Where to Buy Barcelona Football Tickets 2022 & 2023

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated September 26, 2022

Officially branded as Spotify Camp Nou for sponsorship reasons, landing a ticket for a Barcelona home match is music to the ears of football fans the world over.

Inside Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium (David Poblador i Garcia via Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

One of the world’s most famous football clubs, a trip to Barcelona’s Camp Nou in northeastern Spain represents something akin to a holy pilgrimage for most supporters. With a capacity of nearly 100,000, it’s also one of the largest stadiums in the world. But that’s not to say tickets are easy to come by – on the contrary, for the biggest games they’re usually thin on the ground. However, if you’re happy to go through an unofficial route, there are plenty of online agencies offering Nou Camp tickets. Here are three of the best.

Live Football Tickets

Livefootballtickets are a well-established online ticketing company and while they charge slightly higher fees than Ticketgum (see below), we found they tend to offer an even bigger selection of tickets. One major advantage is that for most games the website usually allows you to purchase several tickets with the seats next to each other – which is great for bigger groups wanting to attend a match together.

During our searches for Barcelona games for the 2022/23 season, tickets were available for all scheduled home fixtures, with individual ticket prices starting at an affordable €50 for lower profile games such as Barca vs UD Almeria in early November. However, if you had your eye on the glamour fixture with Real Madrid you’re looking at more like €450 per ticket. The site also offers a “150%” money-back guarantee in the event of you failing to receive your tickets.

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Another reputable ticket seller, Ticketgum has availability for all games at Camp Nou for the current season. We found tickets starting at €102 for a game against Cadiz in early February, although for more prestigious games, such as against Barcelona, rates are certain to be a lot higher. Ticketgum own the tickets they sell, so there’s no risk of forgeries, and they arrange delivery of your tickets too, offering an express service to ensure you receive them in good time. If you’re staying in a hotel, you can even get the ticket sent directly there. They also have a very good Trustpilot rating, and there’s a 100% money back guarantee if the game’s cancelled.

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P1 Travel

P1 Travel are our number one choice for hospitality tickets for Barcelona home games. They offer everything from single tickets to luxury hospitality lounge packages that include perks such as food and beverages, lounge access, and padded seats for watching the action – with the seats guaranteed to be alongside each other. Another benefit is that because P1 have a fixed allocation for each match, they can deliver all the tickets they sell, meaning a safe booking is guaranteed.

At Real Madrid there are two hospitality packages available: the VIP Paris Lounge and the VIP Berlin Lounge, both of which include off-site hospitality a short walk from the stadium, along with front row seats, champagne on arrival, free drinks, and a tapas-style menu. The Paris Lounge is slightly cheaper, with rates starting at around €140 per person for less prestigious games such as Almeria, rising to €1,090 for the big El Clasico fixture against Real Madrid. You can also save on accommodation rates by adding  hotel stays to your package for an additional, but subsidised fee.

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