El Museo del Atlético de Madrid en el Vicente Calderón

By | 21 October, 2011 | 0 comments

The Vicente Calderon Stadium has a surprise inside for all football fans, its museum. This valuable exhibition is considered one of the five most important and prestigious in the world of football because of the quantity and quality of the pieces kept in it.

The museum is open for visits from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 7pm. The ticket price is 6 Euros, but if you want you can also pay for a guided tour of the stadium and in this case the full price is 10 Euros.

The museum takes up 600 m2 of space and it represents the history of the whole life of this football team. In the room called “100 of red and white pride” you can find all the different T-shirts models that the footballers in this club have worn during its life, from the old-fashioned design of the first uniforms to the current and more modern one.

The most visited area is the glass displays with all the prizes and cups won by the Atletico de Madrid from its creation on 26th April 1903 thanks to the efforts of a group of Basque students up to now.

Don’t miss either the spectacular collection of boots and footballs.

Categories: Guías Madrid