The Camp Nou is going to be full again! After a year and half with no games, then games in an empty stadium, then games with severe restrictions, the time has finally come when the Barça stadium can fill to capacity once again!
The Government of Catalonia confirmed the news this Tuesday, and it means that from Friday 15 October, there will be no further limitations on the number of spectators at sports events in Catalonia.
It means that life will finally be back to normal at the Camp Nou for the visit of Valencia this coming Sunday 17 October at 9.00pm CEST!
The stadium will also be able to fill for two massive games that just around the corner, the must-win Champions League game with Dynamo Kyiv the Wednesday after at 6.45pm CEST, and Sunday’s Clásico against Real Madrid at 4.15pm CEST.
With full capacity back, there no longer any need to apply for tickets so the 31,946 applications made by members for seats to see the Valencia are therefore void. Everyone will be able to take their seats as normal.
Members that have not deferred payment of their memberships for this season will once again be able to use their season tickets to enter the stadium as normal and sit in their allocated seat.
As long as they have paid for the current season, members can use any of three methods to gain entry:
Anyone who has neither of these physical cards can download the digital one using the Members App.
The Seient Lliure system is not yet operative for this game. Also, the 100% capacity does not mean that any of the usual Covid-19 measures no longer apply. Facemasks must be worn at all times, entrance to the stadium will be staggered and all spectators must obey any instructions displayed on signs or issued by club personnel at all times