Camp Nou

Carrer d'Arístides Maillol. (Open Map)


Where FC Barcelona has played since 1957

Camp Nou is one of football's great stadiums, a vast cauldron of a ground that holds 98,000 spectators. That's a lot of noise when the team is doing well, and an awful lot of silence when it isn't. If you can't get there on match day but love the team, it's worth visiting the club museum.

The excellent guided tour of Camp Nou takes you through the players' tunnel to the dugouts and then, via the away team's changing room, on to the President's box, where there is a replica of the European Cup, which the team won at Wembley in 1992 and again in Paris in 2006.