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Look behind the scenes of the gaming operations of the FC Barcelona. Here you can book tickets for the admission to Europe's largest football stadium, the Camp Nou. No standing in line at the box office, you can go inside whenever you like.

The Camp Nou is FC Barcelona's home stadium. The stadium was inaugurated in September 1957. Read about the history of the stadium.

The Camp Nou Tour leads you behind the scenes of the FC Barcelona and the gaming operation in this breath taking stadium.

Highlights of the Camp Nou Tour

  • A unique look behind the scenes of FC Barcelona
  • Guest cabin, press areas, player tunnel, chapel, lawn and grandstand
  • The museum tells the exciting story of FC Barcelona
Description

Flexible Tickets

  • Tour through the Camp Nou without queuing at the box office
  • Free time selection, also in the morning (exception: from 26.12.19 to 04.01.20 from 13:30 clock and not on home match days)
  • Multi-media area
  • Visit the Museum of FC Barcelona
  • Audio guide in several languages ​​(optional)

Camp Nou Basic Ticket

  • Tour through the Camp Nou without queuing at the box office
  • Time bound ticket: You are only allowed to enter at your selected time period
  • Multi-media area
  • Visit the Museum of FC Barcelona
  • Optionally, the audio guide can be booked

Camp Nou Plus Ticket

  • All services of the Basic Ticket
  • + Audio guide
  • + Barça Virtual Experience

Private Tour Guide

  • Guided tour with a tour guide
  • German, English, French, Spanish and other languages ​​available
  • Up to a maximum of 30 people
  • Please note that the entrances must be booked
  • Optionally, the virtual experience can also be added

Audio guide in the following languages

  • German, English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Swedish, Norwegian
  • The language can be set on the device

Camp Nou & Olympic Games E-Bike Tour in English

  • E-Bike Tour with English speaking guide
  • Duration 4 hours
  • Small groups up to max. 10 people.
  • On request helmet (for children up to 15 years duty)
  • Child seat for infants up to 5 years inclusive
  • Bicycle trailer for children from 6 - 11 years
  • A small bottle of water
  • At the Camp Nou & Olympic Games Tour you ride together with other participants.
  • Admission to Camp Nou & museum included
Opening hours

Camp Nou Stadium Tour:

  • 02.01.2019 to 06.01.2019: daily 09:30 to 19:30
  • 07.01.2019 to 13.04.2019: Mondays to Saturdays from 10:00 to 18:30, Sundays from 10:00 to 14:30
  • 14.04.2019 to 13.10.2019: daily 09:30 to 19:30
  • 14.10.2019 to 15.12.2019: Mondays to Saturdays from 10:00 to 18:30, Sundays from 10:00 to 14:30
  • 16.12.2019 to 30.12.2019: daily 09:30 to 19:30
  • 18.04., 24.12. and 31.12 .: 09:30 to 14:30

Latest entry: one hour before the stadium closes

Period of use: Flexible Tickets

With the flexible tickets you have free time for entry (during the whole opening time), you do not have to commit to a time beforehand. Please note the following restrictions:

  • 01.07.2019 to 01.09.2019: from 13:30
  • 26.12.2019 to 04.01.2020: from 13:30 clock
  • Outside these days, free time selection throughout the opening hours

Our tip: in the afternoon from about 15:00 it is much quieter in the stadium.

Closed on the following days

  • Closed on January 1st, June 24th and December 25th
  • On match days at Camp Nou, no stadium tour is possible
  • On the eve of international and special games and events, the tour only with limits possible

Camp Nou & Olympic Games Tour with E-Bike

  • 01.04. - 31.10. 10:00, daily
  • 11.1. - 31.03. 10:00 am, Thursdays and Saturdays
  • Duration: 4 hours
How do I get my ticket?
  • We will send you the Flexible Tickets (PDF file) immediately after booking. You can print the tickets or show them with your smartphone

  • Basic Tickets and Plus Tickets are send by mail the same day

  • NO pickup required, you will receive the tickets directly from us by e-mail

Booking Information
  • It's very easy to book: Just enter the number of tickets you want and click on "Add to cart"
  • You do not have to specify a date or time with our Flexible Tickets, the tickets are valid for a one-time admission until the printed validity date
  • We will send you the tickets via e-mail, you will only have to print and present them. A show with the smartphone is also possible.
  • For tickets with a reduced rate (seniors, students, handicapped persons) proof of identity must be presented
  • Due to the structural conditions, the stadium tour is not suitable for people with physical disabilities
  • Dogs are not allowed in the stadium

 

Cancellation

Flexible Tickets

  • You can return unused tickets up to four weeks after booking, however the latest return date is the last day of validity
  • No cancellation fees

Camp Nou Basic, Camp Nou Plus and Camp Nou Guided Tour

  • Non-cancellable
  • A transfer to a different date is not possible
  • If an already confirmed appointment is no longer possible - for example, because a match day has been set for the date of the tickets - then the Camp Nou Basic and Camp Nou Plus can be used up to 3 days before or after without rebooking.

Camp Nou E-Bike Tour

  • You can cancel until 48 hours before the event for free.
  • Cancelled later or no-show, no refund will be given

Why visit Camp Nou

The Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe and the dimensions are impressive. Here you can see behind the scenes of the game operation of one of the most famous clubs worldwide. What does it look like in a press booth or in the crew cabin? How does it feel like a player walking through the tunnel onto the grass? What fascinates millions of people in Barça? Here you can find out. The museum is included in the price.

Within the "Camp Nou Tour", you can experience a panoramic view of the entire stadium from the press box. See the dressing room and visit the chapel, as some players do before the game. Experience the walk through the player tunnel to the sanctuary of the stadium: the lawn.
You'll see the press room, where coaches and executives hold the press conferences, and the mixed zone, where Messi and Co. give interviews on the field after the match.
You will then see documentaries on FC Barcelona in the Multi Media Zone. In the museum the exciting history of the club is shown and important trophies can be seen in the original.

Barça Virtual Experience


Do you want to be there live when Messi & Co. are in top form? No problem: with the booking option "Barça Virtual Experience" you can experience the atmosphere at Camp Nou during a home game. Put on VR glasses and feel like a stadium visitor who is very close to the players on the field, during a 5-minute film.

The Barça Virtual Experience is included in the Camp Nou Tour Plus.

The Stadium Camp Nou

For the opening in 1957, the stadium had 90,000 seats, which was 30,000 more than Barça's previous stadium "Les Corts" had. For the Football World Cup 1982, which took place in Spain, the Camp Nou was extended in 1980 to the upper rank and thus had over 120,000 places.
Due to restrictions imposed by UEFA, space was reduced to around 98,500 seats.

The Camp Nou stadium is 48 metres high, 250 metres long and 220 metres wide. In total, it covers an area of 55,000 m². All seats can be evacuated within 5 minutes.

On November 17, 1982, Pope John Paul II visited Camp Nou and preached in front of 120,000 believers. He has since been a member of FC Barcelona.

High Security at the Stadium During Homegames of the FC Barcelona

Camp Nou has received the 5-star award from UEFA. This requires certain security measures in the stadium. For example, the stadium is monitored with cameras, escape routes are sufficiently available and accessible, security and police ensure that there is no riots in the stadium or well-known hooligans do not even get inside of the stadium. That's how it is in Central Europe as well: in the league stadiums there is quite high security. Rioting or beating in between the "fan groups" is extremely rare in the stadium. The vast majority of visitors "only" want to see a football match. So it is not a problem at all to go to a game in the stadium with children.

Overall, the problem of violent hooligans in Spain is much smaller than in many other countries. For security aspects, there is no reason not to attend a match of FC Barcelona.

Reconstructing the Stadium

El nou Camp Nou from 2007

On 22 September 2007, the draft for a stadium expansion was presented to the public. The contract for the planning of the stadium renovation was awarded to the renowned architecture firm Norman Foster.

However the plans to expand the stadium were put on hold due to high debts of FC Barcelona. Smaller projects, such as the new construction of the basketball stadium, were supposed to be realized first.

Nou Espai Barça - The new Camp Nou

The Camp Nou - although legendary and extremely impressive - is quite old and is therefore supposed to be rebuilt according to the intention of the club presidium. After the financing was cleared, more than 70% of the voting members decided for the 600 million Euro project in a referendum on April 5th, 2014.

Reconstructing the Camp Nou

The aim of the new building plans "Nou Espai Barça" is to give the stadium a distinctive face that is unmistakably connected to FC Barcelona. But not only the Camp Nou is going to be rebuilt, also the indoor sports such as basketball will receive a new Palau Blaugrana with 12,000 seats, the ice hockey team a new ice rink, the museum its own building, the administration a new office building, the guests an underground garage with 5,000 parking spots and the visitors of a game are expected to have a much more comfortable interior: they want to set up new VIP areas and improve overall logistics within the stadium. On top of that barriers for persons with disabilities will be removed.

And most importantly, the stadium will be the largest pure football stadium in the world with 105,000 seats.

The facade can be illuminated in the club colors blue-red, the lighting effects adapt to the time of day and the event. Even modernist elements can be seen in the stadium.

The Reconstruction of Nou Espai and the Stadium

Construction will start in 2018 and should last until 2022. Since the current game operation is of course not to be interrupted, the new construction of the sports complex is done in several stages: First, the Mini Estadi, the second-team stadium in another place outside is reconstructed. The new Palau Blaugrana will replace it. After the demolition of the old sports palace, the underground car park will be built in the immediate vicinity of Camp Nou.
Afterwards the museum and the supporting structures for the facades of the stadium will be built. The next step is the new interior of the Camp Nou and the new upper tier of the main grandstand. When the new stands are erected, first the facade and then the roof is attached. Finally, outbuildings such as the administration building are reconstructed.

Costs and Financing

Overall, the redesign of the area should cost € 600 million. Camp Nou is by far the biggest contributor with € 420 million. The new Palau Blaugrana costs € 90 million, the parking lots and infrastructure € 40 million, land purchases € 30 million and the new mini-stadium € 20 million.

The original 8-year financing plan envisaged that around € 400 million will be generated by the new building itself and sponsors: € 200 million come from additional revenue from entrance fees and better marketing opportunities; € 200 million come from the naming rights at the new stadium. It is still supposed to be called "Camp Nou" and will only receive one sponsor supplement. A newer financing model from 2017 envisages € 400 million from the granting of naming rights, of which € 200 million will be used to build the stadium. Another € 200 million will be financed through loans. The funds were available with expiration of an old loan from 2015 on. The loan should have a term of 4 years.


Book here flexible tickets for the Camp Nou Tour

Book here flexible tickets for the Camp Nou Tour

  • Free time choice during the opening hours (exception: from 26.12.19 to 04.01.20 only from 13:30)
  • Show tickets on your smartphone or print them
  • With or without audio guide
  • Tickets can be canceled up to four weeks after booking, latest by the last day of validity

Enter the number of tickets. They will be sent by e-mail.

Flexible Tickets Admission Camp Nou + Museum (valid until 13 January 2020) Desired quantity
Adults 30.00 € 29.00€
Children 6-13 years 24.00 € 23.00€
Students 14-27 years 24.00 € 23.00€
Seniors 70+ 24.00 € 23.00€
Children 0-5 years 0.00€
Disabled with more than 60% 15.00€
Flexible Tickets Admission Camp Nou + Museum + AUDIO GUIDE (valid until 13 January 2020)
Adults 36.00 € 35.50€
Children 6-13 years 30.00 € 29.50€
Students 14-27 years 30.00 € 29.50€
Seniors 70+ 30.00 € 29.50€
Disabled with more than 60% 21.00€
Sum of your selection:
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(incl. 0.00 € one time fee)
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Important information

Surroundings
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Address
Carrer Aristides Maillol

Arrival
Metro: Les Corts (L3), Collblanc (L5)
Bus Turístic: Futbol Club Barcelona
Parking nearby

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.
Our online ticket prices for the Camp Nou Experience are already discounted.

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Tickets for home games of FC Barcelona
We offer tickets for home games of the FC Barcelona. Click here to order tickets to a game of FC Barcelona. Tickets are available in various categories, the prices depend on the game and category.
The tickets can be delivered to your hotel in Barcelona or you can pick them up at the issueing office.

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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