The Camp Nou lived with Barça-Valencia its first game with a 100% capacity allowed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and 47,317 spectators gathered at the stadium despite the delicate moment of the club and other conditions that did not help that the figure was even higher.
The time of the game, 9:00 p.m., on a Sunday in October; that 26,238 paid members have requested leave of absence this season; the Seient Lliure (the system by which subscribers can release their seat for another viewer to take advantage of) is not yet operational; and the fact that many members have not yet received a physical card, impaired the influx.
4️⃣7️⃣.3️⃣1️⃣7️⃣ torcedores no Camp Nou this Sunday for o #BarçaValencia. 🤩
👊 Obrigado, crooked! 💙❤️ pic.twitter.com/EbctIlMsct
– FC Barcelona (@fcbarcelona_br) October 17, 2021
Until this Sunday, the highest capacity that the Camp Nou had been able to have this year had been 40% and only the tickets available in the Champions League match against Bayern Munich were sold out, which had 39,737 spectators.
The rest of the entries were: 35,334 fans against Levante; 27,097 against Granada; 26,534 against Getafe and 20,384 against Real Sociedad. EFE