Tickets for the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell 2022 are now on sale

The tournament, one of the most historic on the ATP circuit, will be held from April 16th to 24th and presents three new categories of tickets to enjoy the matches in a unique way, “VIP Clay Prestige”, “Premium Seat” and “Ground Pass”.

Tickets for the 69th edition of the ATP 500 Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell – Conde de Godó Trophy, which in 2022 will be held between April 16th to 24th, are now on sale. Tickets can only be purchased through the official website. Currently, the tournament is the most important annual sporting event in Barcelona and during the hardest months of the pandemic, it put aside the competition to become a mass vaccination centre to immunize hundreds of people urgently.

This year, the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell presents as novelties three new categories of tickets to enjoy the matches in a unique way and will be available to the general public, “VIP Clay Prestige”, “Premium Seat” and “Ground Pass”:

  • VIP Clay Prestige, seat in row 0 (at the foot of the track) which includes lunch in the RCTB-1899 Trophy Room and access to the Hospitality area for the whole day.
  • Premium Seat, front row seat, behind the boxes.
  • Ground Pass, from Monday to Thursday, access to the Fan Boulevard and Court 1. Access to the Rafa Nadal Court (Central) from 6pm, if available.

For more than 120 years, the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona-1899 has been the stage where great champions have forged their legends and where the stars of the future have launched their careers, such as Rod Laver, Arthur Ashe, Suzanne Lenglen, Manolo Santana, Bjorn Borg, Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. Since 1953, the Conde de Godó Trophy has been a tournament with its own hallmark and the dream of its founder, Carlos Godó (Conde de Godó), has become a tradition in the sport.

On the courts of the RCTB-1899 every corner hides a piece of history that contributes to making this tournament something great and unique. The “Talismanic Court” of the Davis Cup or the “boom” of Spanish tennis are some of the episodes that have been marked on the clay of Barcelona. In last year’s edition, we enjoyed a thrilling final between Rafael Nadal and Stefanos Tsitsipas that was decided in three sets and culminated in the Mallorcan’s 12th title in Barcelona. This is the theatre where tennis is experienced like nowhere else and, once again, the stage is set to enjoy another historic edition.