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FC Barcelona

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Name: FC Barcelona
Full Name: Futbol Club Barcelona
Founded: 29 November 1899
City: Barcelona
Country: Spain
Stadium: Camp Nou (Nou Camp)
Capacity: 99,354

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Watching FC Barcelona used to be difficult for fans in the UK and until recently needed an expensive subscription to a Pay TV channel but now thanks to our live streaming partners and their live streaming console you can watch each and every match from the La Liga live.

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No matter if you know the Catalans giants as Football Club Barcelona, FC Barcelona, Barcelona or simply Barca, there can be no denying that the club are one of the giants of world football and are an icon of Spanish football.

Founded in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English and Catalan footballers the club quickly become a symbol of Catalan culture and Catalanism which has grown and grown in recent years with the club now living up to its Mes que un club (More than a club) motto more than ever.

Unlike the majority of football clubs, FC Barcelona is owned and operated by the fans, who elect a president to run the day to day operations of the club.

The clubs Camp Nou (often referred to as Nou Camp), is one of the world’s biggest stadiums and is often thought of as one of the most atmospheric for big matches and on European nights when nearly 100,000 fans sing the clubs ‘Cant del Barca’ anthem.

Domestically the club have dominated the Spanish game alongside Real Madrid and they have won all that there is to win on both the European and World stage.

Barca have a long standing rivalry with Real Madrid which is built around more than just a football rivalry but also enters into politics and national pride. Matches between the two teams are known as El Clasico and are amongst the most watch sporting events in the world.

Barca also have a heated rivalry with city neighbours Espanyol although it has to be said that this rivalry has become much less heated in recent seasons. Historically it was a case of Barcelona been very much Catalan and Espanyol been very much Castilian. Those historical stances meant there was a lot of heat between the 2 sets of fans that was much more than simply local rivalry but with the politics of both clubs (and especially of Espanyol) changing and become much similar, the clubs are left with a local rivalry that is (and has been historically) one sided.

FC Barcelona are one of the founding clubs of La Liga and alongside Real Madrid and athletic Bilboa, they have never been relegated from the top flight.

The club have one of the largest fan bases in the world and no matter with town or city you are in or what continent you are on the chances are you will see somebody wearing the iconic n blue and red stripes of Barcelona.

What Can We Watch?

You can watch each and every FC Barcelona match live from La Liga as well as matches from the Copa Del Rey.

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Barcelona Football Club

Barcelona FC are one of the most valuable sports clubs in the world, not only in terms of the value of the plyers that adorn the shirt but also in terms of the facilities the club have and the FC Barcelona brand itself.

Much of that is down to the success, the continued success, of the club both domestically (where they have won the Spanish League on over 20 occasion, the Spanish Cup on over 25 occasions as well as the Spanish Super Copa), in European action (where they have won the Champions League on multiple occasion, the Cup Winners Cup, the UEFA Cup, the Inter Cities Fairs Cup and the UEFA Super Cup) and they have also won world competitions including the FIFA Club World Cup.

Aside from main football team the club also have a B team, an under 19’s team, a women’s team, a Futsal team and a beach soccer team whilst brand is also spread out across the world of sport with teams participating in multiple other sports including basketball, wheelchair basketball, handball, roller hockey, ice hockey and Rugby League.

But it is the main football team that the club are most famous for and it is the main football team that fans across the world want to watch. It used to be the case that without an expensive subscription to a pay TV channel you couldn’t watch FC Barcelona matches line in the UK (unless they were playing in European action but even that isn’t an option at the current date).

Thankfully it is now possible to watch each and every FC Barcelona match from LA Liga (the Spanish top flight football division). All of the live streams for Barcelona featured on SportsStream.co.uk are 100% legal, 100% safe and just needing for you to register.

Such is the popularity of Barcelona and the impact made on football fans by players such as Rivaldo, Romario, Johan Cruyff and of course in more recent seasons the footballing genius that is Leo Messi, that no matter which city you are in and which continent you are on you are more than likely to see a replica FC Barcelona football shirt.

If you are a fan of watching matches from across Europe and even around the world, you are sure to have spotted at least 1 Barcelona shirt in the crowd as the no matter which ever local team you support, many football fans have FC Barcelona as their 2nd team.

That is of course for a number of reasons but for many it is due to the style of football the club always try to stick to, the fact that as well as bringing through and creating so many stars from their youth ranks, the club also buy the very best players from around the world and of course the very site of 100,000 fans all singing the clubs anthem on big match days been one of the most impressive and impactful sights in world football.

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History of FC Barcelona
As you would expect from a football club that has grown from a regional club side in Catalonia to instantly recognisable global sporting icon, the history of FC Barcelona is a long and successful one but it is also a history that started from humble beginnings.

In 1899, Hans Gamper from Switzerland placed an advert in Los Deportes stating a wish to start up a brand new Association Football club in the city of Barcelona and if anybody was interested in playing, to come along to a meeting on the 29th of November at the Gimnasio Sole.

Although not much interested was shown, just enough was as 11 men showed up and therefore a new club was born- Foot-Ball Club Barcelona.

FC Barcelona started life playing in a local competition (the Campionat de Catalunya) and national cups (the Copa del Rey). And it didn’t take long for success to be had as the club won the 1902 Copa Macaya.

Things didn’t go too smoothly and Hans Gamper, by then known as Joan Gamper became the president of the club and took over the attempts to save the club and to keep football in Barcelona.

As part of the changes undertaken to improve the finances of the club, the team made the move to a new home stadium at the Camp de la Industria, which had a capacity of around 8,000. The move also saw the club announce a competition to design a new club crest and that proved to be a big part of the future of the club as the design entered by Carles Comamala was chosen and it is still the design, with some small changes, that is used to this very day.

FCB also entered the newly formed Pyrenes Cup, featuring the best teams from Southern France, the Basque Country and Catalonia and this new cup comp proved to be a successful avenue to the club who won 4 straight trophies between 1910-1913.

That period was also when the club moved away from a Castilian identity and towards a Catalan identity, including using the Catalan region language and that has been something that has been at the forefront of the culture and identity of the club ever since, despite the global nature of the club and the sport in the modern era.

By the 1920’s, the club were now established, had settled finances and were a growing force in the region so now the focus was to increase memberships in the club and to fund a new and larger stadium and this was something that the club achieved with relative ease by 1922, when they moved to Les Cortes, a stadium with an initial capacity of 30,00 but by the 1940’s the cubs continued success led to the stadiums capacity grow to around 60,000.

On the back of that, the club hired their first ever full-time manager- Jack Greenwell- which helped propel the cub to start their first ‘Golden era’ where they won 11 Campionats de Catalunya, 6 Copa del Reys and 4 Pyrenees Cups.

As with the majority of things in football, that era of success couldn’t last and by the 1960’s titles and trophies were drying up. Things were not helped by the clubs finances becoming tied up in the building of the now iconic Camp Nou stadium, which first opened in 1957 and of course has now gone on to become one of the most famous and instantly recognisable sporting stadiums in the world.

To the chagrin of most fans, it was Real Madrid that took over from Barca as the dominate force but they did restore some pride when they took on and defeated there big rivals at the Santiago Bernabeu in the final of the Copa del Generalissimo in a match watched by the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco.

When Spain’s dictatorship ended in 1974, the club changed their official name to Futbol Club Barcelona and the 1970’s also saw the club start to ring in stars from across the globe headlined by the signing of Dutch superstar Johan Cruyff for the 1973-74 season.

The next big change the club made that has gone on to be a huge art of their future and has helped the club create their brand and identity is the formation of La Masia which has now gone on to become one of the world’s most famous sporting academies that has developed many household stars that have gone on to play for Barca and for other clubs across Spain and around the world including the academies most famous product- Leo Messi.

In 1982, the club signed Diego Maradona for a then world record fee of £5,000,000 and whilst his stay in the city was short lived, it was a sign of intention for the Catalans who went on to become one of the biggest clubs in the world over the next decade or so and that is a position that they have gone on to keep hold of ever since.

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