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Lionel Messi, pictured here in 2010, is Barcelona's all-time top-scorer with 382 goals.[1]

Futbol Club Barcelona (Catalan pronunciation: [fubˈbɔɫ ˈkɫub bərsəˈɫonə] ( )), also known as Barcelona and familiarly as Barça,[2] is a professional football club, based in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

Founded in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English and Catalan footballers led by Joan Gamper, the club has become a symbol of Catalan culture and Catalanism, hence the motto "Més que un club" (More than a club). The official Barça anthem is the "Cant del Barça" written by Jaume Picas and Josep Maria Espinàs.[3] Unlike many other football clubs, the supporters own and operate Barcelona. It is the world's second richest football club in terms of revenue, with an annual turnover of €495 million in 2011–12 season.[4] The club holds a long-standing rivalry with Real Madrid, and matches between the two teams are referred to as "El Clásico".

The club played its first friendly match on 8 December 1899. Initially, Barcelona played against other local clubs in various Catalan tournaments. In 1929, the club became one of the founding members of La Liga, Spain's first truly national league.

Barcelona has amassed various records since the foundation. Regionally, domestically, and continentally, they have set several records in winning various official and unofficial competitions. Since they began playing in regional competitions to the end of the Catalan championship in 1940, they won a record 23 titles from a possible 38.

Barcelona is the only European club to have played continental football every season since 1955, and one of the only three clubs to have never been relegated from La Liga, along with Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid. In 2009, Barcelona became the first club in Spain to win the treble consisting of La Liga, Copa del Rey, and the Champions League.

The club has signed several high-profile players, paying large transfer fees for some of the most decorated players. The club paid a record £5 million for Diego Maradona in 1982 and sold him two years later for another record £7 million to Napoli. The club's players have received a record seven FIFA World Player awards and a record 10 Ballon d'Or/FIFA Ballon d'Or awards.

Honours[edit]

FC Barcelona won their first trophy in 1902 when they won the Copa Macaya, which was the predecessor to the Catalan Championship. The club won the Catalan Championship a record 23 times during the 40-year span of the tournament.[5]

When national league was established in 1929, the importance of the regional league declined, and it was abandoned in 1940. From then on, Barcelona did not participate in regional competitions until the establishment of the Copa Catalunya in 1993, a cup they have won a record eight times. Barcelona has participated every year and won eight times.[5]

They are the current La Liga champions and the most successful club in Spain, having won a total of 64 domestic titles: 22 La Liga, a record 26 Copa del Rey, a record 11 Supercopa de España, a record 3 Copa Eva Duarte[6] and a record two Copa de la Liga.

The club is also one of the most successful clubs in international club football, having won 17 official trophies in total, 12 of which are UEFA competitions including a record 3 Inter-Cities Fairs Cups considered the predecessor of the UEFA Europa League.[7] They have won four UEFA Champions League, a record four UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, four UEFA Super Cup, a record three Inter-Cities Fairs Cup [8] and a record two FIFA Club World Cup trophies.[9]

Figures in bold indicate Barcelona's score in a two-legged final.

Regional titles[edit]

  • Winners (23) (record):
  • Copa Macaya (1): 1902.
  • Copa Barcelona (1): 1903.
  • Campionat de Catalunya (21): 1904–05, 1908–09, 1909–10, 1910–11, 1912–13, 1915–16, 1918–19, 1919–20, 1920–21, 1921–22, 1923–24, 1924–25, 1925–26, 1926–27, 1927–28, 1929–30, 1930–31, 1931–32, 1933–34, 1935–36, 1937–38.
  • Runners up (5):
  • Copa Macaya (1): 1901.
  • Campionat de Catalunya (4) : 1907–08, 1911–12, 1932–33, 1936–37.
  • Winners (1) (record): 1937–38.
  • Winners (8) (record): 1991, 1993, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2013, 2014.
  • Runners up (9): 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011.

National titles[edit]

  • Winners (26) (record):
1909–10 3–2 vs. Club Español de Madrid
1911–12 2–0 vs. Gimnástica Madrid
1912–13 2–1 vs. Real Sociedad
1919–20 2–0 vs. Athletic Bilbao
1921–22 5–1 vs. Real Unión
1924–25 2–0 vs. Getxo
1925–26 3–2 vs. Atlético Madrid
1927–28 3–1 vs. Real Sociedad
1941–42 4–3 vs. Athletic Bilbao
1950–51 3–0 vs. Real Sociedad
1951–52 4–2 vs. Valencia
1952–53 2–1 vs. Atlético Bilbao
1956–57 1–0 vs. Espanyol
1958–59 4–1 vs. Granada
1962–63 3–1 vs. Real Zaragoza
1967–68 1–0 vs. Real Madrid
1970–71 4–3 vs. Valencia
1977–78 3–1 vs. Las Palmas
1980–81 3–1 vs. Sporting de Gijón
1982–83 2–1 vs. Real Madrid
1987–88 1–0 vs. Real Sociedad
1989–90 2–0 vs. Real Madrid
1996–97 3–2 vs. Betis
1997–98 1–1 vs. Mallorca (5–4 pen.)
2008–09 4–1 vs. Athletic Bilbao
2011–12 3–0 vs. Athletic Bilbao
  • Runners up (11):
1901–02 1–2 vs. Athletic Bilbao
1918–19 2–5 vs. Getxo
1931–32 0–1 vs. Athletic Bilbao
1935–36 1-2 vs. Real Madrid
1953–54 0–3 vs. Valencia
1973–74 0–4 vs. Real Madrid
1983–84 0–1 vs. Athletic Bilbao
1985–86 0–1 vs. Real Zaragoza
1995–96 0–1 vs. Atlético Madrid
2010–11 0–1 vs. Real Madrid
2013–14 1–2 vs. Real Madrid
  • Winners (2) (record):
1982–83 4–3 (2–2 / 2–1) vs. Real Madrid
1985–86 2–1 (1–0 / 2–0) vs. Real Betis
  • Winners (11) (record):
1983 4–1 (3–1 / 0–1) vs. Athletic Bilbao
1991 2–1 (0–1 / 1–1) vs. Atlético Madrid
1992 5–2 (3–1 / 1–2) vs. Atlético Madrid
1994 6–5 (0–2 / 4–5) vs. Real Zaragoza
1996 6–5 (5–2 / 3–1) vs. Atlético Madrid
2005 4–2 (0–3 / 1–2) vs. Real Betis
2006 4–0 (0–1 / 3–0) vs. Espanyol
2009 5–1 (1–2 / 3–0) vs. Athletic Bilbao
2010 5–3 (3–1 / 4–0) vs. Sevilla
2011 5–4 (2–2 / 3–2) vs. Real Madrid
2013 1–1 (1–1 / 0–0) vs. Atlético Madrid
  • Runners up (8):
1985 2–3 (3–1 / 0–1) vs. Atlético Madrid
1988 2–3 (2–0 / 2–1) vs. Real Madrid
1990 1–5 (0–1 / 4–1) vs. Real Madrid
1993 2–4 (3–1 / 1–1) vs. Real Madrid
1997 3–5 (2–1 / 4–1) vs. Real Madrid
1998 1–3 (2–1 / 0–1) vs. Mallorca
1999 3–5 (1–0 / 3–3) vs. Valencia
2012 4–4 (3–2 / 2–1) vs. Real Madrid
  • Winners (3) (record):
1948 1–0 vs. Sevilla
1952 Was given without a play–off match as Barcelona won both the Spanish Cup and La Liga
1953 Was given without a play–off match as Barcelona won both the Spanish Cup and La Liga
  • Runners up (2):
1949 4–7 vs. Valencia
1951 0–2 vs. Atlético Madrid
  • Winners (1) (record):
1945 5–4 vs. Athletic Bilbao

European titles[edit]

The Pyrenees Cup
  • Winners (4):
1991–92 1–0 vs. Sampdoria
2005–06 2–1 vs. Arsenal
2008–09 2–0 vs. Manchester United
2010–11 3–1 vs. Manchester United
  • Runners up (3):
1960–61 2–3 vs. Benfica
1985–86 0–0 vs. Steaua Bucureşti (0–2 on penalties)
1993–94 0–4 vs. Milan
  • Winners (4) (record):
1978–79 4–3 vs. Fortuna Düsseldorf
1981–82 2–1 vs. Standard Liège
1988–89 2–0 vs. Sampdoria
1996–97 1–0 vs. Paris Saint-Germain
  • Runners up (2):
1968–69 2–3 vs. Slovan Bratislava
1990–91 1–2 vs. Manchester United
  • Winners (3) (record):
1955–58 8–2 (2–2 / 6–0) vs. London XI
1958–60 4–1 (0–0 / 4–1) vs. Birmingham City
1965–66 4–3 (0–1 / 2–4) vs. Real Zaragoza
  • Runners up (1):
1961–62 3-7 (6-2 / 1-1) vs. Valencia
1971 (2–1) vs. Leeds United
  • Winners (4):
1992 3–2 (1–1 / 2–1) vs. Werder Bremen
1997 3–1 (2–0 / 1–1) vs. Borussia Dortmund
2009 1–0 vs. Shakhtar Donetsk
2011 2–0 vs. FC Porto
  • Runners up (4):
1979 1–2 (1–0 / 1–1) vs. Nottingham Forest
1982 1–3 (1–0 / 3–0) vs. Aston Villa
1989 1–2 (1–1 / 1–0) vs. Milan
2006 0–3 vs. Sevilla
  • Winners (4): (record):
1910 2–1 vs. Real Sociedad
1911 4–0 vs. Gars Bordeaux FC
1912 5–3 vs. Stade Bordelais Université Club
1913 7–3 vs. Comète simotes Bordeaux
  • Winners (2):
1949 2–1 vs. Sporting CP
1952 1–0 vs. Nice

Worldwide titles[edit]

  • Winners (2):
2009 2–1 vs. Estudiantes
2011 4–0 vs. Santos
  • Runners up (2):
1992 1–2 vs. São Paulo
2006 0–1 vs. Internacional
  • Winners (1):
1957.

Doubles and trebles[edit]

  • La Liga and Copa del Rey doubles : (5)
1951–52, 1952–53, 1958–59, 1997–98 and 2008–09 (as part of treble)
  • La Liga and European Cup doubles: (4)
1991–92, 2005–06, 2008–09 (as part of treble) and 2010–11
  • Copa del Rey and UEFA Cup Winner's Cup: (1)
1996-1997
  • La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League: (1)
2008–09

Unofficial titles[edit]

1937

(Barça is considering application to the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) to make this equivalent to a La Liga title, after learning that the RFEF considered to recognize Levante FC's Copa de la España Libre of the same year as equivalent to Copa del Rey. The RFEF later denied Levante their request.).[26][27]

Players[edit]

Most appearances[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Position Years League Cup Europe Others Total Frien
1  Spain Hernández, XaviXavi Hernández MF 1998– 474 67 160 22 723 833
2  Spain Puyol, CarlesCarles Puyol DF 1999–2014 392 58 129 14 593 724
3  Spain Migueli DF 1973–1989 391 60 85 13 549 664
4  Spain Valdés, VíctorVíctor Valdés GK 2002-2014 387 12 115 21 535 639
5  Spain Iniesta, AndrésAndrés Iniesta MF 2002– 337 52 100 18 507
6  Spain Rexach, CarlesCarles Rexach FW 1965–1981 328 58 63 0 449 656
7  Argentina Messi, LionelLionel Messi FW 2004– 277 44 89 15 425 464
8  Spain Amor, GuillermoGuillermo Amor MF 1988–1998 311 35 60 15 421 550
9  Spain Zubizarreta, AndoniAndoni Zubizarreta GK 1986–1994 301 32 68 9 410
10  Spain Segarra, JoanJoan Segarra DF 1949–1964 299 69 34 0 402 528

Goalscorers[edit]

  • Most goals scored in all competitions, including friendlies: 382 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in all competitions: 354 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in La Liga: 243 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in Copa del Rey: 65 – Josep Samitier, 1919–1932
  • Most goals scored in Spanish Super Cup: 10 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in UEFA Champions League: 67 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in European competition: 68 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in FIFA Club World Cup: 4 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in International competitions: 72 – Lionel Messi, 2004–
  • Most goals scored in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 10 – Hans Krankl, 1978–81
  • Most goals scored in Inter-Cities Fairs Cup: 19 – José Antonio Zaldúa, 1961–71
  • Most goals scored in UEFA Cup or UEFA Europa League: 11 – Carles Rexach, 1972–81
  • Most goals scored in one season in all competitions, including friendlies: 75 – Lionel Messi, 2011–12
  • Most goals scored in one season in all competitions: 73 – Lionel Messi, 2011–12
  • Most goals scored in one calendar year: 91 – Lionel Messi, 2012
  • Most goals scored in one La Liga season: 50 – Lionel Messi, 2011–12.
  • Most home goals in one La Liga season: 35 – Lionel Messi 2011–12
  • Most away goals in one La Liga season: 24 – Lionel Messi 2012–13
  • Most matches scored in one La Liga season: 27 – Lionel Messi 2012–13
  • Most home matches scored in one La Liga season: 16 – Lionel Messi 2011–12
  • Most away matches scored in one La Liga season: 15 – Lionel Messi 2012–13
  • Most opponents scored in one La Liga season: 19Ronaldo 1996–97 (42 games), Lionel Messi 2012–13 (38 games)
  • Most goals scored in one Copa del Rey season: 12 – László Kubala, 1951–52
  • Most goals scored in a Copa del Rey season: 21 – Josep Samitier, 1927–28
  • Most goals scored in one UEFA Champions League season: 14 – Lionel Messi, 2011–12
  • Most goals scored in one game: 9 – Joan Gamper, on three occasions, 1901–1903[28]
  • Most goals scored in one La Liga game: 7 – László Kubala, against Sporting de Gijón in 1951–52[28]
  • Most goals scored in one Copa del Rey game: 7 – Eulogio Martínez, against Atlético Madrid in 1956–57[28]
  • Most goals scored in one UEFA Champions League game: 5 – Lionel Messi, against Bayer Leverkusen in 2011–12
  • Most La Liga hat-tricks in one season: 8 – Lionel Messi in 2011–12
  • Most La Liga hat-tricks overall: 19 – Lionel Messi
  • Most hat-tricks in all competitions overall: 26 – Lionel Messi
  • Fastest hat-trick: 9 minutes (34th, 41st, 43rd) – Pedro, against Getafe in 2013–14[29]
  • Longest scoring run in La Liga:  – Lionel Messi, 33 goals, 21 games, 2012–13
  • Longest scoring run in La Liga away: – Lionel Messi, 13 games, 2012–13
  • FC Barcelona players that have won the Pichichi Trophy
  • FC Barcelona players that have won the European Golden Shoe
  • FC Barcelona players that have won the UEFA Champions League Top Goalscorer

Top scorers[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Years Goals Frien
1  Argentina Lionel Messi 2004– 354 382
2  Spain César Rodríguez 1942–1955 232 301
3  Hungary László Kubala 1950–1961 194 280
4  Spain Josep Samitier 1919–1932 178 333
5  Spain Josep Escolà 1934–1949 163 223
6  Philippines Paulino Alcántara 1912–16,1918–27 142 369
7  Spain Ángel Arocha 1926–1933 134 215
8  Cameroon Samuel Eto'o 2004–2009 130 152
9  Brazil Rivaldo 1997–2002 130 136
10  Spain Mariano Martín 1940–1948 123 188

Top scorers in La Liga[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Years Goals
1  Argentina Lionel Messi 2004– 243
2  Spain César Rodríguez Álvarez 1942–1955 192
3  Hungary László Kubala 1950–1961 131
4  Cameroon Samuel Eto'o 2004-2009 108
5  Spain Mariano Martín 1940–1948 97
6  Spain Josep Escolà 1934-37,1940-48 93
7  Netherlands Patrick Kluivert 1998–2004 90
8  Spain Estanislao Basora 1946–1958 89
9  Brazil Rivaldo 1997–2002 86
10  Bulgaria Hristo Stoichkov 1990–95,1996–98 83

Top scorers in Copa del Rey[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Years Goals
1  Spain Josep Samitier 1919–1932 65
2  Hungary László Kubala 1950–1961 49
3  Spain César Rodríguez Álvarez 1942–1955 36
4  Philippines Paulino Alcántara 1912–16,1918–27 35
4  Spain Josep Escolà 1934–37,1940–48 35
6  Paraguay Eulogio Martínez 1956–1962 32
7  Argentina Lionel Messi 2004– 29
8  Spain Ángel Arocha 1926–1933 29
9  Spain Mariano Martín 1939–1948 26
10  Spain José Antonio Zaldúa 1961–1971 25

Top scorers in international competitions[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Years CL CWC EL ICFC LC SC FCWC Total
1  Argentina Messi, LionelLionel Messi 2004– 67 0 0 0 0 1 4 72
2  Brazil Rivaldo 1997–2002 25 0 5 0 0 1 0 31
3  Spain Enrique, LuisLuis Enrique 1996–2004 20 0 6 0 0 1 0 27
3  Brazil Macedo, Evaristo deEvaristo de Macedo 1957–1962 10 0 0 17 0 0 0 27
5  Netherlands Kluivert, PatrickPatrick Kluivert 1998–2004 21 0 5 0 0 0 0 26
6  Spain Rexach, CarlesCarles Rexach 1965–1981 4 6 11 4 0 0 0 25
7  Bulgaria Stoichkov, HristoHristo Stoichkov 1990–95,1996–98 15 6 0 0 0 1 1 23
8  Spain Zaldúa, JoséJosé Zaldúa 1961–1971 0 4 0 18 0 0 0 22
9  Hungary Kocsis, SándorSándor Kocsis 1958–1965 7 3 0 11 0 0 0 21
10  Brazil Ronaldinho 2003–2008 14 0 4 0 0 0 1 19

Transfer fee received[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Fee Adjusted fee To Year
1  Portugal Figo, LuisLuis Figo £37m £54M Real Madrid 2000
2  Chile Sanchez, AlexisAlexis Sanchez £32.5m £33M Arsenal 2014
3  Spain Fabregas, CescCesc Fabregas £30m £30M Chelsea 2014
4  Sweden Ibrahimović, ZlatanZlatan Ibrahimović £24m £27M AC Milan 2011
5  Ivory Coast Touré, YayaYaya Touré £24m £27M Manchester City 2010
6  Brazil Ronaldo £19m £30M Inter Milan 1997

Transfer fee paid[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Fee Adjusted fee From Year
1  Uruguay Luis Suárez £75m £75m Liverpool FC 2014
2  Brazil Neymar £71m £71m Santos FC 2013
3  Sweden Ibrahimović, ZlatanZlatan Ibrahimović £37m (plus Samuel Eto'o) £43m Internazionale 2009
4  Spain Fàbregas, CescCesc Fàbregas £35m £43M Arsenal 2011
5  Spain Villa, DavidDavid Villa £34m £38M Valencia 2010
6  Chile Sánchez, AlexisAlexis Sánchez £23m £24M Udinese 2011

Other individual records for the club[edit]

Víctor Valdés has won the Zamora Trophy five times.
Pedro became the first player in history to score in six different competitions in one season.
  • Barcelona players that have won the most Spanish League trophies:
    • Xavi: (7) 1998–99, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2012–13
  • Barcelona players that have won the most UEFA Champions League trophies:
  • Most clean sheets:
    • Víctor Valdés played 535 official games of which he maintained a clean sheet in 237 games, or 44.3% of the matches. The former record was held by Andoni Zubizarreta who played 410 official games of which he maintained a clean sheet in 173 games, or 42.2% of the matches.
  • Longest period without conceding a goal:
    • Víctor Valdés went 897 minutes without conceding a goal in all competitions in the 2011–12 season (from the 22nd minute of the 5th game to the 20th minute of the 12th game). Six games of the Spanish League and three Champions League games were played without conceding a goal.
    • Miguel Reina went 824 minutes without conceding a goal in the Spanish League in the 1972–73 season (from the 53rd minute of the 14th game to the 67th minute of the 23rd game).[28]
  • Player with most La Liga (Spanish League) appearances:
  • Players with most consecutive wins in la Liga:
  • Players with most consecutive games without losing in a league game:
  • Players to have scored in six different official competitions in one season:
    • Pedro, 2009–10, in the Copa del Rey, La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Spanish Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA World Club Cup, completed in 16 December 2009.[37]
    • Lionel Messi, 2011–12, in the Copa del Rey, La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Spanish Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA World Club Cup, completed on 4 January 2012.
  • Players to have scored and assisted in six different official competitions in one season:
    • Lionel Messi, 2011–12, in the Copa del Rey, La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Spanish Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA World Club Cup, completed on 12 January 2012.

Managerial records[edit]

  • Most seasons as coach: Jack Greenwell, nine years in two spells from 1917 to 1924 and from 1931 to 1933.[28]
  • Most consecutive seasons as coach: Johan Cruyff, managed the club for eight years between 1988 and 1996.[28]
  • Most trophies won as coach: Josep Guardiola, fourteen titles out of nineteen possible between August 2008 and May 2012.[28]

Team records[edit]

Barcelona's team records include the following:[39]

La Liga[edit]

Points[edit]

  • Most points in a season
    • Three points for a win:
      • 100 points in the 2012-13 season.
    • Two points for a win:
      • 58 points in the 1992–93 season (would have been 83 points with 3 points for a win).[40]
  • Fewest points in a season
  • The team with most points at the end of the first half of the league:
  • The team with most points at the end of the second half of the league:

Goals[edit]

A chart showing the progress of Barcelona's cumulative goal difference in La Liga.
  • Team with most away goals in a League:
    • The club scored a total number of 52 goals in the 2012–13 season.[39][45]
  • Team with best goal difference in a League season:
  • Season with most goals scored in League matches:
    • In 2012–13 season, the club scored a total number of 115 goals in 38 games.[39][45]
  • Season with fewest goals scored in League matches:
    • The club scored a total number of 32 goals in 22 games in the 1939–40 season.[39][47]
  • Only Spanish team to score in all away games in a La Liga season:
    • In 2010-11 season, 19 games [48]
  • Season with fewest goals conceded in League matches:
    • The club conceded a total number of 18 goals in 30 games in the 1968–69 season.[39][49]
  • Season with most goals conceded:
    • The club conceded a total number of 66 goals in 26 games in the 1941–42 season.[39][50]

Streaks[edit]

  • Consecutive La Liga (Spanish League) titles:
    • Won 4 championship titles from the 1990–91 season to the 1993–94 season.[39][51]
  • Longest unbeaten run in League matches:
    • 30 games in the 2010–11 season.[39][52]
  • Longest unbeaten run at home in League matches:
  • Longest unbeaten run away in League matches:
    • 23 games (14 February 2010 to 30 April 2011)[56]
  • Longest winning run in the League:
    • 16 games in the 2010–11 season.
  • Longest winning run at home in League matches:
  • Longest winning run away in League matches:
    • 12 games (1 May 2010 to 12 February 2011)
  • Longest scoring run in the League:
    • 64 games (4 February 2012 to 19 October 2013)
  • Longest scoring run at home in League matches:
    • 88 games in 1951–52 to 1957–58.[39]
  • Longest scoring run away in League matches:
    • 32 games (11 February 2012 to 19 October 2013)
  • Record run of away wins in one League season:
    • 10 victories in the 2010–11 season.[39][61]
  • Team with the most consecutive matches as the leader of La Liga - 59 matchdays (from 1st matchday of 2012-13 season to 21st matchday of 2013-2014 season).

International[edit]

  • Only team to have appeared in every year of the Continental competition:
    • Barcelona has participated since the inception in 1955.[39]
  • Highest win in European competitions at home games:
  • Most consecutive wins in the UEFA Champions League:

All competitions[edit]

  • Highest win in any competition:
  • Highest win in a Friendly match:
    • 20–1, Smilde (Netherlands) 1–20 FC Barcelona in 1992.[39]
  • Heaviest defeat in any competition:
    • 12–1, Athletic Club Bilbao 12–1 FC Barcelona in 1930–31, in La Liga.[39][64]
  • Longest unbeaten run in all competitive matches:
    • 28 games in the 2010–11 season.
  • Highest win in home matches:
    • 10–1, FC Barcelona 10–1 Gimnàstic Tarragona in 1949, in La Liga.[65]
  • Highest win at away matches:
    • 0–8, Las Palmas 0–8 FC Barcelona in 1959, in La Liga.[39][59]
    • 0–8, UD Almeria 0–8 FC Barcelona in 2010, in La Liga
  • Longest winning run in competitive matches:
    • 19 games in both Domestic and International matches during the 2005–06 season. 13 in the league, three in the Champions League, two in the Copa del Rey and one in the Catalan Cup.[39]
  • Most consecutive away wins:
    • 13 games during the 2008–09 season. Eight came in the league, three in the Champions League and two in the Copa del Rey.[39][66]
  • Most goals scored by players from the youth system:
    • Of the 190 goals scored by FC Barcelona in the 2011–12 season, 150 were scored by players from FC Barcelona’s youth system .[36]
  • Most scorers in official matches in a season:
    • In 2010–11 23 Barcelona players scored at least one in official competitions.[36]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  6. ^ The Copa Eva Duarte was only recognized and organized with that name by the RFEF from 1947 until 1953, and therefore Barcelona's "Copa de Oro Argentina" win of 1945 is not included in this count, i.e. only the 1948, 1952 and 1953 trophies are.
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