The Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, Trofeo Conde de Godó, is the oldest tennis tournament in Spain and one of the of the most prestigious clay court tournaments on the circuit. The ATP World Tour 500 Event will celebrate its 61st edition in 2013. The first Conde de Godó took place in 1953.
Its history forms part of the oldest Spanish tennis club, the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona 1899, which has hosted the tournament since the first edition. Since 1968, the tournament has been considered as the International Championships of Spain.
The tournament has become a symbol of the city Barcelona, not only as major annual sporting event, but as an important social event. The friendly club atmosphere is very appreciated by players on the professional circuit.
We have many different options: From a full entry option for 9 days with a price of 280€ to a different tickets by day. The cheapest tickets are available from 9€ for the two first days, that corresponds to the previous stage, which increase progressively during the days and as the stages progress.
How to arrive: by underground line L3 at Maria Cristina station, by bus lines 68, 75, H4, 63, 78, V5, 34 and V3, by railway line L6 at Reina Elisenda station and by tram at Pius XII station.