Hello all - just coming fresh off a couple of games at the Camp Nou and a couple of people requested a sort of FAQ on how to get tickets, how to get there, etc. This guide will be directed for people coming outside of the country, especially Americans. Tickets There are several outlets for buying tickets. All outlets go for sale at the same time, generally 2-3 weeks before for a league match, somewhat earlier if you are a member or know a member willing to share their Soci number and codigo personal (PIN) with you. This will also get you a discount on tickets. The main outlets are the official club website, ticketmaster.es and ServiCaixa. I ended up using ticketmaster.es, because the official website seemed to have problems accepting American credit cards. Using the official website is beneficial because you have the option of printing your tickets at home - but don't be afraid to use the other two outlets if you need to. Ticketmaster has several locations to pick up your tickets (recoger entradas) - with the easiest being at the FNAC department store right in the middle of Plaça Catalunya, easily accessible by several metro lines. You can also find other locations using the ticketmaster website. If you choose to use ticketmaster, be aware that you will need your passport AND the credit card you used to purchase the tickets when picking them up. They check both. In terms of choosing seats, the club website and ticketmaster both work the same - you're able to view a stadium map and select the exact seats you want. I'm not 100% sure but I think ServiCaixa works the same way too. ServiCaixa machines (different from ServiCaixa ATMs!) are also a good option. They are located all over the city, and you just need the credit card you used to purchase the tickets. The Camp Nou - Getting There The Camp Nou is currently serviced by 2 Metro lines - the Green Line(L3) and the Blue line (L5). The Barcelona Metro trains are labeled by their terminus stations - for example, the Green Line, depending on what direction you're going, will be labeled Zona Universitaria or Trinitat Nova. You'll need to consult the map depending on which part of the city you're coming from - generally, except for the big stations, the side of the station you go into DOES matter - smaller stations have different entrances for different sides of the line. In any case, from the green line, get off at the Les Corts Metro stop and look for the sign that says Sortida - Trav. Les Corts. Follow the street that you come out on, in the direction of the exit, for 3 blocks, and the stadium will appear on your right. For the blue line, get off at the Collblanc metro stop. It's useful to have a small city map here because the streets are tiny and you could get turned around. For me, it's easier to get off at Les Corts, but if you want a shorter walk for taking the tour, this is the way to go. According to the Metro Map, there is a planned line with a stop directly at the Camp Nou. When that is built, we can update the guide. For now - this is how you get there. Metro Notes You only need your ticket to get into the station, not on the way out - however, keep it handy - random security sweeps will come through a train to make sure you aren't a gate hopper. If you don't have it, you're libel to get fined and or clubbed, depending on the security guard! Getting in on Gameday When you reach the stadium, get out your ticket to come up to the gate. The guard will rip a corner off your ticket and admit you to the stadium grounds. Hold on to your ticket. Be warned, after you enter you can't go back outside the grounds, and there is no alcohol allowed. You ARE allowed to bring in food and non alcoholic beverages though! We brought in bocadillos and water. Read your ticket. It should tell you what access to get into the stadium through (typically the access closest to your boca, - the opening where your section is. To get through the access and into the stadium itself, you put your ticket into a scanner at your access. It's pretty straightforward. After you're in, find your boca & enjoy! A Word about the Camp Nou Experience/Tour This is the most crowded tour in Barcelona (yes, moreso than the Sagrada Familia!). Get there early if possible, but if not - make sure not to go on the day of a game or you won't be able to go into the visiting locker room, the seats, player tunnel & other portions of the tour.