Antoni Oliver was a Catalan businessman, who was president of FC Barcelona for just two months in 1931.
He first joined the FC Barcelona board in 1918 during one of Joan Gamper's presidencies and continued under successor Ricard Graells until 1920.
In June 1931, with Gaspar Rosés as president, Oliver rejoined the board as vice president.
When Rosés resigned, Oliver was elected his successor at a members assembly held on October 22nd 1931.
However, due to club's difficult financial situation, he only remained in office for less than two months until December 20th.
Despite the brevity of his term of office, the club managed to win the Campionat de Catalunya during his presidency.
Oliver continued on the board as vice president under his successor Joan Coma until 1932.