Fútbol Club Barcelona has announced the opening of a store in the heart of Madrid for noon this Thursday. The place has opened its doors at Calle Arenal number 9.
The opening, which was intuited by the banner that the club had placed on a scaffolding in the Spanish capital in which the provocative message "Raúl is culer" appears, took place at 12:00 this Thursday.
"The Barça Store in Madrid is now open," Juli Guiu, vice-president of the club's Marketing Department, announced as he cut a Barça ribbon, together with Luis García, a former first-team player.
The inauguration takes place one day after it became known that FC Barcelona will not attend the Extraordinary General Assembly next week that LaLiga called on Friday, November 25, to which everyone has been summoned "urgently" the clubs and which will be held in Dubai (United Arab Emirates). In addition, Real Madrid will not attend the meeting either.
As reported by the Catalan club in a statement, in said assembly "it is proposed to discuss very relevant issues, related to the modification of the Statutes and the General Regulations of LaLiga that require a greater prior debate and a more extensive and participatory analysis, which facilitates the maximum consensus that a reform of this magnitude deserves".