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Outside the glamour and the attention of the great teams of the capital, we find one of the most peculiar clubs that there is not only in Madrid but in all Spain, Rayo Vallecano.
Located in the southwest of the city, Vallecas is a proud working-class neighbourhood, aware of many social causes and one of the first teams to create a women’s section. Rayo Vallecano is attached to its people and is proud of its values, which is why living a match in its small but noisy stadium of only three stands is quite an adventure.
A neighbourhood team but names such as former Madrid players Laurie Cunningham and Hugo Sánchez, Toni Polster, Wilfred Agbonavbare, Guilherme or the team’s current striker, “Tigre” Falcao, who is the latest great player to be seduced by the Rayista history.
The match day experience will begin by meeting at Portazgo Metro Station, in the centre of Vallecas where we will enjoy the pre-match atmosphere in the surroundings of the stadium, I’ll show you the graffitis of the stadium and have a few “cañas” to get to know each other a little bit better and tell you some anecdotes about Rayo Vallecano, all of this before entering the stadium to start enjoying an experience different from the others.
By the way, I’m from Vallecas so…I can’t wait to show you all of this!
List of games for which this Matchday Experience is open :
Dates and Times may not have been defined just yet (TBC). In which cases, days are given as indications. Games can be rescheduled by La Liga from Friday to Sunday. We strongly reccomend you to be available on site for this whole time window, in order to make sure you can actually attend the game you came to see. Feel free to ask your host Diego for any information regarding the scheduling of the games.
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As of October 2021 Spain’s stadiums have resumed opening at 100% capacity.
However please note that this is subject to immediate change without notice and that Homefans and our local hosts have no control over this.
As of now this is not required to enter the stadium however there is always the possibility that this will change. Also given that proof of vaccination and/or negative PCR is required for entry to Spain we advise you to consider this in your travel plans.
We publish the latest information we have from the clubs regarding the schedule. However these are tentative. For weekend fixtures matches can take place any time from Friday to Sunday. For midweek matches you should be prepared for the match to take place one day earlier or later than stated. Please consider this when making your wider travel plans.
Please refer to the inclusions section, where we know we will always mention this here.
In the rare cases nothing is mentioned this means it can vary match to match based on availability. We always strive for the long side with the home supporters. You can always contact us for more information based on the fixture you are interested in.
The maximum number of people the host will allow is stated above. However this number may not always be met and it may even be possible that your party is on the tour on your own. Higher numbers make for a more sociable experience, lower numbers make for more personalised attention from your host. Look at it as a win/win!
Where we can accept children there is an option for children in the booking flow. However in many cases our local hosts take the decision, based on the content of the tour, to open this up to adults only. If you are looking to travel with under 18’s, please feel free to contact us and we can discuss your options.
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