Benito Villamarín Stadium

Enjoy Real Betis home

The Benito Villamarín Stadium, apart from being the venue for Real Betis Balompié’s home fixtures, is the centre of all the activities of the Green-and-White institution. In constant evolution, the stadium has all the characteristics for the fans to truly enjoy when they come to watch the matches. There is a great variety of tickets that give access to the Stadium, that has a total capacity of 60,721 spectators. Supporters can choose the area of the ground from where they wish to follow their club.

Amongst the options, the numerous VIP boxes and Premium Areas outstand from the rest. There are 25 boxes in Fondo and 21 boxes in Gol Norte. They all have excellent facilities and are available in different sizes to accommodate 13, 15, or 19 people. When attending to a live match, the guests can also see highlights and replays on the television screens provided.

The recently completed works in Gol Sur have come with the creation of a new Premium Area for 395 spectators. This space, known as Gol Sur Experience, gives the opportunity of enjoying a musical and gourmet experience in one of the best locations in the stands.

Remember, you can visit the Real Betis Balompié stadium with the guided Betis Tour. On this trip around the stadium you will discover the past and present of our club in an entertaining way. An essential experience for all Betis fans.

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The refurbished Villamarín also presents a new lighting with more sustainable solutions. This installation allows to create light effects and shows. Also, the Stadium can support match recordings in 4K format.

Also, Benito Villamarín Stadium has two parking zones -one in Gol Norte and Fondo with 230 spots; and another one in Gol Sur, for 100 vehicles. The members, upon request, can rent these spots for match days. The venue also hosts the Club offices except for the Academy, which is located in Luis del Sol Training Centre.

There are zones for journalists and media professionals so they can develop their activities. Radio booths, a zone in the stands for exclusive use of reporters, and an area beside the press conference room for graphic journalists.

The press conference room is suited with the latest technologies to create a multifunctional space, not just for the managers’ conferences, but also as a presentation room or even a classroom. There is also an area, known as mixed zone, to make post-game interviews within the criteria established by LaLiga and UEFA.

The ticket offices are located bot in Gol Norte and Fondo. The Official Store is located in the corner of Preferencia and Gol Norte. 

 

Key for the stands:

- Preferencia: West Stand.

- Fondo: East Stand.

- Gol Norte: North Stand.

- Gol Sur: South Stand.


Stadium Benito Villamarín

Turf type: natural
Dimensions: 107 x 64 m
Capacity: 60,721.
Inauguration: 1929. Refurbished in 1982, 2000 and 2017.
Architect: Antonio González Cordón, Manuel López Ruiz

Zones

  • North Stand: A. Lower Tier - B. Middle Tier- C. Upper Tier
  • Gol Sur
  • Preferencia: E. Lower Tier - F. Middle Tier - G. Upper Tier
  • Fondo: H. Lower Tier - I. Middle Tier- J. Upper Tier
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