Need help picking good Camp Nou seats

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  1. Nov 10, 2017
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    fergosaurus Full Member

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    Going to be going to the Barca-Celta Vigo game in December and I'm looking 2 tickets for roughly €40-€60 each.

    Where would be the best place to get the tickets and what section would be best?

    This is what's on the official Barcelona ticket site around my price range:

    From North Goal 2nd Upper €59 to South Goal Nike 3rd Lower €39

    https://tickets.fcbarcelona.com/ope...t/11-0000002/event/11-0000018/show/00-0000GTN

    @serghei @FCBarca @Infordin @4bars

    Thanks
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    giorno Full Member

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    Not that big a difference but if money's not an issue go for the 2nd ring. At least you might still be close enough to see the players. Third ring at the camp nou is like watching from a blimp...
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    Arbitrium Taking a year off

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    go on the stadium tour and run on the pitch like i did, youll get the best view then
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    I went 3 or 4 years ago, the year Atletico one the league on the last day of the season.

    We were in the 2nd ring and you got a good view. Feels like your are miles away until the teams come out but it’s a good view once it all starts.

    Watch your pockets when you come out, I got my phone nicked after the game. :nono:
  5. Nov 11, 2017
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    fergosaurus Full Member

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    Cheers lads, went for the South Corner 2nd Upper Grandstand. They gave me seats 5 & 7, I'm hoping seat 6 doesn't exist. :nervous:
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    RedStrudel76 Banned

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    Messi Live is something every football fan needs to experience. He's so magical and he's one of those players with such great off-the-ball movement that you appreciate him more when you watch him live. Attacking the space ! :lol:
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    McGrathsipan Full Member Knee-jerker

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    Barcelona is pick pocket central.
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    Not when you're watching him destroy your team in 2 Champions League finals......
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    FCBarca Mes que un Rag City Lover

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    True, 2nd ring at a minimum - I only get lower tier seats for few years now
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    4bars Full Member

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    Sorry, I haven't been in the forum lately. Unfortunately I live in Canada and only been twice in the camp nou. I sat third and first. huge difference. Hopw you enjoyed!
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    fergosaurus Full Member

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    Cheers, glad Messi was rested and was on holiday in Lapland during the week so hopefully he's up for it. :drool:
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    4bars Full Member

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    I was in the camp nou when the first treble. 4-0 against Sevilla.

    Against who is playing against when you will be there?
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    fergosaurus Full Member

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    You picked a good one to see.

    I'm watching them against Celta Vigo on Saturday. I did the stadium tour a couple of years ago and it was fantastic. Will be great to see it filled with fans.
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    Winter and against Celta I don't know if it will be filled with fans, but is amazing to see an stadium that can hold 98k people. Sure you will enjoy it and seeing Messi life once a lifetime should be a must for any football fan that can afford it.

    Hope you can enjoy the city and the people :)
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    wr8_utd :'(

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    I'm in Barcelona on the 27th of Jan and praying the match vs Eibar is on the Saturday and not the Sunday. Any idea when the fixtures will be decided?
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    Went to watch them play Getafe in 2016. Easy peasy 6-0 win. Messi actually missed a penalty which is relative rare.

    Mate got tickets off Viagogo for about 30 quid each and they were right behind the goal which we were happy about, wouldn't have fancied right at the top tbh.

    There's a stall on Las Ramblas that sells tickets for most matches, only El Clasico and the big champions league matches are pretty much off limits.

    One thing that really surprised me when going to get some food at half time was it was all english voices around me.

    Pretty much what Man. United and Liverpool get criticised for getting mass tourists to the games rather than local support but seemed on another level at Camp Nou. I was actually in the area that the Boxios nois or whatever they're called congregate for games but they must've had the afternoon off.
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    Much later in Spain than in England. Usually decided a week before due to low levels of away support.
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    fergosaurus Full Member

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    Cheers mate, on way to airport now. Can't wait. :)
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    Usually 1 month in advance All December fixtures are decided
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    wr8_utd :'(

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    This game is on the 27th Jan weekend. Hoping it's decided early enough.
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    My bet would be at the end of december, not less than 3 weeks before
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    fergosaurus Full Member

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    The seats were pretty good and turns out they were beside each other after all. Messi was in fine form so it was great to witness him playing live. It's just a pity the officials fecked up for the "offside" goal but it was Suarez so hard to feel too much sympathy. :devil:

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    dannyrhinos89 OMG socks and sandals lol!

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    the weather looks top notch too.

    I’ve only ever done the stadium tour it’s a great, would love to see it full and watch a live match too.
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    fergosaurus Full Member

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    It was nice and sunny in the first half especially but colder than I'd prepared for! It was only maybe 2/3 full but still an awesome experience.