The public return to the Johan Cruyff Stadium, with free tickets for members
This Thursday at 11.00am CET, an exclusive 24-hour period opens for members to purchase tickets for Barça B v Cornellà on Sunday
One year after stadiums were closed to fans, this coming Sunday the Johan Cruyff Stadium will open to the public once again, for them to be able to attend the game that will be played between Barça B and Cornellà.
Tickets for FC Barcelona members are free and they will have a 24-hour period of exclusivity in which to purchase them. This period begins at 11.00am CET on Thursday, March 18 and will end at the same time on Friday, when the sale will open to the public.
Two tickets in the exclusivity period
During this period of exclusivity, each member may purchase a maximum of two free tickets per card and only €1.75 must be paid as a management fee.
Tickets to attend this match can be purchased on this website through the following link.
Tickets for members are limited and the capacity of the Johan Cruyff Stadium will be reduced to 1,000 seats, which is the maximum allowed figure set by the government's plan for outdoor sports facilities.
At the time of purchasing their tickets, members must identify themselves with their password and personal membership code. It must be taken into account that the tickets will be nominal and non-transferable, since an identification control will be carried out at the stadium entrance to facilitate the traceability of all attendees.
The presence of the public in the match between Barça B and Cornellà will be governed by the pandemic regulations, and it will be necessary to comply at all times with the safety, behaviour and distancing rules necessary to make Johan Cruyff a clean and safe stadium.