November: 10 dates to remember

November: 10 dates to remember

Six games for the first team, two for basketball, one for handball and three futsal matches

The penultimate month of 2019 is full of matches for each section of the club. The first team will look for the wins that will keep them atop La Liga, whilst they can also ensure a passage into the knockout rounds of the Champions League. Barça's basketball side play two very attractive continental games, while the handball and futsal teams also play in Europe.

Nov 2. Levante-Barça

Ernesto Valverde's team begin November with the aim of extending their run of consecutive victories to eight. In so doing, they'd be just one behind the absolute record of consecutive wins under the 'Txingurri' as Barça coach. Levante, at the City of Valencia Stadium in the game corresponding to week 12, are first up.

Nov 5. Barça-Slavia Prague

The Czechs arrive at the Camp Nou for match day four of the Champions League group stage. It will be Slavia's first official visit, with Barça looking to reinforce their leadership of Group F.

Nov 9. Barça-Celta

League football returns to the Camp Nou when Barça play Celta, and the hosts will look to extend their run at home in domestic competition: five wins in five games.

Nov 13. Cartagena-Barça

A team led by Ernesto Valverde will travel to Cartagena in order to play a friendly match against the local side. The revenue from the sale of tickets will be destined for those affected by floods in that area, which occurred in mid-September and affected some 30,000 people.

Nov 14. Madrid-Barça basketball

Mid-November sees an El Clásico in basketball, as Barça travel to the WiZink Center on match day 8 of the regular Euroleague to face Real Madrid. It will be the first game between the sides since Barça's defeat in the Super Cup in September.

Nov 16. Barça-Aalborg handball

The Palau Blaugrana will be the venue for the seventh day of the group stage of the Handball Champions League. Xavi Pascual's Barça will receive Aalborg, a few days after facing them away from home. Along with Barça and PSG, the Danes are one of the sides that have started the competition most strongly.

Nov 20. Barça-Sparta Prague futsal

In Minsk, Barça will play the first of three games of the Champions League Elite Phase. Andreu Plaza's team will seek to qualify for the Final Four by also playing against Kherson (Nov 21), and the host, Stalitsa Minsk (Nov 23).

Nov 23. Leganés-Barça

La Liga action returns after the international break, and Butarque will host the game on match day 14. After a poor start to the league campaign as a visiting side, Barça will want to improve on their performances.

Nov 27. Barça-Borussia Dortmund

Three weeks later, the Champions League is back at the Camp Nou. Borussia Dortmund arrive for the penultimate day of the group stage, and Barça's last group match as a host.

Nov 29. Barça-CSKA basketball

To close an exciting November, the current Euroleague champion, CSKA, will arrive at the Palau Blaugrana on the day that the Club's 120th anniversary is celebrated. 

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