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Atletico Madrid vs Valencia

Monday 16 April 2012 18:11
Written by spainticketsblog

Source: atrapalo.com

This year’s Europa League speaks Spanish. Three of the four teams which are to play the semifinals also compete in La Liga so at least one of them will reach the final of one of the top football competitions in Europe.

Athletic Bilbao, Valencia and Atletico Madrid are the Spanish representatives in this year’s semifinals. Athletic Bilbao will fight against Sporting Lisboa to reach the final, and Atletico Madrid and Valencia will face each other in the other semifinal.

The first-leg of the semifinals between Atletico Madrid and Valencia will take place on Thursday 19th April at the Vicente Calderon. The two teams know how the other plays football since both are La Liga teams, but their high level and the importance of this match means that everything unpredictable.

The ‘Colchonores’ (Atletico players), led by their boss ‘Cholo’ Simeone, will try to achieve a good match at home and score goals because they know that the second-leg at Mestalla could be very hard one.

On the other hand, Unay Emery’s Valencia will play to their full potential in the Vicente Calderon match in order to play the second-leg at Mestalla in front of their fans without as much pressure. Moreover, Valencia are not playing as well as they would like in La Liga so they will try to succeed in the Champions League.

The Atletico Madrid vs Valencia match will be a show in which we will see the best football and a lot of goals… Buy your Atletico Madrid vs Valencia tickets!

 

Atletico Madrid vs Valencia

Monday 16 April 2012 18:06
Written by spainticketsblog

Fuente: atrapalo.com

La Europa League de esta temporada habla más que nunca español. Tres de los cuatro equipos que jugarán las semifinales son de la Liga BBVA, por lo que está asegurado un representante de los nuestros en la final del segundo torneo más importante de Europa a nivel de clubes.

Athletic de Bilbao, Valencia y Atlético de Madrid son los tres representantes de la liga española en las semifinales de la Europa League de este año. El Athletic se jugará el pase a la final frente al Sporting de Lisboa, por lo que Atlético y Valencia no tendrán más remedio que verse las caras en la otra semifinal.

La ida de las semis entre Atlético de Madrid y Valencia se jugará el  jueves 19 de abril en el Vicente Calderón. Serán los primeros 90 minutos de la eliminatoria y por lo tanto el primer contacto entre uno y otro equipo que, pese a conocerse lo suficiente, el hecho de tratarse de un encuentro tan importante y de la calidad que tienen ambos hace que no haya nada previsible.

Los ‘colchoneros’, bajo el mando del ‘Cholo’ Simeone, intentarán hacer un buen partido en casa, y sobretodo marcar goles, apara poder tener la eliminatoria encarrilada, conscientes del durísimo trago que puede significar la vuelta en Mestalla.

Por su parte, el Valencia de Unay Emery, ahora que no pasa por su mejor momento en la liga después de perder la tercera posición, sacará todo su potencial en el Calderón para empezar a culminar un posible pase a la final que acabaría de culminarse en la capital del Turia en el partido de vuelta frente a su afición.

Goles, calidad y espectáculo es lo que mejor define el partido de ida entre Atlético y Valencia de las semifinales de la Europa League. ¡Compra ahora tus entradas para el Atlético Madrid-Valencia!

 

Champions League and Europa League (18-24 Oct)

Wednesday 20 October 2010 12:00
Written by Spain Tickets Online

Yesterday Real Madrid won over AC Milan, his fourth consecutive victory in the Champions League. A good match where the team from Madrid took revenge on last year’s defeat, when AC Milan won at Santiago Bernabeu, 2-3. Mourinho was confident, and looks like this may be their year.

Also, today we will see Barça play against Kobenhavn without Milito, who is injured. Kobenhavn, Group D’s leader, hasn’t played before on the Camp Nou, but has managed to win over greater teams such as Rubin Kazan or Panathinaikos. The doubt now is wether they’ll be able to win in Barcelona too.

And let’s not forget the UEFA Europe League, because tomorrow Atletico faces Rosenborg, and needs a victory. Atletico’s manager admits his team doesn’t know much about the Norwegian team, but they’ll do their best.

Anyway, remember that if you want tickets to see any major football events played in Spain, our web is the web you’re looking for. Enjoy these days of pure football!

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