Good news for all those supporters of Barcelona FC who are planning to use public transport to go to Camp Nou this Sunday for the match against Real Madrid (kickoff at 10pm).
The club and TMB (Metropolitan Transportation of Barcelona) have reached an agreement to extend the metro's timetable to 1am. Thus, fans will be able to see the first leg of the Supercopa, the Spanish Super Cup, the first title of the season for Barcelona, pressure-free.
The agreement has been reached between the two parties, like on previous occasions, to avoid the majority of the fans being left with a problem once the referee blows the final whistle.
A large turnout at Camp Nou is predicted, because of the opposing team and because of the scheduling. Many tourists will take advantage of the opportunity to see one of the matches with the greatest worldwide impact live.