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Coliseum Alfonso Pérez: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The new Coliseum Alfonso Perez was built to replace the old Estadio Las Margaritas, which had become too small after the club had celebrated several successes in the 1980s and early 1990s.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Wednesday, 29.June 2022 — 3min read

History and description

After the aging Estadio Las Margaritas couldn't hold anymore fans, Spanish soccer club Coliseum Alfonso Pérez replaced it in order to create a larger venue. The Alfonso Perez Coliseum opened on 30 August 1998 with a match between Getafe and Tavares. The official opening was held several days later, on the 2nd of September, with a three-team tournament between Borussia Dortmund, Feyenoord, and Atlético de Madrid.

The stadium was originally slightly smaller, but it was later expanded after the club promoted to La Liga in 2004. At the same time, a new roof was installed on top of the main stand.

Fans of Getafe are not really fond of the stadium they play in. They have been investigating the possibility of building a new stadium, but the economic recession has put a hold on any such plans for the moment.

How to get to Coliseum Alfonso Perez

The Coliseum Alfonso Perez is located in Getafe, a suburb of Madrid. The Getafe centre is about 11 kilometres from the Coliseum Alfonso Perez. Metro station Los Espartales is located a 5-minute walk away from the stadium. Los Espartales is on Metro's circular line 12 which runs through Madrid's southern suburbs. Line 12 connects at station Puerta Del Sur with line 10 which runs through Madrid's center and can be boarded at station Plaza de España. The whole trip from Plaza de España takes almost an hour.

However, from Madrid it is much quicker to take a Cercanía commuter train to the stadium. Board a train toward Parla at, for example, Sol, Atocha, or Chamartin cercanía station. Get off at station Las Margaritas Universidad and the ride will take 15 to 20 minutes. From Las Margaritas it is a further 15 minutes walking to the stadium.

From southern Madrid, you can catch bus 443 (from Plaza Elíptica) or 448 (from Legazpi).

Address: Avenida Teresa de Calcuta S/N, 28903 Getafe

Eat, drink, and sleep near Coliseum Alfonso Perez

The Coliseum Alfonso Perez is located in a quiet neighbourhood in Getafe. There are few places to eat and drink, especially for Spanish standards, but you may find the odd local place for a quick bite. Still, if possible find something to eat in central Madrid, particularly as Spanish stadiums tend to offer little choice in concessions. There are few options to stay close to the stadium. The closest hotel is an Ibis roadside hotel a 25-minute walk away, or stay at the well-rated Hostal Carlos III in Getafe?s city centre. Click here for an overview of hotels near Coliseum Alfonso Perez, and here to explore options in Madrid.

Getafe Tickets

Tickets for Getafe games can be bought online, or at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez club offices. Tickets can be bought on the day of the match at the gate. The ticket windows (taquillas) are open until half-time. Getafe hardly ever sells out a match.

ticket prices depend on the opponent, but typically range from $35.00 for a seat behind the goal to $70.00 for a seat at the main stand. Expect to pay at least $50.00 when Barcelona or Madrid come to visit.

Relevant Internet links

Getafecf.com is the official website of Getafe CF. Metromadrid.es provides travel information on the Madrid metro. CRTM.es provides public transport information for Madrid residents. The tickets are quite expensive, costing as much as 30 euros. The stadium is quite old and there is not very much support. Two groups of about 10 people were trying to make some noise, but they were not very successful. Free match programmes are available and you can only enter the stadium from the front.

Two groups of ten people were trying to make noise, but they all failed. There are free match programmes available that you can enter the stadium only from the front.

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The new Coliseum Alfonso Perez was built to replace the old Estadio Las Margaritas, which had become too small after the club had celebrated several successes in the 1980s and early 1990s.

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