Friday, 08 October 2010 00:00 Published in FC Barcelona Be the first to comment!
The supporters of FC Barcelona have played an important role, helping to create Barcelona's current identity. Over the last 111 years since the club was formed, the supporters have always been a big influence on the club, especially when it comes to the formation of the clubs Catalan identity.
Thursday, 07 October 2010 00:00 Published in FC Barcelona Be the first to comment!
One of the most intensive rivalries in sports is the one between F.C Barcelona and Real Madrid.You could say that it is the most intsensive rivalry between two football clubs in any competition. Often watched by hundreds of millions of people around the world. Therefore it is one of the most watched football matches of all times. Rivalries are common in football. Often because of geographical locations, matches between two teams from the same city, succes or clubimage. But besides these factors others that seperate the rivalry between these two clubs from the rest is the historical, political, philosophical and…
Wednesday, 06 October 2010 00:00 Published in FC Barcelona Be the first to comment!
When visiting Barcelona, a must see for tourists is the Camp Nou stadium. It is one of Barcelona's major attractions and every year a lot of people come to visit it. Camp Nou is known as one of the most impressive stadia in the world. It is part of a few selected footballstadia and have received a 5 star status by the Eufa. It has been said that the atmosphere is so good that even in a empty stadium you can still feel the great ambiance that was there from the game the night before.
Saturday, 04 April 2009 00:00 Published in FC Barcelona Be the first to comment!
F.C. Barcelona or "Barça”, as the club is popularly known, was founded in 1899 by Swissborn Hans Gamper and eleven other enthusiasts. More than a century of history, full of great victories (including two European Cups and 18 league titles) and times of misfortune, has forged the personality of an institution which is said to be “mes que un club”, which means more than a club. Indeed, in the times of its greatest hardships, coinciding with the dictatorship of General Franco, it became a symbol of freedom and an expression of the cultural and political identity of Catalonia.