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Are you planning a football trip to FC Barcelona? Then you should read on quickly. Everything you become one Football trip to FC Barcelona you can find here. We will provide you with information, give you tips and introduce you to some travelers who are already on a football trip in Camp Nou were.

Table of contents

1. Interesting facts about FC Barcelona
2. Your visit to Camp Nou
3. Sightseeing in Barcelona
4. What did other fans experience on a football trip in Barcelona?
5. FC Barcelona tickets

 

1. Interesting facts about FC Barcelona

FC Barcelona is a club with a strong Catalan identity. By analogy with the flag of Catalonia, the club colors are carmine and blue (and yellow). The stadium of FC Barcelona is the Camp Nou (literally: "New Field"), with a capacity of 99,354 seats, it is one of the largest stadiums in the world. Arch-rival is Real Madrid, the club of the Spanish capital and thus the geographical, cultural and political antithesis to Barcelona. The clash between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid is also called "El Clásico" (literally: "The classic"). The club's nickname is Barça.

1.1 history

FC Barcelona was founded on November 29, 1899 by the Swiss Hans Gamper. In the early years, many Swiss and English players played in the FC team. At the beginning of the 20th century, FC Barcelona won their first titles. With the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, it was not until the 1950s that the club was able to win big prizes again. This period of success ended in 1961 after the final of the European Cup had been lost. The 1970s put FC Barcelona back on the road to success. In the 2000s, FC Barcelona was able to win several national and European titles again. One of the world's best footballers in the ranks of FC played a major role in this success: the Argentine Lionel Messi.

1.2 fans

FC Barcelona has 1,337 official fan clubs worldwide. The Boixos Nois are considered the most fanatical supporters of the club, which translates as "crazy guys".

1.3 The current team

Some of the best footballers in the world play in the current team of FC Barcelona: Iniesta, Suárez and not to forget Lionel Messi. This is what the current team looks like:

Marc-André ter Stegen, Nélson Semedo, Gerard Piqué, Ivan Rakitić, Sergio Busquets, Denis Suárez, Philippe Coutinho, Arthur (c), Luis Suárez, Lionel Messi (team captain), Ousmane Dembélé, Rafinha, Jasper Cillessen, Malcom, Clément Lenglet , Sergi Samper, Jordi Alba, Munir El Haddadi, Sergi Roberto, Arturo Vidal, Samuel Umtiti and Thomas Vermaelen

2. Your visit to Camp Nou

FC Barcelona has played at Camp Nou since 1957. The stadium offers 99,354 spectators the opportunity to admire Barça's attractive attack football.

2.1 How to get to Camp Nou

Camp Nou is easily accessible from all parts of the city. Trams, underground trains and buses stop near the stadium. Tram: Avinguda de Xile stop (lines T1, T2 and T3) is approx. 500m from Camp Nou.

Underground: The Palau Reial, Maria Cristina and Les Corts stops on the L3, Badal on the L5 and Collblanc on the L5 and L9 are close to the stadium.

Bus: Many bus lines stop near Camp Nou: TMB lines 7, 15, 33, 43, 50, 54, 59, 63, 67, 70, 72, 74, 75, 78, 113 and D20. AMB lines L12 and Nitbus lines N2, N3, N12 and N14.

2.2 Ticket categories in Camp Nou

You can choose from seven ticket categories. Our “from” price includes tickets in the cheapest category 7. Depending on the game, you can often book a seat on the short side of the field for an extra charge of 30 euros. For 80 EUR more (can vary per game) you sit on the long side of the field.

2.3 Access to Camp Nou

The Camp Nou stadium park has 21 entrances. You can find out which entrance is best for you to use on your ticket or the accompanying letter. The entrance gate is also indicated on it. If something is not clearly stated, you can call us on weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and we have an emergency number for our travelers.

Category 7: Far from the playing field, but the cheapest (included in the “from” price).

Category 5: Short side, 2nd rank, good view of the field.

Category 2: long side, 1st / 2nd Rank: Here you experience the players very closely.

2.4 The atmosphere in Camp Nou

The atmosphere during the game can vary depending on which team you are playing against. The atmosphere is not exceptional against less good opponents, but when it comes to Real Madrid or in Champions League games, the atmosphere is fantastic. Barcelona fans are known for their colorful choreographies by holding up colored paper.

2.5 Where can I have a beer near Camp Nou?

As in most other European football stadiums, alcoholic beverages are not allowed in the stadium at FC Barcelona. Lovers of the golden-yellow hops drink can best have a beer near the camp or in the center. But where are the best bars? These are our top 3 bars near the stadium:
1. Kitty O’Shea’s
2. Lunatic Pub
3. Tapes 24 Camp Nou

3. Tips for your visit to Barcelona

Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid with 5 million inhabitants. Barcelona is the capital of the province of Catalonia and a real tourist magnet. On average, Barcelona receives around 8 million visitors from all over the world each year. Barcelona simply has a lot to offer: Shopping enthusiasts will get their money's worth here as well as those looking for culture, you can eat fantastic and also sunbathe on the beach.

3.1 Which sights should you not miss in Barcelona?

Barcelona is a great city with so much to see. Here are the top 5 sights that every visitor to Barcelona will ask you about:

• Sagrada Familia: construction of this cathedral began in 1882 and has not yet been completed. The original design comes from Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí, who left more works in Barcelona.
Tip: Buy your admission ticket in advance online via the ticket bar to avoid long queues.

• Casa Milá: An apartment complex, also designed by Gaudí. A visit to the building will take you to the frescoes, courtyards, the roof terrace and an exhibition room.

• Park Güell: a city park in the Gracia district, which was created on behalf of Güell and based on a design by Gaudí. It is the green heart of the city, equipped with a flight of stairs, a terrace, ceramics and mosaics. The visit is only allowed with an admission ticket.

• Mercat de la Boqueria: loosely translated "goat meat market". The most beautiful and largest market hall in Spain, in which, besides goat meat, of course not endless other foods and specialties are sold.

• La Rambla: shopping street where there is always something going on. The road runs for 1.2km from Plaça de Catalunya to Port Vell harbor.

3.2 Excursions in Barcelona

• Camp Nou stadium tour: gives you a behind-the-scenes look at Camp Nou. You visit the changing rooms, the players tunnel, the press room and many other places that are normally inaccessible.

• Barcelona hop-on hop-off bus: a convenient way to explore Barcelona at your own pace. There are three different tours that are linked together so that one can switch from one route to the other.

• Barcelona Bike Tour: An English-speaking city guide will show you the sights of Barcelona on a bike tour. Ideal combination of movement and information.

Tip: You can book these excursions online with us as an "extra" to your football trip.

3.3 Which airports are there in Barcelona and how do I get to the city center?

The largest and most important airport in the city is Barcelona El Prat de Llobregat. It is about 15 km from Barcelona. Five different modes of transport operate between Barcelona Airport and the center:

• Aerobus: the fastest way. The bus stops at several central points in the city: Plaça d’Espanya, Urgell, Plaça Catalunya and Plaça Universitat.

• Underground: The airport has been connected to the underground network since 2016. Line L9 goes to the airport, but there is no direct connection to the center, only with a change.

• Taxi: Taxi rides are comparatively cheap. So if you don't feel like waiting or changing trains, a taxi ride is a good alternative.

• Bus: City bus 46 runs between the city center and the airport, but it takes a lot longer than the Aerobus.

• Train: only runs from Terminal 2 to the Passeig de Gràcia or Sants Estació districts.

The airports of Girona and Reus are served by some low-cost airlines, but they are located approx. 100 km from Barcelona.

4. What did other fans experience on a football trip in Barcelona?

Football Travel Online has more than 15 years of experience in organizing football trips to, among others, Barcelona. In all this time we have been able to help many football fans to have an unforgettable experience in Camp Nou.
Here are some impressions from football fans who have already made their trip to Barcelona.

4.1 Photos from football trips to Barcelona

Jörg Weiß: “Every year we go on a weekend trip with our group of friends. This year we decided to go on a football trip to FC Barcelona. It was a lot of fun! "

The Groß family attended a Champions League game in Barça: "An all-round well-organized trip with our places at Camp Nou as the highlight."

The Hess family: "Our son enjoyed the football trip to FC Barcelona to the full."

Sven Dröge went on a football trip to FC Barcelona with his friends: “We had a great time in Barcelona. We won't forget our visit to Camp Nou anytime soon. "

The König family: “We had great seats on the long side of the field. So we were able to follow the game optimally. "

Father and son Koster in Camp Nou: "Great weather, good game, everything went very well."

 

5. FC Barcelona tickets

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