We have Athletic Bilbao tickets to all the big games this season both home and away in La Liga, Copa del Rey and Europe. 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.
Frequently Asked Questions About Buying Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Can I buy Athletic Bilbao tickets from you? Athletic Bilbao tickets are available for purchase via our tickets partner Sports Events 365.
How do I get tickets to Athletic Bilbao? Tickets for Athletic Club matches can be bought online, or at the ticket windows of San Mames from two days before the match (in the morning and evening hours). Tickets are also available at the ticket windows of San Mamés from two hours before the start of the match.
Athletic Bilbao Tickets
Sunday Mar 7, 2021 Athletic de Bilbao – Granada CdF
Sunday Mar 14, 2021 Celta de Vigo – Athletic de Bilbao
Sunday Mar 21, 2021 Athletic de Bilbao – SD Eibar
Sunday Apr 4, 2021 Real Sociedad – Athletic de Bilbao
Sunday Apr 11, 2021 Athletic de Bilbao – Deportivo Alavés
Wednesday Apr 21, 2021 Real Betis – Athletic de Bilbao
Sunday Apr 25, 2021 Athletic de Bilbao – Atlético Madrid
Wednesday Apr 28, 2021 Athletic de Bilbao – Real Valladolid
Sunday May 2, 2021 Sevilla FC – Athletic de Bilbao
Sunday May 9, 2021 Athletic de Bilbao – CA Osasuna
Wednesday May 12, 2021 CD Huesca – Athletic de Bilbao
Sunday May 16, 2021 1 Athletic de Bilbao – Real Madrid
Sunday May 23, 2021 Elche CF – Athletic de Bilbao
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.
Eat, drink, and sleep near San Mames
Estadio San Mamés is located on the edge of Bilbao’s city centre, which means that there is a good amount of cafes, bars, and restaurants in the area. Further nightlife can be found further east in the historic centre (Casco Viejo) and around the railway stations.
There are various hotels close to Estadio San Mamés. Hotel Hesperia Zubialde, Hotel San Mames, Hotel Abba Parque, and NH Villa de Bilbao all get good reviews and are at just a few minutes walking from the stadium.
Click here for all hotels near San Mames, and here for options closer to the historic centre.