The Camp Nou stadium is home to the football club FC Barcelona. The Camp Nou is the largest football stadium in Europe, after the renauturation of the Central Stadium in Leipzig.
In September 1957 the Camp Nou was inaugurated after three years of construction. During the World Cup 1982, the stadium was enhanced to the highest rank.
The stadium was originally equipped with approximately 120,000 seats after the expansion. Because of requirements of UEFA, the space was reduced to about 98,000 seats.
The Camp Nou stadium is 48 metres high, 250 metres long and 220 metres wide. In total, the stadium includes an area of 55,000 m2. All seats can be evacuated within 5 minutes.
Temporary, it was supposed to get enlarged again so that there's capacity for 115,000 spectators which would almost be the original capacity. However the plans were put on hold due to the club's depts.
On 17 November 1982 Pope John Paul II visited Camp Nou and preached in front of 120,000 believers. He has been a member of FC Barcelona since then.
A football fan will certainly also be interested in the Museum of FC Barcelona. A highlight of the tour of the tour is a look at the stadium from the gallery.
The Football Club Barcelona, or Barça (read: barssa), exsists since the 18th November 1899. Initiator was the Swiss-born Hans Gamber. The jersey colours red and blue are in honour of FC Basel, in which Gamber played as captain. The team of FC Barcelona traditionally takes the field without jersey advertising, which is certainly unique in professional football. Only from 2005, the FC Barcelona supports the own Foundation's Children's Fund UNICEF which also was the emblem of the organisation.
The FC Barcelona is with nearly 160,000 members the world's largest association. Several sports sections, such as handball, football, hockey, basketball are counted among the FC Barcelona.
The draft of the new stadium extension was presented to the public, on 22 September 2007. The renowned architectural firm Norman Foster received the contract for the planning or the stadium renovation. The renovation plans were put on hold for now, due to the club's heavy depts. Little projects, like for example the new constructions of the basketball stadium are preffered.
The aim of the new building was to give the stadium its own distinctive appearance, with the unmistakable connection to the FC Barcelona. In addition, there will be some improvements. There will be new VIP areas, the logistics will be improved facilities for the media will be improved, barriers for people with disabilities fall away. And most important, the stadium almost gets its old capacity back. In the Nou Camp Nou 115,000 people are supposed to be able to watch a football game, it is then the largest football stadium in the world.
The facade can be illuminated similar to the Allianz Arena in Munich, adjustable to the time of day and the event. Also modernistic elements can be found in the stadium.
Carrer Aristides Maillol
Metro: Les Corts (L3), Collblanc (L5)
Bus Turístic: Futbol Club Barcelona
Museum and Camp Nou visit:
06.01.2016 to 18.03.2016: Mon. to Sat. 10:00 to 18:30, Sun. 10:00 to 14:30
19.03.2016 to 16.10.2016: daily 09:30 to 19:30
17.10.2016 to 18.12.2016: Mon. bis Sat. 10:00 to 18:30, Sun. 10:00 to 14:30
19.12.2016 to 31.12.2016: 09:30 to 19:30
Closed on 25 Dec. and 1 Jan.
On days of matches the Camp Nou tour is not available, Museum from 10-14.00.
The prvious day of a Champions League game, the tour is not open.
Museum and Camp Nou tour:
Adult: € 28.00
Children 6-13 years/students/seniors/handicaped: € 22.00
Barcelona Card: 5% discount
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Advice for the visit of the Camp Nou
For the tour, we recommend to plan about 1.5 hours. By Bus Turístic stops outside the entrance to the stadium.
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Tickets for home games of FC Barcelona
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Training of the team
The practice takes place daily, in the morning and afternoon. The two practice fields are the Mini Estadi, at least 16,000 spectators are able to watch, or on the training ground "La Mesía" close to the Camp Nou. The small stadium is often open to the public. The times will be announced in the sports newspaper "Sport" and "Mundo Deportivo".
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