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The San Mamés Stadium ticket offices are usually open from the day before the match up until kick-off during the following opening hours:
The day before the match: From 10:30am to 1:30pm and from 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Match day: From 10:30am to 1:00pm and from 2 hours before the match
Further information is officially announced the week before each match on the website’s ‘latest news’ section.
Tickets for people with reduced mobility, who occupy the last row on the first tier and have unobstructed access from the street, can only be purchased at the San Mamés ticket offices.
It is essential to present the original certificate of reduced mobility and ID of the person requiring this type of ticket.
The Club will provide a ticket (free of charge) for a companion as long as the reduced mobility certificate indicates the need for assistance from a third person. Their name and surname must be provided at the time of purchase.
For general information, it is hereby communicated that, in accordance with current legislation (RD 203/2010), tickets will be sold exclusively through the visiting Club/SAD, and for an area which is duly separated from the home fans.
Athletic Club reserves the right to deny access to the stadium to any fan of the visiting team holding tickets purchased through other channels and which are not located in the area set aside for this purpose.
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Palacio Euskalduna’s car park is a seven-minute walk away from San Mamés Stadium. + Info