List of FC Barcelona seasons

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Barcelona team in 1903

FC Barcelona is a football club based in Barcelona, that competes in La Liga, the most senior football league in Spain. The club was formed in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English and Spanish men led by Joan Gamper, and played its first friendly match on 8 December 1899. Initially Barcelona played against other local clubs in various Catalan tournaments, but in 1929 the club became one of the founding members of La Liga, Spain's first truly national league. As of 2014, Barcelona is one of only three clubs never to have been relegated from the top level of Spanish football, the others being Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid.[1]

Barcelona enjoyed a successful start in La Liga, winning the championship in the competition's first season. In the period from 1919 to 1929 "Barça" won the Copa del Rey five times and the Campionat de Catalunya nine times.[2] The club did not win the league again until 1945. Three seasons earlier Barcelona had finished twelfth, which remains, as of 2013, the club's lowest finishing position.[3] Barcelona won five trophies in the 1951–52 season, becoming known as "Barça of the Five Cups" (Catalan: el Barça de les Cinc Copes), and went on to win La Liga three times, the Copa del Rey five times and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup once during the 1950s.[2] The club then entered a lean spell, however, with only two league titles between 1960 and 1990. In 1988, Johan Cruyff was appointed manager and assembled what would later be known as the "Dream Team".[4] In 1991 he led the club to its first league title for six years and repeated the feat the following season when the club also won the European Cup for the first time. In the 1993–94 season, Barcelona won a fourth consecutive league title, edging out Deportivo de La Coruña on goal difference after the two clubs finished level on points.[5][6]

Newly elected president Joan Laporta's appointment of Frank Rijkaard as coach and the signing of Ronaldinho in 2003 marked the beginning of another spell of sustained success.[7][8][9] In 2005 Barcelona once again won the La Liga championship, and retained it the following season. In May 2006 Barcelona defeated Arsenal in the Champions League final, coming back from 0–1 to win 2–1 in the last fifteen minutes.[10] Three years later, the club beat Manchester United 2–0 in the 2009 Champions League final, having already won La Liga and the Copa del Rey that season, to become the first Spanish side to complete the treble.[11] In December 2009, Barcelona won the FIFA Club World Cup, having also won the Spanish and European Super Cups, thereby completing an "unprecedented sextuple".[12]

The club has won the La Liga championship twenty-two times, the Copa del Rey twenty-six times, the Copa de la Liga twice, the Supercopa de España ten times, the European Cup four times, the Cup Winners' Cup four times, the Fairs Cup three times, the European Super Cup four times and the FIFA Club World Cup twice.[13] The table details the club's achievements in the early regional championships and in all national and international first-team competitions for each completed season since the club's formation in 1899.

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up

Top scorers shown in italics with number of goals scored in bold are players who were also top scorers in La Liga that season.[14]

Seasons[edit]

Pre-La Liga era[edit]

During this period Spain did not have a national football league. Barcelona competed in the championship of the Catalonia region, the winners of which qualified for the Copa del Rey along with the other regional champions.[15] * Barcelona wons also 4 times the Pyrenees Cup ( 1910-11-12-13 ), the first European Cup among clubs.

Season Copa del Rey[16] Regional league[15]
Competition Pos. Pl. W D L GF GA Pts
1899–1900 FC Barcelona did not play competitive football
1900–01 Copa Macaya 2nd 6 4 1 1 47 3 9
1901–02 F Copa Macaya C 8 8 0 0 60 2 16
1902–03 Copa Barcelona[n 1] C 14 12 2 0 45 10 26
1903–04 Campionat de Catalunya 4th 16 10 3 3 57 15 23
1904–05 [n 2] Campionat de Catalunya C 8 5 2 1 21 12 12
1905–06 Campionat de Catalunya 3rd 6 3 0 3 16 10 6
1906–07 Campionat de Catalunya F n/a[n 3]
1907–08 Campionat de Catalunya 2nd 6 4 1 1 18 6 9
1908–09 SF Campionat de Catalunya C 7 4 3 0 16 7 11
1909–10 C Campionat de Catalunya C 10 10 0 0 46 3 20
1910–11 QF Campionat de Catalunya C 7 7 0 0 25 7 14
1911–12 C Campionat de Catalunya 2nd 10 6 2 2 51 8 14
1912–13 C Campionat de Catalunya FAC[n 4] C 4 3 0 1 24 9 6
1913–14 Campionat de Catalunya 3rd 8 5 0 3 n/a n/a 10
1914–15 Campionat de Catalunya F[n 5] 9 8 0 1 24 6 16
1915–16 SF Campionat de Catalunya C 13 13 0 0 64 12 26
1916–17 Campionat de Catalunya 3rd 8 4 2 2 16 8 10
1917–18 Campionat de Catalunya 3rd 10 6 1 3 17 11 13
1918–19 F Campionat de Catalunya C 10 8 1 1 31 6 17
1919–20 C Campionat de Catalunya C 10 9 1 0 28 7 19
1920–21 [n 6] Campionat de Catalunya C 10 6 3 1 17 8 15
1921–22 C Campionat de Catalunya C 10 9 1 0 63 8 19
1922–23 Campionat de Catalunya F[n 7] 10 8 1 1 24 9 17
1923–24 SF Campionat de Catalunya C 10 10 0 0 28 7 20
1924–25 C Campionat de Catalunya C 14 9 2 3 25 9 20
1925–26 C Campionat de Catalunya C 14 9 2 3 35 11 20
1926–27 SF Campionat de Catalunya C 14 11 1 2 64 20 23
1927–28 C Campionat de Catalunya C[n 8] 14 12 0 2 56 11 24

La Liga era[edit]

In 1929, La Liga, Spain's first national football league, was formed, with Barcelona among the founder members.[17] The club also competed in the Catalan championship until it was abandoned in 1940.[15] The Copa del Rey continued alongside La Liga.[18] Clubs continued to qualify for it based on their placings in the regional championships until 1940, when it became open to all teams in the top two divisions of the Spanish League and selected other teams.[19] * Barcelona wons also the Mediterranean League in 1937.

Season League[15][20] Copa del
Rey
[16]
Europe[21][22][23][24] Other competitions[25][26][27][28][29][30] La Liga Top scorer[n 9]
Division Pos. Pl. W D L GF GA Pts Name(s) Goals
1928–29 La Liga 1st 18 11 3 4 37 23 25 SF Parera 11
Camp. Cat. 3rd 10 5 2 3 23 13 12
1929–30 La Liga 2nd 18 11 1 6 46 36 23 SF Bestit 12
Camp. Cat. C 10 8 0 2 33 6 16
1930–31 La Liga 4th 18 7 7 4 40 43 21 R16 Arocha 16
Camp. Cat. C 10 8 1 1 34 10 17
1931–32 La Liga 3rd 18 10 4 4 40 26 24 F Samitier 10
Camp. Cat. C 14 11 1 2 43 11 23
1932–33 La Liga 4th 18 7 5 6 42 34 19 R32 Ramón 12
Camp. Cat. 2nd 14 12 1 1 53 15 25
1933–34 La Liga 9th 18 8 0 10 42 40 16 QF Ventolrà 14
Camp. Cat. 3rd 14 9 2 3 36 19 20
1934–35 La Liga 6th 22 9 6 7 55 44 24 QF Escolà 18
Camp. Cat. C 10 8 1 1 36 10 17
1935–36 La Liga 5th 22 11 2 9 39 32 24 F Escolà 13
Camp. Cat. C 10 9 1 0 41 9 19
1936–37 No competitive football was played between 1936 and 1939 due to the Spanish Civil War
1937–38
1938–39
1939–40 La Liga 9th 22 8 3 11 32 38 19 QF Herrerita 8
Camp. Cat. 3rd 10 5 0 5 29 20 10
1940–41 La Liga 4th 22 13 1 8 55 45 27 R16 Martín 12
1941–42 La Liga 12th 26 8 3 15 57 66 19 C Martín 17
1942–43 La Liga 3rd 26 14 4 8 77 50 32 SF Martín 30
1943–44 La Liga 6th 26 10 8 8 59 46 28 R16 Martín 24
1944–45 La Liga 1st 26 17 5 4 50 30 39 R16 Escolà 16
1945–46 La Liga 2nd 26 14 7 5 48 31 35 R16 Copa de Oro Argentina C César 11
1946–47 La Liga 4th 26 14 3 9 59 42 31 QF César, Seguer 10
1947–48 La Liga 1st 26 15 7 4 65 31 37 R16 César 19
1948–49 La Liga 1st 26 16 5 5 66 36 37 SF Copa Eva Duarte C César 28
Latin Cup C
1949–50 La Liga 5th 26 13 3 10 67 47 29 R16 Copa Eva Duarte F César 19
1950–51 La Liga 4th 30 16 3 11 83 61 35 C César 29
1951–52 La Liga 1st 30 19 5 6 92 43 43 C Copa Eva Duarte F Kubala 26
Latin Cup C
1952–53 La Liga 1st 30 19 4 7 82 43 42 C Moreno 22
1953–54 La Liga 2nd 30 16 4 10 74 39 36 F Kubala 23
1954–55 La Liga 2nd 30 17 7 6 75 39 41 SF Kubala, Villaverde 14
1955–56 La Liga 2nd 30 22 3 5 67 26 47 QF Fairs Cup C Kubala 14
1956–57 La Liga 3rd 30 16 7 7 70 37 39 C Suárez 13
1957–58 La Liga 3rd 30 17 4 9 69 38 38 SF Tejada 14
1958–59 La Liga 1st 30 24 3 3 9 26 51 C Fairs Cup C Evaristo 20
1959–60 La Liga 1st 30 22 2 6 86 28 46 QF Martínez 23
European Cup SF
1960–61 La Liga 4th 30 13 6 11 62 47 32 R16 Fairs Cup QF Evaristo 11
European Cup F
1961–62 La Liga 2nd 30 18 4 8 81 46 40 QF Fairs Cup F Evaristo 20
1962–63 La Liga 6th 30 11 9 10 45 36 31 C Fairs Cup R16 Zaldúa 10
1963–64 La Liga 2nd 30 19 4 7 74 38 42 SF Cup Winners' Cup R48 17
1964–65 La Liga 6th 30 14 4 12 59 41 32 QF Fairs Cup 3R[n 10] 25
1965–66 La Liga 3rd 30 16 6 8 51 27 38 SF Fairs Cup C Rifé 9
1966–67 La Liga 2nd 30 20 2 8 58 29 42 R16 Fairs Cup R16 Fusté, Zaballa 10
1967–68 La Liga 2nd 30 15 9 6 48 29 39 C Fairs Cup R48 Zaldúa 12
1968–69 La Liga 3rd 30 13 10 7 40 18 36 R16 Cup Winners' Cup F Zaldúa 11
1969–70 La Liga 4th 30 13 9 8 40 31 35 QF Fairs Cup R16 Rexach 7
1970–71 La Liga 2nd 30 19 5 6 50 22 43 C Fairs Cup R16 Rexach 17
1971–72 La Liga 3rd 34 17 9 8 40 26 43 QF Cup Winners' Cup R16 Asensi 9
1972–73 La Liga 2nd 34 18 10 6 41 21 46 R16 UEFA Cup R48 Barrios 8
1973–74 La Liga 1st 34 21 8 5 75 24 50 F UEFA Cup R48 Marcial 17
1974–75 La Liga 3rd 34 15 7 12 57 36 37 QF European Cup SF Clares 10
1975–76 La Liga 2nd 34 18 7 9 61 41 43 QF UEFA Cup SF Neeskens 12
1976–77 La Liga 2nd 34 18 9 7 69 34 45 R16 UEFA Cup QF Clares 22
1977–78 La Liga 2nd 34 16 9 9 49 29 41 C UEFA Cup SF Rexach, Asensi 9
1978–79 La Liga 5th 34 16 6 12 69 37 38 R16 Cup Winners' Cup C Krankl 29
1979–80 La Liga 4th 34 13 12 9 42 33 38 R16 Cup Winners' Cup QF UEFA Super Cup F Simonsen 10
1980–81 La Liga 5th 34 18 5 11 66 41 41 C UEFA Cup R16 Quini 20
1981–82 La Liga 2nd 34 19 7 8 75 40 45 R16 Cup Winners' Cup C Quini 27
1982–83 La Liga 4th 34 17 10 7 60 29 44 C Cup Winners' Cup QF UEFA Super Cup F Maradona 11
League Cup C
1983–84 La Liga 3rd 34 20 8 6 62 28 48 F Cup Winners' Cup QF Supercopa de España C Marcos 12
1984–85 La Liga 1st 34 21 11 2 69 25 53 QF Cup Winners' Cup R32 Archibald 15
1985–86 La Liga 2nd 34 18 9 7 61 36 45 F European Cup F Supercopa de España F Schuster 10
League Cup C
1986–87 La Liga 2nd 34 18 13 3 51 22 49 R16 UEFA Cup QF Lineker 20
1987–88 La Liga 6th 38 15 9 14 49 44 39 C UEFA Cup QF Lineker 16
1988–89 La Liga 2nd 38 23 11 4 80 26 57 QF Cup Winners' Cup C Supercopa de España F Salinas 20
1989–90 La Liga 3rd 38 23 5 10 83 39 51 C Cup Winners' Cup R16 UEFA Super Cup F Salinas 15
1990–91 La Liga 1st 38 25 7 6 74 33 57 SF Cup Winners' Cup F Supercopa de España F Stoichkov 14
1991–92 La Liga 1st 38 23 9 6 87 37 55 R16 European Cup C Supercopa de España C Stoichkov 17
1992–93 La Liga 1st 38 25 8 5 87 34 58 SF Champions League R16 Supercopa de España C Stoichkov 20
UEFA Super Cup C
Intercontinental Cup F
1993–94 La Liga 1st 38 25 6 7 91 42 56 QF Champions League F Supercopa de España F Romario 30
1994–95 La Liga 4th 38 18 10 10 60 45 46 R16 Champions League QF Supercopa de España C Stoichkov, Cruyff, Koeman 9
1995–96 La Liga 3rd 42 22 14 6 72 39 80 F UEFA Cup SF García 10
1996–97 La Liga 2nd 42 28 6 8 102 48 90 C Cup Winners' Cup C Supercopa de España C Ronaldo 34[n 11]
1997–98 La Liga 1st 38 23 5 10 78 56 74 C Champions League GS Supercopa de España F Rivaldo 19
UEFA Super Cup C
1998–99 La Liga 1st 38 24 7 7 87 43 79 QF Champions League GS Supercopa de España F Rivaldo 24
1999–2000 La Liga 2nd 38 19 7 12 70 46 64 SF Champions League SF Supercopa de España F Kluivert 15
2000–01 La Liga 4th 38 17 12 9 80 57 63 SF Champions League GS Rivaldo 23
UEFA Cup SF
2001–02 La Liga 4th 38 18 10 10 65 37 64 R64 Champions League SF Kluivert 18
2002–03 La Liga 6th 38 15 11 12 63 47 56 R64 Champions League QF Kluivert 16
2003–04 La Liga 2nd 38 21 9 8 63 39 72 QF UEFA Cup R16 Ronaldinho 15
2004–05 La Liga 1st 38 25 9 4 73 29 84 R16 Champions League R16 Eto'o 25
2005–06 La Liga 1st 38 25 7 6 80 35 82 QF Champions League C Supercopa de España C Eto'o 26
2006–07 La Liga 2nd 38 22 10 6 78 33 76 SF Champions League R16 Supercopa de España C Ronaldinho 21
UEFA Super Cup F
FIFA Club World Cup F
2007–08 La Liga 3rd 38 19 10 9 76 43 67 SF Champions League SF Eto'o 16
2008–09 La Liga 1st 38 27 6 5 105 35 87 C Champions League C Eto'o 30
2009–10 La Liga 1st 38 31 6 1 98 24 99 R16 Champions League SF Supercopa de España C Messi 34[n 12]
UEFA Super Cup C
FIFA Club World Cup C
2010–11 La Liga 1st 38 30 6 2 95 21 96 F Champions League C Supercopa de España C Messi 31
2011–12 La Liga 2nd 38 28 7 3 114 29 91 C Champions League SF Supercopa de España C Messi 50[n 13]
UEFA Super Cup C
FIFA Club World Cup C
2012–13 La Liga 1st 38 32 4 2 115 40 100 SF Champions League SF Supercopa de España F Messi 46
2013–14 La Liga 2nd 38 27 6 5 100 33 87 F Champions League QF Supercopa de España C Messi 28

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Barcelona withdrew from the Copa Macaya in protest after having two points deducted for fielding an ineligible player, and organised the Copa Barcelona instead.[15]
  2. ^ The winners of the Campionat de Catalunya should have qualified for the Copa del Rey, but the tournament was not completed in time.[16]
  3. ^ The league championship was not completed due to a series of protests over the result of a match between Barcelona and X Sporting Club. The authorities instead ordered these two teams to play-off for the championship. Barcelona lost the match 3–1.[15]
  4. ^ Several clubs, including Barcelona, broke away from the existing governing body of football in Catalonia and formed a rival group, which organised its own championship. This competition was abandoned after only four games, but Barcelona were declared champions.[15]
  5. ^ Barcelona finished level on points with RCD Espanyol and the two teams were ordered to play-off for the championship. Barcelona lost the match 4–0.[15]
  6. ^ Barcelona withdrew in protest at the decision of the Spanish football authorities to move the site of the final from Seville to Bilbao.[16]
  7. ^ Barcelona finished level on points with CE Europa at the top of the table and the two teams were ordered to play-off for the championship. Barcelona lost the match 1–0.[16]
  8. ^ Barcelona finished level on points with CE Europa at the top of the table and the two teams were ordered to play-off for the championship. Barcelona won the match 1–0.[16]
  9. ^ Only includes goals scored in La Liga.[31]
  10. ^ The format of the 1964–65 Fairs Cup meant that there were only twelve teams remaining at what would otherwise have been the Round of 16, of which six, rather than the usual eight, qualified for the Quarter-finals.[32]
  11. ^ Ronaldo won both the title of La Liga topscorer (34 goals) and the European Golden Shoe.[33]
  12. ^ Messi won both the title of La Liga topscorer (34 goals) and the European Golden Shoe.
  13. ^ Messi won both the title of La Liga topscorer (50 goals) and the European Golden Shoe.

References[edit]

General[edit]

Specific[edit]

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  9. ^ "2005/06: Ronaldinho delivers for Barça". Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA). 17 May 2006. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  10. ^ "Wenger left frustrated by defeat". BBC. 17 May 2006. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  11. ^ "Laporta sets sights on Barcelona treble". The Independent. 18 May 2009. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  12. ^ "Kings, queens and a young prince". Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). 23 December 2009. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  13. ^ "Trophies". FC Barcelona. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
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  17. ^ Pla Diaz, Emilio (14 June 2007). "Spain 1928/29". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 22 April 2010. 
  18. ^ Tejedor Carnicero, José Vicente (12 February 2001). "Spain – Cup 1929". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 22 April 2010. 
  19. ^ Lozano Ferrer, Carles (21 March 2001). "Spain – Cup 1941". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 22 April 2010. 
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  22. ^ "UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: History". Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA). 13 July 2005. Retrieved 26 April 2010. 
  23. ^ "UEFA Cup: All-time finals". Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA). 30 June 2005. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  24. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (15 January 2010). "European Champions' Cup". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 18 April 2010. 
  25. ^ "UEFA Super Cup: History". Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA). 31 August 2008. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  26. ^ "Tournaments: FIFA Club World Cup". Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
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  28. ^ "Copa del Rey: Palmarés". Diario Marca (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  29. ^ Stokkermans, Karel; Gorgazzi, Osvaldo José (23 November 2006). "Latin Cup". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  30. ^ "European-South American Cup: History". Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA). 13 July 2005. Retrieved 26 April 2010. 
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  33. ^ Arotaritei, Sorin; Di Maggio, Roberto; Stokkermans, Karel (11 December 2009). "Golden Boot ("Soulier d'Or") Awards". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 18 April 2008. 

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