1. What is the Documentation Centre?
    The FC Barcelona Centre for Documentation and Studies is dedicated to the history of FC Barcelona and is divided into a Newspaper Archive, Library, Historic Archive and Photographic Archive. It can be freely accessed by anybody wishing to make a consultation.
  2. Where is it?
    On the second floor of the Club Museum in the Camp Nou grandstand.
  3. Can visitors to the Museum enter?
    The Documentation Centre is not part of the Museum but rather a place for study and consultation, therefore visitors to the Museum may not enter unless it is to make use of its services. The first visit must be arranged by phone. Access to the Centre is via Gate 9 or 14 at the Stadium and then the FC Barcelona Museum entrance
  4. What do you have to do to visit the Documentation Centre?
    The first time you must arrange a visit by telephone (to avoid paying entrance to the Museum), unless you are a member in which case you can enter for free. To enter the Centre you must go to stadium access 9 (access 7 with vehicles), go to the FC Barcelona Museum and collect your invitation. If you have to return more times to the Documentation Centre you can get a free pass for successive days to avoid having to queue at the FC Barcelona ticket offices.
  5. Can historic materials be donated to the Documentation Centre?
    The CDiE-FCB accepts donations of photographs, books, newspapers, magazine and documents that can complement its archives and is committed to the conservation and custody of the same.
  6. Does the Centre have a lending service?
    There is no lending service, but photocopies can be made.