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Unique outfits to be worn by Barcelona in the El Clásico inspired by Drake
Unique outfits to be worn by Barcelona in the El Clásico inspired by Drake
Unique outfits to be worn by Barcelona in the El Clásico inspired by Drake
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Unique outfits to be worn by Barcelona in the El Clásico inspired by Drake

Barcelona will take on Real Madrid in rather unique outfits in the El Clásico. The chest features a large emblem for the artist Drake. It is the outcome of the partnership with primary sponsor Spotify.

Barcelona and Spotify collaborated in March last year. Up to the middle of 2026, the Swedish music behemoth has committed to the Catalan club. For Barça, it was a significant and profitable transaction. The team even opted to change the name of the iconic stadium to Spotify Camp Nou.

Unique outfits inspired by Drake to celebrate 50 billion views on Spotify

When the sponsorship agreement was finalised, it became apparent that the emblem on the Barça shirt might change. That will happen for the first time next Sunday. The Drake logo, not the Spotify logo, can be seen on the shirt during the El Clásico match in Madrid.

The rapper/singer’s tracks recently received 50 billion views. In doing so Drake is celebrated by Spotify to honour his achievement

In other club news, Clarence Seedorf believes that Barcelona has been guilty of years of pressure on the arbitrators.

The first encounter was debated on Amazon Prime Italia in the days leading up to Barcelona’s second Champions League match against Internazionale. All of the Catalan criticism of the arbitrator of that game in Giuseppe Meazza did not surprise Seedorf.

“They frequently exert pressure on the arbitrator. They frequently huddle up to vent their frustrations to the referee.” The former international, who frequently played for Real Madrid against Barcelona, suggested that Xavi show a little more respect. “It was exactly the same as when I was a player. It is ingrained in their culture. But in the age of VAR, it is no longer effective,” he remarked.

Diego Millito, who has competed in both Spain and Italy, supported Seedorf’s account. “That’s correct. Barcelona regularly protests both on and off the field. Defenders ran forty metres across the field in a dash to confront the referee in protest, as I can recall,” Millito said.

Unique outfits to be worn by Barcelona in the El Clásico inspired by Drake
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