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Buy tickets for Villarreal CF at FC Barcelona at Camp Nou in Barcelona on December 2, 2018 TBA local time. There are currently 16 FC Barcelona matches available for sale.

FC Barcelona Tickets Information

FC Barcelona is one of the premier football (soccer) clubs in the world. Barcelona competes in “La Liga,” which is the top professional football (soccer) league in the Spanish football league system. La Liga has 20 teams, with Barcelona being one of the top 2 teams in terms of championships won. Often referred to as “Barca,” FC Barcelona was founding over a century ago in 1899 and has a motto which is translates to “More than a club.” Barcelona has also been incredibly successful in international competition as well. Barca took home the FIFA Club World Cup championship twice in the competitions first 1 years, winning in 2009 and 2011. The club has won over 80 championships, and is considered by some to be the best football (soccer) in the history of the game. Helping FC Barcelona achieve all of this success have been some of the most iconic players in the game including names like Lionel Messi, Cesar Rodriguez, Xavi, Laszlo Kubala and Samuel Eto’o. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for FC Barcelona Football tickets.

FC Barcelona at Camp Nou Stadium

FC Barcelona plays their home football (soccer) matches at Camp Nou in Barcelona Spain. Camp Nou has been the home of Barcelona soccer since 1957 and is one of the most iconic stadiums in all of Europe. The stadium was opened in 1957 and can currently seat over 99,000 fans. Camp Nou is the largest football (soccer) stadium in Europe by capacity and attending a game at the stadium is unlike any other experience in football (soccer). From 1957 until 2000, Camp Nou was known as Estadi del FC Barcelona. The name Camp Nou roughly translates to “New Field.”

Last updated: Oct 19 2018