Barcelona tickets: How to get Barcelona tickets for the Camp Nou/Lluis Companys Olympic Stadium

Barcelona tickets: How to get Barcelona tickets for the Camp Nou/Lluis Companys Olympic Stadium: Fireworks light up the Barcelona skyline over the Spotify Camp Nou during the farewell after the last match at the stadium ahead of the remodelling works at the end of the LaLiga Santander match between FC Barcelona and RCD Mallorca at Spotify Camp Nou on May 28, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain.
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How to get Barcelona tickets is one of the biggest questions of any matchgoing fan, with Camp Nou a temple of tiki-taka since the turn of the century and this goliath of a stadium the biggest club ground of any in Europe.

Well, Barcelona's epic old home is currently under construction. Not content with a 99,000-seater stadium, Barça are upgrading to a frankly astonishing 105,000 seats, turning this iconic old building into a 21st Century venue fit for kings. For now, the club are housed at Lluis Companys Olympic Stadium, the site of the 1992 Olympic Games in the city – and it's still one of the hottest Champions League tickets and best European football tickets around.

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“Barcelona might be my favourite city on Earth and the experience of watching the Blaugrana live is like nothing in football – though if you’re scared of heights, it’s always been advisable to avoid a ticket in the gods at the Camp Nou. I'm hoping that changes with an added roof – and I fully recommend the club museum too (still accessible during the rebuild), which displays all five Champions League trophies and tributes to some of the legends who have played in Catalonia. It’s a temple for any football fan.”

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Mark White
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Mark White is the Digital Content Editor at FourFourTwo. During his time on the brand, Mark has written three cover features on Mikel Arteta, Martin Odegaard and the Invincibles, and has written pieces on subjects ranging from Sir Bobby Robson’s time at Barcelona to the career of Robinho. An encyclopedia of football trivia and collector of shirts, he first joined the team back in 2020 as a staff writer.