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Derek Howarth

Match: Barcelona v Manchester City

Published: 24/11/2016


We travelled to the Nou Camp on the official supporters trip organised by Manchester City. The coach park was around a 15 minute walk to the stadium.


There were no signs around the stadium to where the accessible entrances were located, but Manchester City’s own stewards were on hand to help direct us to the disabled area.


Once we got here, we discovered we were in the Barcelona end and not with the rest of the City supporters.


The wheelchairs spaces are located at the rear of the lower tier and the view from here was very limited due to the overhang from the tier above and also because of the home supporters, who stood up for the match, so it was difficult to see the game, at times it was just impossible to see the pitch.


The concourses and toilet facilities were located very close to the disabled area.


The access in and out of the disabled area was flat and easy to negotiate. Access getting back to the coach park was more difficult due to the size of the crowds.


Overall, we were disappointed with the Nou Camp and particularly the poor view that we had. We would not visit this stadium again.

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