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Futbol Club Barcelona’s stadium, Camp Nou, is located in the district of les Corts - Maternitat, very close to the city centre.
There are four zones in the Stadium:
Each of these zones is divided into three sections or grandstands with the first grandstand being the one closest to the pitch and the third being the highest.
Access (Accés): this is the access door to the venue from the street.
You should know that even though your ticket will show the access number nearest to your door, you don’t need to access the premises through that entrance. You can use any entrance as long as you show an official ticket (you don’t need to validate it at this stage).The access numbers are indicated in red in vertical panels which you can find all around the stadium.
Door (Gate): This is the door you need to go through to get into the Stadium. The door number will be shown in an illuminated red panel located just above the door. In this case, you do need to go through the specific door mentioned on your ticket. You will need to scan your ticket in the bar code reader. If you have any problems, don’t worry, the club’s staff will always be on hand to help resolve any issues you might have.
Boca (Entrance): now that you’re inside the Stadium, you’ll find a passageway that snakes around the access to the stands and, as you walk along it, you’ll find your ‘mouth’, the place in the stadium you need to use to access the sector where your seat is located. The mouth numbers appear in yellow on a horizontal panel located above each access point.
Fila (Row): the row is where you’ll find your seat. The numbers can be found next to the seats in each row and run consecutively from lowest to highest.
Seat (Seient): the number appears on the seat itself.Just remember that the seat numbers are separated into odd and even numbers. When you go through the corresponding mouth, you’ll find the even-numbered seats on one side and the odd-numbered seats on the other. Find your number, relax and enjoy the match and fantastic atmosphere that permeates Camp Nou.
Open every day of the year except 1 January and 25 December.
You don’t need to specify a date or time to make your reservation.
Liga and Copa del Rey matches:
The Tour will be closed all day. You can only visit the Museum (Trophy Room, History, Messi Area, Section Trophies) and a panoramic view of the stadium up to 3 hours before the match starts.
Champions League match days:
The day before and the day of the match, the Tour will be closed. You can only visit the Museum (Trophy Room, History, Messi Area, Section Trophies) and a panoramic view of the stadium up to 3pm.
To make the visit more comfortable, are recommended make it early morning hours (before 11 am) or in the afternoon (after 4 pm).
The Tour lasts around 1.5 hours.
A good way to get to Camp Nou is by taking the tram. The nearest station to the stadium is Avinguda de Xile / Camp Nou del Trambaix.
TMB - Metro:
Another option we recommend is to use the Barcelona Metrpolitan Transit system (Metro). There are two lines you can use to get to the stadium: line L3 (green) – get off at the Palau Reial or Les Corts station; and line L5 (blue) – get off at the Badal or Collblanc station.
Although we wouldn’t recommend it since you might end up getting stuck in traffic on match days, you can use the bus.Several lines go past Camp Nou and you can catch them anywhere in the city.
The lines are: D20, H6, H8, 7, 33, 54, 56, 57, 59, 63, 67, 68, 70, 75, 78, 113, 157, L12, N2, N3, N12 & N14
This is the least advisable option. The area around the stadium tends to get saturated on match days and it’s difficult to park around the stadium. If you do choose to drive here, we recommend you park in the streets next to the stadium in the Les Corts district, or in private car parks.