The Catalan government has announced that 100% crowds will be allowed at sporting events in the region starting with Friday, October 15.
This means that Barcelona will be able to play in front of a full crowd for the first time since March 2020.
This is particularly good news for Blaugrana as they are set to play their next three games at Camp Nou. Those matches will be against Valencia (October 17), Dynamo Kyiv (October 20) and Real Madrid (October 24).
Interestingly, the Spanish government allowed full crowds starting with October 1 but the local Catalan government decided to keep the old regulations of 60% crowds for another two weeks.