Barcelona have revealed their £1.25 billion renovation plans for Camp Nou in a computer-generated video, and it looks spectacular.
The Catalan giants gave fans a glimpse of their renovations as their famed home continues to undergo a transformation.
Barça are currently playing their home games at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, located in the Montjuic part of the city.
Their famed home, the Camp Nou, had been in urgent need of a rebuild after years of decay.
The ground located in Les Corts has been completely stripped to its bare bones, with the area being a constant construction site.
Barcelona have uploaded a computer-generated video on their social media accounts showing how their £1.25bn home will look once complete.
Camp Nou, which will eventually be increased from 99,354 to 105,000, has been Barcelona’s home since 1957.
Most of the stadium has already been demolished, and work continues on the removal of the grandstand.
The project is expected to be ready for the 2025/26 season.
Barcelona’s new home will include a retractable roof and 30,000 square metres of solar panels, with energy used to power a new 360-degree LED display.