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Where to watch a La Liga soccer match in Madrid?

In Madrid there are up to 4 teams playing in the first division of the national soccer league called La Liga.

La Liga is considered one of the best soccer leagues in the world and staying in Madrid is a great opportunity to discover why.

Where to Madrid gives you a list of the teams and useful information to go to support them:

Real Madrid

Spanish most famous soccer team competing with Barcelona, his eternal rival. The club is the richest football club in terms of annual revenue and the second most valuable. Five out of eleven players of the FIFA 2012 ideal lineup are playing in Real Madrid (Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Xabi Alonso, Cristiano Ronaldo). The team has won 32 spanish leagues, 9 European Champion League and many other international and national championships.

Stadium: Santiago Bernabeu.
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Capacity: 85,454 all-seat spectators.
Minimum ticket price: 30€ (price depend on the champioship and the rival team).
Address: Avenida de Concha Espina 1, 28036 Madrid. See
How to get there: 
Metro Line 10 Santiago Bernabeu Station.
Bus Lines 14,27,40,43,120,147 y 150.
Team website:
www.realmadrid.com
Websites to buy tickets (english language):
www.ticketmaster.es 
www.spainticketbureau.com
www.entradasmadrid.com

Check for match dates in La liga calendar: Here

 Atlético de Madrid

Atlético have won both La Liga and the Copa del Rey on nine occasions as well as many international championships In the last years Atlético has won the Europa League in 2010 and in 2012, and won the UEFA Super Cup in 2010 and 2012. Atlético de Madrid is one of the bigger clubs in Europe. The club is known by a number of nicknames including "Los Colchoneros" (The Mattress Makers) and "Los Indios" (The Indians). Their fans are considered the best and pasional supporters of Spain. Their traditional enemy is their rich neighbor Real Madrid.

Stadium: Vicente Calderón.
Capacity: 54.960 spectators.
Minimum ticket price: 30€ (price depend on the champioship and the rival team).
Address: Pº Virgen del Puerto 67, 28005, Madrid. See
How to get there: 
Metro Line 5 Pirámides Station.
Bus Lines 17, 50, 56.
Team website:
www.clubatleticodemadrid.com
Websites to buy tickets (english language):
www.ticketmaster.es
www.spainticketbureau.com
www.spainticketsonline.es
Check for match dates in La liga calendar: Here

 Rayo Vallecano

One of the perennial yo-yo clubs of Spanish league, Rayo Vallecano is always moving back and forth between the first and second divisions of La Liga. The team's most successful season came in 2000–01, when they reached the UEFA Cup quarterfinals. Due to their financial problema Rayo Vallecano is a team highly identified with people problems. In late March 2012, in support of the 2011–2012 Spanish protests, the squad decided to take one day off from training to join the demonstrations.

Stadium: Campo de fútbol de Vallecas.
Spectators: 14.708 spectators.
Minimum ticket price: 25€ (price depend on the champioship and the rival team).
Address: Calle del Payaso Fofó s/n, 28018, Madrid. See
How to get there: 
Metro Line 1 Portazgo Station.
Bus Lines 10, 54, 57, 58, 136.
Team website: 
Websites to buy tickets:
www.ticketbis.com
www.seatwave.es
Check for match dates in La liga calendar: Here

Getafe

In the top level since 2004–05, Getafe is along with Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid and Rayo Vallecano the fourth team from the Community of Madrid and the first of them from outside of the capital to ever play in La Liga. The highlight of the club's was reaching the Copa del Rey 2006-07 and 2007-08 final as well as reaching the 2007-08 UEFA Cup quarterfinals against Bayern Munich. Commonly called Marea Azul, or Azulones, Getafe supporters have steadily grown far beyond the area and today Getafe is known to have fans in Australia, Sweden, Finland, Argentina, Scotland, Denmark, United States and Mexico.

Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez.
Spectators: 14.400 spectators.
Minimum ticket price: 25€ (price depend on the champioship and the rival team).
Address: Av de Teresa de Calcuta, s/n, 28903 Getafe, Madrid. See
How to get there: 
Metro Line 12 Los Espartales Station.
Train Route C4A and C4B Las Margaritas Universidad Station.
Bus Lines 443 and 448.
Team website: 
Websites to buy tickets:
www.entradas.com
www.seatwave.es
www.spainticketbureau.com
Check for match dates in La liga calendar: Here