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Josep Maria Bartomeu Floreta[1] (born 6 February 1963) is a Spanish entrepreneur and the current president of FC Barcelona. He started in the latter role in 2014, following the resignation of Sandro Rosell.

Josep Maria Bartomeu
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Bartomeu in 2015
40th President of FC Barcelona
Assumed office
23 January 2014
Preceded bySandro Rosell
Personal details
Josep Maria Bartomeu Floreta

(1963-02-06) 6 February 1963 (age 56)
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Spouse(s)Marta Frías Bartomeu
Children2 children
Alma materESADE

Partner and CEO of the companies ADELTE and EFS, Bartomeu served on the board of FC Barcelona during Joan Laporta's presidency (as head of the basketball section) along with Sandro Rosell, who resigned due to differences with the then president. He then served as Rosell's vice-president of Barcelona from July 2010 to January 2014 after they won the election with 61.35% of the vote of the members of the club. Following the resignation of Sandro Rosell on 23 January 2014, due to the so-called "Neymar case," Bartomeu was, following the club's constitution, elected, as the fortieth President of Barcelona, to complete Rosell's term. Bartomeu is being investigated in a case of alleged tax fraud over the signing of striker Neymar along with former president Sandro Rosell. He is set to stand trial after his appeal was rejected.[2][3]


Trophies won by club during presidencyEdit


FC Barcelona:

FC Barcelona Femení:


FC Barcelona Futsal:

Beach soccerEdit

FC Barcelona Beach Soccer:


FC Barcelona Basketball:


FC Barcelona Handbol:

Roller HockeyEdit

FC Barcelona Roller Hockey:

Ice HockeyEdit

FC Barcelona Ice Hockey:

  • Spanish ice hockey cups: (1):
    • 2014–15


  1. ^ "Así es Josep Maria Bartomeu".
  2. ^ Press, Associated (3 February 2015). "Court agrees to Spain prosecutor's request to investigate Barcelona president". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 8 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu faces trial over Neymar deal". Retrieved 8 August 2017.

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Preceded by
Sandro Rosell
President of Barcelona
Succeeded by