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Athletic Bilbao 2018-19 Fixtures

The 2018-19 La Liga schedule has been released and we have tickets to all of Athletic Bilbao’s games both home and away. The first Basque derby between Athletic Club Bilbao and Real Sociedad will take place on 7 October at Athletic’s San Mames with the return at the Anoeta on 3 February.

Going to an Athletic Bilbao match at the San Mamés Stadium is an incredible experience. If you have never been, here is everything you need to know for a great time in Bilbao including a seating chart of the San Mamés Stadium.

Athletic Bilbao 2018/19 Schedule
Sunday Mar 31, 2019 Girona FC – Athletic de Bilbao – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets

Wednesday Apr 3, 2019 Athletic de Bilbao – Levante – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Sunday Apr 7, 2019 Getafe – Athletic de Bilbao – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Sunday Apr 14, 2019 Athletic de Bilbao – Rayo Vallecano – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Wednesday Apr 24, 2019 Real Madrid – Athletic de Bilbao – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Sunday Apr 28, 2019 CD Leganés – Athletic de Bilbao – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets

Sunday May 5, 2019 Athletic de Bilbao – Deportivo Alavés – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Sunday May 12, 2019 Real Valladolid – Athletic de Bilbao – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Sunday May 19, 2019 Athletic de Bilbao – Celta de Vigo – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Sunday May 26, 2019 Sevilla FC – Athletic de Bilbao – Buy Athletic Bilbao Tickets

Directions To San Mamés Stadium
Estadio San Mamés is located in central Bilbao. The stadium lies about 2 kilometres east of Bilbao’s old city centre, but closer to its main shopping areas, and also at just a 15-minute walk from Bilbao’s famous Guggenheim museum.

It is no more than a 30-minute walk to the stadium from most city centre areas as well as Bilbao’s two main railway stations, which lie next to each other. Following the shopping street Gran Via west will get you to the stadium.

Alternatively, the stadium can be reached by metro. Both Bilbao’s two metro lines pass the stadium. Take the metro at Casco Viejo in the old centre or at Abando at the railway stations, and get off after a few stops at station San Mamés.

If coming from the Guggenheim, the stadium can be reached by tram (Euskotran). This tram line, which runs along the banks of the river Nervión, also passes the old city centre and the train stations.

If arriving by car, the stadium can be easily reached coming from the A-8 motorway. Take exit 117 toward Bilbao, and drive up north over the Avenida Sabino Arnana. After about 600 metres the stadium will be one block to your left.