facilities of this football club, which has the highest number of
members in the world (over 100,000) can be found between the streets
Travessera de les Corts, Arístides Mallol and Avenida Juan XXIII.
main stadium, the Camp Nou,
has a capacity of 120,000 and it is there that the inaugural match
of the Spanish World Cup was held in 1982 and the final of the Barcelona
Olympic Games in 1992 (when the Spanish football team won the gold
Opposite the main stadium is the Miniestadi,
a replica of the Camp Nou, but
on a smaller scale. These facilities also include a sports hall,
the Palau Blaugrana, where the
Basketball, rink hockey, Handball and indoor football teams play,
and La Masía, where the younger
members of the football teams reside.
Museu del Barça can be visited
in the Camp Nou, where trophies, photographs, documents, pennants
and other curiosities from the history of the club are exhibited.