The legendary Camp Nou is the third largest stadium in the world - it can seat nearly 100,000 football fans. The stadium's museum is the second most visited in Spain, after Madrid's Prado Museum. You can visit the players' changing rooms, admire the small chapel dedicated to the Black Virgin in the corridor that leads the players onto the pitch (imagine what it must feel like to have 100,000 people shouting their encouragements at you or heckling). You can also visit the press room, the presidential tribune, the touchline benches, the trophy room, and, of course, the club's official shop! (The team's slogan, Mes Que Un Club, is written on the stands in huge letters).
Awarded five stars by the UEFA, this is the biggest stadium in Europe. Its construction was completed in 1957.Â© Eduard Solé / age fotostock
On the night of an important match, the stadium can seat up to 100,000 people!© Natursports / 123RF
This 55,000m² stadium is 250 metres long and 220 metres wide. Exceptional facts and figures© Javier Soto Vazquez / 123RF
FC Barcelona was named football team of the decade for the 2000-2010 period. This is the playground of Lionel Messi, considered one of the best players in the history of football.Juan Jose JimÃ©nez GonzÃ¡lez / 123RF
The stadium has three tiers painted in red and blue to match the club's colours.Â© Martin Crowdy / age fotostock