Watch: YouTubers broke into Barcelona's Camp Nou at night and filmed it

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Barcelona's Camp Nou stadium is one of the most iconic venues in world football.

With a capacity of 99,354, the 59-year-old arena has allowed millions of people watch some of the very best players in the game down the years. Playing in front of a packed out Camp Nou sits atop many big name players' bucket lists.

But what does Barca's home ground look and feel like when it is completely empty? That's what two YouTubers - known as Munki Motion - discovered recently when they snuck into the Camp Nou and filmed it for everyone to see.

Scroll down this article to see the unique footage for yourself...

Known more for their Parkour skills, the Munki Motion YouTube channel has, more recently, made something of a habit of finding their way into supposedly closed off high-profile venues and filming their adventures.

Barcelona's iconic home has to go right to the top of the list, though. 

Turning up late at night, they somehow made their way to the very top of one of the ground's steep stands before eventually making their way all the way down to the hallowed turf itself.

Their actions certainly aren't advised - and they most likely are not legal - but you can't deny that the views they got rival are certainly unique.

We only have one problem with their efforts - aside from the legality. How did they somehow sneak into one of the biggest footballing cathedrals on the planet and forget to bring a football?

With nobody around to watch, they could have relived every football fans dream of pretending to be Lionel Messi or Luis Suarez.

We're pretty sure Barcelona themselves won't take too kindly to seeing just how easy it was for two people to walk in off the street and get onto the pitch at the Camp Nou.

And they'll definitely be hoping that security is beefed up as they continue plans to extend the venue even further in the next few years.

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