The tragedy involving Brazilian club, Chapecoense have struck almost every part of football (soccer) world as it’s a very sad story which attracted attention from all part of the world from England based media, Italy journalist, Spanish reporters, Asian press and possibly even South African soccer news.
Keen on helping out the unfortunate club to get themselves going again, many football teams are working ways to aid them, including Spanish giant, Barcelona, which are planning to play a friendly with Chapecoense.
Confirmed by the Catalan club’s official site, Barca stated that they are working out a way in getting the Brazil outfit to play a friendly in the Spanish side’s annual Gamper Trophy next year.
Barcelona are also planning to further help their counterpart with every possible means that can enhance ACF’s recovery process both institutional and also sporting reconstruction.
Furthermore, in their official statement, Luis Enrique’s side stated that they’re aiming to pay homage towards those 71 people who passed away in that plane crash along with their family.
Barca also added that they already sent a formal letter to invite Chapecoense for that friendly, but the Spanish La Liga defending champion haven’t set any date as just yet.
However, normally, Joan Gamper Trophy is scheduled in around mid-august, so should no different planning being made, the dates might just be somewhere at that month.