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This Friday 29 September is going to be a very busy one on Montjuic. Not only are Barça playing Sevilla at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, but there is also a concert by one of Spain's most beloved performers, Joaquín Sabina, in the Palau Sant Jordi next door. More than ever, fans attending the game are advised to heed a number of useful instructions, which also apply to people going to the concert.
From 4pm on Friday, vehicle access to the area around the stadium will be restricted to those with specific passes. Hence anyone going to the stadium is strongly advised to leave their car at home or park as far away from the ground as possible, and to either walk or use public transport for the rest of the journey.
Naturally, everyone is advised to arrive as early as possible. Due to the increased pressure, the 150 bus service and the Montjuïc funicular train will be running more frequently than ever for the two hours both before and after the game, as will the Metro and FGC trains. There will also be far more staff than there usually are at this time.
The best train/metro stations for reaching the ground are:
Espanya (L1, L3, L8 and other FGC lines)
Poble Sec (L3)
Paral·lel (L2, L3)
Magòria - La Campana (L8 and other FGC lines).
There are also bus services stopping at:
Placa d'Espanya (D20, D40, H12, H16, V7, 13, 23, 46, 52, 65, 79, 91, 109 & 165)
Passeig de la Zona Franca (H16, V3, V5, 23, 109 & 125).
You can also take a taxi that will drop you off close to the stadium.
A maximum of 3,500 motorbikes can park outside the stadium, with Avenida Miramar being the best road to take.
There will be car parking at Feria de Gran Vía de Hospitalet at a special rate and only payable in advance. From two hours before kick-off until midnight, there will be a free shuttle bus from the car park to the stadium.
The club is pleased to provide the following information to wheelchair users and other people with disabilities or reduced mobility and their companions: