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The Best Fan Experience: FC Barcelona Museum and Spotify Camp Nou Tour

The Barça Museum houses a whole world of football history in one impressive area. It is crammed with beautiful artefacts that showcase the past and present of one of the best football clubs in the world.

We’re talking about the team’s very first football kits and of course a massive haul of trophies. This club has become the statement club in world football and a tour of the Camp Nou museum will make anyone dream of playing for Barcelona.

The world’s best players hail from Barcelona. The best coaches have learned their trade here and indeed, Barcelona’s football, Total Football, is the blueprint of the modern game, brought from the Netherlands by Dutch master Johan Cruyff, enjoyed by the world.

How is the Spotify Camp Nou Tour?

Mindblowing, in one word. Fans are often silenced by the sheer beauty of the stadium, and the Camp Nou Museum leaves them speechless. You’ll head pitchside, be within touching distance of the harrowed turf which has been graced by the world’s best athletes and you’ll also understand the rich culture of the club. This club is not just about football. Its foundation is firmly rooted in the unique culture of Catalunya, and this team symbolises the historical and current importance of what it means to be Catalan. From the colours of the shirt to the team motto “Mes Que Un Club”, you’ll enter an admirer and leave as a true fan. 

What’s in the FC Barcelona Museum.

From the second you take your first steps in the museum, you’ll feel the presence of brilliance. Firstly, the trophies speak for themselves, but you’ll see way more than that. After all, the trophies are just the tip of the iceberg. The whole club is sprinkled with history. You’ve got the gorgeous chapel, blessed by Pop John Paul II himself in 1982, right next to the pitch tunnel and dressing rooms and of course the views from the top seats are breathtaking.

The Camp Nou Museum has a collection of football kits that rivals any other world museum, as you can only imagine the greats that have plied their trade for this glorious establishment. From Johan Cruyff to Leo Messi with everyone in between, the world’s best hail from Barcelona.

You’ll be able to see:

  • Football shirts from the last century
  • The world’s first footballs
  • Football shoes from the 1800s 
  • A special edition El Clasico table soccer 
  • Trophies, trophies and more trophies
  • Ballon d’Oros
  • The Chapel
  • Signed artifacts
  • And much much more.

FC Barcelona Museum and Tour Prices

The tour is unlike any other tour you’ll go on. The view from the commentary gantry alone is absolutely stunning and you’ll soon find yourself putting on your best commentator’s accent!

Basic tours start at €28 which include the Barca Museum and a tour of the Spotify Camp Nou, but you can experience much more.

At €139 you’ll be able to get the extended tour, including the changing room and pressroom immersion, together with a free shirt personalisation AND professional photos of your visit.

There are many options in between those two, but as a rough ballpark, you’ll need to dedicate over two hours to fully immerse yourself in the FC Barcelona experience.

Where to buy tickets for the FC Barcelona Museum

Head to official website to book your slot today. From there you can also choose other sports, as Barcelona is not just a football club. But are beasts at Basketball and Hockey too!

The Museum’s next historic piece is chosen by Fan Tokers

Socios.com knows the importance of fan power and has collaborated with the Spotify Camp Nou Museum to let $BAR Fan Token holders pick the next historical item to be inducted into the Camp Nou Museum. Three items have been shortlisted:

  • Romario’s football shoes used between 1993-1995
  • A Blaugrana jersey from 1978-1979
  • An orange & black jersey from 1910-1912

Of course, most readers will be familiar with Brazlian legend Romario, who scored 39 goals in 65 appearances for the club. His black Nike shoes are iconic and were popular in the 1990s.

The jerseys are a true piece of history, with the 1910 jersey being of particular significance due to the fact that it is now 100 years old.

Voting will take place on the Socios.com app where Fan Token holders can head to the Barcelona page to take part.

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