Barcelona to honour Johan Cruyff with Nou Camp statue | Sky Sports
The Dutch great, who won 13 trophies during his time playing and managing the club, died a year ago from lung cancer. Barcelona unveiled a series of planned tributes on Saturday and as well as building a "commemorative sculpture" they revealed will name a new stadium at their training complex in memory of the man who helped them to their first European Cup.
Josep Maria Bartomeu: 'The Barça-Cruyff story will last forever' | FC Barcelona
On Saturday at the Auditori 1899 the Club and the Cruyff family presented the memorial events planned for Johan Cruyff. Josep Maria Bartomeu, Jordi Cardoner and Jordi Cruyff, representing the family, spoke glowingly about the agreements reached to help honour the Dutch legend.
Final sprint for LaLiga title with four teams in the mix | FC Barcelona
We are into the LaLiga run-in. After 28 fixtures FC Barcelona are in second place on 63 points, two points behind the league leaders. Therefore, in Barça’s last ten league fixtures they will play half of them at the Camp Nou and the other half away from home. The blaugranas still have two games against direct rivals Sevilla and Real Madrid.
Which footballers have played for Barça and Juventus? | FC Barcelona
There have been nine players who have turned out for the two Champions League quarter finalists, from Michael Laudrup right through to Dani Alves.
VIDEO: Tic-tac-toe, Barça style | FC Barcelona
There never a dull moment at Barça training sessions, and aside from more traditional exercises, the coaching staff also organise all kinds of activities that are designed to encourage team-work, quick reflexes and strategic thinking. We’ve got a great one for you in this video. It’s tic-tac-toe (or ‘noughts and crosses’ if you prefer). But with a difference. No pens. No paper. It’s a football pitch with Messi, Piqué and Neymar taking on Iniesta, Sergio and Denis.
València Mestalla 0-4 Barça B: Big win in top of the table clash | FC Barcelona
Barça B made a huge statement with a 4-0 win away to third placed Valencia Mestalla on Saturday thanks to goals from Alberto Perea, Gumbau (penalty), Marc Cardona and Martínez. It wasn’t all good news though, for goalkeeper José Suárez got hurt saving a Eugeni strike after 21 minutes and was replaced by Varo for the rest of the game – just the second experience for the youngster in the reserve team nets.
U19A crowned champions of División de Honor | FC Barcelona
Barça are champions of División de Honor Group 3 following a 1-1 draw against Cornellá at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper. They are the first academy team who have won the title this season. Gabri Garcia’s team could potentially add another three trophies before the season is up as they are into the semi-finals of the UEFA Youth League against Salzburg, and are still in the Champions Cup and the Copa del Rey.