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Clasico Spanish Supercup final 1st leg

SuperCopa date 1st leg: Sunday 13th August 2017
Kick-off time: 10pm - 22.00 CET local Spanish time
Stadium: Camp Nou Stadium 
Hotels: Book HOTELS near Camp Nou
Where to watch: Free in Spain on Telecinco y TV3 (Catalunya)

Full time final result FC Barcelona 1 - 3 Real Madrid

Goals: FC Barcelona: Messi (P)
Goals: Real Madrid: Pique (OG), Ronaldo, Asensio

Tickets Spanish Supercopa 2017 FC Barcelona - Real Madrid

Barca's new manager Ernesto Valverde will have a exciting start to his new season when FC Barcelona (Spanish Cup winners) play Real Madrid (Spanish league winners) in two 'clasico' matches to decide the Spanish Supercopa. This is the first Supercopa clasico since 2012-13 when Real Madrid won on goal difference.

The Spanish Supercup is played in August every year and is a two match encounter between the winners of the previous seasons Spanish La Liga and the Copa del Rey to decide the Spanish Super champions - supercampeones de España.

This year the Spanish Super Cup final is played between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid (games between these two teams are called 'clasicos') over two matches, first at Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on 13th August and then at Santiago Bernabéu stadium in Madrid on 16th August 2017

If a team wins both La Liga and the Copa del Rey titles, then the league winners face the Copa del Rey second place runners-up.

When Barca are in the SuperCup final, it's a great opportunity to see new signings of FC Barcelona in action in one of the first football titles of the Spanish football season. 

Where to watch in Spain. If you are in Spain, then you can usually watch the Supercopa match free on one of the public TV channels and usually on TV3 in Catalunya.

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Camp Nou stadium
Carrer d'Arístides Maillol, 12
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Carrer d'Arístides Maillol 12
08028 Barcelona, Spain

Directions to Camp Nou stadium are below. Best hotels near Camp Nou. Camp Nou or Nou Camp is the stadium of FC Barcelona football club also called Barça, FCB or La Blaugrana. Camp Nou is located in Les Corts area of Barcelona (see map below).

The official name of the stadium is 'Nou Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona.' The inauguration was 24 September 1956. The Camp Nou was renovated in 1980 & 1994. The current seating capacity is 99,354 seats making Camp Nou the biggest soccer stadium in Europe.

FC Barcelona football club was founded on 29th November 1899. The FC Barcelona club colours are Blue & Red and called Blaugrana in Catalan. The FCB Club anthem is called Cant del Barça (lyrics and English translation). Camp Nou is a smoke-free zone. Smoking is not allowed anywhere in the Camp Nou stadium grounds. Scroll down to find nearest metro stations to Camp Nou and metro times and maps.

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Getting to Camp Nou stadium
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Pedestrian access gates

Access gate 9: Av. de Joan XXIII
Access gat 15: Av. Arístides Maillol
Access gate 15A: Av. Les Corts (Social Area access)
Access gate 18: Av. Les Corts 

By Metro 
Nearest metro stations to Camp Nou:
Metro station: Collblanc Blue L5
Metro station: Palau Reial‎ on Green L3
Metro station: Zona Universitària‎ on Green L3
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For Champions League games at Camp Nou the metro is usually open until midnight. For other big games which are played after 20:00 the metro sometimes extends its opening hours but be sure to check this.

By Tram to Camp Nou
Barcelona Tram lines T1, T2 & T3 tram lines have stops near Camp Nou Stadium

By Bus to Camp Nou
Buses to Camp Nou from city center. Bus line 54 is the main bus line from city center to Camp Nou ground. Usually extra buses are added on days of big games. For very big games sometimes a special public transport shuttle bus between the Camp Nou and Plaza Catalunya after the game, but please check on TMB bus website

By Taxi to Camp Nou 
Taxi to Camp Nou are about 15 euros from Barcelona city centre. The drive is about 10 minutes but can be much longer in heavy traffic before and after a big event or a big game. 
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Disabled access Camp Nou
Disabled people should always enter Camp Nou stadium at gate 62. Inside the stadium there are two adapted ramps by the goals in the first tier, which are designed for wheelchair users. Please contact the club seating department to ask about availability. If coming with an assistant, that person gets in for free.  Toilets are adapted for the disabled and there are parking spaces for the disabled just outside the grounds. FCB Museum visits are adapted for the disabled. 

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