Jakob was accompanied by a photographer for a little trip to Barcelona, where Lionel Messi was the centre of attention. The two Unisport boys had been invited to the launch of the new, exclusive Adidas F50 Adizero Messi, which he will be the only player using. Jakob managed to visit both the Camp Nou and the Messi-museum, before he headed for the Messi press-conference, where the man of the moment also attended.
For football lovers Barcelona is definitely one of the best cities to visit in the world, with massive football attractions like the infamous Camp Nou, as well as, the awesome museum, dedicated to the currently best footballer in the world, Lionel Messi. All of these were also stops on Jakobs tour around the Catalonian capital and how it went, you can find out in the video down below.
The trip started at Lionel Messi's home ground Camp Nou, where he had a chance to soak in some of the many, impressive memories, which the magnificent stadium holds. Many of histories biggest stars have all played on the wonderfully green grass, but arguably the star above them all is Lionel Messi, who is the only player to ever win the Ballon d'Or four times in a row.
Lionel Messi's four Ballon d'Or were also the first thing on display, when Jakob entered his second stop on his Barcelona trip, which was the exclusive Messi museum. On top of that you could also have a close look at the boots that have created history, as all of Messi's Adidas F50 Adizero boots had been lined up, for all to see and even touch.
Before Jakob and his photographer headed on home, they had the grand finale to attend to, which was the big press-conference with Messi himself. Here they got the chance to ask him a question, which was quite an awe inspiring experience, even though Jakob didn't get quite the answer he had expected.
Jakob: What do you value in a football boot; comfort or low weight?
Messi: The most important thing for me is that I feel good and have lots of confidence, when I wake up in the morning. That I can trust my teammates and be comfortable while playing.
It was a very eventful trip to Barcelona, which was jam packed full of awesome experiences for football interested. Have you ever been to Barcelona? What would you do if you were there? And what would you have asked Messi if you had been there? Share you comments in the box down below.