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Visit Camp Nou (the ‘New Field’), the home of FC Barcelona since 1957, the largest soccer stadium in Europe, and third largest in the world. The stadium regularly hosts both national and international matches, including the 1989 and 1999 UEFA Champions League finals. Watch a match (find last minute FC Barcelona tickets here), visit the team’s museum, or take a behind-the-scenes tour to learn more about this world-class soccer stadium.
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Book tickets for the self-guided tour through Camp Nou stadium online.
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Learn more about FC Barcelona's home stadium and the club itself on a guided tour through Camp Nou.
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5 tips for visiting the Camp Nou - FC Barcelona

Camp Nou | L'amande CC BY 2.0
The Camp Nou Experience is the third most visited tourist attraction in Barcelona, behind the Sagrada Família and Park Güell. That means that lines can be extremely long, and it’s highly advised to book your tickets in advance. Picking an earlier timeslot will also mean that the museum is less crowded during your visit.
Camp Nou | Mario Sánchez Prada CC BY-SA 2.0
There are several photo opportunities before you enter the museum and tour. Copies of the photos aren’t included in the basic ticket price and you aren’t obliged to buy any of them. You also don’t have to have your photo taken, you can just walk past to the rest of the exhibits.
Boards providing information about what you’re seeing appear throughout the tour, but if you’d like to learn even more about the stadium and the club you can pick up an audioguide. Be aware that you’ll need to leave a piece of ID with the staff members manning the audioguide desk, and remember to collect it before leaving.
If you’re a big fan of memorabilia and merchandise, make sure to linger in the gift shop. It has three stories and contains everything Barcelona-themed you could ever wish for.
If you’re going to a match, then remember to check the list of items that are and aren’t permitted inside the stadium on matchdays. You can bring drinks as long as they are in containers of 500ml or less and don’t have a lid.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Camp Nou?

Camp Nou is the home stadium of FC Barcelona, one of the most popular soccer teams in the world. The stadium is the largest soccer stadium in Europe and the third-largest in the world, with a seating capacity of over 99,350 spectators. FC Barcelona plays their home games there, but it’s also been used for a host of major international fixtures, including European Cup/Champions League finals, the UEFA Super Cup finals, and the final of the football competition at the 1992 Olympics. Since 2014, the stadium has also occasionally been used to host rugby matches. Camp Nou has also been used as a concert venue, with major names such as Bruce Springsteen, Julio Iglesias, and U2 playing the stadium. In 1982 it was also the site of a mass said by Pope John Paul II, which over 121,000 people attended. Read more.

How can I buy tickets for a FC Barcelona match?

The best place to buy tickets is online from the official FC Barcelona ticket site. You can also book tickets for FC Barcelona’s basketball, handball, futsal (indoor five-a-side soccer) and roller hockey teams’ fixtures. Tickets go on sale at different times, depending on the event. For La Liga, tickets are released four weeks before the league starts. For the Champions League, tickets go on sale in September, after the groups have been drawn, and then a few days before each knockout game. Watch out for the times and dates of La Liga games, which can still be changed until about 10 days before the game. Alternatively, official tickets can be bought from an offical FC Barcelona reseller. It’s highly recommended that visitors buy from these websites rather than from 3rd parties or from ticket touts, as there’s no guarantee that you’ll receive official tickets. Read more.

What do you see on a stadium tour?

The self-guided tour takes you through the FC Barcelona museum, where you’ll see areas dedicated to Johan Cruyff, a Barcelona player in the ‘70s and a much-loved coach in the ’90s, Josep Suñol, and Lionel Messi, among others. You’ll see trophies, memorabilia, and interactive screens that will let you explore the club’s illustrious history, before heading into the stadium. In the stadium itself, you’ll be able to visit the visiting team’s changing room, the Player’s Tunnel, a small chapel where players can say a last-minute prayer before heading onto the pitch, and the coaches’ and managers’ benches. You’ll get up-close to the pitch itself, plus you’ll see the press room, Mixed Zone, and you’ll get to visit the stands and see what it would be like to watch a game. In addition to the audioguide, there’s also the chance to have a virtual reality experience that features a training session and a match. It costs €6 unless you book the Camp Nou Tour Plus ticket. Read more.

Will my children enjoy a tour of Camp Nou?

Kids who have any interest in soccer will love their visit to Camp Nou! Even if they aren’t fans of FC Barcelona, they’ll enjoy exploring the giant stadium and imagining themselves playing on a big stage, getting ready in the dressing rooms, and walking down the Players Tunnel. Young Barcelona fans will love to see where their heroes play, and there are also plenty of interactive exhibits in the museum that will get their attention. There’s a reasonable amount of walking to be done inside the stadium, so it might be a bit strenuous for very young children and toddlers. Read more.

How long should I play for a visit to the Camp Nou Experience?

If you’re taking the self-guided tour, you can linger over things you find interesting! Most visitors take about 90 minutes to see everything, but if you’re using the audioguide and you want to spend more time with some of the interactive exhibits, you can easily spend over two hours inside. Factor in a break for lunch in one of the stadium’s four restaurants and tapas bars, if your visit coincides with lunchtime, and your trip could take three hours or more. The guided tour takes 90 minutes. Read more.

General information

Opening Hours:

From January 2 to January 6 the Camp Nou Experience is open from 9.30 am to 7.30 pm.
From January 7 to April 13, the experience is open from 10 am to 6.30 pm from Monday to Saturday, and from 10 am to 2.30 pm on Sundays.
From April 14 to October 13, the experience is open from 9.30 am to 7.30 pm every day of the week.
From October 14 to December 15, the experience is open from 10 am to 6.30 pm from Monday to Saturday, and from 10 am to 2.30 pm on Sundays.
From December 16 to December 31, the experience is open from 9.30 am to 7.30 pm every day of the week.

The Camp Nou Experience is closed on January 1 and December 25. On La Liga and Copa del Rey matchdays you will only be able to visit the museum, and the same applies on the day before and on the day of Champions League matchdays.


Camp Nou
C. d'Arístides Maillol, 12
08028 Barcelona


Tickets for soccer games and other events vary according to the event and your preferred seating. Online tickets for the Camp Nou experience cost €26 for adults, €22 for children and visitors aged over 70. Children under the age of 6 can enter free of charge. Online tickets for the Camp Nou Tour Plus (which includes an audioguide and a virtual reality experience) cost €35 in the low season and €36 in the high season, or €30 for children aged between 6 and 13 and visitors aged 70 and over. A bilingual (English and Spanish) guided tour of the stadium costs €55 for adults, or €37 for children aged 6 to 13 and visitors aged 70 and over. Special matchday tours cost €99 for adults, €64 for children aged 6 to 13, and €29 for children under the age of 6.

How to get there:

The stadium is easy to access via public transport, just take line 3 of the metro to either Palau Reial or Les Corts, or line 5 of the metro to Collblanc or Badal. There is car parking available at the stadium. It’s free during the opening hours of the Camp Nou Experience. Matchday parking is available until 4 hours before the match begins.
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