Apart from nominating Oscar Grau as the Club's new CEO, The FC Barcelona Board of Directors, which met on Monday in an ordinary session at Camp Nou, dealt with a number of issues related to the Club. The main decision made was regarding the date of the next Ordinary Members' Assembly, while the Board also dealt with the renewal of the EDUVIC contract and discussed the satisfaction generated by the immensely successful opening of the New York office.
The Board decided to schedule the next Ordinary Members' Assembly for Saturday, 29 October, coinciding with the match to be played against Granada CF at Camp Nou.
The Board agreed to renew the contract for the La Masia 360 educators with EDUVIC, the cooperative that complements La Masia's team of professionals on educational tasks and resident accompaniment.
The Board also expressed its immense satisfaction following the wonderful reception and great impact generated by the opening of the Club's office in New York City.
Specifically, the Board thanked all the organisations, companies and individuals who participated in the planned events, which had a great worldwide impact in the media, some which brought the story to millions of people. In addition, the illumination of the Empire State Building in the Club's emblematic Blaugrana colours is now an iconic image and forms part of the Club's history. The historic event was linked to its strong global commitment to the most vulnerable children in the world, and honoured the tenth anniversary of the FCB Foundation's alliance with UNICEF.