Camp Nou chief would “think twice” before following Spurs and opening stadium to other events
10 April 2019
As Camp Nou undergoes £510 million redevelopment, ambience is king.
“We don’t have a Wembley,” says FC Barcelona’s director of real estate.
Since opening in 1957, Camp Nou has been the venue for a whole list of moments that have entered football history.
Eenovated in 1995 and 2008, the stadium is currently part of the Espai Barça redevelopment project that will expand capacity from 99,354 to 105,000.
The project will replace the Palau Blaugrana arena, which hosts basketball, handball, futsal and roller hockey, with the venue going from a capacity of 7,585 to 12,500.
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