A participatory session for Espai Barça was held by the Club at the Auditori 1899 this evening. Both the vice president for the Institutional Area, Elena Fort, and Espai Barça operations director, Joan Sentelles, were in attendance to provide detailed information on the project's latest developments to the members at the event and those following it online via the Club website.
Prior to going into detail about the Spotify Camp Nou works, there was a positive assessment of the initial months at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, where the Club carried out a number of works to bring it into line with the requirements of LaLiga and the European competitions in which the Club is playing.
When it comes to the Spotify Camp Nou works, Elena Fort and Joan Sentelles provided details on the status of the works, about what has been done during these initial months of demolitions, and the main focus was on everything that will take place in the immediate future and up to November 2024, when the return to the Stadium is scheduled. New images of the works for this landmark and essential project for the Club's future were also shown.
Lastly, the schedule for Espai Barça was presented, including the deadlines for the Spotify Camp Nou, and the project for the new Palau Blaugrana and the different urbanisation projects and the Campus that are under way.
Another point that was emphasised during the session regarded updating the census. The deadline for FC Barcelona members to update the census in 2023 is less than two weeks away. Updating member data is essential for creating each person's digital profile, something that would improve the Club's management in the context of the future Espai Barça. It will also be a security measure that will ensure service quality.