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Barcelona UNABLE to rebuild Nou Camp yet despite already demolishing iconic football stadium

BARCELONA can't start rebuilding the iconic Nou Camp because they haven't obtained the necessary licence.

Barca's home has been undergoing a huge renovation process which began in November.

The stadium's demolition is already complete with the third tier completely torn down and the visor that covered one side of the field and gave shelter to fans from the sun has been removed.


According to Sport, however, the Blaugrana have yet to secure the necessary permit that will allow them to start rebuilding.

The Catalan giants are rigorously working towards a resolution with Barcelona's City Council

The Spanish champions are confident a resolution will be reached before the next general assembly scheduled to take place on October 21.

The stadium's demolition is already complete with the third tier completely torn down and the visor that covered one side of the field and gave shelter to fans from the sun has been removed.


According to Sport, however, the Blaugrana have yet to secure the necessary permit that will allow them to start rebuilding.

The Catalan giants are rigorously working towards a resolution with Barcelona's City Council

The Spanish champions are confident a resolution will be reached before the next general assembly scheduled to take place on October 21.

Until then, the Catalans will continue playing their home games at Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys.

The redevelopment is expected to cost Barcelona a staggering £1.25billion.

The capacity will be expanded from 99,354 seats to 105,000, increasing its gap as the largest football ground in Europe - with second place Wembley having a 90,000 capacity.

It will also see a roof added alongside a stadium rename in line with the club's £237million sponsorship deal with Spotify.


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