Match preview: Paris Saint-Germain v FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain meet for the third time in five seasons in the knock out stages of the UEFA Champions League with the first leg in the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris on Tuesday at 8.45pm CET. In both 2013 and 2015, the teams met at the quarter-final stage, Barça emerging victorious in both ties. This season the clash comes in the last 16 and the blaugranes will looking to make it three in a row against the side now coached by Spaniard Unai Emery.
Luis Enrique predicts ‘attractive’ clash against PSG | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona are now on French soil for their last 16 first leg encounter with Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League. Coach Luis Enrique in his press conference ahead of Tuesday’s game in the Parc des Princes revealed: “We expect a tough tie against a daring PSG side who will put us under pressure in front of their own fans. It will be an attractive game between two ambitious sides.”
FC Barcelona train at the Parc des Princes before PSG match | FC Barcelona
Following André Gomes and Luis Enrique’s press conferences the available squad and Barça B’s Nili and Aleñá took part in their final workout before the crucial Champions League knockout game. The two academy players have travelled with the first team before this season having gone to Manchester as part of the squad that took on Manchester City in the group stage and they were called on again following injuries to Arda, Mascherano and Aleix Vidal.
André Gomes: 'We want to beat PSG in order to be under less pressure in the return leg' | FC Barcelona
André Gomes expects a difficult match on Tuesday at the Parc des Princes. In the pre-match press conference the midfielder had a clear objective: to win the first leg against PSG away so that “the return leg will be more comfortable” at the Camp Nou.
Head to head: Cavani and Luis Suárez | FC Barcelona
All the details of the two Urguayan strikers who will come up against each other in Tuesday's PSG v Barça clash.
A year since Leo Messi and Luis Suárez's indirect penalty | FC Barcelona
On 14 February 2016, FC Barcelona made headlines across the world, not for the 6-1 win over Celta Vigo but for a particular moment that took place in the second half. The Catalans were awarded a spot-kick at 3-1 but rather than Leo Messi striking directly on goal, the Argentine laid the ball on to Luis Suárez to strike into the net, leaving the Camp Nou faithful in awe.
Video: All the trident's goals against PSG | FC Barcelona
All those matches came in the 2014/15 Champions League: two in the group stage and two in the quarter finals. Neymar scored a massive five times, Suárez got three and Messi supplied the other two. The Argentinian had also scored at the Parc des Princes in the 2012/13 quarter final, before the Uruguayan and Brazilian had joined the club.
Vicente Calderón is the venue for the Copa del Rey final between FC Barcelona and Alavés | FC Barcelona
It will be the 14th Copa final to have been played at the Calderón and the sixth one for FC Barcelona at the ground with a record of three wins and two defeats. The last final took place only last season when Luis Enrique’s men beat Sevilla 2-0 thanks to extra time goals from Jordi Alba and Neymar Jr.
Barca consider emergency signing | Football Espana
"[Vidal] is a player we will miss considerably, so [signing a player] is something we are considering and if there's an option which convinces us we may well go for it." Martin Caceres – close to signing for Southampton – is still without a club and played for the Catalans nine years ago while Valencia's Joao Cancelo, Las Palmas' Michel Macedo, Celta Vigo's Jonny Castro and Eibar's Ander Capa have all been linked.