FC Barcelona Rolling Stones Collection Released, Incl. Football Kit & Vinyl

In a fusion of music and football, FC Barcelona, in collaboration with Spotify and Rolling Stones, have launched a special collection ahead of El Clásico against Real Madrid.

The creative imagery for the Barcelona x Rolling Stones collection was captured at Electric Lady Studios in NYC, where songs from Hackney Diamonds were recorded, as well as the FC Barcelona facilities in Barcelona. Barcelona were in the USA in July 2023 as part of their pre-season.

FC Barcelona x Spotify x Rolling Stones Limited-Edition Collection

The FC Barcelona x Spotify x Rolling Stones Limited-Edition Collection features a series of football lifestyle-inspired items and Barcelona's kits adorned with the iconic Tongue and Lips logo of the legendary rock band The Rolling Stones, which includes Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood.

What is possibly the most remarkable item is a vinyl of Rolling Stones's brand-new studio album, Hackney Diamonds, with the club's logo and colors.

Barcelona x Rolling Stones Collection - Items

  • 23-24 home kits with Rolling Stones logo (limited to 1,899 shirts)
  • Black and white cotton round-neck shirts in both regular and oversized formats.
  • Cotton hoodies with front pockets.
  • Zip-up bomber jackets.
  • Bucket hats.
  • Scarves featuring "Start Me Up."
  • A retro shirt inspired by the designs worn by Barça in the early 60s, the era when The Rolling Stones were formed.

Juli Guiu, Vice-president of FC Barcelona Marketing Area, expressed his enthusiasm for this unique collaboration, saying, "Music and football, through Spotify and the Stones, will be experiencing an unrepeatable, iconic moment at the upcoming Clásico. Immortalizing this symbiosis in a fashion collection is an idea that our fans most definitely deserve."

Marc Hazan, VP Partnerships at Spotify, added, "It's an honor to feature the legendary Rolling Stones on the legendary FC Barcelona shirt. Only Spotify could bring The Rolling Stones to the global stage of El Clásico – one of the few stages they haven't played!"

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