Tickets on sale for all Malaga CF LaLiga SmartBank 2022-23 matches

Tickets on sale for all Malaga CF LaLiga SmartBank 2022-23 matches

Image inside Malaga CF's La Rosaleda Stadium. Credit: Twitter@MalagaCF_en

Malaga CF has started the sale of tickets for all of their LaLiga SmartBank 2022-23 matches.

Tickets have gone on sale for all the Malaga CF matches throughout the LaLiga SmartBank 2022-23 season at the La Rosaleda Stadium. Pablo Guede’s men will play 21 home games during the regular phase of the season and tickets for all of them can now be purchased.

As reported on Tuesday, August 9, the prices for tickets for the general public range from €15 euros in Zone 2, to €50 in Zone 1 of the Grandstand. Children ‘s tickets are priced at €10.

Faithful Malaguistas will be able to purchase two tickets with a 10 per cent discount for each match played by the Blue and Whites in Martiricos. 15,000 season ticket holders are proof of the huge support Malaga enjoys. 

Last season, 322.243 fans passed through Malaga’s stadium, more than any Second Division side. In addition, the highest average attendance at LaLiga SmartBank was 15,345 fans, and yes, it was on the Costa del Sol.

Malaga CF kicks off the season away to Burgos CF on Sunday, August 14, and then on Monday, August 22, comes the first home match, at La Rosaleda, against UD Las Palmas. Loyal Malaguistas can acquire tickets from the Private Area, whilst the general public can purchase them here.

Remember Malaguista, the stadium’s ticket offices remain closed due to the works that are currently underway. To purchase tickets at the stadium, head to La Rosaleda’s Shop. For full information, you can visit the website at:

New Malaga CF coach Pablo Guede held his first pre-match press conference this Friday, August 12 at La Rosaleda. “Everyone is going to be important. The bus has already started and they are all on board”.

The club has rolled out its newest, and eleventh signing, Pablo Hervias. The right winger arrives on a free transfer from Real Valladolid CF. His contract runs until 2023 with the option of another year.


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Chris King

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