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FC Barcelona's Renovation of Camp Nou Leads to Temporary Relocation of Home Games.

Roger Hampel

FC Barcelona is making significant progress in its efforts to remodel the iconic Spotify Camp Nou stadium. As part of the renovation process, the club will be relocating its first team matches for the next year or more. The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has been notified by Barcelona that its first team will be playing its home matches at the Olímpic Lluís Companys Stadium for the upcoming season. In turn, the federation must inform UEFA of this decision.

Furthermore, Barcelona has already announced the stadium that will be hosting the domestic and European competitions starting from the 2023-24 season, as per a report by EFE. This marks a significant step in the club's long-standing project, the Espai Barça, which includes the remodeling of the Camp Nou stadium and its surrounding areas. The club is currently in talks with various investment funds to secure a financing agreement of 1.5 billion euros to fund the project.

If the loan is secured, Barcelona plans to begin the renovation work this summer on the Spotify Camp Nou. This temporary relocation will be in effect until the team is scheduled to return to the newly remodeled Camp Nou.

As per the latest updates, the Spanish soccer federation must inform UEFA that Barcelona will also play its European competitions at the Estadi Lluís Companys for the upcoming season. This development underscores the club's commitment to the long-term project, which is expected to significantly enhance the facilities and overall experience for players and fans alike.

Source: FC Barcelona & MundoDeportivo


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