3D Puzzle Football Stadium-Barcelona Camp Nou-DIY

Dhs. 60.00

Bellara

3D Puzzle Football Stadium

Barcelona Camp Nou

  • Build your own mini replica of one of the world's famous Camp Nou -Barcelona stadiums
  • Lightweight EPS high quality coated paper foam pieces, photo-realistic detail puzzle looks beautiful when fully assembled
  • Includes 100 pieces, base, and instructions

Style:  Nou Camp Stadium 
Assembled size:  410x350x125 mm, 16.1x13.8x4.9
Recommended age: 5 and above
Note: The product is not edible, minor children use under the guidance of their parents

Features:

  • Allowing creative play and stimulating eye-hand coordination and enhance a sense of accomplishment
  • Providing you with a view to the interesting world with attractive mini-models
  • As a nice item for you to share the fun with your loved one and dear friends
  • Patience and carefulness to complete 3D puzzles, which can improve the child's ability and thinking skills
  • Assemble a 3D model without the need for scissors, glue, and other tolls. Only need a simple structure can be easily assembled fight inserted to complete the puzzle exquisite lifelike spectacular, complete detailed design, highly ornamental

Barcelona Camp Nou Stadium History

New Camp (Camp Nou in Catalan) is a football stadium located in Barcelona, Spain. It is the home of the Barcelona Football Club. At the time of its inauguration on the 24th September 1957, it did not have a name, and it was not until the 22 September in 1965 that it was baptized simply as the Barcelona Football Club Stadium (Estadio del Club de Futbol Barcelona) Finally in April 2001 the stadium was officially rechristened as New Camp. The name by which it had always been popularly known. With a capacity of 99,354, it is the stadium with the most capacity in Europe and sixth in the world. However thanks to various structural alterations the capacity has varied over the years. Initially, in 1957 the capacity was 93,053 spectators which rose to 120,000 to coincide with the World Cup in 1982. Subsequently, following the requirement for fully seated stadiums, the capacity stood at 99,000. On January 28 UEFA awarded New Camp five stars, the first Spanish stadium to reach this standard, and the largest stadium in this category.