FC Barcelona title celebrations has a Ney-mazing surprise

FC Barcelona has once again been crowned La Liga champions after their victory over cross-city rivals Espanyol. The Blaugrana clinched the title with four games remaining. It was a moment of jubilation for the players, staff, and fans alike. However, the celebrations did not end on the field. Barcelona players and coaching staff hit the town on Sunday night to celebrate their latest triumph.

FC Barcelona Celebrates Title Triumph

The first news to leak out about their celebrations was that Neymar Junior, the Paris Saint-Germain footballer, was present as an invited guest at the nightclub where Barcelona was partying. The Brazilian star is currently recovering from surgery and is not part of PSG’s training. But the Parisian was invited to join the Barcelona squad for the cup celebrations. Of the Barcelona squad still present from when Neymar left, Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, and Sergi Roberto remain.

The presence of Neymar at the Barcelona celebrations has sparked rumors of a possible return to the club. PSG and Neymar are reportedly looking to go their separate ways this summer. FC Barcelona is one of the few clubs that the Brazilian star would be interested in joining. However, there is no indication that the club has any interest in bringing him back.


Meanwhile, the Barcelona players and coaching staff hit a nightclub to continue their celebrations after returning to their training facilities from the RCDE Stadium. On the other hand, Xavi Hernandez and his coaching staff met the board of directors at a restaurant. Presumably, the latter celebration was less wild. Although President Joan Laporta was likely involved, he is notorious for being the life of the party.

Barcelona will be taking on Real Sociedad next at Camp Nou. FC Barcelona are due for a street parade this evening around 18:00 CEST. The celebrations are set to continue as the club and fans rejoice in their latest triumph. Xavi Hernandez will no doubt allow his players a few days off again before coming in for work against La Real.


Barcelona’s latest triumph has come after a season of ups and downs. The Blaugrana have been consistent throughout the season. But there are questions around their ability to compete at the highest level(UCL). However, they managed to pull it off when it mattered, and they have shown that they are still a force to be reckoned with.

Barcelona’s latest triumph is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the players, coaching staff, and everyone involved with the club. The celebrations may be wild, but they are well deserved, and the fans will be looking forward to seeing their team continue to dominate in the coming years.