Barça's women's team could reach their first ever Champions League final on Sunday and they will have a full crowd behind them at the Mini Estadi to roar them on.
Lluis Cortes' side welcome Bayern Munich for the second leg of their semifinal tie with a 1-0 lead from the first leg in Germany.
There's huge expectation around the club going into the match, which will kick off at midday on Sunday, and that's been demonstrated by the take up of tickets. There were 13.205 available and they have now all gone.
Tickets were free for socios and priced between €3 and €5 online for the rest of the supporters. They went on sale earlier in April.
The final 1,000 tickets were sold in three hours on Barça's official website on Monday morning following Sunday's narrow first leg win in Munich.
It's the third time that the Mini has been sold out for a women's game. The first time was the Champions League semifinal against PSG in 2016-17 and the second time was against Lyon in the quarterfinal last season. Barça failed to progress on either of those occasions.