How to buy Atalanta tickets: How much do they cost, when do they go on sale?

Serie A fans who venture beyond the usual northern powerhouses in Milan and Turin will not regret a trip to the Bergamo-based entertainers Atalanta. But how do you buy Atalanta tickets, how much do they cost and when do they go on sale?


In recent seasons, Atalanta have been one of the most entertaining teams in Italy and even reached the promised land of the Champions League under the guidance of coach Gian Piero Gasperini. La Dea’s impressive recent rise has given travellers and groundhoppers all the more reason to head 50 kilometres northeast of Milan and enjoy the beautiful city of Bergamo, where the Serie A club are based.

With the formerly-named Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia – now the Gewiss Stadium until 2025 – able to accommodate around 25,000 for the 2024/25 campaign at the completion of a stadium-wide regeneration project, La Dea will have an arena to match the modern and innovative approach witnessed on the pitch since Gasperini took the reins in 2016.

Atalanta’s Gewiss Stadium. (@sampdoria_en)

How to buy Atalanta tickets?

If you want to buy Atalanta tickets, you’ll first need to go straight to the official Atalanta website, where you can find detailed information on the stadium renovation and how to navigate the area on a matchday. From there, the main ticketing page will redirect you to the Vivaticket pages and it is here that you will be able to buy Atalanta tickets.

While the Curva Sud doesn’t exist in 2023/24 during the final stages of the ongoing construction work, you have the novelty of being presented with a three-sided stadium map when selecting Atalanta tickets, but will be limited to a maximum of four tickets per Vivaticket customer account.

When do Atalanta tickets go on sale?

Tickets for Atalanta fixtures, whether for Serie A or European fixtures, can go on sale around four weeks before kick-off, but with one of the smallest stadiums, even after renovation, of the clubs regularly challenging at the top end of the standings, you will need to be quick to secure a ticket. It should be noted that Atalanta tickets often go on general sale much later, and it can be as late as the week of the game, so you will need to check regularly to see when the club announce their ticket sales schedule.

The Nerazzurri may only sell out the Gewiss Stadium once or twice a season, but they have regularly averaged over 18,000 spectators each game and will leave unexpected visitors forking out for the most expensive seats.

Unfortunately, for those who cannot monitor the website on a daily basis, there is no option to set up automatic alerts for sale dates.

How much do Atalanta tickets cost?

Marten de Roon presented with a special shirt for his 300th Atalanta appearance. (Facebook: Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio)

Atalanta‘s single-tier Curva Nord is not only the most atmospheric section, but also the cheapest. However, for visits by Italy’s most prestigious clubs, tickets can only be purchased in person at physical sale points and loaded to a Dea Card – the club’s membership system. That will set card holders back around €32, but you can purchase in advance to be on the Curva Nord for games against teams in the bottom half of the table for just €20.

If you prefer to sit along the side of the pitch, the Tribuna Rinascimento opposite the dugouts will cost between €50-70 for most fixtures, but €90-125 for more in-demand matches.

Tickets for the Tribuna Centrale start at €95 or €145 in the Tribuna d’Onore section, although Atalanta offers a 50% discount for the first 100 customers. No such reduction is available for higher-profile fixtures, though, when prices start at €170 and €250, respectively.


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