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Last year's open door training session / PHOTO: ARXIU FCB

Barça fans don’t want to miss out on the open-to-the-public training session on Thursday. 11,146 tickets have been given out to supporters since the tickets became available two days ago. On Monday, Club members collected 7,292 tickets. This Tuesday, tickets went on sale to the public, an additional 3,854 tickets were sold. A fantastic atmosphere is guaranteed for Thursday’s training session (11.30).

Ticket windows open on the 4th

Club members can watch the training session for free (maximum of three tickets per member), while non-member supporters must pay 5€ per ticket. Starting tomorrow, January 4, the remaining 3,000 tickets will be on sale at the main ticket windows, staring at 8.00 through 17.00.

All tickets that are not sold tomorrow will be available at the North Goal ticket window on January 5, starting at 9.00. Supporters must show their ticket to gain access to the training session.

The Miniestadi’s doors will open at 10.00. It’s important to note that there is no public parking at the Miniestadi or at the Camp Nou.

Post-training session hospital visits

As is usual for this time of year, once the training session concludes, the first team players, equipped with bags full of toys, will visit children at local hospitals to wish them a Happy Reyes Day for the Club’s ‘Un somni per un regal’ (A dream for a present) campaign. These are the hospitals that the first team will visit: Hospital San Juan de Dios, Hospital Vall d'Hebron, Hospital de Sant Pau, Hospital del Mar, Hospital Trias i Pujol, Hospital de Barcelona and Hospital de Nens de Barcelona.

YouTube and the Club's website

Remember, the training session will be broadcast live on Barça TV, the Club’s website and on the Club’s YouTube channel. If you cannot make it to the session, you will be able to follow the first team on any of these platforms.

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