Barcelona should hold a contest that is giving away a lifetime supply of the Spanish club's jerseys to some fans. This was announced at the launch of the home kit for the 2022/23 season, with Ansu Fati as testimonial. The Barcelona initiative concerns all the fans who will purchase the jersey for the next season in the Barça Store or in all the official e-commerce points of sale between 3 and 30 June 2022.
Barcelona have not specified how many potential winners will be but the estimate is one winner for every 10 thousand shirts sold.
Whoever buys the uniforms will participate in a raffle that offers this amazing prize up for grabs.
A few days ago, Barcelona had launched another initiative, valid until 11 June, which allows you to rent the Camp Nou for matches between friends at a figure of 300 euros per person for an hour of match. The payment also includes the use of the changing rooms and the presence of professional referees and medical assistance.
Barcelona's wins over the years
Barcelona soccer club plays in the Primera División, the top flight of the Spanish football league, since the first edition of the tournament (1928-1929 season) and has won 26 championships, 31 Spanish Cups, 2 La Liga Cups, 13 Spanish Super Cups and 3 Coppe de Oro Argentina / Eva Duarte for a total of 75 official trophies; internationally it boasts 5 European Cups / Champions League, 4 Cup Winners' Cups, 5 UEFA Super Cups, 3 World Club Cups and 3 Fairs Cups.
It is among the seven teams in Europe that managed to hit the treble, that is the victory in the league, in the National Cup and in the Champions League in the same season, and the first to have repeated the feat (2009 and 2015).
Furthermore in 2009, by also winning the Spanish Super Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup, it became the first club to be awarded the sixtuple (matched by Bayern Munich in the 2020-2021 season), triumphing in each of the six official competitions played during the calendar year.
The club is a founding member of the ECA, an association born from the dissolution of the G-14 to protect the interests of clubs and players. otect the interests of clubs and players.