Seville Parkings in Estadio Sánchez-Pizjuán

Built in 1958, the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán is a sports venue owned by Sevilla FC. Located in the heart of Nervión, in Seville, it has hosted historical football matches and has had two great renovations.

Park in Estadio Sánchez-Pizjuán

The Estadio Sánchez-Pizjuán is located in Seville, a Spanish city located in the region of Andalusia. The soccer stadium was opened in September 1958, after two years of construction, with the match Sevilla FC against Real Jaén, and has since been renovated several times. Most recently, for example, in 2015 the entire floodlighting system of the Estadio Sánchez-Pizjuán was renewed, as well as the seating was replaced. As a result, the stadium currently seats 43,800 fans and is used by the Sevilla FC soccer team for its home games.

Parking at the Estadio Sánchez-Pizjuán

To find parking in Sevilla, we always recommend to check in advance and book online with Parkimeter. For example, on on the Parkimeter website you can find the following options for parking near the Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium: INSUR Mirador de Santa Justa, APK2 Meliá - Lebreros or SABA ADIF Estación Sevilla - Santa Justa Renfe

Parking in Estadio Sánchez-Pizjuán

If you want to park at Estadio Sánchez-Pizjuán, there is also a free outdoor parking option that can be used day and night. However, as the number of free parking spaces is limited, finding availability on Sevilla FC match days can be tricky and you will most likely need to arrive a few hours early.

Parking in Sevilla

For parking in the city of Seville, you have several options, both free and paid. We share with you some suggestions where you can book here

Sevilla FC

Sevilla FC was founded in 1890, making it one of the oldest and most traditional soccer clubs in Spain. The club is also known around the world as one of the most successful Spanish soccer clubs and is considered the record winner of the UEFA European Legua in 2022 with six titles. Sevilla FC currently competes in the Primera Division and was Spanish champion in 1946.

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