"The initiative comes from the club's marketing department and is aimed at companies and organisations who wish to offer a unique experience to their workers or associates," the daily El Pais reported Monday.
The price includes the possibility of summoning 35 people to play in the two teams, the services of a referee, the use of the stadium speaker system to call out the team line-ups and a diploma for participants that says "I played at the Camp Nou."
Besides, the "tenants" will receive a complete Barcelona kit with their names on the shirts and a cocktail will be served for them at the stadium after the game.
There are extras that require more money. Each additional player costs another 600 euros, the official bus goes for 800 euros, playing at night adds 2,800 euros and taking home a DVD of the game would set you back an additional 6,000 euros.
And if you want spectators, they too have a price. Each would be required to pay 60 euros (90 dollars), although they would get to see the game from the presidential box and to share the cocktail with the stars of the game.
According to El Pais, Barcelona will rent out the Camp Nou after the last home game of the season, against Mallorca on May 11, and until July 19, when Bruce Springsteen is scheduled to play at the stadium. The club will then proceed to change the grass.