According to the "Daily Sports Daily" news, due to the epidemic, no tourists visited the shops around the Nou Camp, which resulted in poor economic conditions in the surrounding shops. And the situation continues to deteriorate.
Due to the epidemic, spectators have not been to the stadium to watch the game for seven months. This has resulted in almost no tourists in the shops around the Nou Camp. The situation in the shops around the Nou Camp is now very serious.
This is how the merchants in the Les Corts neighbourhood told the Daily Sports newspaper that they were very worried about the viability of their stores. "We still keep an open mind. We will stick to the Camp Nou stadium and open the door again. More than 80% of our business is done by tourists buying goods. Now the situation is very deadly for us, our money is only enough to pay. "Rent", explained Osman, the head of the Barcelona souvenir shop "El Original Store" in Travessera de les Corts.
Les Corts街区的商人就是这样告诉《每日体育报》，他们非常担心商店的生存能力。 “我们仍然保持开放的态度。我们将坚持到诺坎普球场，再次打开大门。我们80％以上的业务是由游客购买商品来完成的。现在情况对我们来说是非常致命的，我们的钱仅够特拉维斯拉德莱科茨巴塞罗那纪念品商店“ El Original Store”负责人奥斯曼解释说，“租金”是“租金”。
Joseph, the person in charge of another "Blaugrana Outlet" with the same situation, located on the same street, expressed himself in the same way: "This is really a ruin. No one is passing by the Nou Camp. It is now ten. Months have passed, and it is getting worse every day. We have lost a lot. Although there may be public visits to the midfield, the store still has no tourists. If the situation does not improve, no one will bear it.
Other souvenir shops on the same street and other nearby areas are still closed. Everyone is waiting for a better time. The "NH Barcelona Stadium Hotel" is only 100 meters away from the Nou Camp and it was not immune to the crisis.
同一条街和其他附近地区的其他纪念品商店仍然关闭。每个人都在等待美好的时光。 “ NH Barcelona Stadium Hotel”酒店距离诺坎普球场仅100米，因此无法幸免。
The situation in the catering industry is not much optimistic. "Our revenue bill has been reduced by 50% compared to before the coronavirus pandemic. In previous football matches, the Dracs Animation Group always came here. They brought us a lot of vitality before the game." Hernan said, he is The owner of El Rellotge, a small bar on Riera Alta Street, which already belongs to l'hospitalet de Llobregat.
饮食业的情况并不乐观。 “与冠状病毒大流行之前相比，我们的收入账单减少了50％。在以前的足球比赛中，Dracs Animation Group总是来这里。他们为赛前带来了很多活力。”埃尔南说，他是里尔阿尔塔大街小酒吧El Rellotge的所有者，该酒吧已经属于l'hospitalet de Llobregat。
On the day of the game, another store on the same street also lost a regular customer. Mariel, one of the principals of Casa Ferreiro, said: “Before the pandemic, everything on match day was booked and many customers were fixed. Now, not only we have no public going to the stadium, but also the people who visit the stadium. Less. We worry that even if the spectators return to Camp Nou, everything will not be the same again."
Due to the decline in the number of customers going to the bar to watch the Barcelona game on TV, Hernan, owner of Copán de Travessera de les Corts, decided to cancel the subscription payment platform. He explained: "When La Liga reopened, I tried to encourage people nearby to come to Copán and announced that the game would be broadcast on TV, but no results were achieved." He added: "To survive, all I have to do now is every week. Open for more hours. I open earlier and close later."
由于前往酒吧看电视上的巴塞罗那比赛的客户数量减少，Copánde Travessera de les Corts的所有者Hernan决定取消订阅付款平台。他解释说：“西甲联赛重新开放时，我试图鼓励附近的人来科潘，并宣布将在电视上播放比赛，但未取得任何结果。”他补充说：“为了生存，我现在要做的就是每周一次。营业时间更长。我早些营业，晚些营业。”
On match days, Copán’s daily activity has tripled from a normal day, and this happens at least twice a month. "From the mid-season point of view, they only allowed 30% of the public to enter the stadium, which is nothing for us. Before the game, this is the meeting place for the general fan group. Many people don't want to watch the game alone." Nan lamented.
Mario, the person in charge of the vending machine on the corner of Riera Alta and 11 de Setembre Street, said the situation is not optimistic. "With the pandemic, the community has changed 100%. People who used to take the subway to visit museums and stadiums passed by here. The business of the press is getting less and less, and we make money with other products. For tourists, we now have to stop selling: postcards, souvenirs, soda and tobacco," he said.
里埃拉阿尔塔（Riera Alta）和Setembre Street 11号拐角处的自动售货im体育手机官网机负责人马里奥（Mario）表示，情况并不乐观。 “随着大流行，社区已经发生了100％的变化。曾经乘地铁参观这里经过的博物馆和体育馆的人们。新闻界的生意越来越少，我们用其他产品赚钱。对于游客来说，我们现在必须停止销售：明信片，纪念品，苏打水和烟草，”他说。
He explained in a panic: "We have gone through very bad months and the future does not look good. I don't know how long we can bear it."
In addition, no one knows when fans will return to Camp Nou. If health authorities and clubs approve fans to enter the stadium after UEFA approval, it may be that starting from October, the UEFA Champions League game capacity is 30%. But Barcelona’s Vice President of Economy Jody Moix said this week that the club’s forecast is that the stadium capacity in December will be 25% and the stadium capacity in February will be 100%.
As far as businesses are concerned, March is the deadline to return to normal, so that dozens of stores around the Nou Camp do not have to be permanently closed. Everything returns to normal, including the arrival of tourists, which does not seem feasible until the coronavirus vaccine is found.
The condition of the Les Corts community is reflected in the facilities at the Nou Camp. On a working morning in October, almost no one bought tickets for museums and stadiums in the official shops or ticket offices of Marina Square. Although the club reported that these figures could not be made public, the chairman Bartomeu revealed at the end of July that the average daily number of visitors to the museum was between 130 and 150. This is insignificant compared to the 2.5 million visitors per year in the museum before the pandemic. Visitors in Barcelona would spend 50 million euros each year.
Les Corts社区的状况反映在Nou Camp的设施中。在十月份的一个工作早晨，几乎没有人在滨海广场的官方商店或售票处购买博物馆和体育馆的门票。尽管俱乐部报告说无法公布这些数字，但主席巴托梅乌（Bartomeu）于7月底透露，博物馆的平均每日访客人数在130至150之间。相比之下，每年250万的访客人数微不足道。大流行之前的博物馆。巴塞罗那的游客每年将花费5000万欧元。
Moix also explained at a press conference on Monday that in the three and a half months of the 2019-2020 fiscal year affected by the pandemic, the museum lost 18 million euros, and the Nou Camp and other operating facilities lost 67 million euros. . The club expects that in the last few months of the 2020-2021 fiscal year, the tourism industry will usher in a recovery, which will directly affect the sales of the club’s stores. To