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Camp Nou: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

Camp Nou had a seating capacity of 99,354. The official ground dimensions are 245 x 153 m, but it can accommodate up to 135,000 spectators because of its terracing. Camp Nou was built in 1954 and officially opened on the 24th of September 1957 with a match between FC Barcelona and a selection of players from the city of Warsaw. It has a seating capacity of 99,354 and can accommodate up to 135,000 spectators because of its terracing.

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

History and description

The stadium has a capacity of 99,354 people. Camp Nou was built in 1954 and officially opened on the 24th of September 1957 with a match between FC Barcelona and a selection of players from the city of Warsaw. The stadium has a capacity of 99,354 people. The new stadium will replace Barcelona's previous ground, Camp de les Corts, which was still too small for the growing support of the club.

The original Camp Nou stadium held a capacity of only 92,000 spectators, but it quickly became known as the home of FC Barcelona.

The stadium was where the Euro 1964 Championships took place. It was the site of the Soviet Union's semi-final against Denmark (3-0) and Hungary's third-place match against Denmark (3-1).

The stadium hosted two Cup Winners' Cups finals in the following decades, the first in 1972 between Glasgow Rangers and Dynamo Moscow (3-2), and the second in 1982 between Barcelona and Standard de Liège (2-1).

The Camp Nou got expanded with a third tier for the 1982 World Cup, which raised capacity to 120,000 people. During the World Cup, it hosted the opening match between Belgium and Argentina (1-0), three matches in the second group stage, and the semi-final between Italy and Poland (2-0).

In 1989, AC Milan won the European Cup final against FC Steaua (4-0) and in 1999, Manchester United won the Champions League final against FC Bayern (2-1).

Barcelona converted various standing areas into seating in the early 1990s, which reduced capacity. Additional seats were created by lowering the pitch.

Until recently, Camp Nou had standing areas at the top of the third tier, but these were eventually eliminated, reducing capacity to just below 100,000.

Since its inauguration, the Camp Nou has not undergone many of the modern facilities common in most stadiums these days. For the last decade, Barcelona have been investigating whether or not redeveloping the Camp Nou is a better option than building a new stadium.

In the 2000s, the club prepared plans for a renovated Camp Nou, designed by Norman Foster. However, a lack of funding prevented the project from coming to fruition. Next, the club began studying a move to a new stadium. However, in 2014 they decided to redevelop the current stadium.

A slightly higher capacity is anticipated for the stadium, which will be over 105,000 seats. Works are planned to start in 2017 and gradually performed over four seasons to finish in 2021.

(photos of the present Camp Nou below)

How to get to Camp Nou

Camp Nou is located east of Barcelona, in a sports complex that also includes Barcelona's Mini Estadi. The stadium is easily accessible by metro. Various stations are close to the stadium, and from all of them it takes about 10 minutes to walk to the stadium.

From the city center, one can take metro line 3. Take the metro in the direction of Zona Universitària and get off at station Les Corts. The next two stations, Maria Cristina and Palau Reial, are equal alternatives. The journey from the center takes about 25 minutes.

Once off the metro, walk towards the Sagrada Familia and take the path on the right. The entrance to the park is located just past a large church.

Turn left onto the Gran Via de Carlos III and follow for a few hundred metres until you reach the Travesía de las Cortes. After a few hundred metres, turn right onto the Travesía de las Cortes and you will see the stadium on your right.

Likewise, coming from the south, take the A-2 onto the autovía and continue until you reach the B-23. If coming from the west, take the B-23 into the city which will automatically flow into the Avenida Diagonal. Likewise, coming from the south take the A-2 onto the autovía and continue until you reach the B-23.

Address: Calle Arístides Mallol 12, 08028 Barcelona

Eat, drink, and sleep near Camp Nou

Additionally, the stadium is situated just a few minutes' walk away from several large shopping malls and a number of popular nightlife districts. The available options pales in comparison to what is available in the center. It is a short metro ride away and most dining and drinking can be found in the historic center (Gothic Quarter, El Born, and Raval). There is more nightlife in the nearby beach and port areas.

There is a wide selection of hotels, hostels, and rental apartments in the area around Camp Nou. Most are typical tourist hotels and reasonably affordable.

Some guests at the NH Rallye hotel are pleased with the view of the stadium and the overall quality of service. The hotels Madanis and Madanis Liceo come in a similar price range, ranging from around 60 dollars to 80 dollars per night. Hotel Catalonia Rigoletto and Princesa Sofia Gran Hotel are more luxurious options, whereas Hotel L'Alguer is cheaper and more basic.

If you're looking for a hotel near Camp Nou, you'll find many options within close proximity of both metro lines 3 and 5. And if you're looking to stay in Barcelona's historic centre, there are plenty of accommodations available just steps away from Plaça d?Espanya.

FC Barcelona Tickets

For Barcelona games, tickets can be bought online, through the club's official website or Ticketmaster, from ticket windows at Camp Nou, or through any of the other sales outlets available, including local tourist offices and club stores. Club stores can be found on Carrer de Provença 439 near Sagrada Familia, on Plaça de Catalunya, and Maremagnum shopping centre in Barcelona's city centre. If tickets remain, these can be bought at the ticket windows of the stadium on the day of the match. Barcelona typically only sells out El Clasico and high-profile Champions League games.

There are many different websites like viagogo and Ticketbis, which offer a lot of choices. They are usually reliable, though prices can be high. When it comes to regular matches, their prices tend to be more competitive than the official ones. So if you're looking for an alternative to the official route, these websites may be a good option for you.

The price of tickets for Barcelona home games depends on the opponent. For a typical match, expect to pay between ?50.00 and ?70.00 for a top tier seat behind the goal, between ?60.00 and ?110.00 for a lower tier seat behind the goal or upper tier seat on the long sides, and between ?110.00 and ?200.00 for the better seats on the sides.

Prices for some games will be higher, including El Clasico and later stage Champions League games, and prices for some games will be lower.

Camp Nou stadium tours

The Barcelona offer self-guided stadium tours, called the Camp Nou Experience, which include a walk through the stadium with audio guide and access to the Barcelona museum. The Camp Nou Experience typically takes between 90 and 120 minutes. Private guides are available against additional payment. Tickets cost $35 for adults and $14 for children, and are available at the visitor center. The Tour opens Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm (half an hour to an hour longer in the summer months) and on Sundays until 2:30pm (all day in the summer months). Tickets cost $35 for adults and $14 for children, and are available at the Visitor Center.

There are no tours on the day of a match and there is very limited access on the day before a Champions League match. The tour costs $24.50, which includes the museum.

To reserve a spot for a group of less than 20 people, all you need to do is visit our website or call us at +34 93 496 36 00 (902 1899 00 from Spain). Alternatively, you can email us at [email protected]

Relevant Internet links

FC Barcelona's official website and tourism website is fa-barcelona.es. The public transport information and journey planner is at tmb.cat. I took a taxi to the game, but finding one after the game was near impossible. Getting a bus was also difficult because of traffic, so I ended up just walking to the train station (Placa de Sants). Glad I got to experience the Camp Nou, and would recommend it to any football fan, but if I'm ever in Barcelona again I'm definitely more likely to check out an Espanyol game.

I didn't get the same community feeling I've had at pretty much every stadium I've been to in the UK. The fan support seemed kind of hollow. The lady 2 seats over from me fell asleep in the second half.

The only good thing about this store is that the lines are short and the staff were very nice and accommodating. They also only serve non-alcoholic beer, which may be a good thing, but I was in the mood for a beer!.

Getting out was incredibly difficult. I was staying on the other side of the city in El Poblenou, so I took a taxi to the game. After getting one, it was very difficult to find a way to get back home. The bus was also difficult to use because of traffic, so I just walked to the train station (Placa de Sants).

I enjoyed visiting the Camp Nou and would definitely recommend it to any football fan. However, if I'm ever in Barcelona again I'm more likely to check out an Espanyol game.

Despite Barcelona winning 5-0, the atmosphere was nonexistent from the home fans. I would recommend a visit to the stadium as an experience, but I wouldn't want to watch football here every week!

Despite Barca winning by 5-0, the atmosphere in the stadium was not what one would expect from a home side. I would recommend visiting the stadium for an experience, but I wouldn't want to watch football here every week.

I inserted my card on the debit machine, but I never entered my PIN number. I realised that I have enough cash, so I'm calling my bank to dispute this transaction. I am also calling for the management to look into this incident.

I inserted my card onto the debit machine, but I never entered my PIN number because I realised I had enough cash. It's 3am and I will call my bank in the morning to dispute this transaction. I am calling for the management to look into this incident.

I went to watch Barcelona play Bilbao last week and the result was great- Barcelona won 6-0. However, I was disappointed with how the referee ruined the game by sending off Bilbao's goalie. I would have liked to see a more even game, but still it was amazing to experience. I was sitting right near the corner flag just at the edge of lateral/goal sud (53 euros), which was a great view of the stadium. However, I wasn't close enough to the action, and the players looked like ants from that distance. Next time I'll pay extra to sit in the middle section of the stadium so that I can be closer to the action.

I went to watch Barca v Bilbao last week and the result was a 6-0 victory for Barcelona. However, the game was ruined by the referee sending Bilbao's goalkeeper off in the second half. I would have liked to see a game that wasn't so one-sided, but it was still amazing nonetheless. I was sat right at the back of the stadium by the corner flag just on the edge of lateral/goal sud (53 euros), which made for a great view of the stadium. However, I wasn't able to see much of the action because I was too far away from it. The players looked like ants from where I was sitting! Next time, I'll pay the extra to sit in the middle section of the stadium so that I can see better what's happening.

Gavin Roger wrote: 4 September 2015 at 7:57 pm I've been to a game at the stadium once. It was an experience to watch a game there, but the stadium is old and antiquated and needs revamped.

I have been to one game at this stadium, and it was an experience to watch a game there. However, the stadium is old and antique, and it needs to be revamped.

I went to the camp Nou on the 21st of February for a game against Malaga. The result was disappointing, as Barcelona were beaten 1-0. However, the stadium itself was amazing, and it blew me away once I got inside. There's nothing bad to say about it - it's really impressive.

I’m not a Barcelona fan. I’m an Everton fan but I am really into Barcelona. I went to the camp nou on the 21st February 2015 for a game Vs Malaga and the result was disappointing; Barcelona were beaten 1-0 but the stadium overall was amazing. It blows you away once you get inside of how big it is, especially if your right up in the gods. I went 2 days before to have a look round the ground and went in the club shop. Every thing about the experience was enjoyable, but the result could of been better.

I got tickets to watch Barcelona v Ath Madrid on January 11th,2015. I've never been to a football game before, so I'm going with my daughter as she's a fan of the team and some of the players. I can't wait!

I have tickets to watch Barcelona vs. Ath Madrid on January 11th, 2015. I've never been to a soccer game before and I'm excited to go with my daughter who is a fan of the team and some of the players. Can't wait!

William Hogg wrote: 30 October 2014 at 6:48pm That Barcelona - Standard final was in 1982, not 1980. Just to let you know. The club museum is well worth a visit so that you can better understand the social and political importance of FCB.

That Barca - Standard final was in 1982, not 1980. Just to be clear, the club museum is well worth a visit so that you can better understand the social and political importance of FCB.

Victor wrote on 21 September 2014 at 2:53 am: can't wait to go see Sevilla on 23 November 2014. I've got the ticket from ticket masters for 150 euro. Lateral 2 centr. sup. Now I wish I should of wait till the day of the game. I can't wait. take care football fans.

I am so excited to go to Sevilla to see them play on 23 November 2014. I got the ticket from ticket masters for 150 euros a few weeks ago. I wish I had waited till the day of the game, but I can't wait. Take care football fans!

Some people wearing Valencia shirts sat in the middle of Barcelona fans and it was not a problem at all. I found Barcelona to be a great city to visit. Santiago Bernabeu in my opinion is better stadium, but Barcelona is a better place to go than Madrid.

Some people wearing Valencia shirts sat in the center of Barcelona fans and it was not a problem at all. I found Barcelona to be a great city to visit, with Santiago Bernabeu as my personal favorite stadium, but Barcelona is better place to go than Madrid.

Hi, I hope this email finds you well. It wasn't that important of a game anymore for Barcelona, so fewer spectators were in attendance (,50D). However, it's still a massive stadium and not as nice as Bernabeau. Best regards from Belgium.

A few less fans descended onto the field for Barca's final game of the season, as it was no longer considered as important to them. However, their large stadium was still impressive. Best of luck to them in Belgium, where they have many supporters.

John Briens wrote: On Friday, myself, Mark, and Johnny flew to Barcelona in hope of seeing EL CLASICO. As Celtic fans, we knew it would be a lifetime experience. Unfortunately, we didn't have tickets. So on Saturday morning, we left our hotel wearing our Celtic shirts and headed to the NOU CAMP in hopes of seeing the match. On our arrival, we managed to get three tickets and experienced the game of a lifetime. The Barcelona fans were magnificent with us. Be proud of your SPECIAL CLUB and THANK YOU ALL. HAIL HAIL BARCA.

On Friday myself, Mark and Johnny flew to Barcelona in hope of seeing El Clásico. As we had no tickets, we left our hotel on the Saturday morning wearing our Celtic Polo shirts and headed to the Nou Camp in hope of seeing the match. On our arrival, we managed to get three tickets and experienced the game of a lifetime. The Barcelona fans were magnificent with us. Be proud of your SPECIAL CLUB and thank you all. Hail, hail Barcelona!

Jimbo wrote on March 9, 2013 at 4:41 am: I visited Barcelona back in the 1970s. The political atmosphere at the time was incredible. Juan Carlos was making his first visit as King and Barcelona featured Cruyff and Neeskens against Atletico Madrid. The game was amazing and I still remember it vividly.

I visited Barcelona back in the 1970s. At that time, Franco had just died and Juan Carlos was making his first visit as King. My visit to Barcelona featured a game between Cruyff and Neeskins for Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid against Madrid. The game was incredible, and it was one of the best soccer games I have ever witnessed in an amazing venue!

A football enthusiast should definitely visit the stadium. I went back the next day and the tour was well worth it - it's vast and impressive. There are a few shabby areas, but overall it's awesome. If you get the chance, go see it for yourself!

What an amazing way to spend a Saturday night. I managed to get tickets for Barcelona vs Real Madrid and watched a breathtaking floodlit match among a 99,000-plus sell-out crowd. A must-see for anyone who enjoys football - or even if you don't! Went back the next day and did the stadium tour - well worth it - vast, impressive, a bit shabby but overall awesome! Just do it if you get the chance.

The city of Barcelona is an excellent, vibrant, exciting place to visit. The stadium tour was remarkable, and a pleasant change to visiting the shopping districts with my girlfriend, who also came and enjoyed herself. I have plenty of pictures in the stadium and also got to have a professional picture taken by the club's photographer with the European Cup! Not to be missed!.

The stadium tour was terrific, and a refreshing change to visiting the shopping districts with my girlfriend, who also came and enjoyed herself. I have plenty of pictures in the stadium and also got to have a professional picture taken by the club's photographer with the European Cup! Not to be missed!.

Jeremy wrote: I visited the Nou Camp in 2003. It was a highlight of my trip to an otherwise boring city. I went to the Nike store and got my shirt printed (very expensive) and did the museum. The stadium itself is massive.

I visited the Nou Camp in 2003. It was an highlight of my trip to a otherwise boring city and I really enjoyed visiting the Nike store and doing the museum. The stadium itself is huge, and I can't believe I got to see Barcelona play there!

There are several companies that offer this package, I used barcelonaticketstore.com and have no complaints. As a stadium, its a little shabby around the edges. It clearly needs a bit of a facelift in the concourses, and the atmosphere can be surprisingly quiet at times, but to see the ground full is something else!.

There are a few companies that offer this package, I used barcelonaticketstore.com and have no complaints. The stadium is a little shabby around the edges. It clearly needs a bit of a facelift in the concourses, and the atmosphere can be surprisingly quiet at times, but to see the ground full is something else!.

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Camp Nou had a seating capacity of 99,354. The official ground dimensions are 245 x 153 m, but it can accommodate up to 135,000 spectators because of its terracing. Camp Nou was built in 1954 and officially opened on the 24th of September 1957 with a match between FC Barcelona and a selection of players from the city of Warsaw. It has a seating capacity of 99,354 and can accommodate up to 135,000 spectators because of its terracing.

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