La Liga leaders Barcelona have released footage showing designs for the revamp of their Camp Nou stadium.

The work is set to begin in 2017 on the stadium that Blaugrana fans have called home since 1957.

According to Barcelona's website, the stadium will have "a 105,000 capacity," an "overhanging roof" and "will be a stadium like no other in the world."

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Construction work is set to take place in stages to avoid disruption and allow matchdays to go ahead as normal.

The club's official Twitter posted out a video to give supporters a feel of how the improvements will take shape:

Football won't stop during work on the #NouCampNou This is what the transformation will look like https://t.co/Xp3rMx87df

— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) April 21, 2016

The renovation is set to be concluded in the 2020/21 season and another video was released showing what the venue will look like when it's done:

The #NouCampNou, a dream open to the world. This is what Barça's new stadium will look like https://t.co/zr2vn5RtTt

— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) April 21, 2016

We certainly can't wait to see the final masterpiece!

W/T Bleacher Report