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FC BARCELONA- Museum & Stadium

Museum and Stadium Tour
Stadium Tour and Museum

  • The Historic Museum: Displays more than a hundred years of club history including all the major trophies won by the different sports teams, photographs, sports materials from different periods, audiovisual presentations, anecdotes and a wide range of other exhibits and souvenirs that make any visit an emotional experience.
  • Futbolart Collection - Pablo Ornaque: A whole universe of curiosities and antiques related to the history of the sport from the 19th century to the modern day, all set in an authentically modernist ambience.
  • Futbolart Collection - Pablo Ornaque: Displays that can cover all manner of different subjects, for example ‘The Joan Gamper Exposition, 1877-1930: The men, the club, the country', which explains the life and times of the club founder; 'More than football!!! Images of a passion', that displays photographs in homage to the printed press that has done so much to promote the Barça story; or 'Cesc, cartoons of a period 1953-1988', that exhibits the cartoons of artist Cesc.
An extended way of enjoying an FC BarcelonaMuseum Visit is to go on the Camp Nou Tour on which, as well as the museum area, visitors can also enjoy the chance to explore some of the most emblematic areas of the Barcelonastadium.

A little bit of History of the FC Barcelona Museum:

The idea of creating a Museum to display the history of FC Barcelona goes back to the twenties, when the club founder Joan Gamper put the suggestion to members of the board.

For various reasons, the project never got off the ground. It was not until 1984 during the Josep Lluís Núñez presidency that the club was able to inaugurate its Museum. FC Barcelona was once again setting standards for the rest of the football world to follow. Since then, the Museum has been expanded on three occasions, in 1987, 1994 and 1998, to now become a facility that takes up a surface area of 3,500 m2 .

Year after year, the Museum has been consolidated as one of the finest platforms for explaining the social and cultural projection of the club. It has gained so much prestige that it is now generally considered the best football museum in the world, and is also the most visited museum in the whole of Catalonia, welcoming more than 1,200,000 visitors a year. The Museum has also set an example that many other clubs both in Spain and abroad have followed by starting similar initiatives of their own.