The Camp Nou’s construction work was completed in 1957, being the home stadium of Fc Barcelona since its inauguration. As the second-largest football stadium in Spain and in Europe, it is equipped with many modern and advanced fundamental infrastructures, with a capacity of 99,354 spectators. Many significant international matches have been hold there, such as European Cup, Champions League finals, the 1982 FIFA World Cup and a final at the 1992 Summer Olympics. For increasingly needs of every aspect, the Camp Nou was built from Mar. 1954.
In order to offer a perfect celebration for the football stadium at the 50th anniversary, the FC Barcelona intended to reconstruct the football stadium, thus issuing international center to collect good schemes and ideas. In the end, the capacity was increased to 13,500 spectators, at least one half of seats there in the shades of roof. In 2007, a British architect Norman Foster and his group became the conductor of the project at a cost of a large sum of money.