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Camp Nou and Barça Museum

Camp Nou has been Futbol Club Barcelona’s stadium since its official inauguration on December 24, 1957, and is today ranked among the world’s “Elite 5 stars” stadiums by the UEFA.

The structure is 48 meters tall and spans 55,000 square meters (250 across, and 220 deep). In accordance with UEFA norms, the playing field measures 105 meters by 68 meters. Its seating capacity for 99,354 spectators makes Camp Nou the largest stadium in all of Europe. But its record attendance hit 135,000 audience members at a 1988 Michael Jackson concert, where a good part of the crowd filled out the field to enjoy the show.

The stadium’s facilities and additional spaces include a small chapel beside the changing rooms, box seating, a VIP room, press room, various television studios, press booths, technical offices, a Center for Sports Medicine, Operational Control Unit, team alumni lounge, the FC Barcelona Museum, a childcare facility, and various other office and leisure spaces for the club’s different sections.

The FC Barcelona Museum is located within Camp Nou’s facilities in Barcelona, and keeps on display all the trophies ever won by the Catalan club’s various sections, as well as objects and artifacts related to its teams, players, and fan base. It is one of the region’s most popular museums, and was rededicated as President Núñez Museum in the year 2000, in honor of the former president and museum founder Josep Lluís Núñez.

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