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Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

The Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper is the training ground and academy base of Catalan football club, FC Barcelona, it was officially opened on 1 June 2006, and was named in honor of Joan Gamper, founder of the club.

Located in Sant Joan Despí and covering 136.839 m2 it is used since 2006 for Barcelona’s youth team training and matches and since January 2009 for the first team training. It is also used by many of the other sports teams at the club including Basketball, Handball and Futsal who use facilities such as the multi-sports pavilion.

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Fields:

Morell Trophy will be played in fields 5, 8 and 9

Vogel Trophy will be played in fields 6

Access to the fields is number 6 (will be explained in the presentation)

How to arrive from the TRAM station?

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Facilities

  • A) TRAINING FIELDS

    The Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper has 9 football pitches divided into five areas:

    • Pitch 1: 11 a side football (105 x 68 metres). Warm up area of 4.643 m2 all natural grass. Terrace with capacity for 1.400 people approximately.
    • Pitch 2: 11 a side football (105 x 65 metres). Warm up area of 1.475 m2 all natural grass. Terrace with capacity for 400 people approximately
    • Pitch 3: 11 a side football (105 x 65 metres). Warm up area of 610 m2 all natural grass. This pitch shares terraces with pitch 2.
    • Pitch 4: 11 a side football (105 x 65 metres). Warm up area of 1.573 m2 all natural grass.
    • Pitch 5: 11 a side football (105 x 65 metres). Warm up area of 670 m2 all artificial grass. Pitch 6: 7 a side football (55 x 38 metres). Artificial grass.
    • Pitch 7: 11 a side football (105 x 68 metres). Natural grass. Terrace with capacity for a 1.750 people approximately.
    • Pitch 8: 11 a side football (105 x 65 metres). Warm up area of 1.830 m2 all artificial grass which can also be transformed into a 7 a side football or rugby pitch of 107 x 65 metres plus the try area. Terrace with capacity for 950 people approximately.
    • Pitch 9: 11 a side football (105 x 65 metres). Warm up area of 2.235 m2 all artificial grass. Can also be transformed into a 7 a side football. This pitch shares terraces with pitch 8.
    • Goalkeeper area: Natural grass goalkeeper training area 2.205 m2.

  • B) MULTISPORT PAVILION

    Constructed surface area: 3,346.05 m2

    The pavilion also has three basketball training areas that can also be used by youth handball, basquetball and futsal teams. The terraces have room for 472 spectators.

    The lower floor has the following facilities:

    • 5 changing rooms and 5 offices/changing rooms for coaches and referees
    • Office for doctors and medical staff
    • A viewing room

    The first floor is for the public and accesses the exterior via a staircase and walkway that links this floor to the pavilion, the administration and services building and the grandstand building.

  • C) GRANDSTAND BUILDING

    Constructed surface area: 7,118.49 m2

    Semi-underground building with the following facilities:

    • Reception
    • Press room
    • 4 offices
    • 1 meeting room
    • 2 referees/coaches/visitors changing rooms
    • 1 changing room for professional football with gym and water area

    The upper floors are mainly exterior and are linked by a walkway to the administration and services building and the pavilion, and are for public and services use. They also access the main football grandstand. There are 64 places in an underground car park for use by club staff and the Organisational Control Unit.

  • D) CHANGING ROOMS AND SERVICES

    Constructed surface area: 2,630.32 m2

    Semi-underground building with the following facilities:

    • 8 youth football changing rooms
    • 4 changing rooms for coaches and referees
    • Treatment room
    • Public use area
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