $127. However, buying Real Madrid vs Barca tickets through the official channels can prove very challenging.

SeatPick makes securing tickets simple. For the Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona match, we've currently got 499 tickets to choose from. You can grab tickets from as low as $423 on SeatPick, while the average price is $1,070. The fixture will take place on April 21, 2024 at Santiago Bernabeu in the city of Madrid.

How to get Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona hospitality tickets?

Fan experience is paramount at SeatPick, so we aim to offer a wide selection of La Liga hospitality tickets. Go to the Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona event page and choose the 'VIP' filter to bring up all the available Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona VIP tickets. Supporters can choose from 191 Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona hospitality tickets on the secure SeatPick platform. For this particular event, VIP tickets are kicking off at $1,329.

Where do Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona matches take place?

The home matches of Real Madrid take place at Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain. The stadium can welcome up to 85,454 supporters. Home matches for FC Barcelona are staged at Estadi Olímpic Lluis Companys, situated in Barcelona, Spain. The maximum capacity of the venue is 55,926.

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