How much does a trip to Camp Nou cost?
FC Barcelona is one of the most globally-recognised football clubs, with a name familiar to almost everyone. So, how much should you expect to pay for a visit to Camp Nou? This all depends on when you are in Catalonia and what match you want to see. Entrance tickets to La Liga competitions cost from about €30 for lower-ranked matches up to €800 or more for El Clasico matches with accommodation, meals, and flight. With this in mind, it is worth setting up price alerts at eSky.pl deals to secure your airline tickets at promotional prices.
How to get tickets for an FC Barcelona game?
You can buy tickets for FC Barcelona in two ways – online or at the stadium ticket office. Be aware that the second option may not always be successful – particularly if you are looking for tickets to see a top team in action. However, if you’re happy to see teams such as Elche, tickets should be available right up to match day. The safest option to secure your seats is to buy a match ticket through the official FC Barcelona website. These usually go online a few weeks before the match, and you’ll receive a pdf ticket emailed directly to you. There are several seating options to choose from, including standard, VIP and VIP Premium tickets. VIP Premium offers the best view of the pitch, catering and access to the VIP lounge.
Remember that for La Liga matches, the system automatically selects your seat in the stadium according to your preferred ticket category. When buying single tickets, it is worth checking the promotions and packages tab on the FC Barcelona website, along with any offers highlighted in the club’s newsletter. It is also possible to buy season passes for FC Barcelona matches, although securing a ticket to the Catalan Duma games is never an easy task.
If you want to visit Camp Nou regularly, join Socios – the team’s elite group of fans. It is worth emphasising that members have an impact on club policy, receive discounts of up to 50% on tickets and can enter FC Barcelona’s museum for free. Socios members also have priority when purchasing tickets for the club’s most important matches, including the much-anticipated match against Real Madrid. A fee for Socios membership is payable annually in the pre-Christmas period; at the time of writing it is less than €200. The club will also send members a welcome gift, leaving you free to count down the days until you join the ticket line. Please be aware though that only the luckiest and most patient will receive a season pass, with many on the waiting list for 10 years or more.
Access to the FC Barcelona stadium
There’s more to visiting FC Barcelona than watching a live match. Even if you won’t be attending a game, it is worth visiting the Spotify Camp Nou stadium and the club museum. It is the largest football stadium in Europe with over 99,000 seats. The first match played at the facility was between FC Barcelona and the Warsaw national team in 1957, with Barcelona winning 4-2.
Book attraction tickets before you go!
The stadium is well connected to the city – the exact address is C. d’Aristides Maillol, 12. If you decide to take the metro, take Line 3 to Palau Reial or Les Corts station or Line 5 to Collblanc or Badal station. refer to walking to the stadium? Following on from Av. Les Corts, you can enter the stadium via passage No. 18. From Av. de Joan XXIII – take Entrance 9, or Entrance 15 if coming from Av. Aristides Maillol. The club also provides its fans with match day parking, however we would recommend sticking to public transport due to heavy traffic.
Visiting the FC Barcelona museum
You can buy a ticket to visit the club museum online, saving €3.50, or head straight to the stadium ticket office. The cost of the ticket depends on the inclusions during your visit, however, the cheapest entry is under €30. Once in the museum, you can learn about the club’s history, remember its most important goals, and view trophies. The highlight, of course, is seeing the stadium itself. More expensive tickets include tours of the cloakroom, press room, and entry to the pitch through the tunnel, just like the footballers. You can also enjoy a virtual tour with VR goggles, while Barca fans both young and old can take up the challenge and try their hand at scoring goals, with rewards for each goal scored. No visit can be complete without a trip around the club shop, making this a must-see for any FC Barcelona fan.
The FC Barcelona club shop offers not only club-branded athletic wear for men, women, and children, but also caps, jackets, scarves, and accessories. You can buy key rings, mugs, and even jewelry along with toys for children. You will find everything here, although the prices can be dizzying! If you plan to visit other attractions while in Barcelona, the GoCity Barcelona tourist card is a good purchase as it includes access to the FC Barcelona museum. How about a visit to the club bar? Visit the Barça Cafe! The menu includes popular dishes as well as some of the Barcelona legends’ favourite meals. On match day, the bar sells take-away snacks that you can bring into the stadium, along with cool beer, topped with the club crest.
Where to watch FC Barcelona’s game?
If you didn’t manage to secure tickets to the game but you’re in Barcelona on a match day then head to one of the many bars near Camp Nou to soak up the atmosphere – be sure to reserve a seat as they fill up quickly. T Another great option is the Futballarium Barcelona, located at Carrer de Benavent, 7, where you’ll find big screens, regular sports events, and local cuisine that is praised by residents and tourists alike. A bit further out, but close to Plaça de Catalunya, is La Taverna de Barcelona, a two-story bar with several large screens and delicious snacks to choose from.
* A football trip to Barcelona is also a great opportunity to see another Catalan team stadium –– RCD Espanyol. You can also buy tickets for matches against FC Barcelona, making this city a true winner for football fans.
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** If you want to get to know Barcelona also from a different perspective, we recommend our article on 5 Insta-worthy spots in Barcelona.