We have Fiorentina tickets to all the big games both home and away in both Serie A and Europe. Going to a Fiorentina match at the world famous Stadio Artemio Franchi is an incredible experience.
If you have never been, here is everything you need to know for a great time in Florence. Click here for a seating chart of the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
CF Fiorentina was founded in 1926. Fiorentina’s home colours are purple, which is where their nickname, Viola, comes from.
Fiorentina’s home stadium is the Stadio Artemio Franchi which seats over 47,000 spectators.
The club has two Serie A titles to their name, the most recent win coming in 1969. Viola have won the Coppa Italia on 6 occasions, most recently in 2011 as well as the Supercoppa Italiana in 1996. They have also finished as runners up in the European Cup and UEFA Cup.
Frequently Asked Questions About Buying Fiorentina Tickets
Can I buy Fiorentina tickets from you? Fiorentina tickets are available now for purchase or sale via our Fiorentina tickets partner Sports Events 365.
Where does Fiorentina play? The Stadio Artemio Franchi is a football stadium in Florence, Italy. It is currently the home of ACF Fiorentina.
How do I get to Artemio Franchi Stadium? The best way to reach the Artemio Franchi, considering the incredible traffic on match days, is to go by bus: the 7, 17 or 20 from the main train station Santa Maria Novella or from the San Marco Square, right in the town centre, take you just outside the stadium.
How much are Fiorentina tickets? Ticket prices typically start at €20.00 for a seat at one of the curves, and range between €30.00 and €70.00 for a seat at one of the long sides. Tickets are much cheaper if bought in advance, but prices may get increased for a few high-profile matches.
Sunday Nov 22, 2020 Fiorentina – Benevento
Sunday Nov 29, 2020 AC Milan – Fiorentina
Sunday Jan 3, 2021 9:00 AM Fiorentina – Bologna
Wednesday Jan 6, 2021 S.S. Lazio – Fiorentina
Sunday Jan 10, 2021 Fiorentina – Cagliari
Sunday Jan 17, 2021 Napoli – Fiorentina
Sunday Jan 24, 2021 Fiorentina – FC Crotone
Sunday Jan 31, 2021 Torino – Fiorentina
Sunday Feb 7, 2021 Fiorentina – Inter
Sunday Feb 14, 2021 Sampdoria – Fiorentina
Sunday Feb 21, 2021 Fiorentina – Spezia
Sunday Feb 28, 2021 Udinese – Fiorentina
Wednesday Mar 3, 2021 Fiorentina – AS Roma
Sunday Mar 7, 2021 Fiorentina – Parma
Sunday Mar 14, 2021 Benevento – Fiorentina
Sunday Mar 21, 2021 Fiorentina – AC Milan
Saturday Apr 3, 2021 FC Genoa – Fiorentina
Sunday Apr 11, 2021 Fiorentina – Atalanta
Sunday Apr 18, 2021 US Sassuolo – Fiorentina
Wednesday Apr 21, 2021 Hellas Verona FC – Fiorentina
Sunday Apr 25, 2021 Fiorentina – Juventus
Sunday May 2, 2021 Bologna – Fiorentina
Sunday May 9, 2021 Fiorentina – S.S. Lazio
Wednesday May 12, 2021 Cagliari – Fiorentina
Sunday May 16, 2021 Fiorentina – Napoli
Sunday May 23, 2021 FC Crotone – Fiorentina
Directions To Stadio Artemio Franchi
Florence Amerigo Vespucci Airport (FLR) is Florence’s main airport. Although most tourists fly into Rome or Milan to get to Italy, and Florence’s airport is pretty small, it does have service from several major cities in Europe. It’s about 4km from the city center, and there’s a regular bus which connects the airport to the main Florence train station. The bus is run by ATAF-SITA and called “Vola in Bus,” and it’ll run you just under €5 one-way. It’s a short taxi ride, too, if you want to go directly to Stadio Artemio Franchi instead.
Galileo Galilei International Airport (PSA) in nearby Pisa is actually the larger airport in the region, so if you’re unable to fly directly to Florence or you’re having trouble finding a cheap flight to Florence, check out the schedules and fares to fly into Pisa instead. It’s about 2km from the Pisa train station, from which you can catch a bus or train into Florence for under €6. Pisa is well-served by European low-cost carriers easyJet, Ryanair, Thomsonfly, as well as major international flights from major cities in Europe and even New York.
Florence’s Santa Maria Novella train station is a major rail hub in central Italy, with connections from many cities throughout the country and the rest of Europe. The fast Italian Eurostar trains come to Florence from several cities, and the station is within walking distance to the historic center.
Rather than walking to the stadium from Santa Maria Novella, however, catch one of the trains that run regularly on game days from Santa Maria Novella to the smaller station that’s a short walk from the stadium – that station is called Campo di Marte.
From the Florence Duomo, head east on Via dell’Oriuolo behind the Duomo. Turn left onto Via Fiesolana, then right onto Via di Mezzo, and then left onto Via Giosue Carducci. You’ll turn left onto Viale Antonio Gramsci and then almost immediately turn right onto Via Iacopo Nardi.
When you reach the train tracks, turn left onto Via Mannelli and then right to go over the bridge onto Via del Pratellino. After the bridge, turn right to stay on Via del Pratellino, which then curves to the left. Turn right onto Viale dei Mille, which will put you at one end of the stadium. You’ll find parking lots in the area, or you can take your chances with street parking in the neighborhoods around the stadium.