The stadium was inaugurated in 1923 with a capacity of 17,000 spectators, after the team left their first home in Algirós. The stadium suffered extensive damage during the Civil War and was also used as a concentration camp for political prisoners.
The stadium was completely renovated in the 60s, after the disastrous flood of 1957, reaching its current capacity of 55,000 spectators. Mestalla has hosted important international matches and is known for the great inclination of its stands and for creating an environment that intimidates rival teams like few others in Europe.
In this guided tour you can visit the main areas of the stadium, from the presidential box and the antepalco to the trophy room, the press office, the locker rooms of the local team, the changing room tunnel, the lawn, the chapel, the changing rooms of the Referee and club shop. This tour of one of the most important clubs in Europe is a must for football fans of all ages.
Languages: English, Spanish and Italian
Adults: € 11,,50
Reduced: € 9,00
Reduced: (children from 5 to 12 years inclusive, retired people, pensioners, disabled and unemployed:
Free entrance for children from 0 a 4 years.
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