Camp Nou

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On game days, Camp Nou Barcelona is filled with the boisterous shout 'Alé alé, alé alé, Força Barcelona alé. Camp Nou, the stadium for FC Barcelona, the birthplace of football, is one of the world's oldest and most illustrious football venues. After all, it is the location of one of the world's most prestigious and prosperous clubs!

Discover what it feels like to step onto the field of one of the world's most beautiful stadiums. Additionally, you'll experience what it's like to be on the sidelines by sitting in the players' dugout.

Things to do at Camp Nou:

  • When you enter the Nou Camp, you are not only entering a football stadium but also entering and experiencing history: FC Barcelona has a long history and has held the top spot in European football. The Nou Camp is the 'dream home' for budding football stars since it has hosted giants like Messi, Ronaldinho, Rivaldo, Maradona, Eto'o, and numerous more. Aside from its historical significance, this stadium should also be visited because one of the oldest football clubs in the world calls it home.

  • Visitors are encouraged to learn a little more about the football culture and its influence on the city: The Catalans endured severe hardships under General Franco's regime. The government repressed and destroyed their customs, traditions, festivals, history, language, and culture, and their identity was essentially suppressed. In those days, FC Barcelona was loved by the populace, who saw the team as the primary representative of their Catalan identity. Since then and for generations to come, FC Barcelona has played a crucial role in Catalan culture. For instance, Catalans united behind the slogan 'més que un club,' which later symbolized their fight for independence. Even the royal and ruby stadium seats bear the message written in enormous gold letters.

  • Feel the grace and piousness at Chapel FC: The in-house chapel, inaugurated in 1958 and blessed by Pope John Paul II in the early 1980s, is one of the noteworthy pit stops. Since then, it has offered a secure location for athletes to provide last-minute supplications before taking the field.

  • Trophies and honors the squad has received throughout the years are displayed at the Muse: You can explore the FC Barcelona story here through various entertaining, interactive exhibits and striking wall displays. The museum, which has player biographies, wall-to-wall trophy cases, and old pictures of team victories, maybe the most fascinating part of the visit. The tour begins with a 10-minute 3D spectacle that puts you, the visitor, in the much-desired player role. Replays of illustrious games and soundtracks are included to give the experience the full flavor of what it's like for players while they're on the field.

  • Messi Room: Yes, the Argentine superstar has a whole area to himself. A montage of Leo Messi's greatest goals is shown on the walls, and you may marvel (or stare in bewilderment) at his 5 Ballons d'Or and 3 Golden Boots.

  • Press room: Many confessions have been made in the stadium press room, and many inquiries have been sidetracked. Players defend their mistakes and exaggerate their triumphs in this part of the post-match conversation. You may watch the action from the same seats as the most well-known athletes in the world or from the press box.

  • The Tunnel for Players: You may pretend that you will enter the field of play to play for one of the most adored teams in the globe if you close your eyes (or keep them open and use your imagination).

  • The Magnificent Field: The tunnel will inevitably lead to the field, which is very stunning up close. You can view the 105 by 68-meter field and the 48-meter-tall stands (squint hard enough, and you can almost see the 100,000 passionate fans cheering and jeering). The 'Dug Out' section, also known as the Benches, is where you may sit in the same chairs as the management.

  • Commentary boxes: Get your commentary in these elevated boxes where hundreds of radio and TV personalities have plied their fast-lipped trade. Don't forget to keep an eye out for Miro's lithograph, created exclusively for the Barcelona soccer club, and the stadium's 1999 5-star plaque while you're exploring.

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    1 hour 30 minutes

Address of Camp Nou

C. d'Arístides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain

Opening & Closing time of Camp Nou

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

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