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Pictures Camp Nou stadium & Barça museum

The Camp Nou stadium and FC Barcelona musuem is one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona

Camp Nou stadium


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The present Camp Nou (Nou Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona) was inaugurated on 24 September 1956 with renovations in 1980 & 1994. The seating capacity is 98,800 seats. In January 2014 FC Barcelona unveiled plans for a new Camp Nou to be finished in 2021. The propsoed new Camp Nou will have covered seating for 105,000 spectators and a new, steeper first tier to improve the view of the action The renovation work is planned to start in May 2017.  More about the New Camp Nou stadium

Camp Nou stadium

Futbol Club Barcelona (Barça). FCB was founded on 29 November 1899 by a Swiss citizen called Joan Gamper with a small gathering of football enthusiasts from Switzerland, England and Barcelona.  The club colours blue & red were inspired by the colours of the football team in Gamper's home town Basel. FC Basel use the same colours as FC Barcelona to this day.

Camp Nou stadium stands



Camp Nou stadium stands


'Més que un club'. More than a Club. Barcelona FC has become a symbol of Barcelona and Catalonia and today is one of the most famous and prestigious football clubs in the world with millions of supporters.

Camp Nou stadium slogan mes que un club

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Camp Nou stadium press room
Press conference room
 

FC Barcelona was a founding member of the Spanish league, La Liga in 1928, and have a long list of remarkable sporting achievements, among others having never been relegated from the Primera División, one of only three clubs to have achieved this, the others being Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao. FC Barcelona were also the very first La Liga champions
and have won countless Spanish and European titles.

Barca museum at Camp Nou


Barca museum at Camp Nou

Barcelona have won the UEFA Champions League 4 times. Barca won in 1992, in 2006, 2009 and most recently in 2011.
Barca museum at Camp Nou


The "Copa del Rey" trophy - the Spanish Cup - that Barca won most recently in 2009 as part of their historic 6 titles in 2009 including the Spanish league, Spanish Cup and Champions League. They also won it in 2012.
Barca museum at Camp Nou
In one of their best season ever Barcelona FC beat Athletic Bilbao 4-1 in the Copy del Rey Final played in Valencia.

Barca museum at Camp Nou

Joan Gamper was the man who founded the club on November 29 1899. He is also often called Joan Kamper, Hans Gamper, Johannes Gamper or Hans Kamper. He was a Swiss football pioneer, a great player and the president of FCB several times. Read full biography of Joan Gamper on FC Barcelona's website


Barca Joan Gamper

The Barça museum has full size replicas of vintage changing rooms.

Barca museum

In the Barca museum you can see memorabilia from some of the world's most famous players like this Number 10 shirt signed by Maradona

Barca museum Maradonna shirt

 

Barca museum futobolin



Barca museum

Barca museum Joan Gamper membership card

Joan Camper's membership card from 1923 signed by himself as President of the FCB  

On 14th March 1909, FC Barcelona opened their first stadium on the street Carrer Indústria in the Eixample area of Barcelona with room for an impressive 6000 fans.  This was where the nickname for the fans " Els Culers" originated from the fans that could be seen on the stadium wall from the outside.. "Culés" means "arses" and it's easy to see where the inspiration came from. The nickname for Barca fans, "els culers," has stuck till this day.

Barca museum cules

Renovation plans for Camp Nou stadium. Read about new Camp Nou Stadium
New Camp Nou stadium design 

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