After the break, Barcelona should wait until their subsequent game to play at home, with Leganes coming to Camp Nou on June 16 and the Catalan club launching an initiative behind their supporters. While the game will be played behind closed doors, the Blaugrana have welcomed their supporters to sign the famous psalm of the club.
Barcelona will play the pre-recorded and altered clasp before the match against the Madrid-based side with the assistance of the giant video screens. Barcelona will have five additional matches to play on home soil, with those coming against Leganes, Athletic Club, Atletico Madrid, Espanyol, and Osasuna.
While the game will be played behind closed doors, the Blaugrana has been encouraging their fans to sign the club ‘s famous psalm to record themselves says Marca.
The club anthem is played on the stadium loudspeaker framework by tradition at the Camp Nou, and all the fans sing together without a moment’s delay. The tune was made as part out of the 75th Anniversary Celebrations in Barcelona in 1974. The verses are composed of Jaume Picas and Josep M. Espinàs and are set to Manuel Valls Gorina ‘s music.
On November 27, 1974, as part of the celebration of the Club’s 75th Anniversary, ‘Cant del Barça’ was seriously sung just because by Oriol Martorell’s 3,500 voices.
The song helps us to remember the club’s open and integrative character: “Quit worrying about where we originate from, South or North, … a flag unites us.”