The Camp Nou is the football stadium of the FC Barcelona. It was inaugurated in 1957 and has since had the reputation of being one of the most legendary football stadiums in the world. The capacity of 99,000 people makes it Europe's largest stadium.
Visit the Camp Nou
Not only is it a must see for football fans, but also for non-football affiliates it is worth a visit while in Barcelona. It has a museum, informing the visitors with any detail from the history of the FC Barcelona, a fan shop and even a chapel for the players. The players' tunnel, the changing facilities, the press conference room and the football pitch may be accessed accompanied by a guide on days when there are no football matches.
Current: Large renovation
Between June 2023 and November 2024, the Camp Nou stadium will be extensively renovated. The old parts of the stadium will be demolished and a new multifunctional arena will be built. During the works, the stadium will be closed. However, the FC Barcelona museum has been relocated to an unaffected space next to the stadium, where the exhibits can still be viewed during the renovation.
- Camp Nou Barcelona is the the best rated tourist attraction in Spain.
How to get there
Via “Access 14“ to the stadium (Carrer Arístides Maillol). No parking fees will be charged during the Camp Nou Experience opening hours. On match days, the car parks are available 4 hours prior to the beginning of the match.
By public transport:
By public transport, you can get to the Camp Nou by using the metro lines 3 (Aria Cristina, Palau Reial and Zona Universitària) and 5 (Collblanc and Badal).