Barça Fans 'Face to Face' is coming back

Face to face
The Barça players will come up against each other in pairs to find who knows the most about their team mates

Enjoy the free videos of the players who have already taken part in this entertaining challenge

The Barça Fans section ‘Face to Face’ will be back soon more videos in which the FC Barcelona players show just how well they know their team mates. As such, in pairs, the blaugrana players have to decide if their partner’s statements about their careers are true or false. Consequently, the fans can find out a little more about the Barça players and be entertained at the same time.

Enjoy these free videos which in the first edition saw Rakitic and Adriano paired together, Rafinha with Sergi Roberto, Alves with Munir, Pedro with Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba with Mathieu. The Barça demonstrate just how well they know their fellow blaugranes.


Rakitic vs Adriano

Rafinha vs Sergi Roberto

 Alves vs Munir

Pedro vs Sergio

Jordi Alba vs Mathieu


Part two of Xavi Hernández's memory test: Assists

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Now with more than 750 appearances for Barça, the midfielder attempts to recall assists and scorelines from games spanning the last 17 years

In the first installment of the Xavi Hernandez memory test, the midfielder knew the goals and guessed the results of five of the 750 games he has played. In this second installment, Xavi tries to correctly recall five of his past assists and the final score of each match they came in.

Five passes were pre-selected from between the 1998/99 and the 2014/15 seasons, including assists and results from matches versus Real Madrid in 2000/01, Levante in 2004/05, Atlético Madrid in 2007/08, Santos in 2011/12 and Milan in 2012/13.

Xavi Hernández’s profile

Best videos from the Clásico

Luis Suárez walks out on to the field with the mosaic in the background / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
Look back at some of the highlights surrounding last Sunday’s Barça-Real Madrid clash

More than 98,000 spectators attended the Clásico between Barça and Real Madrid last Sunday at Camp Nou. The game was not a disappointment with the blaugranes emerging 2-1 winners in a vibrant contest. The importance of the game goes beyond the 90 minutes out on the field. In the hours leading up to the game in the stadium, the special atmosphere of this particular fixture became apparent. We look back at some of those moments in a compilation of the best videos from the day.

The pre game mosaic. Camp Nou welcomed the players out on to the field in a way that only Camp Nou can.

Post game reactions. Aside from Luis Enrique’s post match press conference and Rakitic and Bravo in the Mixed Zone, Luis Suárez was the guest on Barça TV’s ‘El Marcador’ programme,

Matchwinner Luis Suárez appears on Barça TV… by fcbarcelona

Inside View. All the details from Clásico day first hand. From the arrival of the players to the stadium, the warm up before the game and their thoughts after the final whistle.

Following Leo Messi. A camera follows the Barça number 10 from his arrival at Camp Nou to the end of his pre game warm up.

Clásico timelapse. A fixed camera recorded the hours prior to the game, and with time lapse photography, it shows just how Camp Nou gets ready for the Clásico.

Training schedule for this week

The squad will be training at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper / ARXIU FCB
Luis Enrique will have his international players returning this week, as he prepares for Sunday’s trip to Vigo to face Celta

As the squad’s international players return to Barcelona this week, Luis Enrique will begin preparations for Sunday’s trip to Vigo to face Celta, as the team aim to maintain their lead at the top of La Liga following the win over Real Madrid.

Below is the training schedule for the coming seven days:

Monday 30

6.00pm: Training at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Tuesday 31

11.00am: Training at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Wednesday 1 April

Rest Day

Thursday 2

11.00am: Training at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Friday 3

11.00am: Training at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Saturday 4

11.00am: Training at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Sunday 5

09.15am: Depart for Vigo

9.00pm: Celta de Vigo-FC Barcelona, round 29 of La Liga BBVA

*All times CET

FC Barcelona-Real Sociedad: Giant step towards the title (3-0)

The team celebrate a goal against Real Sociedad/ MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB
Goals from Caldentey, Sonia and Alexia eased Barça to a comfortable win

La fitxa del partit

FC Barcelona Women A, 3

Real Sociedad, 0

FC Barcelona: Ràfols; Torrejón, Serrano, García, Landa; Virgínia, Jenni (Unzué, min 55), Alexia; Corredera (Baudet, min 74), Caldentey (Willy, min 74) and Bermúdez (Diéguez, min 55).

Real Sociedad: Cornejo, Vicente, Bergara, Gastearena, García, Uriarte, Ramajo, Baños, Fernández, Agirre, Encinas.  

Goals: 1-0: Caldentey (min 11); 2-0: Bermúdez (min 44); 3-0: Alexia (min 66).

With rivals Atletico Madrid drawing in Bilbao, Barça took a giant step towards the league title with a 3-0 win over Real Sociedad on Sunday lunchtime that leaves them 11 points clear at the top of the table.

Early goal and a touch of class

An early goal from Mariona Caldentey after a botched back pass, gave Barça the lead, but they found it hard going against a competitive Basque side, who were denying them space and time in in midfield. However, a classy move involving Mariona Caldentey, Alexia Putellas and Sonia Bermúdez set up the second for Sonia just before the break.

When after 15 minutes of the second half Corredera set up Alexia Putellas for a simple tap in, the game was all but done and dusted, with only the paint on the crossbar denying Wily a fourth direct from a corner, as Barça ran out easy winners.

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