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Camp Nou

FC Barcelona Stadium

Camp Nou Capacity: 98772
Club/Tennants: FC Barcelona


Camp Nou
Camp Nou

Camp Nou Stadium

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Other Names: Nou Camp
Competition: Premiera Division
Location: Barcelona, Spain, Europe

Camp Nou, also known as the Nou Camp, is the home stadium of F.C. Barcelona and is located in the Catalan city of Barcelona in Spain, Europe. The Camp Nou has been the home of Barcelona since the stadium was first opened on 24th September 1957 and replaced Barcelona's old stadium Camp de Les Corts.

The Camp Nou has a maximum capacity of 98,787 and is the largest stadium in Europe. It has played host to two Champions League Finals, the football competition of the 1992 Summer Olympics, as well as many games in the 1982 FIFA World Cup where the capacity was a massive 121,749.

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