Here you'll find answers to all the questions you may have about your visit to the Camp Nou Experience
01. What is the capacity of the Nou Camp? 98.787, though this is less for Champions League games.
02. Can I visit the home team changing rooms as well as the visitors' ? Unfortunately this is not possible as it is in constant use and the players keep their own personal items there.
03. Do the team train at the Stadium? The first team usually train behind closed doors at the Ciudad Deportiva Joan Gamper. Occasionally they do train at the Nou Camp on the morning of a match day played at home.
04. Can you watch the first team training sessions? They are almost always held behind closed doors at the Ciudad Deportiva, but there are also sometimes sessions open to the public.
05. Which are the most expensive and the cheapest seats? The most expensive are in the Tribuna in the main stand and the cheapest are the General in the rest of the ground
06. Can you buy tickets for a game, or are they only for members? Most seats are reserved for club members, but there are always seats available for the general public. You can find more information here
07. Where do away supporters sit? In the top tier behind the Gol Sur.
08. Is the Nou Camp used for other sports or events, or only for football? Only football is played at the Nou Camp, although sometimes concerts – such as the U2 gigs in summer 2009, are held there.
09. Is the Nou Camp home to any other teams? Barça are the only team who play at the Nou Camp, though it does occasionally host friendlies or international games between other teams.
10. Is there a guide on the Tour? No, but you can pay for a private guide.
11. Is there a restaurant in the Stadium? Within the perimeter of the Camp Nou you will find a restaurant in the ice rink and a couple of fast food and sandwich outlets: Pans & Company and the FCB Carpa.
12. Can you take photos on match day? Yes.
13. Does the Museum open on matchdays? Yes, but it closes 3 hours before kick-off.
14. Is it necessary to book ahead for the tour and the Museum? Only for groups of more than 20 people.
15. How much does the ticket for the Camp Nou Experience cost and what does it include? Tickets for non-members cost 23€ and include a visit to the Camp Nou installations, the Museum and the Multimedia zone.
16. How long does the Camp Nou Experience last? About one and a half or two hours.
17. Where does the Camp Nou Experience start? In the passageway between the FCB Botiga Megastore and Pans & Company.
18. Where can I buy tickets to the Museum? From the Museum ticket office or on the Internet.
19. Which are the nearest underground railway stations to the Camp Nou? Line 5: Collblanc i Badal, and Line 3: Maria Cristina, Palau Reial and Zona Universitària.