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It seems Real Madrid‘s depth will be tested in a busy October. Real Madrid’s schedule is about to get very very busy. The Whites will start playing twice a week and while they will take a FIFA break in the second half of September they will play no less than nine matches in October.

9 matches on Real Madrid’s calendar in October

The schedule has been a hot topic for the 2022-2023 season due to the winter FIFA World Cup and now Los Blancos must prepare for the future. The information will be updated according to the club’s performance in each of the competitions it participates in.

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Real Madrid’s nine games in October:

Real Madrid vs Osasuna

Real Madrid vs Shakhtar

Shakhtar Getafe vs Real Madrid

Shakhtar vs Real Madrid

Real Madrid vs Barcelona

Elche vs Real Madrid

Real Madrid vs Sevilla

Leipzig vs Real Madrid

Real Madrid vs Girona

As you can see this is a difficult and crucial period with Madrid visiting Shakhtar, hosting Barcelona in the first EI Clasico of the season, and then hosting Sevilla a week later. Carlo Ancelotti will have to make sure his players are fit and fresh this month as he will be forced to rotate a bit.

Stadium & other facts about Real Madrid matches

When Real Madrid CF play at home they play at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium which was built in the late 1940s and renovated in 1982 and 2001. Today it has a capacity of 85,500 people.


The Spanish football season usually runs from August to May with La Liga being the main competition. So the chances of playing in Madrid are very high. The city has two teams Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid each of which plays at home alternatively each week.

Demand for tickets to some games is very high. For example, games involving FC Barcelona, Sevilla Valencia and of course Real Madrid vs Atletico are very popular.

Tips to buy a Real Madrid ticket

Buy your Real Madrid tickets here!

tips to buy best seats for real madrid matches

These tips will help you choose your seat:

  • First and most importantly look at the seating chart.
  • The best areas in order of importance are Lateral Esteundefined Lateral Oesteundefined Fondo Surundefined and Fondo Norte.
  • For obvious reasons the better the seat the more expensive it is.
  • The best seats are located on each side of the court allowing you to set one goal on the left and another on the right. Those closer to the midfield and the center stand are the best.
  • The only sheltered areas inside the Santiago Bernabeu stadium are the Gradas Alta y Baja area and the Tribuna back row area. The rest of the seats are uncovered. Remind to bring an umbrella if it’s likely to rain.
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