The first female employee in Barça's history was a doorkeeper at the Club's offices on Rambla de Canaletes 9.

The woman, who was recently widowed and had young children, was employed by Francesc de Moxó's board of directors on 4 May 1914 for five pesetas a month to do “all useful works”. Also, her older son was hired as well with an advance of 20 pesetas, which was a substantial amount of money in those days.

As a comparison, on 12 August 1914 FC Barcelona signed a contract with the doctor Feliu Castells making him the first official doctor at the club. According to his contract, he was paid two pesetas for each visit to a player and five for his obligatory attendance to the first team games. In this context, you can see that the solidarity shown by the Club to the female doorkeeper was extraordinary.