First contact with spectacular Levi’s Stadium | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona have trained in what will be the venue for the second game of their American tour. On Friday morning, local time, they were at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, a spectacular stadium opened just a year ago and home to NFL team San Francisco 49ers.
FC Barcelona and the San Francisco 49ers, a meeting of five-time champions | FC Barcelona
Five-time UEFA Champions League winners FC Barcelona and five-time Super Bowl champs the San Francisco 49ers, for whom such legendary American football stars such as Joe Montana have played, met on Friday following the Catalan squad's training session at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
When and where to watch FC Barcelona v Manchester United | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona take on Manchester United at the Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara this Saturday 25 July at 10.00pm CET. The International Champions Cup pits the European champions against the side now coached by former FCB boss Louis Van Gaal.
Sergi Roberto looking forward to United clash | FC Barcelona
On the eve of Barça’s clash with Man United, Sergi Roberto has spoken about how important it is to play such high profile matches in the preseason. "We could face bigger difficulties than we did against Los Angeles Galaxy” he said. “But we’re grateful to be able to play against teams like United and Chelsea. You play top level teams like this in the Champions League where every game is like a final. It’ll be good for us.”
The Manchester United v FC Barcelona Quiz | FC Barcelona
There is a lot of history behind Saturday’s game in San Francisco.
Louis van Gaal, re-encounter with a familiar face | FC Barcelona
The Levi’s Stadium, San Francisco will be the venue as FC Barcelona meet up with an old friend in Louis Van Gaal. On Saturday 25 July at 10.00pm CET, Manchester United will be Catalans’ second opponents in the International Champions Cup.
Marc Bartra happy at Barcelona amid Napoli transfer reports - ESPN FC
Earlier this summer, Bartra, 24, considered leaving his boyhood club to get regular playing time with Manchester City and Bayern Munich among the clubs reportedly interested in signing the Spain international -- but he opted to remain at Barca.
Luis Suárez breaks down team, preseason on US tour | FC Barcelona
Just hours after FC Barcelona's 2015/16 debut against the LA Galaxy, striker Luis Suárez sat down to talk about both the Club and the preseason after arriving in San Francisco. Here are the highlights of what he had to say:
Suarez backs waiting Turan, Vidal | FourFourTwo
"They are strange situations for them because they are training but they know they can't play in official matches," the Uruguay international told Barca TV. It's complicated for them, but they knew that when they came here, they knew they would have to wait until January. They would have to wait for some time, so now they can just adapt to the team, join in with training and that's an extra contribution I think that's going to do them good when they come to play official games.
Schweinsteiger out for Man United vs. Barcelona, De Gea expected to play - ESPN FC
Bastian Schweinsteiger will miss Manchester United's clash with Barcelona, but David de Gea will play as Louis van Gaal believes he should be fit for the start of the season. Midfielder Schweinsteiger, who was a £14.5 million signing from Bayern Munich, has played in United's first two pre-season games, but has picked up a minor injury and Van Gaal does not want to risk the German. Schweinsteiger was limited to riding the stationary bike in training Friday.
Louis van Gaal Manchester United Barcelona Sid Lowe - ESPN FC
When Louis Van Gaal meets Gerard Pique this weekend, he could be forgiven for looking up at the Barcelona defender -- all six-feet-four-inches of him -- and thinking, "Pfff, I won't be trying that again in a hurry." If it wasn't for the fact that admitting he's wrong isn't really something Van Gaal does, he might even reflect that maybe, just maybe, he was wrong back in 2000.
Barcelona Bartomeu to fight Premier League transfer power - ESPN FC
Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu has vowed to fight Premier League clubs for the best players in the world and stop them from dominating the transfer market despite their new-found riches. The top of the English game is now awash with even more money following the new £5.136 billion television rights agreement.
Behind the scenes footage of Lassa Tyres video | FC Barcelona
The first team players Arda Turan and Andrés Iniesta will appear in welcome video for Lassa Tyres, the company that will sponsor the professional sections at FC Barcelona for the next four seasons. From 1 June the Turkish firm are also an official Club partner in the area of football. In the video you can see behind the scenes footage of the making of the short film involving Arda and Iniesta.