campnou noucamp Barça barcelone barcelona  stadium match soccer foot football. The construction of Camp Nou started on 28 March 1954 as Barcelona's previous stadium,Camp de Les Corts, had no room for expansion. Although originally planned to be called "Estadi del FC Barcelona", the more popular name "Camp Nou" was used. The June 1950 signing of László Kubala, regarded as one of Barcelona's greatest players, provided further impetus to the construction of a larger stadium.[5][6][7]

The architects were Francesc Mitjans and Josep Soteras, with the collaboration of Lorenzo García-Barbón.[8]

Early years and the 1982 World CupEdit

In May 1972, Camp Nou hosted its firstEuropean Cup Winners' Cup final betweenRangers and Dynamo Moscow. Rangers won the match with a score of 3–2. The 1970s marked a turning point for Barcelona with the signing of a new player, Johan Cruyff, in 1973. Electronic scoreboards were installed in the stadium two years later.

The stadium underwent an expansion in 1980, in anticipation of the 1982 FIFA World Cup, which added boxes, VIP lounges, a new press area, new markers and the construction of the third tier, which was however smaller in height than the original design by 6 meters, 46.60 meters compared to the original design of 52.50 meters. The expansion of the stadium added 22,150 new seats,[9] taking the total seating capacity to 71,731, and the standing capacity was expanded by 16,500 to 49,670, taking the total stadium capacity (seated and standing combined) to 121,401.[10] FC Barcelona's record attendance was set on 5 March 1986 in the European Cup quarter final against Juventus in front of 120,000 spectators, just 1,401 shy of the stadium's capacity.

campnou noucamp Barça barcelone barcelona stadium match soccer foot football. The construction of Camp Nou started on 28 March 1954 as Barcelona's previous stadium,Camp de Les Corts, had no room for expansion. Although originally planned to be called "Estadi del FC Barcelona", the more popular name "Camp Nou" was used. The June 1950 signing of László Kubala, regarded as one of Barcelona's greatest players, provided further impetus to the construction of a larger stadium.[5][6][7] The architects were Francesc Mitjans and Josep Soteras, with the collaboration of Lorenzo García-Barbón.[8] Early years and the 1982 World CupEdit In May 1972, Camp Nou hosted its firstEuropean Cup Winners' Cup final betweenRangers and Dynamo Moscow. Rangers won the match with a score of 3–2. The 1970s marked a turning point for Barcelona with the signing of a new player, Johan Cruyff, in 1973. Electronic scoreboards were installed in the stadium two years later. The stadium underwent an expansion in 1980, in anticipation of the 1982 FIFA World Cup, which added boxes, VIP lounges, a new press area, new markers and the construction of the third tier, which was however smaller in height than the original design by 6 meters, 46.60 meters compared to the original design of 52.50 meters. The expansion of the stadium added 22,150 new seats,[9] taking the total seating capacity to 71,731, and the standing capacity was expanded by 16,500 to 49,670, taking the total stadium capacity (seated and standing combined) to 121,401.[10] FC Barcelona's record attendance was set on 5 March 1986 in the European Cup quarter final against Juventus in front of 120,000 spectators, just 1,401 shy of the stadium's capacity.

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Stock photo: campnou noucamp Barça barcelone barcelona stadium match soccer foot football. The construction of Camp Nou started on 28 March 1954 as Barcelona's previous stadium,Camp de Les Corts, had no room for expansion. Although originally planned to be called "Estadi del FC Barcelona", the more popular name "Camp Nou" was used. The June 1950 signing of László Kubala, regarded as one of Barcelona's greatest players, provided further impetus to the construction of a larger stadium.[5][6][7] The architects were Francesc Mitjans and Josep Soteras, with the collaboration of Lorenzo García-Barbón.[8] Early years and the 1982 World CupEdit In May 1972, Camp Nou hosted its firstEuropean Cup Winners' Cup final betweenRangers and Dynamo Moscow. Rangers won the match with a score of 3–2. The 1970s marked a turning point for Barcelona with the signing of a new player, Johan Cruyff, in 1973. Electronic scoreboards were installed in the stadium two years later. The stadium underwent an expansion in 1980, in anticipation of the 1982 FIFA World Cup, which added boxes, VIP lounges, a new press area, new markers and the construction of the third tier, which was however smaller in height than the original design by 6 meters, 46.60 meters compared to the original design of 52.50 meters. The expansion of the stadium added 22,150 new seats,[9] taking the total seating capacity to 71,731, and the standing capacity was expanded by 16,500 to 49,670, taking the total stadium capacity (seated and standing combined) to 121,401.[10] FC Barcelona's record attendance was set on 5 March 1986 in the European Cup quarter final against Juventus in front of 120,000 spectators, just 1,401 shy of the stadium's capacity. was taken by boubouh on 07-08-2017 with samsung model SM-G935F . DPI width: 72.0, height 72.0 . White balance settings: 0.