Camp Nou

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General Information

The Camp Nou is a football stadium in Barcelona, which is home to FC Barcelona. It has been the home of FC Barcelona since its completion in 1957 and is one of the most well know football stadiums in the world due mainly to the success of its football team. The Camp Nou is the biggest football stadium in Europe and the second biggest in the world, the stadium has a capacity of 99,354. The build of the stadium was started in 1954 and was completed in 1957, it has since been expanded in 1982 and renovated in 1995 and 2008. The Stadium has hosted two European Cup Finals in 1989 and 1999. It has also hosted other major footballing events, hosting the Olympics and World Cup competitions. Plans have been announced to redevelop the Camp Nou further in the near future.

Getting there

The stadium is situated outside of the city centre. The best way to get there is on the metro, take line 3 to ‘Les Corts’. The next two stations, ‘Maria Cristina’ and ‘Palau Reial’, are equal alternatives.

Opening Times and Admission

The obvious way to visit the Camp Nou is on a Barcelona match day, tickets are fairly easy to obtain for most matches with them being sold through the club website as well as the onsite ticket office. Another option is to go on a paid tour of the stadium which is operated by the club, this will take you around the stadium and give you a history of not only the stadium but the football club with a visit to the Museum amongst other areas of the stadium that is visited on the tour. The tour costs 24.50 euros and runs daily.

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Posted: 24 Sep 2019, 13:43

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Dated

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The city's people are proud of their team and rightly so, the stadium however is a bit dated and is in need of some scheduled TLC. The tour of the stadium is ok. Look forward to visiting the stadium when its been renovated.

Posted: 22 Mar 2019, 22:49

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Attended the arena tour with my husband. Really friendly and knowledgeable staff and the tour seemed to be very extensive. Really learnt more about soccer and Barcelona's soccer team.

Posted: 29 Mar 2018, 14:50

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Great day out

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We went to Camp Nou as a family to tour the stadium, not for a match day. Was a great day, got to see and lift the champions league trophy and see all areas including changing rooms and the players fitness suit/spa. Was upset we couldn't go on the pitch, but respect the reasons why. Shop had lots of great memorabilia including green screened photos with players, and getting the official football kit. Obvious these things are expensive, but worth it if football fans.

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