With some changes in team squad & new manager, Barcelona are ready for the new season of La Liga. All Fixtures of La-Liga 2014–15 are announced. But before starting the domestic league, Barca are scheduled to be played some friendly games. Nice vs Barcelona is one of those friendly match which will be played on 2nd of August. Allianz Rivera will host this upcoming match between these 2 teams. Have a look on match preview, time & TV telecast channels of this friendly match of pre season 2014.
Nice vs Barcelona 2014 Friendly Match Time & Telecast
|Competition||Pre season friendly match|
|Date||02 August [GMT & IST]|
|Time||5:00 pm [GMT], 10:30 pm [IST]|
|Stadium||Allianz Riviera, [France]|
|Audience capacity||35,624 spectators|
|Telecast channels||La Sexta, Supersport Maximo|
You can watch this match on TV telecast & broadcast channels La Sexta, Sport TV2, Supersport Maximo, Supersport 6 Africa, Supersport HD1 Africa. List of broadcast channels in other nation is given below.
Spain: La Sexta
Portugal: Sport TV2
Hungary: Digi Sport 2
Cameroon: Supersport 6 Africa, Supersport HD1 Africa.
Nice vs Barcelona 2014 Preview
The Allianz Riviera looks alike in terms of design and name of Bayern Munich home stadium Allianz Arena. It will organize second international match on 2nd of August. The first ever match on this ground was played on 1st of June between France & Paraguay.
Luis Henrique’s squad won first match of pre season against Recreativo Huelva by a single goal difference. It was a Colombino trophy head to head which was played on 19th of July. Joan Roman scored the winning goal for Blaugrana in 66th minute of second half.
After this game, their next meeting will be against Napoli on 6 of Aug. Right now there are no confirmations about the appearance of Ivan Rakitic for this game. However, he might be available for few minutes in second half as a substitute.
Barca’s first rival in domestic league La Liga are Elche. Their recent signing in the form of Luis Suarez could make first appearance against Real Madrid as his ban will end on 26th October.