Located in the neighborhood called « las Corts ». The soccer field of “Camp Nou” has been built in 1957 but it is still the biggest soccer field of Europa and the second biggest in the world.
The world famous stadium is composed of: El Palacio Blau-Grana, the F.C Barcelona Museum, the ice rink and the mini stadium.
In the museum, you can find a permanent collection of unique sportswear, cups and other trophies, flags, badges, videos of matches and documentation on the club's history.
You can visit the Museum from Monday to Friday (November to March) from 10h to 1pm and from 3pm to 6pm. On Saturday, on Sunday and during the holidays, the museum opens from 10h to 14h.
La Masia is the name given to FC Barcelona's training facilities located near Camp Nou in the Les Corts district of Barcelona, and is often used to describe the youth academy of Barcelona.
In 2010, la Masia achieved a record breaking honour becoming the first youth academy to have trained all three finalists for the Ballon d'Or in the same year: Andrés Iniesta, Lionel Messi and Xavi Hernández.
La Masia was an old country residence, built in 1702, before its purchase by FC Barcelona in 1954. In 1979, La Masia was converted into a dormitory for young players from outside of Barcelona. In 2011 the doors of La Masia were closed and youngsters moved to the new Masia-Centre de Formació Oriol Tort, at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper.
In the 30 years since La Masia's inauguration, more than 500 youngsters have left their homes and families to stay at the academy.
How to get here:
by Metro - Les Corts / Maria Cristina (L3) by Bus - Mini-Estadi-Palau-Blaugrana (Bus №113) by Bus Turistic - FC Barcelona Stadium (Blue Line)