When Villarreal FC visit the Estadio Roman Sanchez Pizjuan to square off against Sevilla FC, fans can expect a tightly contested clash as it sees two of the most established sides to have competed in La Liga over the years, with both always striving to qualify for continental football via their finish in the league.
Sevilla, who have the nickname of Los Nervionenses, are the most successful football club to have ever come from the southern region of Andalusia, as they have been able to collect a vast number of trophies since they were formed as a football club (one of the oldest to have been in existence in the country). The outfit have won no fewer than six European titles, as well as a minimum of five Spanish Cups as well, with Unai Emery having been incredibly successful with the club during his tenure in the dugout.
Villarreal are perhaps as established as Sevilla when it comes down to playing in La Liga, however they have not quite had the success their counterparts have had over the years. El Submarino Amarillo might not have the same continental reputation as Los Nervionenses, however they have continued to compete in such tournaments for a number of years as they finish strongly in Spain’s top division.
Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan becomes the venue that hosts meetings between these two sides and with 43,883 supporters being able to fit in the stands, it can be an extremely hostile environment for those from the region of Valencia.
However, El Submarino Amarillo have managed to combat it in previous meetings, having recorded a 1-2 victory in 2019 and 0-0 and 2-2 draws in 2018, suggesting that they thrive on this particular encounter. Despite this, the hosts have also had their fair share of success as well, recording 2-1 and 4-2 victories in 2015 and 2016 respectively.
Both sides may not have the biggest names that world football has to offer, however both sides have managed to produce a number of the best individuals to have gone on to represent their country in the past, helping to lift the World Cup and European Championships on occasions.
Sevilla FC versus Villarreal FC is certainly a match-up that has all the ingredients to be a mouth-watering tie between two clubs that continue to fight it out for the same thing and, with the game being played at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, it is one supporters can not afford to miss when the fixture comes around in the La Liga schedule.
Below you can find how the cost of Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC||Seville||2020||£81|
|Villarreal FC vs Sevilla FC||Vila-real||2020||£84|
|Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC||Seville||2019||£80|
|Villarreal FC vs Sevilla FC||Vila-real||2019||£88|
|Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC||Seville||2018||£108|
|Villarreal FC vs Sevilla FC||Vila-real||2018||£81|
|Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC||Seville||2017||£86|
|Villarreal FC vs Sevilla FC||Vila-real||2017||£76|
|Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC||Seville||2016||£75|
|Villarreal FC vs Sevilla FC||Vila-real||2016||£87|
|Sevilla FC vs Villarreal FC||Seville||2015||£103|
|Villarreal FC vs Sevilla FC||Vila-real||2015||£87|
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