Tickets for Juve & Betis

Hey everyone, Sevilla fan from USA here, looking for help and suggestions to secure tickets to the Juve & :poop: games at the Pizjuan, any help would be greatly appreciated.
Does anyone know if the Juve tix will go on sale to the general public? As of now on the website its showing its only available for ‘Subscribers.’ Does anyone know the difference between a Red Member and a White Member? Wondering if I can become a White Member and immediately buy tickets or if they are not even available for subscribers?
This will hopefully be my 4th & 5th times @ the Pizjuan.
May 2010 v. Atletlico Madrid
Dec. 2015 v. Juve (one of my favorite matchday experiences ever)
Feb. 2017 v. Athletic Bilbao
Seeing the atmosphere v. Man Utd the other week was something else, inspired me to go back. Exciting end to the season, hopefully the stars align once more and we lift the 7th and give LaLiga 5 Champions League clubs yet again. Thanks in advance for any info. Cheers.

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Any tickets left over, after season ticket holders have claimed their seat for the Juve game will go on public sale at 00:01 (central European time) on Saturday, May 13.
You will have to be very quick to grab one.
Becoming a red or white member will not entitle you to a ticket in advance of this sale.
No information is up yet for the :poop: game.

https://taquillas.sevillafc.es/mas-informacion/socios

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Welcome to the Forum @NO8DO . And nice tag, by the way.

Nothing helpful from me on tickets other than to say I’m very jealous. I am also on 3 RSP visits between 2004 and 2016, i guess on that timing I’m not due again until 2028. Then again, 2028 isn’t that far away!

Where in the US are you based? We’ve got a small gaggle of diehards heading to support the club in Guadalajara and San Francisco this summer if you’re interested or your Sevilla adventure doesn’t happen and you need a backup.

Welcome again!

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:laughing:

September 2023 we’re organizing a global meetup in RSP

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Tickets for the derby are out, if tou want to buy

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@NO8DO

I just looked and there are some seats left scattered around the stadium…mostly in the upper deck. I couldn’t find any that were seated together.

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I got two tickets on gol norte, but overall really overpriced. I’m also waiting for Juventus tickets

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General public sale of tickets for the Juve match has been pushed back to 00:01 on Sunday, May 14th.
Red and white members can buy theirs from 00:01 on Saturday May 13th.

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I got my tickets, but stadium was sold out withinh 10 minutes after midnight. Spectacle incoming!

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Hi everyone. Is there any chance that this week the tickets for general public will be available on website?

All available tickets have been sold.

So is there any way to buy tickets, or no chances at all?
I see that today, time to time there are few tickets for game with :poop: available. Any chance for the same with thursdays game?

For the :poop: game season ticket holders have the option of selling their seats back to the club, these are the odd ones that you see pop up now and again.
That option does not apply for the European games, sold out means what it says.

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Ok, now I understand, thank you for this info.
If someone have two spare tickets, please remember about me.

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“Thanks for the response guys, appreciate you sharing the info Brian. Going to try to be on the website after midnight on Saturday and land…” - this is as for as I got in typing my response to you guys haha apologies. Got swamped with stuff before my flight. Thanks for keeping the chat active and the tags just in case I could check

Long story short, I was able to attend the match. Went to 5 matches in 16 days and it was the most memorable one for quality of play as well as atmosphere (the only 1 the home team won sadly, away team won 3 of them lmao!. Biris Norte re-revealed the pregame tifo after the game, was a 30 minute fiesta after the game with light shows. Been to 40 odd games abroad but this was my 1st time experiencing extra-time pressure cooker. Pregame with the Argentinean style toilet paper being tossed out during the club hymn was bonkers too. Even the Juve ultras right by me were giving golf claps when walking out after their devastating loss

Now for the long story, viagogo is basically the European ticketmaster, there were only about 7 total tix available in the 2 weeks leading up to the game, all going north of $800 a pop, I was resigned to not going to the game, already went to Milan Derby semifinal luckily for $300, so I was preparing myself mentally to not be upset if I can’t scalp some for reasonable price. Then suddenly a block of tix appeared on Viagogo the night before the game for reasonable prices like $150 or so. Last minute tix appeared in the undesirable section near the away end. Didn’t get to go to El Gran Derbi as I was flying back home out of Madrid on Monday morning

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Sounds like you had a great trip, glad you made the game… :grinning:
The ticket you managed to grab was one of around 150 unsold by Juve & returned to Sevilla. That’s why you were near their fans.

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Was watching the game recording last night, noticed the away end is more narrow in the upper deck than the away section in the lower stands. Are they able to move the glass separating fence in the upper deck depending on the capacity the away end is supposed to hold? A security guard from the inside of the away end opened the glass door by key lock after a few Juve fans who entered the stadium through normal Sevilla section wanted to get into the pen haha seems to defeat the purpose of it

Was kinda bizarre security from what I’m used to. As was them letting Juve fans leave the stadium immediately at the final whistle. From my experience they usually keep the away end for 1 hour or even 2 hours after the game (as was the case in Napoli when I was in the away end for the Europa semifinal supporting my hometown club Dnipro)

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Thanks for the welcome message. Won’t be making it out that far but I did notice Sevilla is coming to Detroit as well. That’s more doable for me (I’m from Indy), so if any of you guys end up going to Detroit I might join you

I went to Barca v. Napoli in Ann Arbor few years back so we stayed near Detroit and took in the city for a day. Actually really nice downtown with some architectural gems from the 1920’s. Wouldn’t mind going back.

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