The Camp Nou will be the scene of FC Barcelona's next four matches, from December 8th to December 19th. Juventus, in the Champions League, and Levante, Real Sociedad and Valencia, in the league, are Barça's opponents in a busy December.
Barça will close out the group stage of the Champions League against the team from Turin. Although the blaugranes have already qualified for the Round of 16 for the 17th consecutive season, there are still incentives to win.
First position in the group is still at stake for example, and Barça will look to end the group stage with six wins out of six, something they've not achieved since the 2002/03 season. Furthermore, there is a possible reunion between Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, who will meet again in a club match after not doing since the 2017/18 campaign. Finally, Pjanić and Arthur could play against their former team-mates.
Don't forget Barça's victory at Juventus Stadium (0-2).
Following the European commitment comes a run of LaLiga games, three in a week, beginning with Levante.
With hardly any time to rest, the Catalans will host the txuri-urdin, on matchday 19. This match has been brought forward given that, on the original date of the match, Barça will have to play in the Copa del Rey. Imanol Alguacil's side are one of the best teams in the domestic competition at present and will surely prove to be a tough test.
Three days later, Barça host Los Che, the last of the four games in a row at the Camp Nou.
It has been six years since the stadium saw four consecutive Barça matches. The last time came during the 2013/14 season with Tata Martino at the helm. Ronald Koeman's side have to turn the Camp Nou into a fortress now in order to climb the league table. Barça's record at the Camp Nou this season is five wins, one draw and one defeat.