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Sevilla Atlético

Ground: Campo Nervión

Visits: 1

Date: 19th February 2018

Match: Sevilla Atlético - Almeria  0-3  (Segunda División)

Attendance: 993

At first I was hoping for Real Betis v Real Madrid to be played on Saturday. In that case I would go to Atletico Madrid v Athletic Club on Sunday evening (both those clubs played in the Europa League on Thursday evening). In the end having to go to Sevilla on Sunday was an easy choice though. Real Betis v Real Madrid had a 20.45 kick-off time meaning I could easily do a double this Sunday. In Segunda División there is always a 12.00 game on Sundays and today that game was Sevilla Atlético v Almeria. At 05.45 my alarm buzzed and at 7am my AVE-train left Madrid Atocha station. Shortly before 10 am I was in Sevilla and having to leave early I still had not eaten this morning. No cafés being open at Atocha before 7am on Sundays! I found a café at Sevilla Santa Justa station though and could finally have my breakfast. My hotel was only a short walk, around 5 minutes, from the station and to my surprise my room was already ready. I even got an upgrade to a Superior room! After checking in and leaving my bags in my room I made the 10-12 minute walk to Nervion metro station, passing Sevilla FC´s Estadio Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan on the way. It was almost exactly to the day one year ago I attended a game there btw. Anyway, from Nervion I then used the metro to Pablo de Olivade station, which is close to Sevilla FC´s training complex. At this complex Sevilla Atlético, the reserve team of Sevilla FC, play their games at a ground called Campo Nervion.

The ground was, at least for a reserve team, not bad with stands on three sides. The main stand is covered and has around 1 500 seats. Tickets were only €5 and you could then sit wherever you liked. I watched the first 30 minutes from the main stand but wanting some sun I then moved to the other side. Almeria brought 50-60 fans to Sevilla for this game and those fans had a nice day at Campo Nervion. Sevilla Atlético are bottom of the table and having seen the live I can understand why. Almeria were by far the better team and deservedly won 3-0. The three points mean Almeria move away from the relegation zone. After the final whistle I went back to the city centre where I had a late lunch.

Camp-Nervion.JPGCampo Nervion, view from the metro station


Ticket office

Seating-plan.JPGSeating plan

North-Stand.JPGNorth Stand

East-Stand.JPGEast Stand

South-End.JPGSouth End

West-Stand.JPGWest Stand

Players-entering.JPGPlayers and officals entering


North-Stand2.JPGNorth Stand

Camera-man.JPGCamera man

Spelbild2.JPGView of play


East Stand


Almeria fans


View of play


West Stand