FC Barcelona v Villarreal is on Sunday 8 November at 4.00pm CET | FC Barcelona
The Spanish Professional Football League have announced that Barça against Villarreal in Week 11 of La Liga will take place at Camp Nou on Sunday 8 November at 4.00pm CET. The game will come on the back of Barça’s fourth game in the group stages of this season’s Champions League against BATE Borisov and just before the final international break of 2015.
Luis Enrique gets top marks after 500 day test | FC Barcelona
Luis Enrique was presented as Barça’s new coach on 21 May, 2014. The day of the game in the Sánchez Pizjuán, the Asturian completed 500 days as the blaugrana boss. Despite the defeat against Unai Emery’s side in Andalusia, the statistics since Luis Enrique has taken show it to be a highly successful partnership.
Neymar should not try to replace Lionel Messi says Juninho - ESPN FC
Neymar should not put pressure on himself to fill the void left at Barcelona by Lionel Messi's injury, Former Brazil star Juninho says. Messi was ruled out for two months with a knee injury in September, missing the Champions League win over Bayer Leverkusen and the defeat to Sevilla in La Liga on Saturday.
Lionel Messi missing for Barcelona could be key - Farina - ESPN FC
Lionel Messi's absence for Barcelona has given Rayo Vallecano hope of winning their upcoming La Liga clash, according to midfielder Luis Farina. Messi, 28, is currently sidelined with a knee injury he sustained at the end of last month and is expected to keep him out for up to eight weeks.
Barcelona are looking at January signings, confirms Robert | FourFourTwo
Barcelona are looking at potential signings for the January transfer window, technical secretary Robert Fernandez has confirmed. The Camp Nou side's ban from registering new players is coming to an end, with close-season arrivals Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal set for the green light to make their debuts in 2016.
Large gathering from the world of architecture for the Espai Barça | FC Barcelona
The concept of the Espai Barça, the preliminary work carried out over the last year and international architecture competitions for the New Camp Nou and Palau Blaugrana are generating much interest among specialists in the world of architecture. Modernity, innovation and sustainability in the remaking of FC Barcelona’s facilities are some of the aspects of the proposed transformation that are gaining the most interest among industry experts.
Camp Nou in the post-apocalyptic ‘Second Origin’ | FC Barcelona
The sight of Camp Nou in ruins is not something Barça fans would not normally be interested in. However, on Tuesday 6 October blaugrana members and fans will be queuing up to see precisely that, Barça’s stadium half destroyed.