The Palau Blaugrana will be the venue for the FC Barcelona Ordinary General Assembly on Sunday 17 October, which is scheduled to start at 3.00pm for the first call, and at 3.30pm for the second call. The Assembly can be seen live on Barça TV and BarçaTV+, on the Club's website, all over the world.
Delegate members will be convened to this Assembly as chosen by lot in June 2020 for a period of two years and who are thus being summoned for a second time after being able to attend the Assembly held last June at the Camp Nou.
A total of 4,457 members will be convened to this Assembly. In addition to the elected delegate members, they will be joined by the most senior members on the Club Senate, the members of the Board of Directors, the former presidents of FC Barcelona, the members of the Statutory Commissions and the presidents of the Territorial Federations of Penyes.
As agreed by the Board of Directors at its meeting on September 16, at this Assembly the closure of financial accounts for the 2020/21 season, the budget for the current year, a funding proposal for the Espai Barça project, the authorisation to transfer a minority stake in Barça Studios to external investors and the proposed reform of the Statutes will be submitted for approval by the members.
From Sunday 26 September, the revised content of the FC Barcelona Statutes will be accessible to all members on the club website and can also be consulted in person by appointment at the Barça Supporters Services Office (OAB) from 10.00pm to 2.00pm (Monday to Sunday). Likewise, the information relating to the other points will also be available to members at the same place and time, from 1 October.
The agenda for the Assembly consists of nine items that will begin with the report by President Joan Laporta.