If you’re one of the millions of football fans who support FC Barcelona – it’s time to celebrate as LEGO have just unveiled 10284 Camp Nou – the home stadium of the Catalan football club!
This gargantuan 5,509 piece set re-created Camp Nou at a micro scale, and follows last year’s Old Trafford as the second real-life football stadium that LEGO has taken on, which is great news for Barca fans who want to recreate the stadium in incredible detail.
10284 Camp Nou will be priced at US$349.99 / AU$499.99 and is available on 1 September 2021 (yes, now!) from LEGO.com, or LEGO Brand Retail Stores.
See below for regional links and pricing:
- LEGO 10284 Camp Nou FC Barcelona [US] – US$349.99
- LEGO 10284 Camp Nou FC Barcelona [AUS] – AU$499.99
- LEGO 10284 Camp Nou FC Barcelona [UK] – £299.99
- LEGO 10284 Camp Nou FC Barcelona [EU] – €329.99
- LEGO 10284 Camp Nou FC Barcelona [CAN] – CA$449.99
Camp Nou, the historic home ground of FC Barcelona is an obvious choice for the second football stadium after Manchester United’s Old Trafford. The club (who recently sold club legend Lionel Messi to PSG) is one of the most successful Spanish clubs, and has a massive following worldwide, giving it a massive existing fanbase to tap into.
Camp Nou’s iconic blue and red stands (which are also the club’s colours) make this quite an eye-catching model, and similar to Old Traffrd, iconic features of its architecture from the roof, lights and entrance are well represented.
At over 5,000 pieces, this places Camp Nou at one of the largest LEGO sets (by piece count) yet, and the price seems fairly decent for a healthy piece-count set.
The set’s measurements are: 8in (20cm) high, 19in (49cm) wide and 18in (46cm) deep, making this a significantly impressive display model that rivals the Colosseum in footprint.
As an added bonus, LEGO VIP fans who order the set will also receive this excellent FC Barcelona gift with purchase.
For Barcelona fans who are also AFOLs, this set is a no-brainer, but will also likely appeal to fans who enjoy building large, detailed architectural sets.
Unfortunately, Barcelona are going through a rough patch after the sudden departure of club and footballing legend Messi, and are currently through a transition phase, so hopefully this cheers up Barca fans.
What do you think of Camp Nou? Will you be picking this set up?
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