Barcelona and Real Madrid face a new threat of disruption at the season’s first Clasico after pro-Catalan independence activists target the Nou Camp for match-day protests.
Barcelona’s clash with Real Madrid on December 18 could be thrown into chaos by pro-Catalan independence protestors.
A group called ‘Tsunami Democratic’ have more than 18,000 supporters and have called for them to meet in four different locations close to the Nou Camp before El
They plan on gathering four hours before kick-off, which is at 7pm GMT, and have issued a rallying cry on social media.
Many of the supporters also have tickets for the game, meaning there could be increased tension in the stadium.
Originally, the first Clasico of the season was supposed to have been played on October 26 but it was postponed due to security issues in Catalonia.
In the autumn, nine Catalan separatist leaders were jailed and Tsunami Democratic flooded the city’s El Prat airport with protesters, costing millions as it was brought to a halt.
El Clasico is watched by millions of fans all over the world and those protesting inside and outside the stadium could have their pro-Catalan independence message
beamed to the masses.