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An impressive sight and the crowning glory of the football community in Spain, Camp Nou is one of the largest stadiums in Europe. Home ground of the beloved FC Barcelona, known simply as Barça to locals, this spectacular stadium was constructed in 1957 on a separate piece of land when the expansion of the Camp de Les Corts stadium was deemed impossible due to lack of space. The stadium is sometimes referred to as the 'house that Kubala built', in reference to the great Slovak-Hungarian goal scorer who played for Barça through the 1950s. Kubala was so popular with spectators that the stadium was even unable to accommodate the extraordinary masses that flocked to watch him play on more than one occasion. Camp Nou can accommodate more than a whopping 99,000 spectators at a time, and is profoundly iconic for its vibrant bleachers, painted in the club's royal blue and red colors.
Real Club de Tenis Barcelona 1899 is a popular tennis club in Barcelona. This space comprises of a large number of clay courts, a stadium court with a seating capacity of over 7000 and a show court. This club has hosted many prestigious tournaments including the Open Godó tournament and the Davis Cup. Apart from these sports events, this place also provides rental space for cultural activities and social parties.
Owned and managed by the RCDE: Real Club Deportivo Espanyol, El Estadio Cornella El Prat, commonly called RCDE Stadium sees a lot of sporting action from time to time. Home to a wide range of football matches, it is the meeting point of many a fine soccer team. Event days see a burst of activity and enthusiasm with huge crowds animatedly watching from the stands and rings, cheering for their favorite players. Accommodating a crowd of over 40500, this energy-saving stadium and its solar panels attract hoards of avid spectators year after year. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.
Enjoy the games of one of the best basketball teams in the whole country. Palau Blaugrana is the main stadium where the FC Barcelona Basketball team plays. It also hosts the games of the FC Barcelona Handbol, Volleyball and Hockey teams. It can hold more than 7000 spectators during events.
Previously named Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc, this stadium, designed by Pere Domich i Roura and built for the 1929 Universal Expo, was totally renovated in order to host events during the 1992 Olympic Games. Only the impressive Marathon Gate remains from the original building. This is where the 1992 games' opening ceremony took place. Nowadays, you can come here to watch soccer matches, American soccer and pop concerts.
The Palau Municipal d'Esports, more commonly called the Pavelló Olímpic de Badalona, is famous for the host of basketball matches that it hosts. Home to the Club Joventut Badalona and managed by the City of Badalona, it is an ideal place to brush up your know-how of basketball. Watch your favorite players in action as they duel with their opponents and make the arena come alive with excitement! Event nights are ablaze with enthusiastic crowd participation and you will want to be here and cheer for your favorite players. Apart from basketball, the arena, that can easily hold a crowd of 12,500, is also home to a wide range of cultural events and music concerts. Community events, local dos and soirées are also celebrated here. Contact the club for more details.
Located in the Gracia district of Barcelona, Nou Sardenya stadium is a large football arena with a seating capacity of 7000 spectators. Built in 1940, it is the home venue of the CE Europa football team. This stadium was built in 1940 and renovated in 1995, today offering up-to-date amenities for the comfort of its patrons. If you're a fan of football or seeking an outdoor activity, check out the game schedule at Nou Sardenya.