Public at the Camp Nou

Senior Passport for Members

This is a new social action approved by the Board of Directors and which permits free entrance to the Camp Nou for members aged over 70 years, that have been members for at least 25 years, that do not have a Camp Nou season ticket at the time of application and have not had one in the previous five years, and are not holders of a Pase de Favor Sénior.

This personal and non-transferrable document entitles the member to enter the stadium for free to watch first team football matches. To enter the Camp Nou, the user simply has to activate the passport, which must have been requested and collected previously and in person from the Barcelona Supporter Services Office (OAB). As the document features a barcode, users must pass through the entrance turnstiles.

This document is valid for one season and must be renewed in person at the OAB from July 1 of each season.

How does it work?

The passport will be associated to a mobile app (available for the Apple and Android systems). From six days before the match, the member will be able to quickly activate the passport for the match that he/she wishes to attend. The app will indicate which gate to enter the stadium by, which will be in the Gol Sud or Gol Nord zones.

For safety and capacity reasons, there shall be a maximum number of entrances permitted using such passports, and once this limit has been reached, no further passports may be activated. So users should check for the availability of free tickets before travelling to the stadium.

Users that do not have a smartphone that is compatible with mobile apps may activate their Senior Passport via the club website or in person at the Barcelona Supporter Services Office.

Excluded matches

Matches excluded from this project are those against Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid, knockout games in the Champions League and matches in the Spanish Super Cup.

The Club also reserves the right to declare any other matches exempt on exceptional sporting or safety grounds.