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Camp Nou (Building / Construction)
Camp Nou stadium is the biggest of its kind in Europe, the home stadium to FC Barcelona, a team with one hundred years of history and over 100,000 members.
The stadium was built on 24th September 1957. The first official match in Camp Nou took place on 6th October 1957 between FC Barcelona and Real Jaén... FC Barcelona won 6 - 1.
At the FC BARCELONA MUSEUM you can admire an impressive list of achievements of one of the teams which holds the most sporting titles in world, including 4 European Champion Cups, won in 1992 (London), 2006 (Paris), 2009 (Rome) and in 2011 (London).
The visit also allows you the opportunity to view the stadium from the grandstand of Camp Nou, the biggest stadium in Europe (and sixth biggest in the world) with a capacity for 99,354 people. It has a height of 48 metres and a surface area of 55,000 sq m.
On 12th January 1998, it was recorded as an elite category stadium by UEFA and was the second stadium in Spain to achieve this. It is located on Avenida Arístides Maillol, in the district of Les Corts, very close to Avenida Diagonal.
Among the installations and facilities of the stadium include:
- A small chapel next to the locker-rooms
- The executive boxes
- The VIP lounge
- The press lounge
- FC Barcelona Museum
- Various departments of the club.
- Full access for people with mobile impairments.
You can visit a majority of these facilities through the Camp Nou Experience.
- Where?: Calle Arístides Mallol, 12
- How to get there?: Metro Line 5 (Collblanc y Badal) and Line 3 (Maria Cristina, Palau Reial, and Zona Universitària)
- Telephone: +34 902 18 99 00
- Web: Camp Nou