Barcelona Announce That Fans Can Rent Their Ground For Marriage Ceremony, Roll Out Prices

Barcelona Announce That Fans Can Rent Their Ground For Marriage Ceremony, Roll Out Prices

Ibitoye Shittu
June 5, 2022 at 11:34 AM
  • Barcelona have announced that they will be allowing their fans to have their weddings done at the Nou Camp
  • The Spanish La Liga campaigners have however disclosed the prices for all areas to be used by the club's supporters
  • At the just concluded Spanish La Liga season, Barcelona ended up as second best behind champions Real Madrid

Barcelona who are top Spanish giants have announced that their fans are now allowed to rent their ground known as Nou Camp for marriage ceremony which comes in different prices.

This will be a welcome development for fans of the club as it will offer them the chance to move close to the pitch and not the stands where they used to stay.

According to the report on Sportsbible, the cheapest option, which would be in the 'Foundation Lounge', costs €1600 and would be best suited for a small wedding with 25 to 50 people attending.

Barcelona fans, Nou Camp.
Barcelona announce that fans can rent their ground for marriage ceremony. Photo by Cesc Maymo
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Another appealing alternative is the Camp Nou terrace which costs between €6000 and €7000 depending on attendance.

What position did Barcelona finish last season?

Barcelona tried their best last season in the Spanish La Liga, but they were only able to finish on second position behind Real Madrid who emerged champions.

Real Madrid also went on to win the Champions League beating Premier League giants Liverpool in the final.

As things stand, Barcelona coach Xavi is now planing to fight for honours next season in all competitions after stability.

Messi goes emotional again, opens up on sudden transfer from Barcelona to PSG last summer

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Argentine superstar Lionel Messi has now explained that he had no plans of leaving Spanish club Barcelona at the time he left the club last summer.

Messi had returned to the club after holidaying in Argentina, only to be told he can no longer be registered for La Liga due to the financial situation of the club.

He then left the Catalan giants to join Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain, but Messi has not been able to replicate the Barcelona form in France.

The 34-year-old has struggled in the French capital with has ultimately attracted criticisms from the club fans.

Messi's fairy tale arrival in Paris ended with none of the fanfare romantics fans of the club would have hoped for, finishing the campaign with 11 goals and 14 assists in all competitions for PSG.

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