Josep M. Bartomeu en la celebració de la Trobada de Penyes de Barcelonès Est

Organisational record

One of the greatest facets of the supporters movement has continued to be its amazing ability to organise events. This year saw more than ever before, over 800 events, some 400 of which were officially attended by representatives of FC Barcelona, including anniversaries, regional meetings, inaugurations, etc.

Global solidarity rooted in the territory

In 2015, the Penyas once again organised a host of charity initiatives as part of the ‘All Against Child Poverty’ programmer promoted by the Solidarity Council and the Rosa Oriol Foundation.

The Members Solidarity Day was a bigger success than ever, with a record attendance for which the Penyas were largely to thank for their admirable efforts to promote the game. The Copa del Rey round of 32 match at the Camp Nou was watched by 67,703 people, and the Penyas had distributed 10,000 tickets to the more than 200 associations and companies that had helped with the club’s ‘Tant se val d’on venim’ campaign.

But the Penyas also organised their own projects, such as food banks and toy collections for the most needy and plenty of actions in support of the La Marató charity extravaganza on Catalan TV3.

The Federations also organised different events, such a Football Tournament for clubs in the Barcelona region, the 2015 edition of which was used to raise funds for Duchene muscular dystrophy.