Enric Reyna Martínez became president of FC Barcelona on February 12, 2003, after Joan Gaspart had publicly announced that he was resigning from the position.
In compliance with Club Regulations, Enric Reyna became caretaker president of the club until an extraordinary general assembly was held on May 5, 2003. Then, following the simultaneous resignation of the entire Enric Reyna board, the baton was passed on to a Managing Commission, presided by Joan Trayter, who took control over the club until elections were held on June 15.
A property promoter by trade and a club member since September 15, 1965, Reyna had been a board member since the year 2000, during the Joan Gaspart presidency, and vice president from December 2002, before becoming the 37th president in the history of the club. During the almost three months he spent at the helm of FC Barcelona, the club won three major honours: the basketball and roller hockey teams won their respective Spanish Cups, and the handball team collected the EHF Cup.