Is Camp Nou open to visit?
Camp Nou is open all year except January 1, January 6, September 24 and Christmas Day. La Liga or Copa del Rey match day: There are no visits that day. However, the museum, the trophy room, the Messi area and the panoramic view of the stadium are open until 3 hours before the start of the match.
How do I get tickets for Camp Nou?
You can easily buy FC Barcelona tickets on our website by going to the match page you want to see at Camp Nou stadium. Just look at the information, select the category and number of seats you want, then follow the secure online purchase procedure.
Can you go inside Camp Nou?
The Barcelona FC Camp Nou Experience tour ticket gives you access to the ‘behind the scenes’ action at the club as well as access to the FC museum and the multimedia centre. Rather, you will be guided through the museum by bright yellow barriers, ensuring that you go the right way around the tour.
What is the average attendance of Camp Nou?
In the 2019/2020 season, matches in Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu stadium attracted an average of approximately 46 thousand spectators, only behind FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou, with 53.4 thousand spectators on average.
Will La Liga allow fans?
Spain’s La Liga football and ACB basketball professional leagues will allow fans “as normal” when the next season starts in August and September respectively. The men’s professional football and basketball top tiers had only accepted up to 1,500 supporters in the last matches of 2020-2021 and only in some areas.
Is Camp Nou open tomorrow?
Camp Nou museum is open between 10:00 AM to 03:00 PM from Monday to Sunday; the Access and Explanade areas are open from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM from Monday to Sunday; the Barca Store is open from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM from Monday to Sunday.
What to do at Camp Nou FC Barcelona?
On your visit to the Camp Nou… Come to Barça Cafe! Immerse yourself in the Blaugrana atmosphere and treat your taste buds as an authentic Culer. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about your team, with exclusive interviews, documentaries about our players and more than 3,000 blaugrana-themed videos.
Is there a museum at the FC Barcelona stadium?
FC Barcelona Museum: Celebrate the Club’s History in the FC Barcelona Museum; players, matches, trophies, and memorabilia that have enthused millions of fans from around the world.
Is there a live tour of Camp Nou?
Live Tour to Camp Nou without leaving home! What’s included? What does it include? On your visit to the Camp Nou… Come to Barça Cafe! Immerse yourself in the Blaugrana atmosphere and treat your taste buds as an authentic Culer. Full information about tickets for visits affected by COVID-19.
Where do you sit in Camp Nou stadium?
European Cups. The stands, the field, the dugout; feel the Camp Nou’s magic from the pitch level. ¡Now you can also sit in the first team dugout! The away side’s changing room. The tunnel. The pressroom and mixed zone.