It’s no surprise that the most popular club fixture on the planet is Barcelona vs. Real Madrid, or El Clásico. Over 400 million people worldwide tuned in when these teams last met in April, with only 1.9 million of those viewers coming from the United States. Inside the stadium, El Clásico shatters attendance records. The crowd at Camp Nou in April totaled 99,264, more than the EURO 2016 Final and Super Bowl 50.
It may have a larger audience than the Super Bowl, but the high capacity stadium means that tickets aren’t as expensive. Still, it’s not cheap if you want to see El Clásico up close. On ticket site viagogo, tickets in the far back corners of Camp Nou were priced at just over $150. For the lower-level areas, tickets started at around $420 with VIP packages priced as high as $1,349.99
On ticketbis, which is owned by Stub Hub, the cheapest seats listed were $246. At the other end of the spectrum, lower-level seats in the midfield area were going for over $5,300.
For comparison, tickets for Barcelona’s next home match against Espanyol is priced at just over $72.