Address: Av. de Luis Aragonés, 4, 28022 Madrid, Spain
We recommend going by Metro, although there are several ways to get to the Wanda Metropolitano.
The connections with exit 10 of the M-40 and the A-2 from Avenida Luis Aragonés are just four minutes away from the Wanda Metropolitano. Other options start at Plaza de Grecia, in front of the façade of the stadium with Avenida de Arcentales, Niza Street and Avenida de Canillejas to Vicálvaro as main access and exit routes.
Estimated travelling time: from Avenida de América: 8 minutes; From Goya: 14 minutes; From Sol: 21 minutes and from Moncloa: 24 minutes.
A large part of the fans will arrive at the Wanda Metropolitano by metro. It will be one of the most comfortable options since the facilities will be less than a minute away from one of the largest stations of Madrid (Estadio Metropolitano, line 7).
However, there are many more options. Other alternatives are the stations of Las Rosas (line 2), Canillejas (line 5) and Las Musas (line 7).
On the other hand, the stations of Avenida de Guadalajara (line 2), San Blas (line 7), Torre Arias and Suances (line 5) are 25 minutes away on foot.
Estimated travelling time: from Avenida de América: 19 minutes; Goya: 29 minutes; Sol: 26 minutes and Moncloa: 40 minutes.
There are multiple combinations! Fifteen lines of the EMT and 20 intercity lines have stops close to the stadium. The Canillejas transport interchange will be one of the important points of connection with the city centre and the nearby population centres.
In addition, the EMT (Municipal Bus Service) will put in service, two hours before every match and one hour and a half after, a special bus service connecting Canillejas's station with the Wanda Metropolitano. The itinerary of this special line is circular, works in one sense only (clockwise) and will have five buses that will circulate every five minutes.
The special line leaves Canillejas's interchange (with connection with line 5 of the Metro and with lines 77, 101, 140, 151 and 200 of the EMT) and continues on Avenida de Luis Aragonés until Plaza de Grecia, where the Wanda Metropolitano stop is located. From this stop, it returns to Canillejas through the Avenida de Arcentales and Avenida de Canillejas and Alcalá street with an intermediate stop next to the Torre Arias Metro station.
Likewise, on matchdays, the EMT will reinforce the service of other bus lines reach the stadium: 28 (Puerta de Alcalá-Barrio de Canillejas), 38 (Manuel Becerra-Las Rosas), 48 (Manuel Becerra-Barrio de Canillejas), 140 (Pavones-Canillejas) and E2 (Felipe II-Las Rosas). The last two will increase the frequency of the service those days.
For their part, the supporters’ clubs will have a specific area located in the outdoor parking lot of the Wanda Metripolitano for their buses.
The 'Central Coslada' Cercanías train station (lines C-2 and C-7) is the closest to the Wanda Metropolitano. From it, there is a direct connection with line 7 of the metro, which connects to the facilities in just two stops.