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Welcome to The Euro League Football Today I will present you the ONE OF THE TOP FOOTBALL CAMP NOU STADIUM. The Home of FC BARCELONA.



Camp Nou is the home stadium of FC Barcelona since its fruition in 1957.

With a seating limit of 99,354

It is the biggest stadium in Spain and Europe.

The third biggest football stadium on the planet in limit.



Camp Nou was worked somewhere in the range of 1954 and 1957, and formally opened on the 24th of September 1957 with a match between FC Barcelona and a choice of players from the city of Warsaw.

The stadium supplanted Barcelona’s past ground Camp de les Corts, which, however it could hold 60,000 supporters, was still unreasonably little for the developing help of the club.

Camp Nou at first comprised of two levels that could hold 93,000 onlookers. It was first called Estadi del FC Barcelona, however got before long alluded to as Camp Nou.

The stadium was, as one with Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, playing scene of the Euro 1964 Championships. It facilitated the semi-last between the Soviet Union and Denmark (3-0), and the counterpart for third spot among Hungary and a similar Denmark (3-1).

The stadium facilitated two Cup Winners’ Cup finals in the next decades, the first in 1972 between Glasgow Rangers and Dynamo Moscow (3-2), and the second in 1982 among Barcelona and Standard de Liège (2-1).

Camp Nou got extended with a third level for the 1982 World Cup, which raised ability to 120,000 spots. During the World Cup, it facilitated the opening match among Belgium and Argentina (1-0), three matches in the subsequent gathering stage, and the semi-last among Italy and Poland (2-0).

In 1989, Camp Nou facilitated the European Cup last between AC Milan and FC Steaua (4-0), which was followed in 1999 by the Champions League last between Manchester United and FC Bayern (2-1).


In the mid 1990s, Barcelona began changing over different standing regions into seating, which diminished limit, however extra seats were made by bringing down the pitch.

Until the late 1990s, Camp Nou still made them stand zones at the highest point of the third level, however these were at last dispensed with, decreasing ability to simply beneath 100,000.

Rather than the Bernabéu, Camp Nou has changed moderately little since its initiation and needs a considerable lot of the cutting edge offices normal in many stadiums nowadays. For the most recent decade, Barcelona have in this manner been examining either redeveloping Camp Nou, or notwithstanding building a totally new stadium.

In the mid 2000s, the club introduced plans for a redesigned Camp Nou, planned by Norman Foster, yet an absence of financing averted acknowledgment. The club next began concentrating a transition to another stadium, yet at long last chose in 2014 to redevelop the present stadium.

The redevelopment will involve the reproduction of the main level bringing about a more extreme level with better perspectives, the augmentation of the top level over the entire of the stadium, the development of a rooftop to cover all seats, and extensions and upgrades to the inside of the stadium went for giving better offices. The subsequent limit will be somewhat higher at a little more than 105,000 seats. Works are wanted to begin in 2017 and bit by bit performed more than four seasons to complete in 2021



Barça have been looking at modifying Camp Nou stadium for certain years now.

In March 2016 FC Barcelona announced an energizing new arrangement for the new Camp Nou football stadium to redesigned from 2017 to be prepared for the 2021 season.

Camp Nou remodel plan

The new Camp Nou stadium configuration is by a Japanese organization Nikken Sekkei, who crushed 8 other finalist contender to win the €420 million offer to revamp Barcelona’s famous Camp Nou stadium from1957.

Nikken Sekkei will team up with neighborhood draftsmen Pascual I Ausió Arquitectes.

The redesign of the Camp Nou stadiun will build the seating from 99,350 to 105,000 and the new Nou Camp stadium will sell naming rights so it will have a brand name that will be utilized with the words Camp Nou.

The stadium name sponsorship is relied upon to get €200 million for the club which will cover 33% of the expense of the remodel

In previous years there were several projects to renovate the stadium including the idea of building a entirely new FC Barcelona stadium in a new location on Avenida Diagonal near the existing Camp Nou stadium. Now it is clear that FC Barcelona will stay in the current location in the Les Corts area of Barcelona and the existing stadium will be refurbished by building a new stadium over the current structure. 

The Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe and is an icon of the city of Barcelona.The proposed new Camp Nou will have covered seating for 105,000 spectators and a new, steeper first tier to improve the view of the action The renovation work is planned to start in May 2018 and end in February 2021. 



Camp Nou is situated in the east of Barcelona, at around 5 kilometers from Barcelona’s noteworthy downtown area. The stadium is a piece of a games complex that additionally incorporates Barcelona’s Mini Estadi.

The stadium is anything but difficult to reach by metro. Different stations untruth near the stadium and from every one of them it takes an inexact 10-minute stroll to achieve the stadium.

From Barcelona’s downtown area one can take metro line 3. Take the metro toward Zona Universitària and get off at station Les Corts. The following two stations, Maria Cristina and Palau Reial, are equivalent choices. The adventure from the inside takes around 25 minutes.

On the off chance that originating from the zone around the Sagrada Familia, one can take metro line 5. Take the metro toward Cornellà Center and get off at station Badal or Collblanc.

On the off chance that touching base via vehicle from the Ronda da Dalt (the motorway that runs west of Barcelona), take leave 11 and pursue the Avenida Diagonal (B-23) close to the city. Keep directly on the Avenida Diagonal (right of the cable car tracks) and after very nearly two kilometers take a right onto the Calle de Sabino Arana (pursue the FC Barcelona signs). Pursue the curve to one side (don’t take the passage), and take a right onto the Gran Via de Carlos III. Pursue for a couple of hundred meters and go right onto the Travesía de las Cortes. After another couple of hundred meters you will see the stadium to your right side.

In the event that originating from the A-2 (west), take the B-23 into the city, which will consequently stream into the Avenida Diagonal.

Address: Calle Arístides Mallol 12, 08028 Barcelona



  • Camp Nou opens each day of the year with the exception of the first of January and the 25th of December.
  • The gallery opens from 9.30hs to 19:30hs. Notwithstanding, during match days, the Camp Nou Tour won’t be accessible.
  • During match days, the exhibition hall is open as long as 3 hours before the match begins. During Champions League coordinate days, the visit won’t be accessible also. On such multi day, you can just visit the main floor of the gallery until 15.00hs.


Ticket costs begin at around 50 Euro for the low interest matches, intense interest matches.

for example:-

El-Clasico will most likely begin at around 200 Euro, however could be a lot higher than that.


SportsPro visits the Nou Camp to discover how Barcelona’s €600 million Espai Barça redesign will make an information impression that spreads past its physical limits.

From the millennial Torre Glòries, arranged at the “portal” of its innovative area, to the Sagrada Familia, its yet incomplete, extremely old basilica – these advanced stone monuments remain among a city of complexities, based on several years of Catalan culture.

In a city where vacationers possess in vogue tapas bars along roads that hold noteworthy respect, its multi-million euro soccer stars convey a weight of desire estimated and formed by the achievement of the district’s adored Blaugrana.


It is here, at the Nou Camp, home of FC Barcelona, that the city’s next compositional move is occurring – and one that has helped connect an adjustment in structure resolution crosswise over Spain.

William Mannarelli, an American designer and venture executive of the €600 million Espai Barça improvement, joined the club in 2014 from Icon Venue Group, a US-based arranging consultancy, which was a piece of the procedure for the construct’s plausibility consider.

During his four and a half years in control, he has helped devise a guide for the task, graphed utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM), an expanded reality (AR) arranging instrument which the Spanish government in the long run made compulsory for huge open ventures on 31st December.

  • Barcelona’s Nou Camp to be Europe’s first 5G stadium

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