If you are in Madrid, make a pilgrimage to the stadium of Real Madrid, arguably the greatest club side in world soccer. Real Madrid celebrated its centenary in 2002 by winning the European Cup, Europe's premier club trophy, for a record ninth time. Old Cliffie was there in 1960 at what has come to be regarded as the greatest European Cup Final of all time, when Real Madrid with the legendary Di Stefano, Gento and Puskas beat Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3 to win the European Cup for a fifth season in a row.
Real Madrid, officially the best football team of the 20th Century, play at the famous Santiago Bernabéu stadium located near the Paseo de Castellana in Calle Concha Espina(Metro: Santiago Bernabéu, Line 10). The Bernabéu Stadium has capacity for around 90,000 seated spectators and was built in 1947.
Tickets for Real Madrid games can be obtained by calling (+34) 902-324-324. You may have to specify that you need an English-speaking operator. Tickets generally go on sale several days before each game, can be paid for over the phone with a credit card and later collected at Taquilla 14 (Gate 14) at the stadium on the day of the game.
The official Real Madrid site is at http://www.RealMadrid.com.
The line for the Football museum was very long, much much longer than the line to get tickets. Make sure to go early if you want to get in.
Beware, If you can't handle smoking they alow it in the stadium. The guy next to me must of smoked a pack of cigerettes during the game. It was still fun to be there.
Real Madrid's house.
Take your time and visit this beautiful stadium of the historic football club.
Do a tour of the Estadio Bernabeu for 9 euros. I went during season adn got to see the entire Real Madrid team training- heaven!