FC Barcelona’s Ice Skating Rink

FC Barcelona’s Ice Skating Rink

An incredible experience next to the Camp Nou

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CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE

22 and 23 of December

  • From 10:00 to 14:00 and 17:30 to 20:30.

24 and 31 of December

  • From 10:00 to 14:00

25 of December

  • CLOSED

From 26 to 30 December

  • From 10:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 20:00

From 2 to 5 January

  • From 10:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 20:00.

1 and 6 of January

  • From 17:30 to 20:30

Ice rink

Break the ice, and get skating!
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Have non-stop fun at Barça’s Ice Skating Rink!
Check our timetable for the open sessions. If you are interested in learning how to skate or perfecting the art, then you can join the Ice Skating School. We are waiting for you!
Times and prices
  • HOW TO PUT ON YOUR SKATES

    The skates should be the same size as the foot. 
    The boots should be properly laced.

    SKATING ADVICE

    The first thing you should do is get used to wearing skates by walking while supporting yourself gently on the barrier.

    PRACTICAL ADVICE

    When skating, bend your knees and keep your body straight.
    The arms should be slightly open and at the height of the hips.
    Try to start gradually by letting the skates slide one after the other.

    FALLING

    Gloves are compulsory for everyone and under 12s must wear a helmet (although everyone is advised to wear one). 
    Don’t try to get up from a sitting position by pushing up with your hands as this is almost impossible. What you should do is get into a kneeling position, raise one knee and support the skate on the ice. Put both hands on the raised knee and use it as a support to gain enough strength to lift yourself up.

    ALL-ROUND SPORT

    Skating uses every muscle in the body, and gets your legs looking good, strengthens the cardiovascular system, and is a natural way of beating stress. It’s the leg and buttock muscles that get the best workout, but it’s also good for the arms and upper body. By skating, we develop both psycho-motor skills and concentration. In other words, it’s good for everything.
    The fundamental benefit is that anyone can skate for fun, as the level of effort depends entirely on the skater in accordance with their fitness and ability. You can see this at the FCB skating school, where there are people of all ages and levels, from four years old to adults.

  • ADDRESS:

    C/Arístides Mallol 12 (main Access 15) and Av. De Joan XVIII ( Boulevard Access 9),  08028 Barcelona.

    CAR ACCESS:

    • Entrance via access 14 to the Stadium (Carrer Arístides Maillol)
    • Free parking (match days parking is available on the premises until 4 hours before kickoff).

    PEDESTRIAN ACCESS:

    • Access 9: Av. de Joan XXIII
    • Access 15: Av. Arístides Maillol
    • Access 15A: Av. Les Corts (Social Area access)
    • Access 18: Av. Les Corts

    CALL CENTRE:

    902 1899 00

    CALL CENTRE SCHEDULE: 

    Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 20.00, Saturdays from 10.00 to 14.00.

     

     

    If you enjoy excitement and want to have fun with your family, partner or friends, come and experience the top ice skating rink in Barcelona and practice one of the best winter sports.

    Ice skating is not only a fun activity it is also a healthy one. It is one of the most complete workouts there is as you use every part of your body. At FC Barcelona, you can use an Olympic sized rink where the amateur ice hockey and figure skating teams train.

    You will have an incredible experience here as an individual or in a group. We organize activities for groups and schools and we can hold an unforgettable birthday party for you. If you also want to learn, you can join our Ice Skating School where the best professionals will help you to get started or perfect your skating skills with lessons focused on learning the technique within a relaxed atmosphere.

    Have a look at our entrance fees and rental costs for such equipment as skates, gloves and helmets. And if you are an FC Barcelona member, you even get a special discount.

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