The Puskás Aréna is the new home of Hungarian football, opened on the 15th November 2019 with a international match between Hungary and Uruguay. Built on the site of the former Ferenc Puskás Stadium, both grounds were named after the legendary player who is considered one of the greatest of all time, leading the country through its glory years of the late 1940s and early 1950s.
Prior to building work even starting at the stadium, the Puskás Aréna was chosen as one of the venues of the UEFA Euro 2020 and hosted three group matches and a Round of 16 match with Czech Republic defeating the Netherlands 2-0. The 2019 UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, in which Lyon defeated Barcelona 4-1 was also held there.
Tenants: Hungary national football team
Tickets at Puskás Aréna
Hungary national football team Tickets
Tickets Hungary international matches are available to purchase on the ticketing section of the Hungarian Football Federation website here. Ticket information for upcoming matches will be published on the Hungarian Football Federation website.
Location & Travel to Puskás Aréna
The Puskás Aréna is located in Zugló, the 14th district of Hungary’s capital, Budapest and approximately 4 kilometres from the city centre.
Air: The Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is located about 24km away from Budapest, with flights to many European destinations as well as North America.
The city can be reached by bus in about 25 minutes, with bus route 100E running to Deák Ferenc tér in the city centre, costing 900 HUF. Alternatively, bus route 200E runs to the nearest metro station at Köbánya-Kispest, where you can catch Line 3 of the metro to the city.
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Metro – The Puskás Ferenc Stadion metro station is located just a short 5 minute walk from the Puskás Aréna. The station is on line 2 of the Budapest Metro, with a running time of less than 10 minutes from Deák Ferenc tér metro station in the centre of the city.
Train – The main train station in the city is Budapest-Keleti, with inter-city trains across the country and international services to Austria (Vienna & Salzburg), Croatia (Zagreb), Czech Republic (Prague), Germany (Munich), Slovakia (Bratislava), and Romania (Bucharest).
The Budapest-Keleti train station is then just a 15 minute walk from Puskás Aréna.
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Trolleybus – Trolleybus 75 runs from Jászai Mari tér to the Puskás Ferenc Stadion, stopping at the Puskás Aréna.
Walk – It is possible to walk to the Puskás Aréna from central Budapest in 45-55 minutes.