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About Nou Camp

Nou Camp Stats

Current home toCatalonia
Former home ofBarcelona
Football visits27,572 (16.0% of our users have been here)
Other visits9,769
AddressC. dAristides Maillol, Barcelona, 08028, Spain
Also known asEstadi del FC Barcelona, Camp Nou
First game Barcelona 4-2 Legia Warsaw

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Nou Camp Average Ratings

These are the average ratings for Nou Camp as submitted by our registered users.

My RatingAverage Rating
OverallAverage rating: 4.5
LocationAverage rating: 4.2
ViewAverage rating: 4.1
FacilitiesAverage rating: 3.6
Food & DrinkAverage rating: 3.1
PoliceAverage rating: 3.2
AtmosphereAverage rating: 3.9

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Latest Reviews

4.0 stars
Poor facilities, but you're watching Barcelona...

Review written by tom1990 a Manchester United supporter on 26th February 2018

3.0 stars

Review written by ngunn13 a Sunderland supporter on 14th June 2017

4.0 stars
Nou Camp

Review written by groundhopper91 a Cambridge United supporter on 3rd January 2017

4.5 stars
one of the iconic world stadiums

Review written by Srf a Millwall supporter on 8th March 2016

5.0 stars
What A Way To Watch Football

Review written by gaz12321 a Luton Town supporter on 21st June 2013

5.0 stars

Review written by butskijnr an Ebbsfleet United supporter on 21st November 2011

4.5 stars
Feels a bit special..

Review written by facebook-user-66867 a Coventry City supporter on 3rd June 2010

2.0 stars
Not really up to scratch really

Review written by facebook-user-58595 an Arsenal supporter on 11th April 2010

5.0 stars

Review written by facebook-user-32100 a Tottenham Hotspur supporter on 21st September 2009

4.5 stars
A magical stadium

Review written by facebook-user-57590 a Manchester United supporter on 15th September 2009

5.0 stars
Best stadium ever !

Review written by facebook-user-88153 a Watford supporter on 19th May 2009

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News about Nou Camp

Barcelona to leave Nou Camp for one season

Saturday 30th April 2022

Barcelona are set to play the 2023/2024 season at the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys as renovation work at the Camp Nou steps up.

The La Liga giants have announced the move as part of the plans to modernise the Camp Nou and increase its capacity of 105,000 - further cementing its place as the largest stadium in Europe.

Work is due to start next season, with changes being made to the first and second tiers. The stadium will remain at full capacity whilst the work is carried out. Barca will then move into the Lluis Companys as construction moves to the third tier. The club then intend to return to the Nou Camp for the 2024/2025 season, with the capacity cut by around 50%.

Work should be completed during the 2025/2026 season, with the capacity increased to 105,000.

The Lluis Companys is a 60,000 seater capacity stadium, which was first built for the 1992 Olympics. It is located around 2 miles away from the Nou Camp.

New womens football attendance record set

Friday 1st April 2022

FC Barcelona have set a new record attendance for a women's football match.

The new record crowd of 91,533 was set for Barcelona's women's Champions League tie against Real Madrid at the Camp Nou.

The attendance was more than 5,000 higher than the 86,000 who watched the last men's El Clasico. It narrowly beat the previous world record of 90,185 which was set in the 1999 women's World Cup final when USA hosted China at the Rose Bowl in LA.

The attendance comes as England prepares to host the women's Euros this summer, with several matches already sold out. Tickets start from just £10 and can be purchased from the UEFA website.

Barcelona modifies Camp Nou redevelopment plans

Saturday 23rd October 2021

FC Barcelona have announced modified plans to upgrade the Camp Nou. The new plans will see a striking new 360 degree screen at the top of the new roof, similar to the one found in Atlanta United's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The La Liga outfit have also confirmed that most of the work will be confined to the third tier, with plans to temporarily move 12,500 lower tier season ticket holders now shelved.

The modified plans will still see the capacity rise to 105,000 - cementing the Camp Nou's place as the largest football stadium in Europe.

Work on the €1.5bn project is due to get underway in summer 2022.

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