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Current season ticket holders can obtain a season pass for the games at Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys

A press conference today saw FC Barcelona’s vice president of the institutional area, Elena Fort, outline the model for capacity and access to the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys. It will apply from next season for the Barça first team games played at the stadium while the work on Espai Barça is under way at the Spotify Camp Nou.

Moving games to the stadium on Montjuïc means establishing a new, completely different model for capacity and operations to the model currently in place for the Spotify Camp Nou. Given that only 49,472 seats will be available at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, and as such, not everyone will be able to attend at once, members with a season ticket at the Spotify Camp Nou will see their season ticket holder status on hold until the definitive return to the Stadium. However, all current season ticket holders will be granted preferential status should they wish to buy a season pass for one zone at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys.

Prices per zone

The new scenario means there will no longer be a third tier, and that the available areas will simply will be split into 6 zones, including a Corner Zone that doesn’t exist in the Spotify Camp Nou. The price for this new zone is between the prices for the goal or lateral seating areas.

The prices for a season pass for each zone are as follows: North Goal (€723), South Goal (€723), North Corner (€905), South Corner (€905), Lateral (€1,002), and Main Stand (€1,738).

The absence of a third tier also means General prices are no longer available, but there are very low prices via a social pass offer where visibility ranges from 80% to 100%.

Season pass

This new set up for FC Barcelona games next season means that current season tickets at the Spotify Camp Nou do not automatically renew, and therefore, members who wish to continue attending games must request a season pass for a specific zone at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys. Applications can be made from the first week in May and throughout the month via the Club website. Attendance will involve registering for each game, with no fixed seats available, nor will seats bear any relation to the season ticket location at the Spotify Camp Nou.

Registration for each game and no Seient Lliure service

As applied for the games when capacity was limited during the pandemic, the Seient Lliure service will be suspended while the FC Barcelona first team play at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, and season ticket holder members will have to register in advance for each game they wish to attend.

For games with more applications than seats available in each zone, a draw will be made to allocate the requested seats, and members who don’t receive a ticket will have the right to receive a proportional amount due to the service not being fulfilled.

Loyalty rewarded

Members with season tickets at the Spotify Camp Nou for the 2022/23 season who attended over 85% of games during said season will receive 24/48 hours preferential access when selecting the zone for their season pass prior to other members.

Once five games have been played in the stadium on Montjuïc, the system will automatically allocate the best seats within the pass zone to members that attend more of the games played at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys.

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Barca seal $1.6B deal for Camp Nou renovation led by Turkish firm

FC Barcelona Monday announced that they have successfully closed a financing deal worth 1.45 billion euros ($1.6 billion) to renovate their beloved yet antiquated Camp Nou stadium and its environs.

The club revealed that they were able to renegotiate the original terms to secure this agreement.

Barcelona added that they signed the agreement with 20 investors, including Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan.

The Spanish club are set to pay back investors in progressive tranches – after five, seven, nine, 20, and 24 years – with a flexible structure, including a grace period.

This means Barca will finish repaying the debt six years earlier than previously agreed, after renegotiating what was initially a 35-year deal approved in a referendum of club members in 2021.

“The club will start to repay the operation once work has been completed on the stadium, using income generated by the Spotify Camp Nou, which is forecast to be around 247 million euros,” Barcelona said in a statement on their official website.

The club added that they would hold a news conference to give more details on the financing deal in the coming days.

The announcement comes 24 days after the previous deadline to reach a deal, March 31, elapsed. The club said at the time that negotiations were still ongoing.

The preliminary debt structure has since been revised, the Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) said in reports published on its website.

KBRA said the revised structure included additional refinancing and interest rate risk. As a result, it downgraded the financing plan’s rating from BBB+ to BBB, making it less attractive to investors.

Later, KBRA said it had converted its preliminary rating to unpublished from published at the club’s request.

Camp Nou is the largest football stadium in Europe and the fourth-largest in the world by capacity, with 99,354 seats.

But Barcelona have said it no longer offers a full match-day experience for fans.

The club estimates that the revamped stadium will allow them to generate more than 200 million euros of additional revenue annually through sponsorship and naming rights, ticketing, catering, VIP boxes, hospitality, meetings and events.

Turkish construction company Limak has been tasked with the renovation, with works set to begin in June.

Club president Joan Laporta, who presided over one of Barca’s most successful periods from 2003 to 2010, was re-elected two years ago after the previous board resigned due to the club’s worsening finances and other issues.

Laporta inherited a club deep in a financial crisis exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since taking over, he has tried to improve Barca’s financial situation, turning the club’s assets into cash and bringing in new sponsors.

In March 2022, the club signed a shirt and stadium sponsorship deal with the audio streaming platform Spotify in an agreement worth 280 million euros.

Barcelona have also agreed to sell a 25% stake in their La Liga TV rights for the next 25 years to U.S. private equity group Sixth Street for 607.5 million euros and approved the sale of a minority share of their audio-visual division to and Orpheus Media for 200 million.

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Camp Nou is home to one of the strongest teams in world football, FC Barcelona. If you couldn’t get tickets for the match, then football fans should still visit the stadium.

Camp Nou

There are guided tours of the stadium every day. This article contains general information for those wishing to visit the Barcelona FC stadium. There are links to other articles with detailed descriptions of Barcelona FC stadium tours, information on how to purchase tickets for tours and matches, and the history of the FC Botiga club and shops.

FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou has a capacity of approximately 100,000 people. FC Barcelona is one of the best teams in the world and the stadium has become important for football fans all over the world.

Read more about the history of FC Barcelona in our article “FC Barcelona – The history of the club”

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Location map showing walking routes to the Camp Nou football stadium from the nearest metro stations

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Sants Estació Metro

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Maria Cristina Metro

Palau Reial Metro

Collblanc Metro

Badal Metro

Plaça del Center Metro

Les Corts Metro

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Parking Viajeros

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Parking Ronda Park

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How to get to Barcelona FC stadium

Metro: Collblanc (Blue Line, L5)

Barcelona Bus Turistic stop

If you take the Barcelona Bus Turistic, the closest stop to the FC Barcelona Stadium is Camp Nou (FC Barcelona)

Public transport – bus

Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona: 75
Les Corts / Arizala: H8
Mini-Estadi / Palau Blaugrana: 113

Car park

Parking near Camp Nou FC Barcelona

From the metro station, go left, northwest along Avenida Diagonal. You will pass by a large black skyscraper called “La Caixa”. The skyscraper will be on your right.

Gate 9 at Camp Nou

Walk until you see another skyscraper – the SOFIA Gran Hotel. After passing the hotel, turn left at the first turn and straight ahead you will see the Camp Nou stadium.

Depending on the purpose of your visit, you may already know which gate (entrance) you need. If not, then go to gate 9 – this is the main entrance, there are also ticket offices.

Barcelona FC stadium by bus

It is worth noting that the Barcelona FC stadium is included in the route of open sightseeing buses.

Read more about bus tours in Barcelona in our review “Tours in Barcelona – an overview of open tour buses

FC Botiga megastore (Botiga) at the football stadium of FC Barcelona – shop for club goods and souvenirs.

FC Botiga Megastore at Camp Nou

For more information about the FC Botiga mega store and other FC stores, see our article “FC Barcelona – stores”.

Tour Camp Nou Experience (Camp Nou stadium).

UEFA Champions League Cup

This tour includes a visit to the FC Barcelona Museum and a behind-the-scenes tour of the football club and its stadium.

FC Barcelona Museum – a museum dedicated to the history and spirit of the club.

The museum at Camp Nou is divided into three parts – the historical museum, the “Futbol art” collection and a section where temporary exhibitions are held.

All the main trophies of the club are exhibited in the historical part of the museum. Including the Champions League Cup, which you can hold in your hands if you are ready to pose for the camera.

For more information about the museum, see our article “FC Barcelona – Tours”.

Museum hours:

The schedule is constantly changing, so it is best to contact the stadium directly or go to the official website.

Camp Nou Experience: A self-guided tour of the FC Barcelona football stadium.

View from the bench

This tour takes you behind the scenes of the FC Barcelona stadium, including the press room, away dressing rooms, benches and the president’s box.

For more information about the excursion, see our article “FC Barcelona – excursions”

Cost of Barcelona FC Camp Nou Experience:

Adults: €31.50
Children (under 13): €26.00

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Tour Schedule:

The schedule is constantly changing, so it is best to contact the stadium directly or go to the official website. Tours stop one hour before the museum closes.

Tickets for Barcelona FC stadium tours

For more information on purchasing tickets for excursions, see our article “FC Barcelona – Ticketing Guide”.

Match tickets

If you are interested in tickets for the FC Barcelona match, you can purchase them at the following link.

Purchase of tickets for a match with FC Barcelona.

Stadium amenities

Food at the stadium

There are two eateries in the stadium. It is worth noting that once you enter the stadium, your choice will be drastically limited. At the same time, experienced fans can be seen around, smugly eating food brought from home.

Pans and Company

A Pans and Company diner is located near Gate 9. This is a Spanish fast food chain that sells hot and cold baguettes, fries and drinks.

There are tables both inside and outside.

La Carpa

La Carpa (FC Barcelona bar)

FC Barcelona has its own restaurant in the center of the stadium, with tables outside. The local menu is similar to the Pans & Company menu – hot and cold sandwiches, hamburgers, pizza, chips and drinks.

Vending machines

The stadium has vending machines with chocolates, sweets and chips. Drinks are also available at inflated prices.

Book your tickets for the Camp Nou tour online to skip the lines

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Camp Nou Tour – FC Barcelona Museum – FC Barcelona Shop – Map and Directions

Camp Nou has been the stadium of FC Barcelona since 1957, accompanying the local football team in its success.

Barcelona has a lot to see on matchdays. Locals and tourists are donning red and garnet striped T-shirts, the bars are filled with ardent fans and ordinary fans, and the streets are full of fun. This joyous state emanates from the Camp Nou stadium, the beating heart and soul of the Barcelona football arena.

Here you will find everything you need to know about the Camp Nou in Barcelona, ​​from stadium entertainment to stadium directions and more.

Camp Nou Tour

Camp Nou Tour is the second most popular reason to visit the stadium (the first, of course, is to watch the team match in all its glory). Covering the entire stadium, the tour includes the FC Barcelona Museum with its trophy cabinets, interactive exhibits and stories about the greats of the past, as well as the press room, dressing rooms and the pitch itself.

The tour also includes the players’ tunnel, the commentary booths and Messi’s room – yes, it’s an entire room dedicated to the Argentine superstar.

In this section of the site you can check out the tour, find out how and when you can get to the stadium and what this impressive offer includes.

More about Camp Nou Tour »

FC Barcelona Museum

The Museum is one of the stops on the Camp Nou tour, allowing you to go back in time to see just how far FC Barcelona has come (Hint: quite a long one).

Beside glass cabinets filled to the brim with glittering trophies, you can explore interactive, multimedia demos that highlight the history of the team and the stadium, the players of the past, and the major successes that brought the team to where it is today.

We’ll tell you everything about the exhibitions in the museum, what trophies you can see, what is the cost of visiting the museum, and what time you can plunge into the past.

More about the FC Barcelona Museum »

FC Barcelona Store

Shopaholics, beware! FC Barcelona store is the best! Located at the base of the Camp Nou, the shop is a great display of all that Barça is all about (and it’s even better that you can choose your own souvenirs).

With three floors full of football uniforms, official merchandise, jerseys, balls and even other sports uniforms, you won’t want to leave the store empty-handed.

What’s more, you can create your own form thanks to the local Make It Barca service and the Printing Lab – yes, that’s really cool.

If you want to know more about the store, we will arrange everything. We’ll show you what you can buy, what you can ask for and when you can get to the store.

More about FC Barcelona Store »

Map and Directions

There’s no point sharing colorful details about the Camp Nou if you don’t know how to get there.