Where to Buy Napoli Football Tickets

by Paul Joseph  |  Published February 6, 2023

Renowned for having one of the most passionate fan bases in world football, a trip to watch Italian club Napoli in action always makes for a memorable experience.

A match at Napoli’s Stadio Diego Armando Maradona stadium (Photo: Erik Cleves Kristensen via Flickr / CC BY 2.0)

Named after the iconic Argentinian footballer who played for the club in the 1980s, inspiring them to their first ever Seria A Italian Championship in 1987, Napoli play their home games at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona stadium  in the western Fuorigrotta suburb of Naples. If you have a fan card, matchday tickets can often be bought directly at the stadium, but tourists will need to look elsewhere. Luckily, there are a number of online platforms offering tickets for Naples home games – and we’ve reviewed two of them below.


Viagogo are a well-established ticket resale and exchange platform and our favourite pick for finding tickets for Napoli home matches. The website is simple to navigate and if you book more than one ticket, the seats are guaranteed to be next to each other, so you won’t be separated from your friends. All tickets bought via Viagogo are issued as E-Tickets, so you don’t need to stress about them getting lost on the way to you.

As for availability, when we searched for Napoli games, there were tickets on offer for most fixtures, with pricing as low as €40 for certain lower profile fixtures such as Cremonese. There are, however, some add-on costs to look out for. If you’re a seller, Viagogo will charge you 15% of the total ticket price, and if you’re a buyer, you’ll have to pay 20%-30% of the total ticket price on top.

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Sports Events 365

An alternative option for finding Napoli tickets is Sports Events 365, an international ticket broker founded in 2006. They’ve developed a unique search engine and sell tens of thousands of tickets to customers across 150 countries. Rather than an online marketplace or ticket exchange website, they are a direct supplier and therefore can speak to clients directly, 7 days a week, and are committed to being honest, cheap, trustworthy and efficient while handling your order. When we searched for Napoli home games, we found tickets for most fixtures, with prices starting at €77 euros for a match versus Hellas Verona, plus a €12 euro service fee. Delivery can be in the form of an E-Ticket or physical tickets, which can either be sent to your home or a hotel if you prefer.

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