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The game will be shown at 19.00 local time in China on what is a very special day for families to get together and celebrate the New Year

FC Barcelona has prepared a series of events to promote the league game against Getafe on Sunday, which coincides with the celebrations for the Chinese New Year – the Year of The Snake. Fans can watch the game via the Chinese State TV channel CCTV-5 and the web site Tencent Sports.

The Club would like to greet the Chinese fans watching the game live and the captains of both Barça and Getafe will come out onto the pitch accompanied by children wearing commemorative T-Shirts for the New Year. The Barça team will then pose for a commemorative photo with a banner celebrating the New Year.
The game will be shown at 19.00 local time in China on what is a very special day for families to get together and celebrate the New Year.

As well as the events mentioned above to be held at the Camp No, the Club has prepared a series of events via its Chinese website (www.fcbarcelona.cn) and the social networks. The Club’s Chinese website – which has already achieved a fantastic number of visitors in its first six months – has prepared a number of special features for the game via several promotional videos.

Chinese users can enjoy the latest news, commemorative wallpapers and screen savers, photo and video galleries and a special Barça Toons episode featuring, Xiao Sa (‘Little Barça’ in Chinese).
The Club has also posted these contents on its official Tencent Weibo account (t.qq.com/FCBarcelona). Barça’s account on the leading Chinese social network is now followed by nearly 2 million fans.

 

Asian prime time kick off

The game against Getafe will be broadcast at Prime Time in Asia and will be broadcast by ESPN Star, STLM, TDM (Macao), PCCW (Hong Kong), RS (Thailand), KBSN (South Korea), VCTV (Vietnam), WOWOW (Japan) and SCTV (Indonesia).

The Club has also strengthened its communication via its Japanese website (www.fcbarcelona.jp), its official Twitter account in Japanese (@fcbarcelona_jap) and via Facebook – where the Club has more than 40 million followers – to the Asian continent in general.

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