We have tickets for every Rayo Vallecano game this season including the matches against Real Madrid, Malaga and Atletico Madrid. Rayo Vallecano play their football at the Teresa Rivero stadium and with a capacity of just over 15,500, it is the smallest stadium in La Liga and was officially opened in 1976
Although modern in terms of when it was opened, the Estadio Teresa Rivero is what you would call a small and intimate stadium. It only has 3 stands, which are steep and square and are virtually right on top of the pitch. This is fantastic if you are a spectator and want to get close to the action. A large white wall encloses the other end, where advertising is pasted (no electronic billboards here!). This wall and indeed the tiny ground is towered over by high rise flats, which give the people who live there a great view of the stadium and the game being played.
The fans themselves are extremely passionate and loyal and are there to support their team, week in and week out. It is amazing to think that this tiny ground will be entertaining the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona so if you can’t get in at the Bernabéu, you may well be able to see Real play here instead.
Rayo Vallecano 2015-16 Fixtures
January 3 Rayo Vallecano vs Real Sociedad – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
January 10 Levante UD vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
January 17 Valencia CF vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
January 24 Rayo Vallecano vs Celta de Vigo – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
January 31 Deportivo La Coruna vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
February 7 Rayo Vallecano vs UD Las Palmas – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
February 14 Sporting de Gijon vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
February 21 Rayo Vallecano vs Sevilla FC – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
February 28 Real Betis Balompie vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
March 2 Rayo Vallecano vs FC Barcelona – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
March 6 RCD Espanyol vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
March 13 Rayo Vallecano vs SD Eibar – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
March 20 Granada CF vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
April 3 Rayo Vallecano vs Getafe CF – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
April 10 Athletic Club Bilbao vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
April 17 Rayo Vallecano vs Villarreal FC – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
April 20 Malaga CF vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
April 24 Rayo Vallecano vs Real Madrid – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
May 1 Atletico de Madrid vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
May 8 Real Sociedad vs Rayo Vallecano – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
May 15 Rayo Vallecano vs Levante UD – Buy Rayo Vallecano Tickets
Getting To A Match
Madrid itself offers great transport links to and from the Teresa Rivero stadium. Here are details of the transport links to the stadium, so that you can plan your day.
The main airport that serves Madrid is Madrid Barajas International. It is situated around 12kms from the city centre. It is one of the busiest airports in Spain and transport links are very good from here. Costs into the city from the airport are around 2 Euros for the metro, 2 Euros for a bus and around 20-25 Euros for a taxi.
Address – Nuevo Vallecas, Calle Payaso Fofo 28018 Madrid
Stadium – Estadio Teresa Rivero
Metro – From the city centre jump on light blue line 1 heading southbound towards Congosto. The stop you are looking for is Portzago. The stadium is practically located right on top of the metro so as you exit at street level you will see it right in front of you. The journey should take about 20 minutes and will cost around 1.50 Euros
Bus – The buses run very regularly to Barrio de Vallecas (district of Vallecas) and past the Estadio Teresa Rivero and will take around 20 -25 minutes. Numbers to look out for are 10, 54, 57, 58 and the cost is around 2 Euros
Taxis – Taxis out to the Vallecas district and the stadium itself will take around 11 minutes from the city centre, depending upon traffic. Cost is around 15-17 Euros. There are taxis waiting when you come out of the ground, but they are on a ‘first come first serve’ basis.
Walk – Rayo Vallecano is located towards the south of the city and in reality it is too far to walk. There are plenty of metro and bus links to and from this Barrio so public transport is by far the best option