The money raised from the sell is to be used to support the fight against covid-19 pandemic around the world.
Clearly the air, former vice president of FC Barcelona, Jordi Cardoner said;
“We are very happy to be able to drive forward this initiative that offers something as emblematic as the name of our stadium, so that institutions, organisations, businesses who wise may associate themselves with it and as such, contribute to the fight against COVID-19, given that their investment will used to finance research projects on the illness and projects that are working to eradicate or lessen its effects.
Right now, we can quantify the effects of this health crisis but what we do know is that it will require all our resources to defeat it and for that reason it is so important that we all together make a solid, firm commitment.
The stadium, which opened in 1957, will maintain the name ‘Nou Camp’ in addition to including the sponsor, the club said. The decision over the new sponsor will have to be approved by a general assembly of club members.”