The Camp Nou (Catalan for "new field", sometimes reversed in other languages to become Nou Camp) is a football stadium in Barcelona, Spain. With a capacity of 98,787 it is the largest football stadium in Europe. The stadium is the home ground of FC Barcelona. It is known to be one of the biggest and most atmospheric stadiums in the world. Although popularly called the Camp Nou by football fans, its official name —Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona— translates as FC Barcelona Stadium.
The stadium was built in 1957, designed by architects Francesc Mitjans, Lorenzo García Barbon and Josep Soteras.
The stadium consists of facilities such as a memorabilia shop, mini pitches for training matches, and a quaint little chapel for players to seek divine assistance before matches.