The European champions will be received this Sunday at the Generalitat and the City Hall

The Blaugranas will offer the ‘poker’ of titles to the fans in the Plaça Sant Jaume


Barça Femení will be received this Sunday by the highest authorities of Catalonia and the city of Barcelona to celebrate the Women’s Champions League achieved this Saturday in Bilbao, by beating Lyon 2-0, in a party that will also commemorate the ‘poker’ of titles achieved this season by Jonathan Giráldez’s team.

The three-time European champions, together with the president of FC Barcelona, ​​Joan Laporta, and members of the Board of Directors, will visit Plaça Sant Jaume in Barcelona to attend the tribute ceremony that will be held at the palace of the Generalitat of Catalonia (19.15 h) and later in the city council.

In addition, all the trophies won this season will be offered to fans. The players and the ‘culer’ delegation will arrive by bus to the confluence of Via Laietana with Plaça de l’Àngel and will make the final stretch on foot to Plaça Sant Jaume, along Jaume I Street.

The reception at the Generalitat of Catalonia will begin at 7:15 p.m., and will be attended by the club’s players and coaching staff, the president, Joan Laporta, the institutional vice president Elena Fort, the director responsible for Women’s Football Xavi Puig, and other members. of the Board of Directors.

On behalf of the Generalitat, there will be the institutional presence of the acting president, Pere Aragonès, the presidential advisor, Laura Vilagrà, and the general secretary of Sports and Physical Activity, Anna Caula, who will receive the team at the door of the Palau and will take you to the Pati Gòtic, where the reception will take place.

Subsequently, the expedition will cross the square to be received by the mayor of the city of Barcelona, ​​Jaume Collboni, and the Councilor for Sports, David Escudé, who will be accompanied by other members of the council. The event will take place at the Saló de Cent, where the European champions will be honored. The celebration events are scheduled to end at 9:00 p.m.