However, those who delight in watching the likes of Messi, Ineista and Xavi may have to settle for delayed coverage of some of their matches later this season.
That is because, according to AS, Barcelona have agreed to play several of their matches in the coming months at 4pm on a Saturday to help increase viewing figures in Asia.
With an eye on Asia, the Liga wants more games on Saturday at 4pm. Barcelona will play several games at that time in coming months. [as md]
— barcastuff (@barcastuff) October 1, 2013
That would equate to Prime Time in key Asian markets but also would mean 3pm kick-offs in Britain.
Due to television blackout rules, matches at that time cannot be broadcast live on British television to protect attendances at games around the country.
British Liga fans experienced this first hand last March when the Clasico between Barca and Real Madrid was moved to 4pm on Saturday due to Champions League commitments, meaning it could not be shown on British television.
In the summer, Spanish TV bosses talked about their desire to show more matches at times that appealed to the Asian market.
"The Asian market is amongst our most important targets. La Liga plays a major part and in this region, but has had problems developing its presence," said Jaume Roures, the president of leading rights holder MediaPro.
"They don’t have particularly strong local teams in Asia when it comes to viewing figures. Their point of reference is the teams of the Premier League. We’re hoping to change this one step at a time and playing matches from midday forms part of a plan of action on the part of La Liga and its clubs.
"I would really like it if El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid could be played at midday. It should be something that becomes more commonplace. Given the difficulty of making our presence felt in Asia, playing such matches between midday and 4pm would be the best time."
Barcelona's commitment to the Asian market was illustrated in pre-season when they played friendly matches in Thailand and Malaysia.
The club's main sponsor - Qatar Airways – are also Asian.