Barcelona set to rename Nou Camp with negotiations over stadium sponsorship rights underway
The Spanish giants are on the course to renew their stadium which showcased some great games of football both in domestic and European level and give it a new name.
According to the recent sources, the Nou Camp’s capacity will be increased to an incredible 105,000 by the end of the 2021/22 season following a £500 million scheme for renovations. Not only that, the top roof and new big screens will provide a whole new look of the stadium which was established during the club’s foundation.
Club chiefs are hopeful that they will be able to secure a sponsor for the Nou Camp during the first half of 2018. The Catalan giants are hoping for in excess of €200million (£179m) in a deal for those rights. The stadium to entitled to launch new VIP facilities with mesmerizing corridors sustained by new posters and club tags. The selling of stadium naming rights has become increasingly popular nowadays the fact that money is been used with authority.
The club is also wishing to give a new name to the stadium. It is arguably can be called ‘Barcelona’ as said in the Catalan magazine Sport.
Barcelona matches will continue undisrupted as the work commences during next season, which will include extending the roof across all stands at the ground. The new look of Nou Camp will reveal itself soon.