La Villa del Tineo, in the Asturia region of Narcea, is celebrating on Friday the first FC Barcelona Asturian-Cantabrian Supporters Club meeting. The vice-president responsible for the economic area of FC Barcelona, Susana Monje, will lead the representation of the Club.
Over 160 people have confirmed their attendance for Friday’s gathering, ahead of Barça’s visit to Molinón to take on Sporting, which takes place on Saturday at 4.15pm CET. The events begin at 6.30pm CET with a solidarity activity associated with the tutoring programme promoted by the Red Cross on behalf of children and youth.
From then on, the factory of Pellets Asturias will open its facilities to Barcelona supporters before giving way to a sporting conference where the presence of former FC Barcelona player Ivan Iglesias is expected.
The Tineo Town Hall is opening is supporting in the organisation of this Barca meeting by offering a reception to the club’s official delegation once it is completed with the arrival of Susana Monje. Before that, the director of the Social Commission responsible for the penyes, Dani Sala, will take part in the events that will culminate in a gala dinner at the Casa Lula restaurant.
The appetizer could not take place anywhere else other than the bar El Refugio, home of to the Peña Barcelonista Villa de Tineo which has 70 members.
The president of the Asturias and Cantabria Federation, Matías Álvarez, and the vice-president, Rufino Fernández, will be at the forefront of this first edition of the event.
Joan Casals, the grandfather of Barça, will also be in Tineo along with Ramon Burniol, president of the Bages, Berguedà and Cerdanya Federation, Salvador Cerviño, president of the Galicia Federation and Miguel Ángel Cruz, president of the Extremadura Federation.