Barça v Las Palmas: Did you know? | FC Barcelona
Check out all of the fascinating facts between Barça and the Canary Islanders before their match this Sunday, October 1.
When and where to watch FC Barcelona - Las Palmas | FC Barcelona
The match can be watched around the world and to help you figure out how, check out our handy TV guide below listing local broadcast information and kickoff times around the world. If you can’t make it to a TV then don't worry, because you can also listen to live play-by-play in English on Radio Barça, as well as follow our minute-by-minute updates on Twitter as the action unfolds.
16 Barça players called up for internationals | FC Barcelona
The games could see Spain cement their place in next summer’s tournament in Russia with the first taking place in Alicante on Friday 6 October at 8.45pm CET against Albania. The second comes on Monday 9 October away to Israel, also at 8.45pm CET. Lopetegui’s team need just three points to book their place in the 2018 World Cup.
Lionel Messi and Carles Puyol, a reunion of legends | FC Barcelona
Leo Messi and Carles Puyol, two legends in the history of FC Barcelona, met on Friday at the Ciutat Esportiva, on the eve of what is likely to be a special occasion. Last Wednesday, in the game played in Lisbon against Sporting, the Argentinian equalled the number of official matches that the ex-captain played for Barça; 593.
Messi will continue to improve - Puyol | FFT
Carles Puyol believes Lionel Messi can continue to improve, as the Argentina superstar gets set to surpass the former Barcelona captain for appearances at the club. Messi is level with Puyol on 593 and is poised to move on to 594 when Barca welcome Las Palmas to Camp Nou on Sunday.
Barça first team and women's team pose for official photo | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona’s first team and women’s team posed together Friday for the 2017/18 season’s official picture, which included all the members of both teams, their coaching staffs, and Club President Josep Maria Bartomeu. The photo was taken on Tito Vilanova Field at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, Barça’s training center, located in Sant Joan Despí. The joint photo is a symbol of the Club’s commitment to both men’s and women’s sports.