The club have announced some procedures to help the season tickets holders to get their compensation due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Getty Images/ Goal UEFA, after a meeting on Wednesday, confirmed the format and the schedule of the unfinished 2019-20 Champions League season. The season has been on hold since March 11th due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The round of 16 matches are scheduled for the weekend of August 7, 8, and 9. Barça is unaware if they can play the second leg at Camp Nou against Napoli, as UEFA will validate this information in the upcoming weeks. A decision is pending on whether the four remaining round of 16 second legs will take place at the home team's stadium or in Portugal including Manchester City-Madrid, Bayern-Chelsea, and Juventus-Lyon. The quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will be played in a single match, split between Benfica's
Griezmann in action vs Real Mallorca on 8/12/19source - Getty images FC Barcelona is ready for the return of La Liga on Saturday against Mallorca, but there are some safety measures to be followed by both clubs. After two months of inactivity, La Liga is set to return, as FC Barcelona travel to Mallorca on Saturday. The game will be played without fans and almost without press. Both teams will have to follow health protocols and safety measures given by La Liga. Preparations were seen at Mallorca’s Son Moix stadium. The operators were expanding the area of benches so that the substitutes can follow the game while maintaining social distancing. Both FC Barcelona and Real Mallorca will have to arrive at stadium with two
Source - AFP The country has started easing up the lockdown and following that, on Sunday, La Liga president Javier Tebas announced that there is a possibility of fans being in the stadium in coming weeks. Spanish government will announce the Royal Degree Law later on. As per the law, new normality and public access to the stadiums will be given. FC Barcelona is working with the program called ‘Espai Net i Segur’, with director Joan Bladé, a professional doctor, to help assess the risk and precautionary measures to follow when public access is given to the fans. According to the reports from Cadena COPE, from 29th June, the fans will be once again allowed inside the stadium but with limited capacity and
Jordi Cardoner, on behalf of the FC Barcelona Foundation, attends the presentation of the study of the involvement of Covid-19 in children and pregnant women at the Sant Joan de Déu Hospital. (Pep Morata) FC Barcelona, committing to its motto “ more than a club “, had approved the ceding of the title rights to Camp Nou for the season 2020-2021 to the Barça Foundation to raise money to invest in research projects being carried out in Catalonia and the rest of the world involved in the fight against the effects of COVID-19. On the occasion of the presentation of the study of ‘Kids Corona’ at the hospital Sant Joan De Déu in which the Barça Foundation has contributed 500,000 euros, the vice president