How many Barcelona fans will get tickets for Xavi's first game and how much is it?

Xavi Hernandez arrival at Camp Nou spells a new dawn and the atmosphere at the monumental stadium is expected to experience some changes.

Camp Nou
Camp Nou

Xavi Hernandez will be having his first game in charge of Barcelona come this Saturday in a Catalonia Derby against Espanyol in the 14th week of La Liga. The Xavi revolution will kick start tomorrow and a Derby is a worthy test. 

The match will be played at Barcelona's home ground of 99,354 capacity stadium, Camp Nou and there is expected to be an increase in the fans turnout as most of them are willing to give the club legend the support he deserves just like they did when he said his goodbye in 2015.

After the lockdown, stadiums have started operating at full capacity but Camp Nou has not returned to its usual buzzling state filled with fans, the highest attendance this season was 47,000 against Valencia. The Derby tomorrow is expected to surpass the figure. 

The cheapest ticket to watch a match at the Camp Nou is €37 with some tickets going for as high as €85 for tomorrow's match. Barcelona are expecting to have more than two thirds of the stadium sold for tomorrow's game. 

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