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The Liga fixture between FC Barcelona and Almeria, to be played on Wednesday 8 April at 8.00pm CET, will be the first for which the new measures for the Children’s Passport will be applicable. The age for which the offer is available has been raised from 7 to 14 years, for which reason the club has opened a new period for online applications. Children up to 14 can access the Passport by filling in an application form on the website between March 9 and 19. The Passport is free, will be sent to the given home address and is valid until the end of the current season. The Passport will be automatically renewed every year and the new one will be sent by mail.
Once this period for online applications for the Children’s Passport has ended, interested members in ordering one can do so until the end of the season by coming in person to the OAB. Members that already have a Passport are not required to do anything additional.
The Children’s Passport is a free pass created by the club at the start of this season as part of the ‘Children at the Camp Nou’ project. The aim is to control and register entrance of children under 14 to the stadium in order to comply with all of the security regulations concerning the entry of minors to sports stadiums.
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Free app and club website
In order for child members to enter the Camp Nou, they must activate the Children’s Passport up to six days before the game and at any time before kick-off. They can do this using the free ‘FCB Children’s Passport’ app for mobile devices that is compatible with Apple and Android. There is also the option of activating it via the club website at www.fcbarcelona.com.
Requests for access must be made match by match, and once the Passport has been activated, the system will indicate the stadium gate through which the minor and the adult accompanying them may enter. Remember that the adult companion may not free the seat using the Seient Lliure system.
‘Children at the Camp Nou’ still active
All members that do not wish to obtain the Children’ Passport may continue asking, match by match, for a free physical ticket for children aged up to 14 years of they are the children or grandchildren of members. This can be done in person at the club ticket offices or online up to six days before the game starts. This system will also first come into operation for the home fixture against Almeria.
Senior Passport from March 16
From March 16, all members wising to obtain a Senior Passport may make their applications. This offer is for members aged 70 or more that have been members for at least 25 years and have held a season ticket for at least the last five years. Applications of the Senior Passport must be made in person at the OAB.
For all of these offers there is a limit on the number of passes per match so please check availability before coming to the stadium. Also bear in mind that children may not purchase tickets for what are classed as high risk matches, which are all games against Real Madrid or Atlético Madrid and games in the knockout stage of the Champions League. Others games can be declared to be high risk at the discretion of the club.
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