Since the game with Real Sociedad, the FC Barcelona Social Area has been running a new initiative to help everybody get to see matches. The "T'acompanyem" (We'll Take You There) project, in collaboration with the Red Cross, helps anybody with limited mobility to get to their seat in the Camp Nou.

Members, supporters clubs or fans with a disability, or suffering from a temporary injury, or doing rehabilitation, can go to any of the four care points situated on the Camp Nou ground. There they will be looked after by specially trained Red Cross volunteers, who will make sure they get to their seats safely. Once the game is over, they will also be helped back to the care points. There will also be a service to take a small number of members from their homes to the Camp Nou in a specially adapted vehicle.

Four care points in the Camp Nou

The "T'acompanyem" programme is available to all members, supporters clubs or fans at four care points located on the Camp Nou facilities. There are two points in Avinguda Joan XXIII, at accesses 1 and 9, one at access 14 in Carrer Arístides Maillol, and another at access 19, in Travessera de Les Corts.

If any supporters club member would like to make use of this service, they should contact the Supporters Clubs Department, where any doubts or queries can also be dealt with.

Pilot scheme

The "T'acompanyem" programme is currently at a pilot stage. At the moment it is only available for matches played at the weekend. The intention is for the service to eventually be available for all matches played at the stadium.

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