Valencia CF vs Atlético Madrid is one of the fiercely competitive La Liga matches on the schedule every season as it pits two of the biggest sides to have ever been formed in Spanish football up against each other as they both aim to obtain Champions League spots. The encounter has seen a number of stars meet on the Mestalla pitch almost every time it has been played, meaning there is plenty for fans to get behind.
The hosts, who are known as Los Che, are one of the most successful football clubs to have been created out of Spain, with the eastern outfit having been crowned league champions on no fewer than six occasions, with the likes of Rafael Benitez having provided them with a huge amount of success. Valencia are also regular competitors within European competition, therefore proving to be one of the very best to play the domestic game.
However, Los Rojiblancos, as Atlético Madrid are widely known throughout the world, are also one of the most successful clubs to have kicked a ball in La Liga competition. A team that has been spectacularly led by Diego Simeone over the last decade, have no fewer than 10 top divisional titles to their name, as well as a minimum of 10 Copa del Rey titles trophies as well.
The Mestalla is one of the most iconic stadiums to have ever been built in Spain and is home to Valencia. The stadium is the seventh-biggest in the country, with the capacity to hold 48,600 spectators. The club also, arguably, have one of the most passionate fanbases within the country, with their dedicated ‘ultras’ section in the bottom tier of the south stand.
When Valencia CF versus Atlético Madrid is as fierce and as intense as a competitive rivalry can be, it is no surprise that previous meetings at the Mestalla have been incredibly close hard-fought out contests. Previous scores have included 2-2, 1-1, 0-0, 1-3 and 3-1 in recent years, therefore leaving it rather unpredictable as to what fans can expect when attending the game.
As such, this particular encounter between two of La Liga’s behemoths is one of the biggest games that can be witnessed at the iconic Mestalla stadium and is a must for anyone who wants to experience an atmosphere that is unmatched by many of the fanbases other clubs in the division can boast.
Below you can find how the cost of Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid 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 Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2020||£138|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2020||£120|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2019||£133|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2019||£133|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2018||£138|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2018||£101|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2017||£98|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2017||£94|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2016||£124|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2016||£93|
|Valencia CF vs Atletico Madrid||Valencia||2015||£98|
|Atletico Madrid vs Valencia CF||Madrid||2015||£138|
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