The Coliseum Alfonso Pérez was built in 1998 and has become one of the newest stadiums in the Spanish leagues. It holds around 17,500 spectators and the stadium itself is open and modern in design with an stunningly designed arch roof that covers the top tier. The ground is situated in the industrial heartland of Madrid’s southern zone and although a little further out than other top flight grounds in Madrid, links into the city centre by bus or metro are good. Average attendances are around the 9,000 mark so getting a ticket to watch a match here isn’t difficult.
Getafe 2015-16 Fixtures
December 6 Getafe CF vs Real Sociedad – Buy Getafe Tickets
December 13 Valencia CF vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
December 20 Getafe CF vs Deportivo La Coruna – Buy Getafe Tickets
January 3 Sporting de Gijon vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
January 10 Getafe CF vs Real Betis Balompie – Buy Getafe Tickets
January 17 Getafe CF vs RCD Espanyol – Buy Getafe Tickets
January 24 Granada CF vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
January 31 Getafe CF vs Athletic Club Bilbao – Buy Getafe Tickets
February 7 Malaga CF vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
February 14 Getafe CF vs Atletico de Madrid – Buy Getafe Tickets
February 21 Levante UD vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
February 28 Getafe CF vs Celta de Vigo – Buy Getafe Tickets
March 2 UD Las Palmas vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
March 6 Getafe CF vs Sevilla FC – Buy Getafe Tickets
March 13 FC Barcelona vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
March 20 Getafe CF vs SD Eibar – Buy Getafe Tickets
April 3 Rayo Vallecano vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
April 10 Villarreal FC vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
April 17 Getafe CF vs Real Madrid – Buy Getafe Tickets
April 20 Real Sociedad vs Getafe CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
April 24 Getafe CF vs Valencia CF – Buy Getafe Tickets
Going To A Match At Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Madrid itself offers great transport links to and from the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez. Madrid has some of the cheapest transport links anywhere in Europe and here are details of the transport links to the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez stadium, so that you can plan your day.
The main airport that serves Madrid is Madrid Barajas International. It is situated around 12kms from the city centre. It is one of the busiest airports in Spain and transport links are very good from here. Costs into the city from the airport are around 2 Euros for the metro, 2 Euros for a bus and around 20-25 Euros for a taxi.
Address – Avenida Teresa de Calcuta, Getafe, 28903 Madrid
Stadium – Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Getafe sits in the southern suburbs of Madrid and is not as central as the other stadiums. Having said that, transport links are still excellent and fairly frequent.
Metro – From the city centre you will need to take the dark blue line 10 all the way southbound to the end. Then pick up the Gold line 12 which runs out to the suburb of Getafe. The stop for the stadium is Los Espartales. Come out at ground level and it is a short two minute walk from here.
Bus – the 441, 0r 442 both leave from Atocha bus station in down town Madrid and run out to Getafe and past the stadium itself. The cost is around 2 Euros and the last bus runs at 1.45am
Taxi – If you are planning in staying in Getafe till after 2am, then this is your only option to get back. Cost will be around 20 Euros and again, when coming out of the stadium taxis are waiting, but are on ‘first come first serve’ basis
Walk – In a nutshell…. forget it! At 13kms from the city centre. It’s simply too far.