Camp Nou

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Camp Nou - Concert Venue | Stadium in Barcelona.
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INFO The raw energy and passion that an FC Barcelona football match generates is a spectacle well worth seeing first hand, especially if the team has a home match at the Camp Nou stadium. Though tickets can be hard to... ... read more

  • Neighborhood:

    Les Corts
  • Address:

    Carrer d’Arístides Maillol
    08028 Barcelona

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  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

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Camp Nou Information

Camp Nou - Concert Venue | Stadium in Barcelona.

The raw energy and passion that an FC Barcelona football match generates is a spectacle well worth seeing first hand, especially if the team has a home match at the Camp Nou stadium.

Though tickets can be hard to come by, fans can try their luck first at one of the ubiquitous Servicaixa locations and, failing that, can take a trip to the stadium to see if there are last-minute tickets available.

Of course, there are always scalpers lingering outside the stadium, but patrons should proceed at their own risk since scalped tickets may be valid only with the corresponding ID.

Those who can’t get into the match with the other roaring 99,000 fans can always duck into one of the many bars and restaurants in the area, all of which will have the match on.

Dedicated football buffs won’t want to miss the Camp Nou tour and museum in which they’ll be shown every corner of the stadium, the press box, and the teams’ changing rooms and may even have the opportunity to walk on the very field that has been graced by the likes of Johan Cruyff, Maradona, and Ronaldinho.

Entertainment
Football played by one of the best teams in the world, and boisterous singing and chanting from the crowd. Stadium tour available from 10am to 5:30pm every day except Sundays and match days.

Food / Miscellaneous
Around and inside the stadium are the usual restaurants, food stands, sports bars, and souvenir shops.

Prices
Tickets €30+. Camp Nou tour and museum €18.

Dress
Team colors – red and blue.

Close By
If tickets are unavailable, just watch the match at a nearby sports bar or head back toward the bars in Plaça Catalunya and Las Ramblas to enjoy the match with other die-hard fans.

Tip
The rivalry between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona is one of the most famous in sports history, so if you can get your hands on a ticket – it will cost you! – then you’re in for an unforgettable night. Whether you make it to the match or not, if Barcelona wins you can always join the fun at Plaça Catalunya where fans gather en masse to celebrate.

Camp Nou User Reviews

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Kelsey T. Jul 17, 2013
I am a little biast because I am a HUGE Barca fan! So seeing the stadium was the #1 thing for me to do while in Barcelona. The museum tour is self guided with tons of interactive technology to allow people to look up whatever information they would like to learn about. They also have a collection of the past team jerseys as well as the present. There are also all of the team's tropheys on display. The most unbelievable part of the tour was getting to see the standium. It was absolutely surreal seeing the largest stadium in Europe. The ticket prices may be a bit pricey but it is worth it, even if you aren't a soccer (futbol) fan.
Camp Nou- Exhilarating and Exciting
Daisy N. Jun 19, 2013
I visited Camp Nou before I spoke a work of Spanish, but it wasn’t long until I had learnt the only word I would need. Campeones. Admittedly I had only gone along to the football with the hope that Victor Valdes would spot and marry me, but after only a few minutes of play, I was caught up in the atmosphere which felt like hope, camaraderie and fun. And unlike my home team of Leeds United, this team was probably going to win. Barcelona play a new level of football, one that is entertaining to watch even for the least inspired fan, and the players genuinely seem to be friends, which when compared to English football, is refreshing to watch. Even for those who hate football, the atmosphere at Camp Nou is unique, and exhilarating, and bristling with excitement, and it would be a shame not to experience it.
Here comes the magic
Andrés D. May 16, 2013
Even if you don´t like soccer, you have hear about the Camp Nou from your friends, family, co workers, anyone. This stadium is one of the most emblematic structures in Spain and one of the most recognized stadiums around the world. Copa del Rey, UEFA Champions League, Eurocup are some of the competitions that have been played on the the Barcelona´s home. The vibration of the screams of thousands of passionate souls, with painted faces and hands upon the air are things that you have to experience to understand why soccer is one of the most popular sports around the globe.
Who says Soccer, says Camp Nou.
Alexandre B. Apr 29, 2013
Going to Barcelona without seeing the Camp Nou, is like goingto LA without seeing Hoolywood. The Camp nou is the stadium of the best club of soccer and it is reflected by its team. Created in 1954, this huge stadium can welcolme 99 354 persons, witch make it the biggest stadium in Europe. When you get to the Camp Nou, you can feel the team history, the passion of the supporters, the joy sharing between players and people, and the love for soccer. Moreover people can also visite the museum to discover more about titles of FC Barcelona. If I can give you an advice, get your chance to live the best sport experience ever and enjoy the victory in one of the most festive city in europe.
Més que un Club (More than a team)
Paola E. Mar 27, 2013
When you get to the Camp Nou you feel like home, you get to understand de passion of football soccer that runs through the Catalan veins. Built among the love for Football Club Barcelona, and complemented as a full pack of sports sites (Handball, Basketball and Hockey), the main stadium is one of the results of more than 100 years of pursuing a ball, of defying a dictatorship, of strenghtening the local values and of giving the people happiness through sports glory. Take a look at the museum, go with friends, and, if you are as lucky as I was, buy tickets for once in a lifetime match!
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