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Barcelona: L’Estadi Camp Nou
- Updated: 21 June, 2012
Official Name: Nou Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona
Inauguration: 24 September 1956
First match: FC Barcelona-Warsaw selection 4-2
Capacity: 98,787 seats
Address: Avinguda Aristides Maillol, s/n, 08028, Barcelona
The Camp Nou is located just under 5 km north-west of Barcelona city centre and is well serviced by the excellent transport system that covers the Catalan capital.
There are a number of metro stations within easy walking distance of the Camp Nou, and two lines which take you to the stadium from the city centre. Either take line 3 (Green Line) going towards Zona Universitaria and get off at Les Corts, Maria Christina or Palau Reial.) Alternatively take line 5 (Blue Line) towards Cornella and get off at either Badal or Collblanc. The stadium is within a 10 minute walk of each stop and well signposted.
Address: Calle Arístides Mallol 12, 08028 Barcelona
Tickets for FC Barcelona games can be bought online here , by phone +34 93 496 36 00 (or 902 1899 00 from Spain), or at the ticket office at the stadium.
It is possible to purchase tickets at the stadium on the day of the match for most games, however matches against Real Madrid are sold out within hours of going on sale and are only available to FCB members. Barcelona also have a system called Seient Lluire which enables season ticket holders to release their seat for sale up to 48 hours before a game if they cannot attend so it is advised to check availability regularly.
Home matches fall into seven price categories with the majority of ticketspriced into one of four (A-D) categories. However prices are higher for games against Real Madrid (A++), RCD Espanyol, (A+), Atletico Madrid (A+), and big Uefa Champions League matches. Prices are generally lower for early round Copa del Rey matches and UCL games.
Stadium Tour and Museum
The Camp Nou Experience is a self-guided tour of the stadium and include an audio guide and access to the Barcelona club museum.
The Barcelona museum opens Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm (between October 10th and April 3rd until 6:30 pm). Tours can be taken until 7:00 pm (or 5:30 pm in winter). On Sundays the museum opens until 2:30 pm, and tours can be taken until 1:30 pm.
The Museum will be closed five hours before the begining of all home league matches while Camp Nou Tours run until four hours before the begining of the match.
There are no tours available on the day of Uefa Champions League home fixtures
Tickets for the tour cost €22.00 for Adults, €16.50 for 6 to 13 year olds, students, OAPs and members of official supporters clubs. FCB members and children under 6 have free admission.Follow @icentrocampista