FC Barcelona reveals ticketing details for Lluís Companys Stadium residency

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Spanish LaLiga club FC Barcelona has revealed there will be an increase of up to 30% for season tickets for the coming football season, as the club temporarily transfers to the Lluís Companys Stadium.

Barcelona’s Camp Nou is undergoing extensive renovation works, as part of the wide-ranging Espai Barça project. The work is forcing the club to play its football elsewhere. 

The side has said that it is set to lose an estimated €55m (£49m/$61m) due to the move, with the capacity reduced to 49,472 spectators. While current season ticket-holders will have their season tickets suspended until they return to Camp Nou, they will be offered a chance to renew for Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium on a preferential basis. 

Areas of the stadium have been split up into six zones with Gol Norte and Gol Sur costing €723, Corner North and South costing €905, Lateral costing €1,002 and Tribune setting fans back €1,738. According to 2playbook, this is an increase of 30%. 

General pricing will disappear, but there will be offers of low prices for a social pass to areas with visibility between 80% and 100%. 

Those that wish to continue attending FC Barcelona matches at the temporary venue must request from the first week of May and throughout the month. Because of the reduced capacity, the Seient Lliure service will stop and there will be no children’s passes, or club passes. 

Those with a temporary pass will have to request in advance, within six days, their registration for the match they wish to attend. A draw will be carried out if the number of requests exceed seats available in each zone. 

Vice-president Elena Fort also reported that the money accumulated by the Seient Lliure corresponding to the 2022-23 campaign, will be deducted from the 2024-25 subscription when the club returns to Camp Nou.