The club have agreed to wear commemorative shirts in tribute to victims of attacks in a bid to share thier condolences in yesterday’s attack.
Barcelona will wear special commemorative shirts in Sunday’s La Liga match against Real Betis in tribute to the victims of Thursday’s attacks in the Catalan city.
The club has announced it will use the space traditionally reserved for player names to display the world ‘Barcelona’ to commemorate those who lost their lives.
Not more than thirteen people died leaving 100 injured when a van drove into pedestrians on the crowded Las Ramblas street, an incident that local police are treating as an act of terrorism.
Five terror suspects were later killed in a police operation in Cambrils, a resort town roughly 100 kilometres from Barcelona, in a second vehicle attack in which one woman died.