The Camp Nou is located in Arístides Maillol Avenue (in the district of Les Corts) and opened in 1957. The population started calling it “Camp Nou” (“new field”, meaning “New Stadium” in Catalan) and it finally adopted officially the name in 2001.
The Camp Nou has a capacity of 99.354 spectators. The UEFA catalogued it as the Elite category, as it is the largest soccer stadium with more capacity of Europe and the tenth of the world.
In Camp Nou facilities can be found not only the official headquarters of the Football Club Barcelona and the administration offices but also the museum of the Barça, this is the most visited museum of Catalonia.
In addition, this stadium is the central piece of a complex that also receives the Mini Estadi (“the tiny stadium” with 20.000 localities, where the younger teams that belong to the club play their matches), La Masia (the traditional rural Catalan house where the youngest Barça’s players live just like Iniesta, Xavi or Messi did when they were teenagers) and, finally, the Palau Blaugrana (a multiuse’s pavilion of 8000 spectators where other sections of the club as basketball, handball, ice hockey or indoor soccer compete.
Price includes: Museum FCBarcelona, visit Camp Nou and Space Multimedia, also audioguide to visit at your pace. Audio guide available in (catalan, spanish, english, french, italian, deutsch)