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Sevilla 2019-2020 Fixtures

The 2019-20 Sevilla schedule has been released and we have tickets to all of Sevilla FC’s games this year both home and away.

The Seville derbies will take place in the 13th round (weekend of November 10) and the 28th round (weekend of March 15), with Real Betis hosting first and Sevilla the second.

Once again Seville will be playing in the Europa League this season, and Julen Lopetegui will be looking to add to the club’s five Europa League titles.

Going to a Seville match at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán is an incredible experience. If you have never been, here is everything you need to know for a great time in Seville including a seating chart of the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.

Sevilla 2019-2020 La Liga Schedule
20 oct: Sevilla- Levante – Buy Sevilla Tickets
27 oct: Sevilla- Getafe – Buy Sevilla Tickets
30 oct: Valencia- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets

3 nov: Sevilla- Atletico Madrid – Buy Sevilla Tickets
10 nov: Real Betis- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
24 nov: Valladolid- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets

1 dec: Sevilla- Leganes – Buy Sevilla Tickets
8 dec: Osasuna- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
15 dec: Sevilla- Villarreal – Buy Sevilla Tickets
22 dec: Mallorca- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets

5 jan: Sevilla- Athletic Bilbao – Buy Sevilla Tickets
19 jan: Real Madrid- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
26 jan: Sevilla- Granada – Buy Sevilla Tickets

2 feb: Sevilla- Alaves – Buy Sevilla Tickets
9 feb: Celta Vigo- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
16 feb: Sevilla- Espanyol – Buy Sevilla Tickets
23 feb: Getafe- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets

1 mar: Sevilla- Osasuna – Buy Sevilla Tickets
8 mar: Atletico Madrid- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
15 mar: Sevilla- Real Betis – Buy Sevilla Tickets
22 mar: Levante- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets

5 apr: Sevilla- Barcelona – Buy Sevilla Tickets
12 apr: Villarreal- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
22 apr: Sevilla- Valladolid – Buy Sevilla Tickets
26 apr: Leganes- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets

3 may: Sevilla- Eibar – Buy Sevilla Tickets
10 may: Athletic Bilbao- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
13 may: Sevilla- Mallorca – Buy Sevilla Tickets
17 may: Real Sociedad- Sevilla – Buy Sevilla Tickets
24 may: Sevilla- Valencia – Buy Sevilla Tickets

Directions To The Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán is located in central Seville at walking distance from the city centre and the main railway station.

The walk from the cathedral in Seville’s historic centre (located west of the stadium) can be made in half an hour. From the main railway station 10 minutes should be enough to reach the stadium on foot.

Alternatively, one can take the metro to the stadium. Stations Nervión and Gran Plaza on Seville’s only line 1 are closest to the stadium. Station P. Jerez is located in the south of the historic centre.

Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán lies one block off Luis de Morales avenue, which circles Seville’s centre on its east. If arriving by car from Seville ring road further east (A4), take one of the large avenues toward Seville’s city centre, and, at approach of the centre, turn onto Luis de Morales (named differently further north or south).

Know The Pitch: Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan or R.S.P. for the sake of brevity is the home to Sevilla which over the last five seasons has been one of the most impressive squads in all of Spain.  A member of the big three (Real Madrid,Barcelona, Sevilla) this could be the year Sevilla earns some more respect by taking home a Champions League title.

R.S.P. is a legendary stadium for many reasons.  It has been home to some of the biggest matches ever played in La Liga and is also home to one of the most impressive wacky facts around today.  The Spanish national squad has never lost a single match in R.S.P. making it among the luckiest stadiums in all of the world.  In fact why doesn’t Spain just play all of their home matches in R.S.P.  Odds would be heavily against them to lose at some point, but if it is broken don’t fix it.

Sometimes referred to as La Bombonera, R.P.S. as stated earlier has seen some of the best football matches ever hosted in Spain.  It was the venue selected for the World Cup semi-final match between Germany and France.  It also was the final venue for the 1986 European Cup final as well.  Sevilla has only lost one match in the stadium during European play as well.

Built in 1957, the stadium holds around 46,000 seats making it among the bigger venues in all of Spain.  Sevilla and Spain’s national team both hope to continue their winning ways in Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.  After fifty years both clubs have only lost one total match in tournament play on the grounds.