Camp Nou

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Officially opened on 24th of September in 1957, this concrete and iron structure, home to the FC Barcelona, was designed by architects Francesc Mitjans Miró and Josep Soteras Mauri, with the collaboration of Lorenzo García Barbón.

Meaning “new field”, the Camp Nou left the club in heavy debt when the construction cost rose to 288 million pesetas.

With a capacity of 99.354, it is the biggest stadium in Europe and it has hosted two European Cup/ Champions League Finals, two UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup Finals, among many other major football competitions.

There are many types of tours, one of them includes a Barça Virtual Experience with VR glasses, while the more expensive tour “players experience” allows the entrance to the FC Barcelona changing room, walking along the pitch and the tunnel, sitting on the press room and provides personalized photos.

The museum includes a space dedicated to Lionel Messi and a trophy gallery, besides a spectacular interactive audiovisual area dedicated to the 120 years of history of FC Barcelona.

Contacts & Details

Calle d´Aristides Maillol, 12 08028