Neymar Jr and Rafinha celebrate a goal with Barça. | MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

The FC Barcelona director responsible for the first team, Javier Bordas, and director of the football club area, Raúl Sanllehí, will be in attendance at the Maracana stadium to watch the football final in which Neymar Jr and Rafinha are set to compete in.

Barça have 22 representatives at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and ten of those 10 athletes are in with a chance of claiming medals.

Women’s footballer Andressa Alves has a chance of winning the bronze medal with Brazil against Canada on Friday evening.

Juan Carlos Navarro and Víctor Claver will play tonight in the Olympic basketball semi-final against the United States.

In handball, Cedric Sorhaindo and Timothy N’Guessan, play today for France in the semi-final against Germany.

In the second semi-final, the Danish national team, featuring Barça players Jesper Noddesbo and Lasse Andersson, face a Poland side with another blaugrana, Kamil Syprzak.

In the Paralympics, Barça’s Xavi Porras is set to participate in the long jump.

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