Barça fans around the world can use the official hashtag to send their photos and videos
The best pictures will be published on the club website, which for the first time for a clásico is available in nine languages
The club will be following all the big-match build-up on its social netwroks, with exclusive photos and videos available via its Instragram profile
Clásico kick off times
Los Angeles 9 am
Mexico City 11am
Washington 12 pm
Brasilia: 2 pm
Barcelona 6 pm
Paris 6 pm
Berlin 6 pm
Istanbul 7 pm
Doha: 7 pm
Moscow 8 pm
New Delhi: 9.30pm
FC Barcelona v Real Madrid next Saturday will not only be enjoyed at the Camp Nou. In the build-up to the Clásico, Barça fans all around the world have the chance to get behind Tata Martino and his team on social media using the hashtag #ClassicFCB from any of the sites where the club is present: Instagram, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Youtube, Tencent or Pinterest.
The Club is encouraging its fans all around the world to use #ClassicFCB as the clásico approaches to post messages of support, photos and videos. Wherever you are, London, Paris, New York, Tokyo, Istanbul, Rio de Janeiro, Beijing, Jakarta or Sydney, we want you to enjoy Barça v Madrid from all the most emblematic places in the world by sending photos and videos of Barça fans, which will then be shown on the club website and different 2.0 profiles.
Live coverage on Instagram
As well as the usual Facebook, Twitter and Google+ sites, Barça fans will also find exclusive photos and videos of the Clásico on the official FC Barcelona Instagram account. The Club will be following the whole game from start to finish in the form of photos and videos.
80 million leaders and standard-setters
Barça now has more than 80 million 2.0 followers around the world on its social networks, making it the leading sports club, while also setting the standards for others to follow. It has 28 different accounts on different channels, while the website has also been strengthened by the addition of a Portuguese language version, thus further consolidating its position around the world. So, for the first time ever, fans can follow the Clásico in any of nine different languages: