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How to buy Napoli tickets: Prices, membership, essential guide to cheap Serie A tickets 2023/24

Buying Napoli tickets guarantees you an unforgettable experience, with fans of the club known as some of the most passionate in all of Europe. A trip to the South of Italy to sit in a stadium named after the Argentinian football legend Diego Armando Maradona could prove to be one of a most unforgettable footballing experience.

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Napoli tickets & prices at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona

Napoli season tickets: Pricing, availability

Season tickets for the 23/24 season are no longer on sale so far into the season. 

Napoli matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability

Napoli tickets are available for practically all scheduled home fixtures. Despite being the biggest club on the south coast the attendance numbers for years haven’t been great so anyone that decides to buy Napoli tickets and go watch them live should be able to do so easily enough. 

Napoli tickets tend to be mainly e-tickets, so one can buy them from the official website of the club but also from the many various online platforms that sell tickets. Usually there is a service fee of between €8 and €12 per ticket if buying from one of these websites. 

In terms of prices Napoli tickets vary widely for individual matchdays depending on the strength of the opposition. Against smaller teams tickets could come as cheap as €39 but for the clashes against the top teams and the matches in the Champions League the asking price could be as high as €185.

Do I need a membership to buy Napoli tickets?

You don’t need any form of membership to buy Napoli tickets. However, tickets are also sold first and at discounted prices to those who have such a membership, so if you have plans to become a regular visitor of Stadio Diego Armando Maradona we recommend you buy yourself one. 

How to get a Napoli membership

Napoli membership is very easy to obtain and at the moment of writing Napoli football club actually offers it for free. To obtain it you need to go to the club website and simply register, once that is done you’ll start receiving offers for discounted tickets for upcoming fixtures. 

The Napoli membership also gives you exclusive access to restricted digital content, allows you to take part in surveys and quizzes organised by the club and allows you to receive the latest news from the camp of the Azzuri directly in your mailbox. 

Napoli seating plan at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona

Stadium plan for Stadio Diego Armando Maradona
From SC Napoli's official website page

Napoli hospitality tickets

Napoli tickets don’t have many hospitality options, unlike other clubs. There are of course the standard VIP boxes and family areas and for those the ticket price varies from €220 to €450 depending on the number of people, between 2 and 6 usually, meals ordered and the access to the squad wanted. 

Napoli tickets FAQs

How to get to Stadio Diego Armando Maradona at Napoli

The drive from the only airport in the area ‘Naples International’ is only 25 minutes to the stadium. Taxis will readily take you there, or if you want to drive you’ll have to deal with the very limited parking spaces around Stadio

Diego Armando Maradona. The best bet to find a parking space is east of the stadium where a few options are a possibility – The Euroimpresa outside of Mostra Station, and two Autorimessa car parks just off of Via Lepanto. The address for satnav is as follows: Stadio Diego Armando Maradona – Piazzale Vincenzo Tecchio, 80125 Naples, Italy.

If you want to use public transport it’s not the most straightforward journey but Naples city centre is close enough so it usually won’t take you more than 20-30 minutes to make it from there to the stadium. From Naples centre get on line 2 on the metro to Campi Flegrei or hop on the train from the Garibaldi Station to the Napoli Campi Flegrei. There look for the 615 bus which will take you straight to the stadium. You can, of course, look for the 615 bus from various other locations around Naples and it always stops right at the stadium. 

How can I get Napoli away tickets?

The away tickets are first offered to season ticket holders and those with memberships. Any unsold tickets, often there are some, get on general sale and checking Napoli’s website for such tickets is the easiest way to obtain them. 

Of course, there are many online sites offering away Napoli tickets for resale you just have to be aware and guard against fraud but this is also a pretty common way to find such tickets. 

How can I get cheap Napoli tickets?

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There are multiple online platforms that offer cheap Napoli tickets. They all have registered members that sell or resell such tickets but in any case you do your diligent checks before buying one to make sure you’re purchasing a genuine ticket. 

Can I do a stadium tour of Stadio Diego Armando Maradona?

Tours of Stadio Diego Armando Maradona are not on offer at the moment of writing. Unbelievably, there is no museum, although plans for such an addition are in the advanced stage and this may prompt the implementation of stadium tours too. 

How to watch Napoli at home

If a trip to Naples isn't possible right now, Serie A matches are shown exclusively on TNT Sports in the UK so all any viewer needs is a subscription for their TV package. 

Iskra Zecheva

For over 16 years now, Iskra had been a freelance sports writer. Football and scouting, being among the main fields of her expertise. She has dined with kings, queens and some of the most famous sports figures of the past and the present. Iskra is also a member of the largest independent union of investigative journalists. She has minority ownership at several sports clubs and knows first-hand the pains of supporting a 'small-scale' football club.

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