When and where to watch Valencia v FC Barcelona

Valencia v FC Barcelona
The local times and channels for watching Sunday’s Spanish League match at the Mestalla Stadium

FC Barcelona play Valencia on Sunday in the Spanish First Division. The game is being screened in a wide variety of countries on different channels, but if it’s not being shown where you are, fear not, for you can listen to live English language commentary on Radio Barça and on the international websites. You can also receive constant updates at fcbarcelona.com, on Twitter (@fcbarcelona_com) and on the club’s usual social networks.

Sunday 30 November 2014

Los Angeles – 12:00 PM (WST) / New York – 3:00 PM (EST)

beIN Sports USA, SiriusXM FC, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports en Español

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona and www.fcbarcelona.com


Brazil – 6:00 PM (Brasilia)

ESPN

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona_br and www.fcbarcelona.pt


South AmericaBuenos Aires 5:00 PM / Santiago Chile 5:00 PM / Mexico City 2:00 PM

Blue To Go Video Everywhere, TDN

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona_es and www.fcbarcelona.es


United Kingdom – 8:00 PM

NOW TV, Sky Sports 5/HD, Sky Go, Sky Go Extra

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona and www.fcbarcelona.com


France – 9:00 PM (CET)

BeiN Sports

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona_fra and www.fcbarcelona.fr


Barcelona – 9:00 PM (CET)

Canal+ 1

FCBarcelona: www.fcbarcelona.cat, www.fcbarcelona.es, @fcbarcelona_cat and @fcbarcelona_es


Arabian Countries – 11:00 PM (Mecca Time)

beIN Sports Arabia 2 HD, beIN Sports Arabia 11 HD, beIN Sports Connect Arabia, beIN Sports Arabia 13 HD

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona_ara and www.fcbarab.com


 

Monday 1 December 2014

Russia – 00:00 AM (MSK)

Setanta Sports Eurasia, NTV+ Football, NTV+ Sport Online

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona and www.fcbarcelona.com


 

India – 1:30 AM (IST)

Star Sports HD 2 Asia, Star Sports 2 Asia

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona and www.fcbarcelona.com


Indonesia – 3:00 AM (WIB)

RCTI – Indonesia, Fox Sports Indonesia

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona_id and www.fcbarcelona.co.id


China – 4:00 AM (CST)

PPLive, QQ Sports Live, Sina Sports, Star Sports China

FC Barcelona: Tencent Weibo, Sina Weibo and www.fcbarcelona.cn


Japan – 5:00 AM (JST)

WowWow

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona_jap and www.fcbarcelona.jp


Australia – 7:00 AM (Sydney)

Fox Sports 4 Australia

FC Barcelona: @fcbarcelona and www.fcbarcelona.com

                                                                                                                  *Source: Live Soccer TV

Morning of karting for the first team

A group of players during the morning of karting/ PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
The FC Barcelona squad took part in a team building activity on Friday morning

This morning the players did not take part in their usual training session at the Ciutat Esportiva. Instead, coach Luis Enrique decided to take the players off for a team building exercise away from the training ground. The entire first team made their way to a karting circuit for an activity that was planned within the training schedule and served to help the team to bond. The Barça coach is not a newcomer to organising such excursions as he did so when he was in charge at Barça B, AS Roma and Celta de Vigo.

The team will return to training on Saturday at 11AM CET at the Ciutat Esportiva, following which Luis Enrique will appear before the press. It will be their final training session before the trip to Mestalla to take on Valencia on Sunday.

Barça out to break Valencia's home record

Parejo celebrates his goal against Elche at the Mestalla / PHOTO: VALENCIACF.COM
Valencia have taken 16 out of a possible 18 points at home this season, with Bilbao the only team to avoid defeat.

Valencia have scored three goals in each of their five wins at Mestalla

Barça on a good run

After seeing off Seville 5-1 at the Nou Camp last weekend, Barça also won 0-4 against Apoel in Nicosia on Tuesday.

[[DES_1]] After victories against Almeria and Sevilla, Barça will be looking to make it three straight league wins when they visit Valencia on Sunday night, but Mestalla has proved a tough place to win for visiting teams this season, with Valencia taking 16 points from their first six home games.

Strong at home

Only Athletic Club Bilbao have managed to stop Valencia scoring at home this season, holding them to a goalless draw earlier this month, whilst Malaga (3-0), Espanyol (3-1), el Cordoba (3-0), Atletico Madrid (3-1) and Elche (3-1) have all been suffered big defeats.

Bouncing back

After a disappointing season last year, Valencia have bounced back and currently sit fourth, four points behind Barça. Despite taking just one point from their last two games, Nuno Espirito’s side are already looking like firm favourites to be challenging for a Champions League spot come next May.

Xavi and Iniesta amongst the 15 midfielders nominated by FIFA FIFPro

Xavi and Iniesta, nominated for the FIFPro 2014  World XI/ PHOTO: @FIFPro
The two Barça midfielders are on the shortlist for the FIFA FIFPro 2014 World XI

Andrés Iniesta and Xavi Hernández are the Barça candidates in midfield for the FIFA FIFPro 2014 XI. The two are included in the preliminary list of 15 midfielders, which also features ex-Barça players Cesc Fàbregas –now at Chelsea- and Touré Yaya –Manchester City, alongside Xabi Alonso (FC Bayern Munich), Di Maria (Manchester United), Eden Hazard ( Chelsea FC), Kroos (Real Madrid), Modric (Real Madrid CF), Özil (Arsenal FC), Pirlo ( Juventus), Pogba ( Juventus), James Rodríguez (Real Madrid), Schweinsteiger (FC Bayern Munich) and Arturo Vidal (Juventus).

The final line up will be a result of the votes of the 60,000 professional footballers all over the world and will be announced at the FIFA World Player of the Year awards in Zurich on January 12.

Xavi and Iniesta join Club colleagues Claudio Bravo  -chosen amongst the five best keepers – and  Piqué, Jordi Alba, Alves and Mascherano amongst the 20 defenders pre-selected for the XI.

Messi vs Neymar

Neymar and Messi has great fun with Audi's exercises / PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
The two FC Barcelona stars showed off their ball skills during one of the exercises organised by Audi at today’s presentation

One ball, 60 seconds and one target: to touch the ball as many times as they can in order to recharge it with energy. Messi and Neymar faced off in this contest where there could only be one winner. So who do you think managed to generate the most energy? Check out this clash of giants at today’s presentation of the first team squad’s new Audi cars.

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