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Witnessing a live Barça match is an unforgettable experience. The Barcelona stadium is one of the largest in the world, with a capacity of 99,354. FC Barcelona’s slogan is “Més que un club”, which in English means “More than a club”; a feeling you’re bound to share when entering to the stadium during your football trip. Few clubs in the world are able to measure themselves with this experience. With FootballBreak, you’re guaranteed tickets next to each other in the Camp Nou Stadion.
Barcelona is the perfect destination for a city break. Fantastic weather almost all year round, teeming with charming restaurants and bars, culture, and of course the beach is always close by. Barcelona is the location for your football trip.
We’ve tracked down the best tips for you, ensuring your football trip to FC Barcelona goes as pleasantly and smoothly as possible. From insider tips on Camp Nou football stadium, to great advice on exploring the wonderful city of Barcelona.
FC Barcelona plays all of its home games in the temple of football, Camp Nou. The stadium currently has a capacity of 99,354 spectators, and is uncovered. Works are right now underway at the stadium, which is being expanded to 105,000 seas, with all the stands being covered. The Camp Nou museum is also being revamped.
If you go and attend an FC Barcelona match, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how friendly the atmosphere is there. Visiting a football match in Barcelona is a real family occasion.
The gates of Camp Nou open 1.5 hours before the match commences.
FC Barcelona’s legendary football stadium is located in the south west of the city in the Les Corts district, around five kilometres from the centre. Barcelona’s public transport system is well organised, and plenty buses, metros and trams stop at the stadium.
However, we don’t recommend going to Camp Nou by car or taxi, unless setting off well in advance. It’s highly congested around the stadium on FC Barcelona match days, and parking is both a nightmare, and extremely expensive. Opt for using public transport.
There are two metro lines in Barcelona that can take you to Camp Nou.
Line 3, green line from the centre.
With line 3, you can get off at various stops around the stadium. This is also the line running from the centre of Barcelona. You can get off at the following stops:
These stops are around a ten-minute walk away from Camp Nou.
Camp Nou address details
Camp Nou Football Stadium
08028 Barcelona, Spain.
Line 5, blue line
This line runs from the area around Sagrada Família. Travel in the direction of Cornellà Centre and get off at one of the following stations:
If you’d like to get to Camp Nou by bus, you can take the following lines: D20, H6, H8, 7, 33, 54, 56, 57, 59, 63, 67, 68, 70, 75, 78, 113, 157 & L12
If it’s got late after the FC Barcelona, there’s no need to worry. You can catch the night bus that runs throughout the night. You can take one of the following lines: N2, N3, N12 & N14.
To give you an idea of which tickets you should purchase for the best seats in Camp Nou for your football trip: the stadium is subdivided into four sides and six different categories of football tickets.
The sides in Camp Nou stadium are:
Each of these sides is further subdivided into three tiers. Certain sides have a smaller fourth tier. If you’re booking your football trip with us, you’ll always ensured tickets on at least the third tier. Tickets are subdivided into a number or categories. See the picture.
We will always try to seat you together, but this may not always be the case. If you buy more than one ticket, we will try to get all the seats as close together as possible, grouping you in pairs whenever we can. Different seating options can include: adjacent, diagonally, one behind the other or with a fan or stairway in between.
Once you’ve booked your football trip to FC Barcelona and received your match tickets, your ticket will display what’s below. Here’s a brief explanation of how the football tickets for FC Barcelona work.
Accés (grounds entrance), this is where you can enter the Camp Nou grounds. By the way, using precisely this entrance isn’t compulsory, and neither is your FC Barcelona match ticket is not checked here. You can enter the grounds wherever you like.
Porta (stadium gate), this is the entrance for the stadium. You have to have your football ticket scanned here, and using the right entrance is obligatory in this case.
Boca (section), you now arrive onto the walkway of Camp Nou stadium. There are various entrances providing access to your seat. Pay close attention to your number.
Fila (which row), once you’re inside the stadium, look for your “Fila”. This is simply your row.
Seient (your seat), the final thing before kick-off is finding the right seat. Note that the seat numbering isn’t like what you’re used to. There are only odd or even numbers for each row: with numbers going up from seat 2, 4 to 6, etc. Or otherwise from seat 1, 3 to 5, etc. Enjoy the match!
VoetbalTravel does not sell individual ticket match tickets. You can, of course, come to us for the complete football trip.
No trip to Barcelona is in fact complete without booking a tour of the stadium. During the “Camp Nou Experience”, you’re taken on a tour through this club’s glorious past. You can either do an audio tour or, at an attention cost, be taken around by a guide. You follow a pre-determined route along which you can check out features such as the players’ changing rooms, you walk through the players’ tunnel (impressive), dugout, the press box from reporting is performed, you get a glimpse of the VIP boxes, and of course you visit the museum. There are sometimes queues and it might be half an hour before you can start the tour. There is no specific time associated with the tour, and you can spend just as long as you want, up to three hours before kick-off.
Please note: The museum closes three hours before the match starts on FC Barcelona match days, and it might be the case that certain elements cannot be accessed. We therefore recommend doing the tour on a day other than match days.
The price of a normal tour are €26, with a guided tour costing €53. For children aged 6 to 13, the price is €20. Younger children can enter free of charge.
PS: Did you know that Camp Nou museum is the most visited museum in the country?
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|7. Jan. to 13. Apr.||10:00 am - 6:30 pm||10:00 am - 2:30 pm|
|14 . April to October 13th||09:30 - 19:30||09:30 - 19:30|
|14 . Oct. to 15. Dec.||10:00 am - 6:30 pm||10:00 am - 2:30 pm|
|16 . until 31 Dec.||09:30 - 19:30||09:30 - 19:30|
Before attending an FC Barcelona Football match, it’s nice to go for a bite to eat and a drink in the Camp Nou area. There are fortunately a number of great places near the stadium, and finding local bars in the surrounding streets won’t be a problem. If it’s a football bar you’re looking for, head for Futballarium.
A unique experience for football aficionados! This bar’s owner is a huge football fan, and has lavishly decked out the venue with shirts and scarves of all kinds of clubs: with more than 100 of the former and 400 of the latter on display. You’ll feel at home here straight away. Here they serve a number of simple dishes, and boast a large beer collection. This place really gets you in the mood before your FC Barcelona match commences. Futballerium closes its doors at 21.00.
You’ll find Tapas 23 on the FC Barcelona grounds. This restaurant is a collaboration between Catalan chef Carles Abellan and FC Barcelona, and is perfect pre-match for savouring the tapas Spain is renowned for. The restaurant is open daily from 9.00 to 23.00.
Where should we start with a global club such as this? Somewhat surprisingly, FC Barcelona was founded on 29 November 1899 by a Swiss, by the name of Hans Kamper. At the age of 22, we was in fact on his way to Africa to help set up a sugar trading company there, but ended up staying on in Barcelona. He was obsessed with football, and started ‘Football Club Barcelona’ along with a number of English and Swiss supporters, after having placed an advert in the Los Deportes sports paper.
Kamper – later changing his name to Joan Gamper – picked the club’s colours of blue and purple himself, and was the team’s first captain. He played 48 matches between 1899 and 1903, scoring more than one hundred times. As chairman, he went on to spend years as the driving force between the club’s further growth and development. His private life was, however, less fortunate. Plagued by personal and financial issues, he took his own life on 30 July 1930. In hour of the club’s founder, FC Barcelona still plays the opening game of the season for the Trofeu Joan Gamper annually to this day.
The FC Barcelona logo as we now know it was designed in 1910 by Carles Comamala, who played at the club from 1903 to 1912, and was also a medical student and gifted draughtsman. He won a competition held by the club to create a new club logo.
Since then, although the ‘escudo’ has been updated – last time in 2002 – its core has remained unchanged: Its shape is still that of an ‘olla’, a traditional Catalan cooking pot. The red cross on the white top-right section is the Cross of Saint Jorge, the patron saint of Catalonia. The adjacent section with red/yellow stripes symbolises the Senyera, the traditional flag of Barcelona and Catalonia. The letters F.C.B below of course stand for the club’s initials. The football is displayed in a section in the club’s colours blue and purple (blaugrana).
Jordi Cruijff, the son of Johan who also played with Barcelona for some time, also happens to have been named after Saint Jordi referred to in the logo.
FC Barcelona has long had a close connection with the Netherlands. This of course all started with Rinus Michels, who introduced the Total Football of Ajax here. This baton was then later passed to Johan Cruijff, first as a player and then as coach. Johen Cruijff was commemorated with a statue at Camp Nou in 2019. The new stadium on the training complex was also christened after him, bearing the name “Estadi Johan Cruyff”.
FC Barcelona has had various Dutch coaches over the years: Michels, Cruijff, Louis van Gaal and Frank Rijkaard. It’s also had its fair share of Dutch platers, too: Neeskens, Kluivert, Koeman, the De Boer brothers, Van Bommel and Cocu, to name but a few.
At present, Frenkie de Jong occupies an important role at FC Barcelona. For many Dutch people, his present is reason enough to attend one of this club’s matches.
Barcelona is a global city through and through. Fantastic for football, but also the ideal choice for a city break or long weekend. The warm climate, inviting outdoor bars and – the icing on the cake – the beach. Spanish cuisine always has something in store, such as sharing tapas along with a large jug of sangria. That means if you’re attending FC Barcelona for a match, there’s also plenty of things to do on the rest of your stay. These are our favourite handouts in Barcelona.
Take a look the former farmhouse where the youth academy was housed up until 2011. Located on the Camp Nou grounds.
Make the most of the amazing weather and go to the beach. The boulevard is brimming with charming places for a bite to eat and a drink.
Take the cable car to the top of Montjuïc mountain, where there are splendid views of the city. Then have a leisurely walk back down.
If you’ve never been to Barcelona before, a visit to his cathedral is certainly worthwhile. An iconic part of Barcelona.
We make travelling to Camp Nou to watch FC Barcelona as easy as possible.
From the moment that I contacted Football breaks they couldn’t have been more helpful, the flights were good (although I’m not a fan of Ryanair ) the hotel was really good very helpful staff and in a fantastic area from where it was only 4 stops on the tram to the Camp Nou stadium. And as for the city of Barcelona we will return to enjoy its delights .
Tip: Enjoy every moment of your time in Barcelona, we had four day two were taken up around the football tour and match the other two days we toured the city on the open top bus, we managed to see a lot of the city but now plan to go back to Barcelona for a longer visit
We had a great time on our 4 day trip to Barcelona. Our hotel Villa Emelia was amazing and right next to Rocafort Metro station which made getting around the city easy. Our seats in the stadium were really good and despite it being a 010 draw the atmosphere and sheer size of the stadium was amazing. My 9 year old son loved it and wants to go back again. We also went back on our last day and done the stadium and museum tour which was really good too. I would definitely recommend attending a Barcelona game and there is so much to do in the city. We went on a catamaran tour, visited Gaudi Park, Sagarda Familia and las ramblas all using the metro.
Tip: Buy a travel card to get around the city. Much cheaper option and you can get to all of the tourist attractions including the stadium with ease.
We visited Barcelona for a belated 18th Birthday present for our Son. We booked a family room (2 double/twin rooms with a communal hall) which worked out fantastically for us. Hotel was clean and well located with very friendly and helpful staff. Camp nou lives up to the hype The seats for the match were very good. The 18 & 50 year olds were equally swept up by the atmosphere and absolutely mad local fans. We'd definitely use FootballBreak again. Emre was beyond helpful. Any questions (and I had a few) were answered quickly and courteously. The total package was everything we needed and more.
Tip: If you're going to do the Camp Nou tour don't pay for the audio guide. I'd also be tempted to miss out the 360 experience too.
Travelled to Barcelona with my son for his 18th to watch Barca v Cadiz. Everything about the trip was great. I found booking and planning the trip with Football Break very easy and straightforward and while we were there everything went to plan and was really stress free and enjoyable. The hotel we chose (Onyx Fira) was walking distance from the stadium which was great (although quite a long walk). Our seats were better than we expected and the atmosphere was brilliant. We spent four nights in Barcelona and thoroughly enjoyed it. The stadium tour was great too, we did the players experience tour which was quite a bit more expensive but was worth it for the tour guide and the extra parts of the tour. Overall a really brilliant trip and I would definitely travel again with Football Break
Just got back from our Barcelona trip and just wanted to say a big thank you to you and your team. It was my first time booking a football match abroad and I was a little bit worried that it might not all come together. It was amazing, hotel/flights both really good, easy and convenient. Support via email, again excellent. To top it off, my seat was behind the goal, just in front of the Barcelona ultras. Amazing atmosphere. Thanks again, will defo use you guys again.
Tip: Outside of the football we did a Segway tour and that was an excellent way to see the city.
The package break we booked through Football Break was really well organised everything was great, the flights hotel and tge match seats were great!
Tip:Yes definitely get some comfy shoes as lots of walkimg if you want to visit Barcelonas most famous spots. Also would recommend familiarising with public transport and cabify for taxis.
Me. My wife and our 2 teenage sons went to watch FC Barcelona play at camp nou The flight over was an hour delayed but it was not a big issue. The hotel was OK. Nothing special but perfectly adequate and for the price we paid I can't complain. We had chosen the tier 3 package and as expected the seats were high in the stadium but veiw of the pitch was excellent. The game was really good and the atmosphere was amazing. 80k fans singing and shouting is something to be experienced. We all had an amazing time!!
Tip: Make sure to take photo id to the stadium and claim your tax back from the Barcelona stadium shop.
Could not recommend football break highly enough, our trip was plain sailing from start to finish, everything arrived i time and more importantly in plenty of time. Flight times were excellent and gave us another full day away, hotel onix fira is in a great spot to wander round the city and only about an hours stroll to the stadium taking in a cafe for a beer or two. Although the stadium is old it’s an incredible site and great to have been inside. I’d recommend the hospitality very modern with great tapas and a selection of drinks. We went smart casual as per tickets but plenty of people in Barcelona tops and normal trainers and didn’t seem to be an issue. The only down side to our hotel was a lack of a kettle but there are plenty of cafes right on your door step, Hector at the hotel reception was incredibly helpful and full of useful knowledge re where to eat/drink etc. I looked into doing the trip separately but I’d say it’s not worth the small saving you might make as flight times etc were nowhere near as good.
Tip: Get the comfy trainers on it’s a great city to wander round. Don’t buy stuff on las ramblas you’ll get the same stuff a couple of streets away for a third of the price
I was dubious at first with the whole idea of me choosing my flights, hotel and number of nights stay to take in a football match at Spotify Camp Nou; but I have to say what a great service I received. I was able to book flights out that gave my son & I the whole day before the match to explore Barcelona - what a fantastic city - my new favourite city. The seats for the game were fantastic & what an atmosphere. 91062 attendance fir a mid-week, evening kick-off for a charity friendly international game..wow. I will be using this service again....Bayern Munich next.
Tip: Do the Spotify Camp Nou tour, but don't bother with the English audio, extra money wasted.
We stayed at the Catalonia castellnou hotel where the the staff were really helpful, the hotel was clean and the breakfast good. This is a great hotel for a visit to the nou camp as it’s only a 30 minute walk to the stadium. The nou camp is so easy to find leaving after the match was as quick as going in! Overall a great visit.