Members of the media seeking press passes for first team matches at the Camp Nou should follow the following procedure
An e-mail (we don't accept requests from Hotmail, Gmail or similars) must be sent to the club Communications Department from the company. The request must be made through the director, head of sports or one of the editing managers.
The period for requesting press passes for League, Spanish Cup, Spanish Super Cup or UEFA Europa League matches will end seven working days before the match date. The period for the FC Barcelona v Real Madrid match will end onemonth before the match date.
For Champions League matches, the period will end ten working days before the match date.
The time limits may vary in accordance with the amount of space available in the different press areas: press box, pitch-side and press area.
Requests will not be processed that arrive after the time limit is up, and we recommend that you contact the Communications Department to make sure that the request has been received.
You are warned that sending a request does not guarantee a press pass to see first team matches at the Camp Nou.
PICKING UP THE MEDIA PRESS PASS
Once you receive an e-mail confirming that your request for accreditation has been approved, you can obtain your media press pass on matchday at Accreditation Centre (gate 14).