FC Barcelona allows weddings at the Camp Nou | football news

Barcelona is still experiencing financial difficulties. In order to make money, the Catalans are now offering the possibility of marrying fans at the venerable Camp Nou. There are different price models.

In 2015, FC Barcelona allowed the couple to marry at the Camp Nou after they got engaged during a tour of the stadium at the same venue two years earlier. In the future, fans will no longer need an anecdote to hold their wedding ceremony in the Catalan football temple.

Prices range between 1600 and 13500 euros

As announced by the club, fans can rent the stadium for the special day, with different models available. The cheapest option, “Foundation Lounge”, costs 1,600 euros and is best suited for a small wedding from 25 to 50 people. The most expensive alternative is Tribune Hall, which has several exits overlooking the square. This room can accommodate from 300 to 1000 people and costs 13,500 euros.

An alternative can be the Camp Nou balcony. Depending on the number of visitors, this option costs between 6000 and 7000 euros and allows guests to experience one of the greatest stadiums in world football up close.

Photo gallery: the largest stadiums in Europe


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    30th place: Stade Velodrome, Marseille (60.031 seats) © DPA pa
  2. 29th place: Emirates Stadium, London (60338 seats)
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    29th place: Emirates Stadium, London (60338 seats) © DPA pa
  3. 28th place: Celtic Park, Glasgow (60355 seats)
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    28th place: Celtic Park, Glasgow (60,355 places) © DPA pa
  4. 27th place: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart (60,441 seats)
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    27th place: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart (60,441 seats) © DPA pa
  5. 26th place: Anfield, Liverpool (about 61,000 seats)
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    26th place: Anfield, Liverpool (about 61,000 places by 2023/2024) © DPA pa
  6. 25th place: Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen (61973 seats)
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    25th place: Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen (61973 seats) © DPA pa
  7. 24th place: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London (62,062 seats)
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    24th place: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London (62,062 seats) © DPA pa
  8. 23rd place: Murrayfield, Edinburgh (67,144 seats)
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    23rd Place: Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh (67,144 seats) © DPA pa
  9. 22nd place: Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid (67,703 places)
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    22nd place: Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid (67,703 seats) © DPA pa
  10. 21st place: Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg (68,134 seats)
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    21st place: Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg (68,134 seats) © DPA pa
  11. 20th place: Munich Olympic Stadium (69,250 seats)
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    20th place: Munich Olympic Stadium (69,250 seats) © DPA pa
  12. 19th place: Kyiv Olympic Stadium, Kyiv (70,050 seats)
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    19th place: Kyiv Olympic Stadium, Kyiv (70,050 seats) © DPA pa
  13. 18th place: Athens Olympic Stadium, Athens (71,030 seats)
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    18th place: Athens Olympic Stadium, Athens (71,030 seats) © DPA pa
  14. 17th place: Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (72,647 seats)
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    17th place: Estadio da Luz, Lisbon (72,647 seats) © DPA pa
  15. 16th place: Rome Olympic Stadium, Rome (72,698 seats)
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    16th place: Rome Olympic Stadium, Rome (72,698 seats) © DPA pa
  16. 15th place: Principality Stadium, Cardiff (74,500 seats)
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    15th place: Principality Stadium, Cardiff (74,500 seats) © DPA pa
  17. 14th place: Olympiastadion Berlin, Berlin (74,649 seats)
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    14th place: Olympiastadion Berlin, Berlin (74,649 seats) © DPA pa
  18. 13th place: Allianz Arena, Munich (75,024 seats)
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    13th place: Allianz Arena, Munich (75,024 seats) © DPA pa
  19. 12th place: Old Trafford, Manchester (76,312 seats)
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    12th place: Old Trafford, Manchester (76,312 seats) © DPA pa
  20. 11th place: Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, Naples (76,824 seats)
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    11th place: Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, Naples (76,824 seats) © DPA pa
  21. 10th place: Luzhniki Olympic Stadium, Moscow (78,360 seats)
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    10th place: Luzhniki Olympic Stadium, Moscow (78,360 seats) © DPA pa
  22. 9th place: Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, Milan (80,018 seats)
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    9th place: Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, Milan (80,018 seats) © DPA pa
  23. 8th place: Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid (81,044 seats)
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    8th place: Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid (81,044 seats) © DPA pa
  24. 7th place: Stade de France, Paris (81,338 seats)
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    7th place: Stade de France, Paris (81,338 seats) © DPA pa
  25. 6th place: Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund (81,365 places)
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    Sixth place: Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund (81,365 places) © DPA pa
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    Fifth place: Twickenham Stadium, London (82,000 seats) © DPA pa
  27. Fourth place: Croke Park, Dublin (82,300 seats)
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    Fourth place: Croke Park, Dublin (82,300 seats) © DPA pa
  28. Third place: Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul (83,000 seats)
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    Third place: Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul (83,000 seats) © DPA pa
  29. Second place: Wembley Stadium, London (90,000 seats)
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    Second place: Wembley Stadium, London (90,000 seats) © DPA pa
  30. 1st place: Camp Nou, Barcelona (99,354 places)
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    First place: Camp Nou, Barcelona (99,354 seats) © DPA pa

Camp Nou is also available for recreational soccer players

Whichever atmosphere you choose, it can be used for six hours and a hostess is on hand to provide support. Cleaning before and after the event is already included in the price.

It was recently announced that Barcelona is also leasing the stadium to footballers who want to play in the Legendary Tour. Catalans spare no effort to pump money into their narrow coffers.

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