It will start at 11.00 and members get in for free, while it will cost 5 euros for the general public
The doors to the Miniestadi open at 9.00
Once it is over, the players will be going to a number of places to wish children a happy King’s Day
The training session will also be broadcast live on Barça TV, on the website at www.fcbarcelona.com and on the club’s YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/fcbarcelona).
In keeping with tradition, the first team will be holding an open doors training session for the festive season. This year, it will be on Friday January 3 at 11.00 in the Miniestadi.
All members can enter the ground free from 9.00 am, by showing a ticket that must be acquired previously, while all other fans must pay 5 euros.
Anyone who wants to come along can get their tickets from the Boulevard Ticket Offices from December 30 to January 3. Tickets can also be purchased on the day of the event from the offices at accesses 9 and 14. Members wanting to be in the Mini can get up to three tickets per card.
Visit to hospitals and Saló de la Infància
Once over, the players will be going to different centres to wish children a happy King’s Day as part of a programme being organised by the FC Barcelona Foundation called ‘A dream as a gift’. The places they’ll be going to are as follows: Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Hospital Vall d’Hebron, Hospital de Sant Pau, Hospital Universitari Germans Trias i Pujol, Hospital de Barcelona, Hospital de Nens de Barcelona, Cottolengo Padre Alegre and Casa Ronald McDonald.
While the first team are visiting hospitals, another group of players will also be visiting the Foundation’s stand at the Saló de la Infància.