The Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe, currently with a capacity for 99,354 spectators, but with the comprehensive redevelopment planned by the Espai Barça project, its capacity will be raised to 105,000 due to completing the ring around the top, third tier of the ground and a large part of this increase will permit more season tickets for members on the waiting list.
Mobility inside the stadium will improve markedly. There will be new elevators and escalators to reach the higher tiers more quickly and easily, and the entire venue will be adapted for people with reduced mobility. The seating sections receive more daylight and there will be more and more varied catering points. The view of the pitch, floodlighting and acoustics will also be better. The seats will be new and more comfortable and the whole ground will be protected from rain and wind thanks to the new roof that will also help to improve the sound level inside the stadium and minimize the acoustic impact on the neighbourhood.
The Camp Nou will have nothing to envy of the great stadiums in Europe, especially in terms of comfort and modernity. In addition, the players will have the best possible facilties, such as state-of-the-art changing rooms, physiotherapy rooms and warm-up rooms. Access to the pitch via the famous tunnel, media facilities and obviously facilities for fans attending games will also be optimized.