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FC Barcelona Monedes Collectibles Fan Token Barcelona Football Stadium 1957 Unique and Rare

Camp Nou聽(Catalan pronunciation:聽[藢kam藞n蓴w], meaning聽new field, often referred to in聽English聽as the聽Nou Camp),[9][10]聽officially branded as聽Spotify Camp Nou聽for sponsorship reasons, is a聽football stadium聽in聽Barcelona, Spain. It has been the home stadium of聽FC Barcelona聽since its completion in 1957. With a current seating capacity of 99,354,[11]聽it is the聽largest stadium in Spain聽and聽Europe, and the聽fourth largest association football stadium in the world.

It has hosted two聽European Cup/Champions League finals聽in聽1989聽and聽1999, two聽European Cup Winners’ Cup finals, four聽Inter-Cities Fairs Cup聽final games, five聽UEFA Super Cup聽games, four聽Copa del Rey聽finals, two聽Copa de la Liga聽finals, and twenty-one聽Supercopa de Espa帽a聽finals. It also hosted five matches in the聽1982 FIFA World Cup聽(including the opening game), two out of four matches at the聽1964 European Nations’ Cup, and the聽football tournament‘s final at the聽1992 Summer Olympics.

On 15 March 2022, it was announced that music streaming service聽Spotify聽had reached a deal with FC Barcelona to acquire the naming rights to the stadium in a deal worth $310 million. Following the approval of the sponsorship agreement with Spotify by FC Barcelona’s Extraordinary Assembly of Delegate Members on 3 April 2022, the stadium was officially renamed on 1 July 2022 as聽Spotify Camp Nou.[12]

In April 2022, it was announced that renovation of the stadium will commence in June 2022 after the season’s end.[13]

The construction of Camp Nou started on 28 March 1954 as Barcelona’s previous stadium,聽Camp de Les Corts, had no room for expansion. Although originally planned to be called the Estadi del FC Barcelona, the more popular name Camp Nou was used. The June 1950 signing of聽L谩szl贸 Kubala, regarded as one of Barcelona’s greatest players, provided further impetus to the construction of a larger stadium.[14][15][16]

On 14 November 1950, the president Agust铆 Montal i Galobart obtained the favourable agreement of an assembly of members[17]聽to acquire land for the construction of a new stadium, located in Hospitalet de Llobregat, which was later exchanged with the Barcelona City Council for other land in the neighbourhood of Les Corts. The stadium is located at the end of Travessera de les Corts, next to the Cementiri and the Maternitat. The commission dedicated to the project recommended another location in February 1951. The official purchase took place two years later.[17]

The appointment of Francesc Mir贸-Sans as president of FC Barcelona, on 14 November 1953, was to relaunch the project. Invested in February of the following year, Mir贸-Sans decided in favour of the land acquired in 1950, and the first stone of the stadium was laid on 28 March 1954.[18]聽A procession of several thousands of people made the journey from the Camp de Les Corts to La Masia de Can Planes, where the ceremony of laying the first stone was held, a solemn ceremony in the presence of Mir贸-Sans, the head of the Civil Government of Barcelona and the archbishop of Barcelona, Gregorio Modrego.[18]

The project was completed one year later, when the club entrusted the construction to the building company Ingar SA. The work was supposed to last eight months, but the costs were more than four times higher than expected, reaching 288 million pesetas. Through mortgages and loans, the club managed to finish the project, borrowing heavily for several years. The club hoped to cover the cost with the sale of the land at聽Les Corts, but the Barcelona City Council took five years to requalify it, giving rise to a period of certain economic hardship, Finally, the head of state and of the Spanish government at the time, the dictator聽Francisco Franco, authorised the requalification of the land at Les Corts and put an end to the crisis of the Barcelona club.[19][20]聽During the course of the Camp Nou construction work, La Masia served as a workshop for making the models and a workplace for architects and builders.

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p style=”margin: 0.5em 0px;font-family: sans-serif;font-size: 14px”>Finally, on 24 September 1957, the feast of La Merc猫, the Camp Nou was inaugurated.聽A solemn mass presided over by the archbishop, who welcomed the finished stadium, preceded the Hallelujah from Handel’s Messiah. Dignitaries of the Franco regime and of the city gathered in the presidential tribune, and some 90,000 people attended the opening ceremony in the stands of the huge stadium. During the event, football clubs from all over Catalonia paraded on the field, as well as members of the different sections of Bar莽a, the penyes and the different FC Barcelona teams.

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