This is more than just a club. Even if you aren't a football fan, the largest stadium in Europe is well worth a visit.
‘Mes que un club’ (‘more than a club’) is what the stands whisper at the F.C. Barcelona pitch. This is one of the most important football clubs in the world. A large amount of Barcelona locals follow this team (as well as millions of others around the world), and over 93,000 spectators flock here every other weekend. The Camp Nou Stadium was inaugurated on the day of Merced (the Patron Saint) in 1957, with unprecedented excitement. This coincided with the signing of Hungarian player Kubala, who made history on the Barcelona team. Today, it has the largest capacity of all Spanish stadiums, and the sixth largest in Europe. Its record turnout was for the Michael Jackson concert in 1988, when it held over 135,000 people. Among the installations is the club’s museum. Go Barca!