When the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan hosts Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF, many fans flock to the stadium as it sees two of the best teams Spanish football has to offer battle each other for a place in the upper tier of La Liga. Both sides are used to making travel plans across Europe multiple each season as they both continuously finish in the continental places available, however this fixture has the ability to determine if one or both sides ultimately continue that tradition.
Sevilla are the most successful football team to have ever hailed from the region of Andalusia, with a number of pieces of silverware having been collected and lifted throughout their storied existence. Los Nervionenses have been incredibly successful in Europe, having acquired no fewer than six titles, as well as competing domestically with some of the best Spain has to offer, including a minimum of five Copa Del Reys and a League title as well.
Valencia, who are also known as Los Che, are also one of the most famous teams to have been provided by the country as they have proven to be extremely successful over the years as well. The club have laid claim to no fewer than six La Liga titles in their time, having previously been successfully led by managers like Rafa Benitez.
Indeed, the competitive rivalry that has been built between these two Spanish greats has become a standout fixture on the La Liga schedule each season and many flock to the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan to see it unfold in person. With a capacity of 43,833, the venue is one of the best in the country to host football matches as two sets of hugely passionate fans come together to cheer on their side to get the job done.
Previous results have shown just how tight matches between Sevilla and Valencia can be, with a large variety of final scores being produced; ranging from 0-2, 1-0, 2-1 and a 4-3 victory for the hosts back in 2013.
Therefore, Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF has all the ingredients to be a mouth-watering contest that can promise a large number of goals at times in a stadium full of two passionate fanbases. With both clubs continue to compete against each other for a place in Europe, the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan is a venue that needs to be visited for this fixture.
Below you can find how the cost of Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Sevilla FC 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 Sevilla FC||Valencia||2020||£148|
|Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF||Seville||2020||£165|
|Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF||Seville||2019||£140|
|Valencia CF vs Sevilla FC||Valencia||2019||£150|
|Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF||Seville||2018||£154|
|Valencia CF vs Sevilla FC||Valencia||2018||£145|
|Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF||Seville||2017||£137|
|Valencia CF vs Sevilla FC||Valencia||2017||£138|
|Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF||Seville||2016||£167|
|Valencia CF vs Sevilla FC||Valencia||2016||£122|
|Sevilla FC vs Valencia CF||Seville||2015||£125|
|Valencia CF vs Sevilla FC||Valencia||2015||£129|
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