Wanda Metropolitano is Spain’s newest football stadium built in 2017 as the home ground of Atlético Madrid. The people continue to call this stadium by its former name La Peineta.
Spain’s architectural marvel, the ‘Wanda Metropolitano’ is approaching its final stages of completion just in time for the start of the 2017–2018 La Liga football season. The new stadium will be the home ground of Atlético Madrid, which has played all of its home matches in alternate arenas while waiting for the stadium to be completed.
The stadium was designed by a team of architects from Cruz Y Oritz and will be able to seat more than 67,000 spectators. The stadium has a protective roof and canopy, as well as a 360-degree LED scoreboard around the entire field. The grandstand layout offers increased seating distance compared to most other stadiums, offering guests optimal comfort while watching the game. In addition to its interior, Vande Metropolitano provides 4,000 parking spaces as well as a VIP suite that can accommodate 80 people.
The VIP lounge at Wanda Metropolitano will be on par with the best in the world. Comfortable seating, quality of service, access through dedicated elevators and parking provide a whole new experience of watching a live sports match. Now you can comfortably watch football not only at the Real Madrid Santiago Bernabeu stadium, but also at another arena.
Every detail of the stadium is designed to meet the highest standards of comfort, safety and visibility. The new stadium was opened this summer and is ready to host not only Atlético Madrid matches, but also the finals of national and European competitions. The new stadium is located in one of the most important growing areas of Madrid, in the north-east of the city next to the M‑40 near the airport. More than 88,000 square meters of the complex are ready to serve Atlético fans right now.