Camp Nou

Football fan? Then, of course, visiting FC Barcelona is a must! The largest Camp Nou stadium is currently under renovation, but the interactive tour in the adjacent museum is still worthwhile. You can then also watch the renovation inside the stadium from a view point.

Camp Nou & FC Barcelona Immersive Experience

Due to the renovation of Camp Nou, it is currently not possible to visit the stadium itself. However, you can experience the stadium feeling during the Barça Immersive Tour.

This 100% interactive museum takes you on a journey through the past, present and future of the soccer club. You’ll see the history, learn all about the players and end up in an audiovisual room with a 360-degree experience. Absolutely worth it! Finally, you can visit the Camp Nou viewpoint.

Barça Immersive TourTickets, opening hours & public transportation
TicketsTickets €28 , children 4-10 years and 70-plus: €21
Students: €20
Children under 4 get in for free (just make sure you order a ticket)
AdressCarrer d’Aristides Maillol 12, (La Maternitat i Sant Ramón)
public transportation / metroMetro: Collblanc (L5) en Maria Cristina (L3)
Opening hoursOpening hours:
17 Oct. to 31 Dec:
Mon-Sat 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. and Sun 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
4, 11 and 18 December 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
25 December and 1 January closed
2 January to 31 March:
Mon-Sat 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. and Sun 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
1 April to 31 May:
Mon-Sun 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m.


What is Camp Nou?

Camp Nou is the largest football stadium in Europe. The soccer temple has capacity for 98,787 spectators. The impressive home of FC Barcelona is even one of the three largest stadiums in the world.

The stadium will be even bigger, the stadium is currently being rebuilt so it is momentary not open for the public. You can also see the future plans on this video, in which the future Camp Nou is presented. In the future, according to the plans, there should be room for 105,000 spectators.

The cost of rebuilding Camp Nou is estimated at 1.5 billion euros. Below I give you more background information and outline history about Camp Nou. During the 2024/2025 season, the club will play in the stadium again, but with only 50% capacity. The stadium is expected to be completely finished sometime during the 2025/2026 season. During the 2023/2024 season, FC Barcelona will play their matches in the Olympic Stadium on the Montjuïc hill.

Despite the fact that the stadium itself is currently closed, true soccer fans cannot leave Barcelona without visiting the adjacent FC Barcelona Immersive Tour & Museum.

FC Barcelona Immersive Tour & Museum

Discover the 100% interactive museum where you can travel through Barça’s past, present and future! This new exhibition at Camp Nou is full of exciting content! It ends in a large audiovisual space called SPOTIFY CAMP NOU LIVE: A large format, immersive show that offers a 360º experience. And of course you will see all the real cups the club has won!

Finally, you can visit the Camp Nou viewpoint from where you can look into the stadium and see the renovation and progress with your own eyes.

Immersive Tour + Robokeeper

See for yourself how well you can score? Then try out the hi-tech Robokeeper. Here you get to shoot at the goal and the robot tries to block your ball. Do you manage to score? Then you can even win prizes!

Attending an FC Barcelona match

Many visitors come to Barcelona especially to attend a FC Barcelona match. This is of course still possible, but keep in mind that FC Barcelona will be playing at the Olympic stadium during the 23/24 season. Be sure to find out in advance when there will be matches. Please note that the final date will only be confirmed two weeks in advance.

Prior to the game, tickets are sold at various points around the city. In my experience, the price for these is often a lot higher than when you buy them online, so I definitely recommend the latter. You can order FC Barcelona match tickets online very easily and reliably. You can choose your own seats. In general, the farther from the field, the cheaper the tickets.

Practical information

FC Barcelona Immersive Tour & Museum Prices

Adults: €28
Children up to 10 years old and over 70s: €21, students: €20
Children up to 3 years old: free

Match ticket prices

Prices for FC Barcelona match vary quite a bit in terms of price. It just depends on the match you are going to see. In general, the more important the match, the more expensive the ticket. In principle, a match against Real Madrid will be more expensive than a match against Eibar, for example. If you manage to get a seat for 50 euros, you have a good deal.

Opening hours

You can visit the museum and the FC Barcelona Immersive Tour every day of the year except December 25 and January 1. Until Oct. 15, the museum is open Monday through Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. From Oct. 16 to Dec. 31, they are open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

How do you get to Camp Nou?

For Camp Nou’s address, scroll all the way down.

Metro: Camp Nou is easily accessible by metro. Collblanc stop (Line 5) is a 5-minute walk from the stadium and metro stop Badal is also nearby. Line 5 is convenient if you get off at Sagrada Familia, Diagonal or Sants Estació.

Departing from the city center, you can also take Line 3 from Liceu or Plaça Catalunya, for example, and get off at Maria Cristina or at Palau Reial. Even from there it is only a short walk to the stadium.

Keep in mind, however, that after the game it is not always possible to go back to your hotel or apartment by metro. An alternative is the night bus (N12), which runs every 20 minutes from 10:30 p.m. onwards. The nearest stops are Plaça de Pius XII and Palau Reial, and the bus driver will drop you off in the center at Plaça Catalunya or the Rambla.

By bicycle: from the center (Plaça Catalunya) it takes half an hour to three quarters of an hour to cycle to Camp Nou. The fastest and most bike-friendly route is as follows: From Plaça Catalunya, head to Rambla de Catalunya (on the corner is the Desigual clothing store). Cycle up this street until you reach the busy Avinguda Diagonal. Cross over and turn left. From now on, keep going straight until you arrive at Palau Reial. Here cross over and enter Carrer de Martí i Franquès, where you will automatically see the stadium.

You can also order a cab in advance to ensure that you are taken to the stadium quickly and safely and get home again.

Tram: There are also several trams stops near Camp Nou. The closest is the one near Palau Reial (T1, T2, T3).

History of Camp Nou

Because the former Barça stadium in the Les Corts district had become too small, construction of the current Camp Nou began in 1954. The “New Field” was opened on Sept. 24, 1957 – during Barcelona’s most important city festival, La Mercè. The first match played in the stadium was one against Warsaw of Poland. FC Barcelona won the match 4-2 and many more victories would follow.

It initially had room for 93,053 spectators, but over the years, over six thousand more seats were added. To be exact, the cost of building the stadium was 288,088,143 pesetas (that’s over 1.7 million euros). Nowadays, no concerts are held at Camp Nou, but in the past world-famous stars such as Michael Jackson, Julio Iglesias and U2 performed at the stadium.

The President Nuñez museum, named after former club president Josep Lluís Núñez, opened in 1984. The idea for an FC Barcelona museum originated as in the 1920s, so it took 60 years for it to finally happen.

Hotels near Camp Nou

Going to a game at Camp Nou and want to stay overnight nearby so you don’t have to go across town after the game? Three tips.

NH Barcelona Stadium

camp nou hotel zwembad NH stadium

The hotel offers views of Camp Nou and has a rooftop pool. You can reach the stadium on foot in a few minutes. The Les Corts metro stop is a five-minute walk from the hotel, so you’ll also be in the center of Barcelona in no time.

Check current info, rates and availability for  NH Barcelona Stadium

Aparthotel Atenea Barcelona

barcelona hotel camp nou Atenea aparthotel

A ten-minute walk from Camp Nou sits this Aparthotel. Guests have a room with a kitchenette and sitting area. There is also a fine restaurant at the hotel. In three minutes walk to Les Corts metro station, so you’ll be in the center of Barcelona in no time.

Check current info, prices and availability of Aparthotel Atenea Barcelona

Yellow Nest Hostel

hostel camp nou yellow nest

Cheap accommodation near Camp Nou? The Yellow Nest Hostel is not expensive and offers excellent service. Ideal for those who come to Barcelona especially for the match and do not value luxury too much. Kitchen and bathroom are shared with other guests.

Check current info, prices and availability of Yellow Nest Hostel.