FC Barcelona bids farewell to Spotify Camp Nou saying #FinsAviatSCN
The next Liga fixture will be the last in the stadium until November 2024, when construction work on Espai Barça will be complete
This weekend's Liga fixture at Spotify Camp Nou will be the last in the stadium until November 2024, due to work on the Espai Barça project. FC Barcelona is organising a special farewell for the game against Mallorca, the last ever in the ground as we know it today, and also the last ever game for Sergio Busquets.
The club wants to make this a special occasion to celebrate the league championship, Busquets' last game and the departure from such an iconic venue. Spotify Camp Nou is going nowhere, but it will be a very different place when the team returns. Fans are encouraged to come to the ground for this emotional occasion, and to bring all the blaugrana shirts, scarves and other paraphernalia with them to create a stupendous farewell.
Accompanied by the tag-line Full of History, Full of Future, and the hashtag #FinsAviatSCN (See You Later, SCN), a video has been released in which the FC Barcelona president, Joan Laporta, and the players Sergi Roberto and Sandra Paños, as well as a male and female club member, call on the fans to come dressed in blaugrana attire to say their farewells to Spotify Camp Nou and Sergio Busquets. And fans around the world are being called on to honour the stadium by recalling their most memorable moments spent there.
The idea is to generate a chain of videos on the club's digital platforms in which fans can post their videos of the most memorable moments at Spotify Camp Nou. This compilation also involves different players of past and present and other people associated to FC Barcelona.
Similarly, there will be a series of digital activities on the different Barça channels to feed the farewell to Spotify Camp Nou with as much top content as possible.
The team will also be wearing a special kit for the game, which will also bear the words 'full of history, full of future', together with the years 1957, when the current stadium was opened, and 2023, the year it is to adopt a brand new look. And naturally, there will be a picture of the stadium too. The commemorative shirt will go on exclusive sale at the Barça Store this week and can be purchased by any fans who would like to buy one to wear to the game.