Barça Return to Traditional Stripes for Next Season

FC Barcelona will return to their traditional stripes for next year’s campaign. The club will replace the chequered design they have been sporting this year.

Barcelona’s First Win After Lockdown

Barça returned to La Liga action in emphatic fashion, scoring four times against Mallorca on Saturday. Goals from Vidal, Braithwaite, Alba and Messi securing 3 points for the Catalan club.

Barca’s PR mess after defeat, praise for Allegri as Juve win Serie A

Barcelona’s 5-4 defeat at Leganes isn’t just the end of their unbeaten season; it’s the beginning of some difficult questions for those in charge. FC Barcelona thought they were going to finish the season unbeaten, until they ran into a fiesty Leganes!

Atletico Madrid tells Barcelona ‘enough is enough’ over Antoine Griezmann pursuit

Atletico Madrid have told Barcelona “enough is enough” following further reports that the Catalan club will pay Antoine Griezmann’s release clause this summer.

Insiders talk Clasico: Camp Nou hoodoo, Messi, Ronaldo, pasillo, more

Andrés Iniesta’s farewell, mild-mannered managers and what it’s like to referee the big game: Our experts look at the themes surrounding Sunday’s Clasico.

Barcelona want Umtiti to stay but not at any cost

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says the club is keen to renew Samuel Umtiti’s contract but suggested they will not pay above and beyond to keep hold of him. France international Umtiti is in the second year of a five-year deal but his relatively low release clause of €60 million has led to fears he could leave Camp Nou this summer.

Competition and 4 Absentees for El Clasico

The first El Clasico in the 2017-18 La Liga season takes place this Saturday as we travel to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium to take on rivals Real Madrid. Today we have teamed up with Betfair for a competition. The first entrant to leave a comment below with the correct number of yellow cards in Saturday’s La Liga match between Real Madrid and Barcelona will win a football shirt of either team, of their choice. UK ONLY.

Barcelona stadium lit up as Catalans sink Hercules

The Barcelona stadium Camp Nou was lit up last night by a second string team that saw off minnows Hercules in style with a 7-0 drubbing. Luis Enrique put faith in his side to let the youngsters play and bring home the goods to let the Catalans progress to the last 16 of the Copa del Rey.