Adriano playing against Màlaga. PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB.

Coinciding with the Barça-Málaga game this Wednesday, the FC Barcelona Foundation will promote the fight against youth unemployment at the Camp Nou. A couple of week ago the Foundation and Cáritas agreed to collaborate on the issue, and because of it 50 unemployed youths will start professional training at FC Barcelona.

The objective of the initiative is to raise awareness for this social problem. The Camp Nou ‘speaker,’ Manel Vich, will introduce the Club’s endeavor before the match and will be followed by a video produced by Cáritas which will play on the stadiums video screens.

The Foundation has also invited the 50 youths that are receiving professional training at the Club to watch the match live. The cardinal archbishop of Barcelona, Lluís Martínez Sistach, the episcopal delegate of Cáritas, Salvador Bacardit, and Cáritas director, Jordi Roglà, will watch the match from the Camp Nou’s presidential box.

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