the Champions League opening

In order to prepare for a hard match against Betis, a team known for pushing them to their limits, Barcelona finds itself in need of preparation for the Champions League opening. These two teams have a history of producing exciting games, guaranteeing a great show for football fans. We cordially invite you to watch with us and talk about everything that happens.



Experience the Buzz at the Montjuic Olympic Stadium in Barcelona.

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A highly anticipated La Liga match between the home team and Real Betis is set to take place at Barcelona’s temporary home in the heart of Catalonia. This game marks the beginning of a crucial month for Barça and sets the stage for a difficult matchup with Manuel Pellegrini’s powerful Betis squad.

Barcelona is in need of preparation for a hard match against Betis, a team known for pushing them to their limits, since the Champions League start is only around the corner. Football fans should expect an exciting spectacle as these two sides have a history of producing exciting games. We cordially invite you to see and discuss all the action with us.

(Kindly note: The comments area will be opened with the announcement of team news. We want to provide a seamless experience for everyone. Our dedicated commenters tend to get pretty active.)

Lineups: Barcelona

Ter Stegen; Cancelo, Kounde, Christensen, Balde; Gavi, Romeu, De Jong; Ferran, Lewandowski, Félix (4-3-3) are the players in the starting lineup.
Pea (GK), Astralaga (GK), Iigo, Alonso, Roberto, Casadó, Unai H., Gündogan, Raphinha, and Yamal are the replacements.

Altimira, Roca, Henrique, Isco, Ayoze, and José make up the starting XI for the game (4-2-3-1).
Veites (GK), Guilherme (GK), Pezzella, Busto, Abner, Guido, Enrique, Rodri, Assane, Cruz, Ez Abde, and Iglesias are the replacements.

2023–24 Competition/Round La Liga, Round 5
Date/Time: September 16, 2023, 9:00 p.m. CET (Barcelona);

Sunday, 12.30 am IST in India, 8 pm BST/WAT (UK & Nigeria), 3 pm ET, 12 pm PT (USA), and
Location: Montjuc Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
José Mara Sánchez Martnez, referee
Santiago Jaime Latre, VAR


On television, you can find Not Available (Canada), Sports18 (India), Viaplay Sports 1 (UK), ESPN Deportes (USA), SuperSport (Nigeria), and Movistar La Liga (Spain).
Online are Movistar+ (Spain), ESPN+ (USA), LaLigaTV (UK), and others
Rules for Matchday Thread
While maintaining a casual atmosphere, we kindly ask that you follow the following rules when taking part in our matchday threads:

Even if the results of a match or a referee decision don’t meet our expectations, let’s keep our language polite. When it’s not essential, refrain from using profanity.

Please don’t discuss or provide links to unlawful streaming services. Warnings will be given to anyone who take part in these actions, and those who share links will immediately be banned.
Finally, let’s promote a welcoming environment. There is no place for offense or hatred here because we are all members of the Barcelona community.
Let’s enjoy this match and show Barça our undying support! No matter the rivalry, it’s “VISCA EL BARA!”


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