Compare football packages with Barcelona
|22 november 2017||Juventus - Barcelona||Juventus stadium||Champions League||Read more|
|26 november 2017||Valencia - Barcelona||Estadi Ciutat de València||La Liga||Read more|
|29 november 2017||Barcelona - Murcia||Camp Nou||Copa del Rey||Read more|
|3 december 2017||Barcelona - Celta Vigo||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|5 december 2017||Barcelona - Sporting Lisabon||Camp Nou||Champions League||Read more|
|17 december 2017||Barcelona - Deportivo La Coruna||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|20 december 2017||Real Madrid - Barcelona||Santiago Bernabéu-stadion||La Liga||Read more|
|23 december 2017||Real Madrid - Barcelona||Santiago Bernabéu-stadion||La Liga||Read more|
|7 january 2018||Barcelona - Levante||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|21 january 2018||Real Betis - Barcelona||Estadio Benito Villamarín||La Liga||Read more|
|28 january 2018||Barcelona - Alaves||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|4 february 2018||Espanyol - Barcelona||RCDE Stadium||La Liga||Read more|
|11 february 2018||Barcelona - Getafe||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|25 february 2018||Barcelona - Girona||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|28 february 2018||Las Palmas - Barcelona||Estadio Gran Canaria||La Liga||Read more|
|4 march 2018||Barcelona - Atletico Madrid||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|11 march 2018||Malaga - Barcelona||Estadio La Rosaleda||La Liga||Read more|
|18 march 2018||Barcelona - Athletic Bilbao||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|1 april 2018||Sevilla - Barcelona||Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán||La Liga||Read more|
|8 april 2018||Barcelona - Leganes||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|15 april 2018||Barcelona - Valencia||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|22 april 2018||Barcelona - Villarreal||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|6 may 2018||Barcelona - Real Madrid||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
|20 may 2018||Barcelona - Real Sociedad||Camp Nou||La Liga||Read more|
Camp Nou, which is Catalonian for “the new stadium”, is the largest football stadium in Europe. It has a capacity of 98,787 sitting spectators. The stadium was built in 1957 and replaced Camp de Les Corts. Getting a guided tour of the stadium is a real experience.
There is no mystery behind why Barcelona has become a firm favorite for many when it comes to spending a weekend in a European city. Barcelona has everything a tourist could want. There are plenty of entertainment venues, fantastic restaurants, excellent shopping and a plethora of attractions to see. There is even a beach in the heart of the city!
Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe. Even though it can hold almost 100,000 people when a game is afoot, there are actually plans for expanding it. At Camp Nou the pride of Catalonia, FC Barcelona, plays its home games.
Camp Nou can take 99,354 spectators, making it the by far biggest football stadium in Europe. Furthermore, it only consists of seats, making it even more unique. The stadium was inaugurated in September 1957 with a game between FC Barcelona and a team of the best players from the Polish city Warszawa.
Cam Nou is the third stadium where FC Barcelona has played. During the club’s infancy it played on Camp del Carrer Indústria. It grew out of that stadium pretty quickly, and in 1922 Campo de Les Corts was finished. That stadium could hold up towards 60,000 spectators, but even Les Corts soon became too small to be able to serve all of Barcelona’s fans.
Cam Noi was constructed between 1954–1957. It was initially called Estadi del FC Barcelona, but the people referred to it as Camp Nou, which in Catalonian means “New Stadium”. It wasn’t until 2001, after a vote among the club’s members (socios), that Camp Nou became the official name.
When Spain hosted the football World Championship of 1982, expansions were made on Camp Nou, which brought the capacity up to 120,000. During the 1990’s, however, the capacity was reduced in connection with the stadium being modified to only offer seats.
Camp Nou lies about five kilometers west of the central parts of Barcelona. You can walk all the way to the stadium, but the wiser choice is to take the subway. From the center of the city you can take line 3 and get off at the Les Corts station, or take line 5 and get off at the Collblanc station. From both of these stations there is a walk of ten-or-so minutes to the stadium.
The slogan for Barcelona is Més que un club, which means “More than a club”. The idea is that Barcelona is supposed to be both a family club as well as defending the colors of Catalonia against the rest of Spain. FC Barcelona is actually owned by one of its fans.
You can buy tickets for FC Barcelona’s home games both at the stadium, on the internet and by phone. The by far easiest alternative is to book a package trip with FC Barcelona, where both hotel and game ticket, or hotel, game ticket and flights, are included. There are eight price levels for the home games at Camp Nou. If you want to see Barcelona play against one of the worse teams, you can get tickets very cheaply. For games in Champions League or against Real Madrid (el Clásico), the prices are steeper.
Barcelona is regarded as one of the world’s greatest teams. The team has a range of top players. A large portion of the players in the A lineup has always participated in both the European Championship 2008, the World Championship 2010 and the European Championship 2012 for Spain. However, the greatest star is the Argentinian Leo Messi. Messi, who has already been named the world’s greatest player several times, breaks scoring records for Barcelona on a regular basis. Other significant players include Andres Iniesta and Xavi Hernandez.
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