clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

FC Barcelona News: 15 March 2016; Valencia Kickoff Time Announced, Barca Interested in Chelsea's Kenedy

Clive Rose/Getty Images

Luis Suarez made Barcelona & Lionel Messi better - Carragher - ESPN FC
Former Liverpool player Jamie Carragher says his one-time Anfield teammate Luis Suarez has helped make current companion Lionel Messi the world's best player again and could even be No. 1 himself.

FC Barcelona all set for Arsenal | FC Barcelona
The team trained this morning on Tito Vilanova Field at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, their final preparatory session before welcoming the London-based Gunners to Barcelona for Wednesday night’s second leg of their UEFA Champions League last 16 tie at Camp Nou. Kick off is set for 8:45pm.

Did you know: FC Barcelona v Arsenal FC | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona host Arsenal on Wednesday at Camp Nou, aiming to seal progression to the quarter-finals following a 2-0 win in London a couple of weeks ago. Luis Enrique’s side are on superb form but are taking nothing for granted against a well-known and capable opponent.

When and where to watch the UEFA Champions League match between FC Barcelona and Arsenal | FC Barcelona
If it is not being broadcast in your country, we also have live commentary in English right here on Radio Barça — just follow the link on the homepage a few minutes before the game starts. You can also stay up to date by following FCB on social media for minute-by-minute coverage as the action unfolds.

La Liga announces date and time for FC Barcelona v Valencia in Match Day 33 | FC Barcelona
The dates and times for Match Day 33 in La Liga have been announced, and the game between FC Barcelona and Valencia has been set for Sunday, 17 April at 8.30pm. The two sides will face off at Camp Nou in the final game of a weekend of games that commences on Friday, 15 April at 8.30pm when Levante host RCD Espanyol.

Barcelona - Barca beef up security due to terror threat
The increased security measures implemented by Barcelona and the 'Mossos d'Esquadra' (Catalonia's regional police) correspond to counter-terrorist threat level 4, resulting in an increased security presence to protect fans attending the Camp Nou, reports Spanish newspaper Marca.

Lionel Messi official website gets swanky new relaunch - ESPN FC
It's only fitting that the best player on the face of the planet has an all-singing, all-dancing website to match, and as such Lionel Messi and his team have given the Barcelona superstar's personal site a fresh new look.

Gerard Piqué says winning (in style) is a must for FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
Gerard Piqué, one of the pillars of FC Barcelona, gave a wide-ranging interview with before the Catalans take on Arsenal this Wednesday in the second leg of their last-16 tie. Piqué provided insightful answers to a host of questions about current events surrounding the team.

Robert Lewandowski: Barca the top favorite for Champions League -
Bayern Munich goal machine Robert Lewandowski does not believe his side is the favorite to lift the Champions League, picking Barcelona as the strongest team in the competition on current form. The Poland international has scored seven goals in as many matches so far in the European tournament, putting him second behind Cristiano Ronaldo in the list of top scorers for 2015/16.

RUMOURS: Barcelona interested in Kenedy -
Barcelona are keeping tabs on Chelsea's young Brazilian Kenedy, according to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo. The 20-year-old has enjoyed a run in the first-team in recent weeks and has impressed Luis Enrique's side with his performances.

Alexis Sanchez 'didn't fail at Barcelona' - Dani Alves - ESPN FC
Dani Alves has suggested Alexis Sanchez did not understand Barcelona's style of play, though he remains a "great player" after moving to Arsenal. Sanchez scored 38 goals in 88 games for Barcelona between 2011 and 2014, but then moved to the Premier League once Barca brought in Luis Suarez.

Òscar Grau values the Fifth FCBEscola International Tournament | FC Barcelona
FCBEscola director Òscar Grau spoke to Barça TV show ‘El Marcador’ about the various projects taking place. One of those coming up soon is the fifth International FCBEscola Tournament which will take place between 21 and 24 March on the pitches next to the Miniestadi.

New FCBEscola football camps in the United States and Japan | FC Barcelona
The FC Barcelona Board of Directors approved on Monday two agreements for FCBEscola football camps in the United States and Japan. The Club, which has 19 schools around the world, thus continues to expand globally after the announcement of 12 new camps in Australia and New Zealand in February.

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Barca Blaugranes Daily Roundup newsletter!

A daily roundup of Barca news from Barca Blaugranes