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The Barça cartoon characters are back to celebrate the 22nd league title.
The Barça Toons are celebrating the league title. Under the slogan “we are a team, we are the champions”, the Barça cartoon characters are back on the scene with plenty of surprises and bursting with joy.
Our favourite characters are back to usher in Sant Jordi Day
The Barça Toons are back to usher in Sant Jordi Day. Xavi, Iniesta, Messi and company pass out roses and literature at the Camp Nou to Barça fans before they deal with the always dangerous dragon that haunts the pitch!
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FCB Toons Town first mobile app of Barça Toons
The Apple Store in Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona was the venue on Wednesday for the presentation of the very latest official FC Barcelona app, FCB Toons Town, available for Smartphones and Tablets using the Apple iOS and Google Android operating systems. FCB Toons Town is the first app to feature the Barça Toons, in which the idea is to build the perfect town in which to create a football club with the very best possible facilities.
FCB Toons Town takes place in a city modelled on Barcelona, including high detail representations of some of its most important sights. Naturally, FCB’s own installations are there too. As the game progresses, you get to build your own Camp Nou, Miniestadi, Palau Blaugrana, the Nova Masia Oriol Tort, the Ice Rink, Museum and club store.
In this new construction game, which can be downloaded for free, the Barça Toons eventually start coming to live in your city and use the Barça facilities you have created. You have to provide the players with the best living and playing conditions in order to ensure that they play well and win matches.
The FCB Toons Town app also features a series of mini-games that help generate XP and the skills required to make your city even better.
MUF and the Barça Toons
In 2003, the MUF conceived the idea of the Barça Toons, the cartoon versions of the FC Barcelona players, who have enjoyed many adventures, campaigns and activities aimed at the club’s younger supporters. The Barça Toons videos have proven extremely popular and are attracting huge numbers of visits. The new FCB Toons Town app is aimed at consolidating the presence of then characters and hence the club itself in the digital realm of Smartphones and similar devices.
Development of NO2
This new FC Barcelona app has been developed by NO2, a company dedicated to the design of mobile apps and games. NO2 has more than three million users of its different products.
Thus, FC Barcelona is continuing to develop its presence in the mobile market. FCB Toons Town has come hot on the heels of other apps such as FCB Team Cam, FCB Fantasy Manager 2013, FCB Starscup, FCB Regal Shootout, FCB Live!, FCB World Tap and FCB Watch.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, FC Barcelona has launched a new episode of Barça Toons with a very special character. He’s a Chinese boy called Xiao Sao, who celebrates the biggest event of the year in China with the Barça players
To celebrate Chinese New Year, FC Barcelona has launched a new episode of Barça Toons with a very special character. He’s a Chinese boy called Xiao Sao, who celebrates the biggest event of the year in China with the Barça players.
Xiao Sa represents a 12-year-old boy from Beijing with a love for football, and especially for Barça. He goes to La Masia in Barcelona with the dream of playing for Barça and spends New Year outside of his country. In the cartoon, the Barça players celebrate the event with him. Xiao Sa and his new friends decorate the house with traditionally red decorations and enjoy some typical Chinese dishes.
This special episode with the Toons is a special gift from FC Barcelona to its supporters in China, and is our way of celebrating the event with them.
Chinese New Year takes place next week, on February 10, the same day that Barça have a Liga fixture at home to Getafe. The game kicks off at 12.00 noon CET, which gives supporters in the Far East the rare opportunity to watch a Barça game kick off in what will be the evening in that part of the world.
In China, the game is going out live on public channel CCTV-5 and on the Tencent Sport website, so Chinese supporters will be able to celebrate New Year while enjoying FCB live on television! The club is working on a number of ideas to promote the match in China and providing especially extensive coverage on the Chinese section of the club website (www.fcbarcelona.cn) and also on the most important social networking site in the country, Tencent Weibo (t.qq.com/fcbarcelona).
The center back received a portrait of his Barça Toon minutes before this evening's training session
Marc Bartra has joined the Barça Toons family. The Barça full back received a framed portrait of his Barça Toon ahead of this evening's training session. It’s worth noting that Bartra is a first team player. Like the rest of the team, he now has his Toon. The 21-year-old wears the number 15 on his jersey.
The animated players are the stars of a story that explains some of the most ancient traditions celebrated by Catalans during the festive season
Christmas is becoming a more and more universal event, but it is celebrated differently in every part of the world. Households in Catalonia enjoy some especially ancient traditions.
To celebrate Christmas 2012, FC Barcelona has put together a new story featuring the Barça Toons, in which they explain some of these traditions in a fun way.
In this story, the Toons become the shepherds in an improvised nativity scene, a tradition that goes back to medieval times of using figurines to represent the birth of Jesus Christ in Palestine. Each player acts as a shepherd in the scene where the star announces the birth of the new messiah.
The Three Kings also appear, who are also important figures in any nativity scene. Every Christmas, Catalan families fill their houses with festive decorations. These include the nativity scene, a tradition that goes beyond its religious meanings to become a tradition in every sense, regardless of beliefs.
On Christmas Eve, Catalan children make what is called a ‘cagatió’, a tree trunk that contains their presents.
In this special episode of the Barça Toons, some very peculiar Catalan traditions are explained in a simple and fun way.
The first team, leading the campaign to encourage attendance at the Mini
For the third year running, FC Barcelona is running a communication programme to promote Barça B matches at the Miniestadi. In this case, some first team players are featuring in a graphic campaign to promote the attendance of reserve team matches by members, supporters clubs and fans in general. Using the images of such players as Messi, Puyol, Xavi, Iniesta, Busquets, Pedro, Valdés and Thiago (all of whom have played at the Mini in the past), the value of the B team is stressed and Barça supporters are encouraged to come and watch the future talents before they make the leap into the first team.
Catalonia ushers in the autumn season with La Castanyada, a festive day where castanyas (chestnuts) and panellets, traditional Catalan pastries, take centre stage
In addition to Halloween, Catalonia celebrates the autumn season on October 31 with the Castanyada holiday. Catalan families observe the ancient tradition by eating chestnuts, panellets and moniatos (white sweet potatoes). The Castanyada, which is closely related to the Christian holiday of All Saints Day, is a festive day where children share chestnuts and panellets with their classmates and where families gather to celebrate the autumnal season in Catalonia.
In the picture above, the Barça Toons are celebrating the Catalan tradition with FC Barcelona fans.
The Barça Toons celebrate Halloween with a special video created for Culés from around the world
FC Barcelona and the Barça Toons want to wish the world a happy Halloween. The Barça Toons, not wanting to miss out on the chance to score sweet treats, have dressed up in their favourite costumes and have taken it upon themselves to go trick or treating. The trick or treat tradition is observed mainly in the United Stand and Canada but the holiday is certainly not foreign to many parts of the world. So be warned and have your treats ready, the Barça Toons are on the prowl!
The Barça Toons enhanced with a new video campaign of the FC Barcelona Foundation