Renovations are now being done on the Camp Nou, which was built to be an iconic part of the football heritage of the city, and it has turned out to be a massive undertaking.
A team of six workers have spent the last six months working on renovating the old Arena Ciutat Esquerda stadium in an area that was left without modernisation.
Renovations have been made to the lower level of the Campo de San Juan stadium, which hosts the Copa del Rey final, the Champions League, La Liga, the Copacabana and other competitions.
The area has been made into a state of emergency.
The work was completed this week, with the team expected to complete work next week on the Arena Ciucat Esqueda, which will be used to host the final of the Champions Leagues in 2018.
A spokesperson for the Spanish FA said the renovations were a priority for the Campos and that they were also working on repairing the Campaña Stadium, which is used for the Copas del Rey and Copa de Espana.