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Camp de Les Corts: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Friday, 01.July 2022 — 3min read

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The Camp de Les Cort was opened on December 15, 1922 by the president of FC Barcelona, Agustí Montal. Camp de Les Corts was the second home stadium of FC Barcelona. It served the club from 1922 until 1957 when they moved to Camp Nou. The Camp de Les Cort was opened on December 15, 1922 by the president of FC Barcelona, Agustí Montal. In 1912, the club's president Jaume Balaguer obtained an allocation of land at the Plaça de Catalunya, which would be its home until 1957. The club had been playing in various locations around Barcelona for ten years before they finally got a permanent home in 1909. The ground, however, soon became too small and the number of socios rose as Barcelona's successes increased. In 1912, club president Jaume Balaguer was successful in getting an allocation of land at the Plaça de Catalunya which would be their home until 1957.

The club built a new stadium, which was opened on May 20, 1922 with a friendly match between Barcelona and Saint Mirren. The stadium had a capacity of 22,000 at its initial opening.

However, once the Spanish national anthem was played, the crowd began booing and whistling. The Spanish authorities were not amused, so they decided to close the stadium down for a period of six months (later reduced to three months).

After being back in business, the stadium soon proved to be too small again, and so it was expanded to a capacity of 45,000.

Following a relatively unsuccessful 1930s, the subsequent civil war left Les Corts largely unchanged until after again experiencing success in the 1940s. The stadium was then expanded to a total capacity of 60,000.

The new Camp Nou was inaugurated on 14th of October 1957 with a match between Barcelona and Atlético Madrid.

Barcelona had planned to sell the land of Les Corts to a real-estate developer, but as the land was classified as a private green it first needed a rezoning. It took the club eight years to convince the reluctant local government to do this, but demolition of the stadium finally happened in 1966.

Les Corts was located near the Camp Nou stadium. A local park, Parc de Les Corts, now sits on the site where once stood Les Corts stadium.

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