fc barcelona v arsenal
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
ROUND OF 16 - KNOCK OUT STAGE - 2ND LEG
FC BARCELONA V
Arsenal Football Club
Telephone: 0207 619 5000
The information sourced was correct at time of publication, all times
shown are local which is one hour ahead of the UK.
KICK OFF: 20:45 (LOCAL TIME)
CAMP NOU – BARCELONA, SPAIN
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Stadium Name | Camp Nou
The Camp Nou is the biggest stadium in Europe, and has
been the home of FC Barcelona since it was built in 1957.
Although it was officially named ‘Estadi del FC Barcelona’,
the stadium came to be popularly known as the ‘Camp Nou’
(the new ground). During the 2000/01 season, club members
voted to adopt Camp Nou as its official name.
Capacity | 99,336
All seated not under cover.
Calle Aristides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain
Website | www.fcbarcelona.com
For information about tours of the Camp Nou, please visit
How to get to the Camp Nou
The Camp Nou is approximately 5km from the centre of Barcelona.
From the main square (Plaça de Catalunya) in the centre of Barcelona, take the green Metro line L3 from Catalunya towards
Zona Universitaria. Alight at Maria Cristina. From Maria Cristina it is a 15 minute walk towards the stadium. Should you wish to use a metro train, you will need to buy a ticket before boarding
TRANSPORT TICKETS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN MATCH TICKETS. Taxis
Only take black and yellow coloured taxis with an official taxi
sticker and number.
There is no designated car parking facility for away supporters.
Away coaches wishing to park near the stadium can do so in the
University grounds located on C/Menéndes Pelayo. If you wish to
bring a coach to Camp Nou, this must be registered by close of
business on Monday 7th March 2016 with the Club’s SLO, Mark
The Camp Nou will open at 18:30hrs.
Arsenal stewards will also be on hand to offer assistance and
translation where possible.
Supporters can enter the stadium with their ticket at Access 21,
which will open at 18:30hrs, away fans are encouraged to only use
Access 21 that is designated for away supporters only. Category 1
tickets are located in Access 10.
Unreserved seating will operate in the away section, however, you
will be directed to the block detailed on your match ticket.
Private security will search all fans on arrival and only small bags
are permitted, storage is not available for large bags
Flags and banners are permitted but must be restricted to one square
metre in size; however any flag or banner displaying anything which
can be construed as racist, defamatory, homophobic or political will
be confiscated. Flags and banners will be permitted at steward’s
discretion. Flagpoles and sticks are not permitted.
The following items are banned in the stadium and will be
Megaphones and drums
Fireworks and flares
Drinks, bottles, cans and glasses
Knives, belts, chains or any objects which can be thrown or
used as a weapon
Supporters are expected to be held back after the final whistle for a
maximum of 30 minutes. Should this change during the match, clear
announcements will be made to advise you of this.
The information sourced was correct at time of publication. All times
shown are local, which is one hour ahead of the UK.