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Nou Camp


C. Aristides Maillol


08028 Barcelona


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Getting there and Parking


By Air

The nearest airport to the Nou Camp is El Prat which is approximately 15km away. From the aiport, supporters can take either the metro, bus or train to Barcelona City Centre. All of which are accessible for disabled passengers.


By Metro

The nearest metro stations to the Nou Camp are Collblanc and Badal on Metro Line Blue L5, Palau Reial, Les Corts and Zona Universitaria both on Metro Line Green L3. These stations are approximately 0.5km to 1km away from the stadium. Nearly all lines on the Barcelona are suitable for disabled passengers including these stations nearest to the stadium. For more information on accessible metro stations in Barcelona, please click here


By Tram

Tramlines T1, T2 and T3 all stop at Avinguda de Xile stop which is approximately 500 metres away from the Nou Camp. All trams are suitable for disabled passengers, all stations have direct access at street level. Each side of the tram has six doors, four of which are adapted for passengers with reduced mobility.


By Bus

Bus lines 71214153343565767687475113157158 all run from various parts of the city to the Nou Camp. All buses in Barcelona are accessible for disabled passengers.


By Taxi

Taxi from Barcelona city centre to the Nou camp costs around €15-20. Taxi Amic S.L. provided vehicles that are adapted for wheelchair users. They need be pre-ordered prior to journeys by telephoning +34 93 420 8088. 





Getting a Ticket


Spectator Viewing areas






Disabled fans can contact the Supporter Services Office on +34934963600.

Useful Publications and Policies


For further guidance, please refer to 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience, available in 13 different languages here.



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Anthony Joy

Match: Barcelona v Arsenal, 16th March 2016, UEFA Champions Leagye

Published: 18/3/2016


Barcelona v Arsenal

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Anthony Joy

Match: Barcelona v Arsenal, 16th March 2016, UEFA Champions Leagye

Published: 18/3/2016


March.  The month when Arsenal traditionally exit European competition.   History, form and some may say ability (lately) were not on our side but I travelled in a large group of friends to the mediterranean coast to sample some cervesa, tapas, and spring sunshine.   We instead got wind, driving rain and (what is in my opinion) a dated concrete bowl of a stadium that would be more in keeping with a winter's night in Oldham!   This was my 3rd trip to Barcelona in 5 years so we went with the intention of exploiting our relative local knowledge and ensuring we had a good time.  "Messy" is associated with Barcelona and this trip was no different.


Barcelona as a city is pretty good for wheelchair users.   Dropped kerbs in most areas, the metro is nearly all accessible and toilets are in good supply.  The Nou Camp is a stadium that will be, no doubt, on the bucket list of many. It was on mine until 2010 for my first visit.  Having been there 3 times my view has changed (familiarity breeds contempt).   The Nou Camp is a big stadium. But size is one of the only things its got going for it, being a dated mass of concrete in many areas.


Getting there

Our hotel was along La Rambla close to Drassanes metro station on Line 3 (Green).  This was accessible.   Take the metro in the direction of Zona Universitaria.  A single journey is 2Euros.  We got off at Les Corts, but you could also go one further to Maria Cristina.   Its then about a 10min walk to the stadium.  It can be busy after the game getting back to the stations.   We've taken a taxi in previous years back to the centre.


Getting a ticket.

Arsenal sourced our tickets for us, at a cost of £65 for wheelchair & companion.   The travelling support from Arsenal fans are placed in to the gods of the stadium so high you cannot hear them.   We were, as in past years, in the Barcelona home end.


Viewing Area.

This is my biggest problem with the Nou Camp.   The wheelchair viewing area is at the back of the lower tier.   The overhang of the tier above means you watch the pitch through the equivalent of a letterbox.   If you have a particularly high chair, you would have to duck down to see the crossbar at the far end.   One of the selling points of the stadium is the sheer size of it; well you dont get to take that in being placed there.   My companion took my camera to get photos down the front but unless you can walk down steps then you wont get to take it in. 


The fans in front did stay seated for the majority but when they did stand the near goal was obscured. The companion seats are not located directly next to the wheelchair.   Stewards wouldnt let my friend stand, and somewas was sitting in the seat he had allocated. He ended up sitting a block away. Despite complaints, stewards did nothing to solve the situation.



There was a good sized accessible toilet directly behind our block.  It was clean and had a good number of grab rails.  There are coffee, hotdog and baguette stands all along the inner concourse which can be directly accessed by a wheelchair user.  We wanted to leave early to beat the rush so asked a steward where the nearest exit was. He pointed directly behind to a set of steps with a incredibly steep ramp to the left.   There is no way I could have made it up there without assistance.


The Nou Camp is somewhere to tick off, but much like the San Siro in Milan the myth sadly outweighs the reality.

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Match: FC Barcelona video

Published: 11/5/2015


Video published by FC Barcelona on their existing accessible facilities and services, and planned facilities at the new stadium.



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