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Barcelona vs Napoli ticket information 12th March 2024

Barcelona take on Napoli in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 on Tuesday, 12 March with the tie firmly in the balance after a 1-1 draw in Naples a couple of weeks ago. The match will see Barcelona play their first Champions League knockout tie at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys with renovation work still ongoing at the Camp Nou.

The capacity at Barcelona's Olympic Stadium is 55,926, significantly less than what they are used to at the Camp Nou so tickets for the match are even harder to come by. If you are still on the hunt for a brief for the match then we have you covered. Below is all the Barcelona vs Napoli ticket information that you need to know.

Barcelona vs Napoli ticket information
Tickets are still on sale for the match at the stadi Olímpic Lluís Companys – Photo by Icon Sport

Barcelona vs Napoli ticket information: Is it sold out?

Tickets are still available for Barcelona vs Napoli with the home club now advertising tickets on general sale through their website. There are only a limited number of tickets available and they aren't going cheap with the least expensive ticket (a restricted view seat behind one of the goals) priced at €149.

Barcelona vs Napoli ticket information states that the most expensive seats being sold by Barça are priced at €279 and these are in the main Grandstand. Despite the hefty price, these are also classed as restricted view tickets. Fans can upgrade these tickets to “basic plus” which not only gives them a match ticket but also admission to the club's new museum and an official Barcelona gift pack.

Where can I get tickets?

The best place to get tickets for Barcelona vs Napoli is via Barcelona's website. Although football clubs often urge fans to stay wary of third-party websites and ticket touts, many people would argue that selling restricted-view seats for nearly €300 is effectively ticket touting so Barcelona don't really have a leg to stand on in that regard.

Interestingly, some reputable third-party websites have also got tickets for the match available to purchase at a slightly cheaper price than what Barcelona are selling them for. Viagogo are selling tickets for the match at £122 per ticket.

When did tickets first go on sale?

Tickets for the match went on sale as soon as the draw was made way back in December. After season ticket holders and members snagged the first batch, tickets were then made available to the general public. There are no restrictions on who can buy tickets for the match so there is the possibility that some Napoli fans could be in the home end on Tuesday night.

How to get hospitality tickets

Hospitality packages are available to purchase for the match and these can only be bought through the Barcelona website. Fans can pick between VIP and VIP premium tickets with different hospitality types available within each one.

VIP tickets

VIP tickets are still available in the Grandstand and behind one of the goals at the Olympic Stadium. These hospitality tickets offer fans the best standard of seats in both locations as well as access to the VIP lounges where premium catering and drinks are included for 90 minutes before kick-off and 60 minutes after full time.

VIP premium tickets

Two VIP premium packages that are still unavailable are the Players Zone and Honor Zone. Players Zone tickets allow you to watch the match right next to the dugout with premium catering in the VIP lounge included. Honor Zone offers the same VIP privileges except the seats are located next to the Presidential box and are therefore considered the best seats for viewing the match.

Buying away end tickets

Barcelona have given Napoli an away allocation of around 3,000 tickets and the Italian club are no longer advertising tickets online. Napoli fans usually travel well and it is understood that they have sold out their allocation with more than 3,000 Napoli supporters expected in Barcelona next week. Purchasing away end tickets will now impossible via official sources.


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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