2019–20 FC Barcelona season

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Barcelona
2019–20 season
PresidentJosep Maria Bartomeu
Head CoachErnesto Valverde
(until 13 January 2020)
Quique Setién
(from 13 January 2020)
StadiumCamp Nou
La Liga2nd
Copa del ReyQuarter-finals
Supercopa de EspañaSemi-finals
UEFA Champions LeagueQuarter-finals
Top goalscorerLeague:
Lionel Messi (25)

All:
Lionel Messi (31)
Highest home attendance98,812 vs Arsenal
(4 August 2019)
Lowest home attendance43,216 vs Leganés
(30 January 2020)
Average home league attendance82,476
(including Joan Gamper)
Biggest winBarcelona 5–0 Eibar
Biggest defeatBarcelona 2–8 Bayern Munich

The 2019–20 Futbol Club Barcelona season was the club's 120th season in existence and the 89th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. Barcelona competed in La Liga, Copa del Rey, Supercopa de España and UEFA Champions League. The season covered the period from 1 July 2019 to 14 August 2020.

Season overview[edit]

The opening ceremony for FC Barcelona vs. Inter game in Camp Nou, Barcelona.

June[edit]

On 26 June, Barcelona announced the departure of Jasper Cillessen to Valencia for a fee of €35 million.[1] The following day on 27 June, Barcelona announced the signing of Neto from Valencia for a fee of €26 million plus €9 million in add-ons.[2]

On 30 June, Denis Suárez was sold to Celta Vigo for €12.9 million plus €3.1 million in add-ons.[3]

July[edit]

On 3 July, the Vice President of Sports Jordi Mestre resigned.[4]

On 12 July, Barcelona signed Antoine Griezmann from Atlético Madrid after triggering his €120,000,000 buyout clause.[5] Barcelona also sold Adrián Ortolá to CD Tenerife for an undisclosed price.[6]

On 16 July, Barcelona activated Marc Cucurella's buy-back clause of €4 million, only two months after Eibar had permanently signed him for €2 million.[7]

On 18 July, Barcelona and Getafe reached an agreement for the loan of Cucurella to the Madrid side for the rest of the season with an option to buy for €6 million.[8]

August[edit]

On 2 August, Barça and Russian Premier League club Zenit St Petersburg agreed to the transfer of Malcom for a fee of €45,000,000 plus variables.[9]

On 4 August, Barça and Real Betis reached an agreement for the signing of Junior Firpo for €18 million plus €12 million in variables.[10]

On 16 August, Barça started their season in a 0–1 away defeat to Athletic Bilbao from a late winner from Aritz Aduriz.[11]

On 18 August, Barça and Bayern Munich reached an agreement for the loan of Philippe Coutinho to the German side for the rest of the season with an option to buy for €120 million.[12]

On 25 August, Barça defeated Real Betis in a 5–2 home rout, goals from Antoine Griezmann, Carles Pérez, Jordi Alba, and Arturo Vidal led the Blaugrana to victory.[13]

On 31 August, Barça drew 2–2 away at Osasuna with goals from Ansu Fati and Arthur, with the forward becoming the youngest player in FC Barcelona's history to score a goal in La Liga (16 years and 304 days).[14][15]

September[edit]

On 2 September, Rafinha extended his contract by one year until 2021 and moved to Celta Vigo on loan for the rest of the season.[16]

On September 14, Barça defeated Valencia in a 5−2 win at home. Goals from Ansu Fati, Frenkie de Jong, Gerard Piqué, and a brace from Luis Suárez once again led the Blaugrana to victory.[17]

On 17 September, Barça started their Champions League campaign with a 0−0 away draw with Borussia Dortmund.[18]

On 21 September, Barça suffered a 2−0 away loss to Granada CF, conceding goals from Antonio Puertas and Álvaro Vadillo.[19]

On 24 September, Barça defeated Villarreal CF 2−1 at home. First half goals from Antoine Griezmann and Arthur were enough for the home side to claim victory.[20]

On 28 September, Barça defeated Getafe CF 2–0 away from home. Luis Suárez and Junior Firpo got themselves on the score sheet.[21] Clemént Lenglet got sent off and received his first red card of the season.

October[edit]

On 2 October, Barça defeated Inter Milan 2–1 at home in the UEFA Champions League. Inter scored early through Lautaro Martínez but Barça came-back after Luis Suárez scored twice to earn the victory.[22]

On 6 October, Barça defeated Sevilla FC 4–0 at home. Luis Suárez, Arturo Vidal, Ousmane Dembélé and Lionel Messi (both with their first goals of the season) lead the Blaugrana to victory.[23] Both Dembélé and Ronald Araújo got sent off.

On 19 October, Barça defeated SD Eibar 3–0 away from home. Goals from Antoine Griezmann, Lionel Messi, and Luis Suárez helped the Blaugrana extend their winning run to five games.[24]

On 23 October, Barça defeated Slavia Prague in the UEFA Champions League 2–1 away from home. Goals coming in from Lionel Messi and a Peter Olayinka own goal.[25]

On 29 October, Barça defeated Real Valladolid 5–1 at home with goals from Clément Lenglet, Arturo Vidal, a brace from Messi and a goal from Suárez giving Barcelona seven straight wins.[26]

November[edit]

On 2 November, Barcelona lost to Levante 3–1 away from home. A penalty converted by Messi gave the Blaugrana the lead in the first half but 3 goals in 7 minutes during the second half handed the home side the victory.[27]

On 5 November, Barcelona drew 0–0 with Slavia Prague in the UEFA Champions League at home.[28]

On 9 November, Barcelona defeated Celta Vigo 4–1 at home. Lionel Messi scored his hat-trick of the season and Sergio Busquets scored one.[29]

On 23 November, Barcelona narrowly defeated Leganés 2–1. Goals from Luis Suárez and Arturo Vidal cancelled out Youssef En-Nesyri's earlier goal.[30]

On 27 November, Barcelona defeated Borussia Dortmund 3–1 in the UEFA Champions League, securing a spot in the round of 16 and finishing as group winners. Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez, and Antoine Griezmann were the goalscorers.[31]

December[edit]

On 1 December, Barcelona defeated Atlético Madrid 1–0 away from home. Messi scored five minutes from time at the Wanda Metropolitano.[32]

On 7 December, Barcelona defeated Real Mallorca 5–2 at home. Messi scored his second hat-trick of the season, while Griezmann and Suárez also appeared on the scoresheet.[33]

On 10 December, a rotated Barcelona team defeated Inter Milan 2–1 away from home in the UEFA Champions League. Carles Pérez and Ansu Fati scored, the latter making history by becoming the youngest goalscorer in the history competition.[34]

On 14 December, Barcelona drew 2–2 away at Real Sociedad. Antoine Griezmann scored against his old club, while Luis Suárez scored the second.[35]

On 18 December, Barcelona drew 0–0 against rivals Real Madrid in El Clásico.[36] It became the first time in over 17 years that both rivals ended goalless in the league, the last time being during the 2002–03 season.[37]

On 21 December, Barcelona defeated Deportivo Alavés 4–1 at home in the last game of the year. Griezmann, Arturo Vidal, Messi, and Suárez all scored. The Uruguayan was involved in all 4 goals, contributing 1 goal and 3 assists.[38]

On 28 December, Barcelona and Real Betis reached an agreement for the loan of Carles Aleñá for the remainder of the season.[39]

January[edit]

On 4 January, Barcelona drew 2–2 with local rivals RCD Espanyol in the Barcelona derby. The Blaugrana conceded early when David López nodded in a free kick but Barça made a comeback with goals from Luis Suárez and Arturo Vidal. Espanyol drew late with a goal from Wu Lei.[40]

On 9 January, Barcelona were knocked out of the Supercopa de España after being defeated 3–2 to Atlético Madrid.[41]

On 13 January, Barcelona terminated Ernesto Valverde's contract after two and a half seasons in charge. The club appointed Quique Setién as the new head coach until 30 June 2022.[42][43]

On 15 January, Barcelona reached an agreement with FC Schalke 04 for the loan on Jean-Clair Todibo for the remainder of the season. The German side paid a €1.5 million loan fee and obtained a buy option for €25 million.[44]

On 19 January, Barcelona defeated Granada 1–0 at home. A second half goal from Messi saw Quique Setién win his first game in charge as a Barça coach.[45]

On 22 January, Barcelona defeated UD Ibiza 2–1 away from home in the Copa del Rey. Ibiza scored first, but a Antoine Griezmann brace secured a comeback for the Blaugrana.[46]

On 25 January, Barcelona lost 2–0 to Valencia away from home. A brace from Maxi Gómez sealed a victory for Los Che.[47]

On 30 January, Barcelona defeated Leganés 5–0 at home in the Copa del Rey. Goals from Antoine Griezmann, Clément Lenglet, Arthur and a Leo Messi brace gave Barça a passage into the next round.[48]

On 31 January, Barcelona reached an agreement with OGC Nice for the loan of Moussa Wagué for the remainder of the season. The French side obtained a buy option for €10 million.[49]

February[edit]

On 2 February, Barcelona defeated Levante 2–1 at home in the league. A brace from Ansu Fati gave Barça the win.[50]

On 6 February, Barcelona were eliminated from the Copa del Rey by Athletic Bilbao in the quarter-finals. A late Iñaki Williams header secured a passage for the home side into the semi-finals.[51]

On 9 February, Barcelona defeated Real Betis 3–2 away from home. Goals from Sergio Canales and Nabil Fekir weren't enough for the home side as de Jong, Busquets and Lenglet scored for the away team. Messi assisted all three goals and Lenglet received a second yellow card, getting sent off.[52]

On 15 February, Barcelona defeated Getafe 2–1 at home. Antoine Griezmann and Sergi Roberto scored, but Barça conceded a consolation from Ángel Rodríguez.[53]

On 20 February, Barcelona signed Martin Braithwaite from Leganés for €18 million. Barcelona was given permission from La Liga to sign an emergency forward as Luis Suárez and Ousmane Dembélé were both ruled out with injuries for the rest of the season.[54][55]

On 22 February, Barcelona defeated Eibar 5–0 at home. Messi scored a first half hat-trick and scored once again late on. Arthur also scored.[56]

On 25 February, Barcelona drew 1–1 with S.S.C. Napoli in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie. Antoine Griezmann cancelled out Dries Mertens' opener in Naples.[57]

March[edit]

On 1 March, Barcelona lost 2–0 to bitter rivals Real Madrid away from home in the league after Malcolm Sacco said that Vinicius is not playing well and then he scored, making it the first time since 25 October 2014 that Barcelona lost at the Santiago Bernabéu in league play. It was Setién's first Clásico as a Barça coach since taking charge in January.[58]

On 7 March, Barcelona defeated Real Sociedad 1–0 at home after Lionel Messi converted a late penalty.[59]

On 12 March, the next two league matchdays were suspended to combat the spread of COVID-19.[60]

On 13 March, the club suspended all first team activity until further notice.[61]

On 23 March, La Liga was suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[62]

June[edit]

On 13 June, after a three-month hiatus, Barcelona returned to action against Real Mallorca away from home. Barcelona won 4–0 behind closed doors. Arturo Vidal, Martin Braithwaite, Jordi Alba and Messi scored for the Blaugrana. Braithwaite also scored his first goal as a Barça player.[63]

On 16 June, Barcelona defeated Leganés 2–0 at home. Ansu Fati and Messi scored.[64]

On 19 June, Barcelona drew 0–0 away against Sevilla.[65]

On 23 June, Barcelona defeated Athletic Bilbao 1–0 at home. Ivan Rakitić came off to bench to score his first goal of the season.[66]

On 27 June, Barcelona drew 2–2 away against Celta Vigo. Luis Suárez scored twice for the visitors and Fyodor Smolov and Iago Aspas scored for the home side.[67]

On 29 June, Barcelona and Juventus reached an agreement over the transfer of Arthur for a fee of €72 million plus €10 million in variables. The club also confirmed the signing of Miralem Pjanić from Juventus for a fee of €60 million plus €5 million in variables. Arthur and Pjanić will join their respective clubs once the season concludes.[68][69]

On 30 June, Getafe triggered Marc Cucurella's option to buy for €10 million.[70] On the same day Barça faced Atlético Madrid at home. The Catalans took the lead through a Diego Costa own goal but Atlético equalized with a controversial penalty, converted by Saúl Ñíguez. Barcelona took the lead through another controversial penalty decision and Messi converted his 700th career goal, but Atlético equalized once again with another questionable penalty decision, with Saúl scoring again from the spot.[71]

July[edit]

On 5 July, Barcelona defeated Villarreal 4–1 away from home. Goals from Suárez, Griezmann, Fati, and a Pau Torres own goal gave Barça the win.[72]

On 8 July, Barcelona defeated local rivals Espanyol 1–0 at home, relegating them to the Segunda División in the process. Suárez scored his 195th goal, overtaking László Kubala as the club's third top all-time goalscorer.[73]

On 11 July, Barcelona defeated Real Valladolid 1–0 away from home. Arturo Vidal scored the only goal.[74]

On 16 July, Barcelona lost to Osasuna 2–1 at home. Former Barça player José Arnaiz and Roberto Torres scored for the visitors, while Messi scored the only goal for the home side.[75] In the same day, rivals Real Madrid claimed the La Liga title in a 2–1 victory against Villarreal.[76]

On 19 July, Barcelona ended the league season by defeating Alavés 5–0 away from home. Messi scored a brace, Fati, Suárez and Nélson Semedo – with his first of the season – also scored.[77]

August[edit]

On 8 August, Barcelona defeated Napoli 3–1 at home in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie. Lenglet, Messi, and Suárez scored.[78]

On 14 August, Barcelona's season ended after losing 8–2 to Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League single-leg quarter-final. Thomas Müller and Barça loanee Philippe Coutinho scored twice, while Ivan Perišić, Serge Gnabry, Joshua Kimmich, and Robert Lewandowski all scored one goal each. David Alaba scored an own goal for the Blaugrana and Suárez scored.[79] The loss was the biggest defeat in history in a UEFA Champions League knockout match.[80]

Kits[edit]

Home
Away
Third
Fourth

Squad information[edit]

First Team[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK Germany Marc-André ter Stegen 28 EU 2014 233 0 2022 €12M
2 DF Portugal Nélson Semedo 26 EU 2017 120 1 2022 €30M
3 DF Spain Gerard Piqué (3rd captain) 33 EU 2008 540 47 2022 €5M Originally from Youth system
4 MF Croatia Ivan Rakitić 32 EU 2014 308 36 2021 €18M
5 MF Spain Sergio Busquets (vice-captain) 32 EU 2008 576 15 2023 Youth system
8 MF Brazil Arthur 24 Non-EU 2018 72 4 2024 €31M
9 FW Uruguay Luis Suárez 33 Non-EU 2014 279 195 2021 €81M
10 FW Argentina Lionel Messi (captain) 33 EU 2004 727 630 2021 Youth system Second nationality: Spain
11 FW France Ousmane Dembélé 23 EU 2017 74 19 2022 €105M
13 GK Brazil Neto 31 EU 2019 4 0 2023 €26M Second nationality: Italy
15 DF France Clément Lenglet 25 EU 2018 81 5 2023 €35.9M
17 FW France Antoine Griezmann 29 EU 2019 46 15 2024 €120M
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 31 EU 2012 332 17 2024 €14M Originally from Youth system
19 FW Denmark Martin Braithwaite 29 EU 2020 9 1 2024 €18M
20 MF Spain Sergi Roberto (4th captain) 28 EU 2010 280 9 2022 Youth system
21 MF Netherlands Frenkie de Jong 23 EU 2019 38 2 2024 €75M
22 MF Chile Arturo Vidal 33 Non-EU 2018 93 11 2021 €18M
23 DF France Samuel Umtiti 26 EU 2016 116 2 2023 €25M
24 DF Spain Junior Firpo 23 EU 2019 21 1 2024 €18M

From Barcelona B and Youth Academy[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
26 GK Spain Iñaki Peña 21 EU 2018 0 0 2021 Youth system
28 MF Spain Riqui Puig 21 EU 2018 15 0 2021 Youth system
30 MF Spain Álex Collado 21 EU 2019 2 0 2021 Youth system
31 FW Spain Ansu Fati 17 EU 2019 33 8 2022 Youth system
32 DF Spain Guillem Jaime 21 EU 2018 0 0 2020 Youth system
33 DF Uruguay Ronald Araújo 21 Non-EU 2019 6 0 2023 €1.7M
34 MF Spain Ferrán Sarsanedas 23 EU 2019 0 0 2021 Youth system
35 DF Spain Dani Morer 22 EU 2019 0 0 2021 Youth system
36 GK Spain Arnau Tenas 19 EU 2019 0 0 2023 Youth system
37 FW Japan Hiroki Abe 21 Non-EU 2019 0 0 2023 €1.1M
38 FW Ecuador Kike Saverio 21 EU 2020 0 0 2020 Youth system Second nationality: Spain
39 DF Spain Sergio Akieme 22 EU 2020 0 0 2021 €?M
40 DF Spain Chumi 21 EU 2018 3 0 2020 Youth system
41 FW Albania Rey Manaj 23 EU 2020 0 0 2023 €0.7M Second nationality: Italy
42 MF Spain Monchu 20 EU 2020 1 0 2021 Youth system
43 DF Spain Jorge Cuenca 20 EU 2018 1 0 2021 Youth system
44 DF Spain Óscar Mingueza 21 EU 2020 0 0 2021 Youth system
45 FW United States Konrad de la Fuente 19 EU 2020 0 0 2022 Youth system Second nationality: Spain
46 MF Netherlands Ludovit Reis 21 EU 2020 0 0 2022 €3.25M
47 MF Spain Jandro Orellana 20 EU 2020 0 0 2021 Youth system

Transfers[edit]

Players in[edit]

Entry date Position No. Player From club Fee Ref.
1 July 2019[A] MF 21 Netherlands Frenkie de Jong Netherlands Ajax €75,000,000[B] [81]
1 July 2019[C] DF Brazil Emerson Brazil Atlético Mineiro €12,000,000 [82]
1 July 2019[D] GK 13 Brazil Neto Spain Valencia €26,000,000[E] [83]
12 July 2019 FW 17 France Antoine Griezmann Spain Atletico Madrid €120,000,000 [84]
16 July 2019 DF Spain Marc Cucurella Spain Eibar €4,000,000 [85]
4 August 2019 DF 24 Spain Junior Firpo Spain Real Betis €18,000,000[F] [86]
20 February 2020 FW 19 Denmark Martin Braithwaite Spain Leganés €18,000,000 [87]
Total €273,000,000
  1. ^ Deal agreed 23 January 2019.
  2. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €86,000,000.
  3. ^ Deal agreed 31 January 2019.
  4. ^ Deal agreed 27 June 2019.
  5. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €35,000,000.
  6. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €30,000,000.

Players out[edit]

Exit date Position No. Player To club Fee Ref.
1 July 2019[A] DF Brazil Emerson Spain Real Betis €6,000,000[B] [88]
25 June 2019 FW Spain Marc Cardona Spain Osasuna €2,500,000 [89]
25 June 2019 MF Portugal André Gomes England Everton €25,000,000 [C] [90]
27 May 2019 DF Spain Marc Cucurella Spain Eibar €2,000,000
30 June 2019 MF Spain Denis Suárez Spain Celta Vigo €12,900,000 [D] [91]
1 July 2019 DF 24 Belgium Thomas Vermaelen Japan Vissel Kobe Free transfer[E] [92]
1 July 2019 DF Brazil Douglas Turkey Beşiktaş Free transfer[F]
26 June 2019 GK 13 Netherlands Jasper Cillessen Spain Valencia €35,000,000 [93]
1 July 2019 DF 17 Colombia Jeison Murillo Spain Valencia Loan Return
1 July 2019 FW 19 Ghana Kevin-Prince Boateng Italy Sassuolo Loan Return
5 July 2019 DF Spain Sergi Palencia France Saint-Étienne €2,000,000 [G] [94]
13 July 2019 GK Spain Adrián Ortolá Spain Tenerife Undisclosed [95]
2 August 2019 FW 14 Brazil Malcom Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg €40,000,000 [H] [96]
Total €125,400,000
  1. ^ Deal agreed 31 January 2019.
  2. ^ Option to buy back for €6,000,000 or sell for additional €6,000,000 in 2021.
  3. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €29,000,000.
  4. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €16,000,000.
  5. ^ Joined on July 27.
  6. ^ Joined on July 27.
  7. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €3,000,000.
  8. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €45,000,000.

Loans out[edit]

Start date End date Position No. Player To club Fee Ref.
18 July 2019 End of season DF Spain Marc Cucurella Spain Getafe None [A] [97]
19 August 2019 End of season MF 7 Brazil Philippe Coutinho Germany Bayern Munich €8,500,000 [B] [98][99]
2 September 2019 End of season MF 12 Brazil Rafinha Spain Celta Vigo None [C] [100]
28 December 2019 End of season MF 19 Spain Carles Aleñá Spain Real Betis None [101]
15 January 2020 End of season DF 6 France Jean-Clair Todibo Germany Schalke 04 €1,500,000 [D] [102]
30 January 2020 End of season FW 27 Spain Carles Pérez Italy Roma None [E][F] [103]
31 January 2020 End of season FW 29 Spain Abel Ruiz Portugal Braga None [G] [104]
31 January 2020 End of season DF 16 Senegal Moussa Wagué France Nice None [H] [105]
  1. ^ Option to buy for €6,000,000. end of the season.
  2. ^ Option to buy for €120,000,000. end of the season.
  3. ^ Potential add-ons of up to €1.5m.
  4. ^ Option to buy for €25,000,000. end of the season.
  5. ^ Potential add-ons of up to €3.5m.
  6. ^ Compulsory purchase for €11,000,000. end of the season.
  7. ^ Compulsory purchase for €8,000,000. end of the season.
  8. ^ Option to buy for €10,000,000. end of the season.

Transfer summary[edit]

Undisclosed fees are not included in the transfer totals.

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

23 July 2019 (2019-07-23) Rakuten Cup Barcelona Spain 1–2 England Chelsea Saitama, Japan
17:30 JST
Report
Stadium: Saitama Stadium 2002
Attendance: 51,126
Referee: Masaaki Iemoto (Japan)
27 July 2019 (2019-07-27) Rakuten Cup Vissel Kobe Japan 0–2 Spain Barcelona Kobe, Japan
17:30 JST
Report
Stadium: Noevir Stadium Kobe
Attendance: 27,720
Referee: Yudai Yamamoto (Japan)
4 August 2019 (2019-08-04) Joan Gamper Trophy Barcelona Spain 2–1 England Arsenal Barcelona, Spain
20:00 CEST
Report Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 98,812
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera (Valencia)
7 August 2019 (2019-08-07) La Liga Serie A Cup Barcelona Spain 2–1 Italy Napoli Miami, United States
19:00 EDT
Report
Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium
Attendance: 57,062
Referee: Ted Unkel (United States)
10 August 2019 (2019-08-10) La Liga Serie A Cup Napoli Italy 0–4
(1–6 agg.)
Spain Barcelona Ann Arbor, United States
17:00 EDT
Report
Stadium: Michigan Stadium
Attendance: 60,043
Referee: Rubiel Vazquez (United States)
13 November 2019 (2019-11-13) Friendly[106] Cartagena Spain 0–2 Spain Barcelona Cartagena, Spain
19:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Report Pérez Goal 64'
Marqués Goal 88'
Stadium: Cartagonova
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: Madrid Martínez (Region of Murcia)

Competitions[edit]

Overview[edit]

Competition First match Last match Starting round Final position Record
Pld W D L GF GA GD Win %
La Liga 18 August 2019 19 July 2020 Matchday 1 2nd 38 25 7 6 86 38 +48 065.79
Copa del Rey 22 January 2020 6 February 2020 Round of 32 Quarter-finals 3 2 0 1 7 2 +5 066.67
Supercopa de España 9 January 2020 Semi-finals Semi-finals 1 0 0 1 2 3 −1 000.00
Champions League 17 September 2019 14 August 2020 Group stage Quarter-finals 9 5 3 1 15 14 +1 055.56
Total 51 32 10 9 110 57 +53 062.75

Last updated: 14 August 2020

Source: Soccerway

La Liga[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Real Madrid (C) 38 26 9 3 70 25 +45 87 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Barcelona 38 25 7 6 86 38 +48 82
3 Atlético Madrid 38 18 16 4 51 27 +24 70
4 Sevilla 38 19 13 6 54 34 +20 70
5 Villarreal 38 18 6 14 63 49 +14 60 Qualification for the Europa League group stage
Source: La Liga, Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Fair-play points (Note: Head-to-head record is used only after all the matches between the teams in question have been played)[107]
(C) Champion.

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 25 7 6 86 38  +48 82 16 2 1 52 16  +36 9 5 5 34 22  +12

Last updated: 19 July 2020 (2020-07-19).
Source: La Liga

Results by round[edit]

Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738
GroundAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
ResultLWDWLWWWWWLWWWWDDWDWLWWWWLWWWDWDDWWWLW
Position169858642111111111111222212111222222222
Updated to match(es) played on 19 July 2020 (2020-07-19). Source: La Liga
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Matches[edit]

The La Liga schedule was announced on 4 July 2019.[108]

16 August 2019 (2019-08-16) 1 Athletic Bilbao 1–0 Barcelona Bilbao
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 47,693
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
25 August 2019 (2019-08-25) 2 Barcelona 5–2 Real Betis Barcelona
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 79,159
Referee: José Luis González González
31 August 2019 (2019-08-31) 3 Osasuna 2–2 Barcelona Pamplona
17:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: El Sadar
Attendance: 16,742
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
14 September 2019 (2019-09-14) 4 Barcelona 5–2 Valencia Barcelona
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 81,617
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
21 September 2019 (2019-09-21) 5 Granada 2–0 Barcelona Granada
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Nuevo Los Cármenes
Attendance: 18,880
Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
24 September 2019 (2019-09-24) 6 Barcelona 2–1 Villarreal Barcelona
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 70,316
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea
28 September 2019 (2019-09-28) 7 Getafe 0–2 Barcelona Getafe
16:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Attendance: 15,135
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
6 October 2019 (2019-10-06) 8 Barcelona 4–0 Sevilla Barcelona
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 81,331
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
19 October 2019 (2019-10-19) 9 Eibar 0–3 Barcelona Eibar
13:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Ipurua
Attendance: 7,295
Referee: Mario Melero López
29 October 2019 (2019-10-29) 10 Barcelona 5–1 Valladolid Barcelona
21:15 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 59,896
Referee: Javier Alberola Rojas
2 November 2019 (2019-11-02) 11 Levante 3–1 Barcelona Valencia
16:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Ciutat de València
Attendance: 23,341
Referee: Alejandro Hernández Hernández
9 November 2019 (2019-11-09) 12 Barcelona 4–1 Celta Vigo Barcelona
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 71,209
Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
23 November 2019 (2019-11-23) 13 Leganés 1–2 Barcelona Leganés
13:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Butarque
Attendance: 9,465
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre
1 December 2019 (2019-12-01) 14 Atlético Madrid 0–1 Barcelona Madrid
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Wanda Metropolitano
Attendance: 64,226
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
7 December 2019 (2019-12-07) 15 Barcelona 5–2 Mallorca Barcelona
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 71,072
Referee: José Luis Munuera Montero
14 December 2019 (2019-12-14) 16 Real Sociedad 2–2 Barcelona San Sebastián
16:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Anoeta
Attendance: 36,639
Referee: Javier Alberola Rojas
18 December 2019 (2019-12-18) 17 Barcelona 0–0 Real Madrid Barcelona
20:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 93,426
Referee: Alejandro Hernández Hernández
Note: The match was scheduled for 26 October 2019, but was postponed on 18 October due to the 2019 Catalan protests.[109]
21 December 2019 (2019-12-21) 18 Barcelona 4–1 Alavés Barcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 63,054
Referee: Mario Melero López
4 January 2020 (2020-01-04) 19 Espanyol 2–2 Barcelona Barcelona
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: RCDE Stadium
Attendance: 33,562
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
19 January 2020 (2020-01-19) 20 Barcelona 1–0 Granada Barcelona
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 65,444
Referee: Valentín Pizarro Gómez
25 January 2020 (2020-01-25) 21 Valencia 2–0 Barcelona Valencia
16:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 45,882
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
2 February 2020 (2020-02-02) 22 Barcelona 2–1 Levante Barcelona
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 60,295
Referee: Adrián Cordero Vega
9 February 2020 (2020-02-09) 23 Real Betis 2–3 Barcelona Seville
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Benito Villamarín
Attendance: 54,526
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
15 February 2020 (2020-02-15) 24 Barcelona 2–1 Getafe Barcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 78,814
Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
22 February 2020 (2020-02-22) 25 Barcelona 5–0 Eibar Barcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 66,970
Referee: César Soto Grado
1 March 2020 (2020-03-01) 26 Real Madrid 2–0 Barcelona Madrid
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 78,357
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
7 March 2020 (2020-03-07) 27 Barcelona 1–0 Real Sociedad Barcelona
18:30 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 77,035
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
13 June 2020 (2020-06-13) 28 Mallorca 0–4 Barcelona Palma
22:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Son Moix
Attendance: 0
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 14 March, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic,[110] and rescheduled to 13 June.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
16 June 2020 (2020-06-16) 29 Barcelona 2–0 Leganés Barcelona
22:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 0
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 22 March, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[110] and rescheduled to 16 June.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
19 June 2020 (2020-06-19) 30 Sevilla 0–0 Barcelona Seville
22:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 0
Referee: José Luis González González
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 5 April, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.[112] and rescheduled to 19 June.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
23 June 2020 (2020-06-23) 31 Barcelona 1–0 Athletic Bilbao Barcelona
22:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 0
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 12 April, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 23 June.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
27 June 2020 (2020-06-27) 32 Celta Vigo 2–2 Barcelona Vigo
17:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Abanca-Balaídos
Attendance: 0
Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 22 April, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 27 June.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
30 June 2020 (2020-06-30) 33 Barcelona 2–2 Atlético Madrid Barcelona
22:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 0
Referee: Alejandro Hernández Hernández
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 26 April, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 30 June.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
5 July 2020 (2020-07-05) 34 Villarreal 1–4 Barcelona Villarreal
22:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Estadio de la Cerámica
Attendance: 0
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 3 May, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 5 July.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
8 July 2020 (2020-07-08) 35 Barcelona 1–0 Espanyol Barcelona
22:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 0
Referee: José Luis Munuera Montero
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 10 May, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 8 July.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
11 July 2020 (2020-07-11) 36 Valladolid 0–1 Barcelona Valladolid
19:30 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: José Zorrilla
Attendance: 0
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 13 May, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 12 July.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
16 July 2020 (2020-07-16) 37 Barcelona 1–2 Osasuna Barcelona
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 0
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 17 May, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 16 July.[111] It was played behind closed doors.
19 July 2020 (2020-07-19) 38 Alavés 0–5 Barcelona Vitoria-Gasteiz
17:00 CEST (UTC+2) Report
Stadium: Mendizorrotza
Attendance: 0
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
Note: The match was originally scheduled for 24 May, but was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,[112] and rescheduled to 19 July.[111] It was played behind closed doors.

Copa del Rey[edit]

22 January 2020 (2020-01-22) Round of 32 Ibiza 1–2 Barcelona Ibiza
19:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Estadi Municipal de Can Misses
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Pablo González Fuertes
30 January 2020 (2020-01-30) Round of 16 Barcelona 5–0 Leganés Barcelona
19:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 43,216
Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
6 February 2020 Quarter-finals Athletic Bilbao 1–0 Barcelona Bilbao
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 49,154
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera

Supercopa de España[edit]

9 January 2020 (2020-01-09) Semi-final Barcelona 2–3 Atlético Madrid Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
22:00 AST (UTC+3)
Report
Stadium: King Abdullah Sports City
Attendance: 58,410
Referee: José Luis González González

UEFA Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Group F
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification BAR DOR INT SLP
1 Spain Barcelona 6 4 2 0 9 4 +5 14 Advance to knockout phase 3–1 2–1 0–0
2 Germany Borussia Dortmund 6 3 1 2 8 8 0 10 0–0 3–2 2–1
3 Italy Inter Milan 6 2 1 3 10 9 +1 7 Transfer to Europa League 1–2 2–0 1–1
4 Czech Republic Slavia Prague 6 0 2 4 4 10 −6 2 1–2 0–2 1–3
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers
17 September 2019 (2019-09-17) 1 Borussia Dortmund Germany 0–0 Spain Barcelona Dortmund, Germany
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Westfalenstadion
Attendance: 66,099
Referee: Ovidiu Haţegan (Romania)
2 October 2019 (2019-10-02) 2 Barcelona Spain 2–1 Italy Inter Milan Barcelona, Spain
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 86,141
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
23 October 2019 (2019-10-23) 3 Slavia Prague Czech Republic 1–2 Spain Barcelona Prague, Czech Republic
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Sinobo Stadium
Attendance: 19,170
Referee: Bobby Madden (Scotland)
5 November 2019 (2019-11-05) 4 Barcelona Spain 0–0 Czech Republic Slavia Prague Barcelona, Spain
18:55 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 67,023
Referee: Michael Oliver (England)
27 November 2019 (2019-11-27) 5 Barcelona Spain 3–1 Germany Borussia Dortmund Barcelona, Spain
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 90,071
Referee: Clément Turpin (France)
10 December 2019 (2019-12-10) 6 Inter Milan Italy 1–2 Spain Barcelona Milan, Italy
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: San Siro
Attendance: 71,818
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)

Knockout phase[edit]

25 February 2020 Round of 16
First leg
Napoli Italy 1–1 Spain Barcelona Naples, Italy
21:00 CET (UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Stadio San Paolo
Attendance: 44,388
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)
8 August 2020 Round of 16
Second leg
Barcelona Spain 3–1
(4–2 agg.)
Italy Napoli Barcelona, Spain
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 0[113]
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
Note: The match between Barcelona and Napoli in Barcelona was meant to be played behind closed doors due to an outbreak of COVID-19 in Spain.[114] However, on 13 March, the match was indefinitely postponed due to a pandemic of COVID-19 in Spain.[115] The match was rescheduled on 17 June to 8 August.[116]
14 August 2020 (2020-08-14) Quarter-finals Barcelona Spain 2–8 Germany Bayern Munich Lisbon, Portugal
21:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Estádio da Luz
Attendance: 0[113]
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)

Statistics[edit]

Squad appearances and goals[edit]

Last updated on 14 August 2020.
No. Pos Nat Player Total La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Goalkeepers
1 GK Germany Marc-André ter Stegen 46 0 36 0 8 0 2 0 0 0
13 GK Brazil Neto 5 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0
Defenders
2 DF Portugal Nélson Semedo 42 1 24+8 1 7 0 3 0 0 0
3 DF Spain Gerard Piqué 45 1 35 1 7 0 2 0 1 0
15 DF France Clément Lenglet 40 4 28 2 8+1 1 3 1 0 0
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 36 2 25+2 2 5 0 2+1 0 1 0
23 DF France Samuel Umtiti 18 0 10+3 0 3 0 0+1 0 1 0
24 DF Spain Junior Firpo 23 1 11+6 1 3+1 0 1+1 0 0 0
33 DF Uruguay Ronald Araújo 6 0 2+4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Midfielders
4 MF Croatia Ivan Rakitić 42 1 16+15 1 4+3 0 2+1 0 0+1 0
5 MF Spain Sergio Busquets 43 2 29+4 2 7 0 2 0 1 0
8 MF Brazil Arthur 28 4 14+7 3 3+1 0 0+3 1 0 0
20 MF Spain Sergi Roberto 39 1 27+3 1 4+2 0 2 0 1 0
21 MF Netherlands Frenkie de Jong 42 2 24+5 2 8+1 0 3 0 1 0
22 MF Chile Arturo Vidal 43 8 16+17 8 4+3 0 1+1 0 1 0
28 MF Spain Riqui Puig 12 0 5+6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
30 MF Spain Álex Collado 1 0 0+1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
42 MF Spain Monchu 1 0 0 0 0+1 0 0 0 0 0
Forwards
9 FW Uruguay Luis Suárez 36 21 22+6 16 6+1 5 0 0 1 0
10 FW Argentina Lionel Messi 44 31 32+1 25 7+1 3 2 2 1 1
11 FW France Ousmane Dembélé 9 1 3+2 1 2+2 0 0 0 0 0
17 FW France Antoine Griezmann 48 15 31+4 9 7+2 2 2+1 3 1 1
19 FW Denmark Martin Braithwaite 11 1 4+7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
31 FW Spain Ansu Fati 33 8 11+13 7 1+4 1 3 0 0+1 0
Players who have made an appearance this season but have left the club
6 DF France Jean-Clair Todibo 3 0 1+1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
16 DF Senegal Moussa Wagué 3 0 1 0 1+1 0 0 0 0 0
19 MF Spain Carles Aleñá 5 0 2+2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
27 FW Spain Carles Pérez 12 2 5+5 1 1 1 1 0 0 0
12 MF Brazil Rafinha 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Squad statistics[edit]

As of 16 February 2020[117]
League Europe Cup Others Total
Games played 38 8 3 1 50
Games won 25 5 2 0 32
Games drawn 7 3 0 0 10
Games lost 6 0 1 1 8
Goals scored 86 13 7 2 108
Goals conceded 38 6 2 3 49
Goal difference 48 5 5 -1 59
Clean sheets 15 2 1 0 18
Goal by Substitute 10 2 1 0 13
Total shots 307 81 36 16 404
Shots on target 139 31 17 19 206
Corners 114 26 12 6 158
Players used 26 23 19 13 27
Offsides 55 8 7 2 72
Fouls suffered 333 79 53 14 479
Fouls committed 272 70 33 18 393
Yellow cards 85 20 7 4 116
Red cards 6 1 0 0 7

Goalscorers[edit]

No. Pos. Nat. Name La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa de España Total
10 FW Argentina Lionel Messi 25 3 2 1 31
9 FW Uruguay Luis Suárez 16 5 0 0 21
17 FW France Antoine Griezmann 9 2 3 1 15
22 MF Chile Arturo Vidal 8 0 0 0 8
31 FW Spain Ansu Fati 7 1 0 0 8
8 MF Brazil Arthur 3 0 1 0 4
15 DF France Clément Lenglet 2 1 1 0 4
5 MF Spain Sergio Busquets 2 0 0 0 2
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 2 0 0 0 2
21 MF Netherlands Frenkie de Jong 2 0 0 0 2
27 FW Spain Carles Pérez 1 1 0 0 2
2 DF Portugal Nélson Semedo 1 0 0 0 1
3 DF Spain Gerard Piqué 1 0 0 0 1
4 MF Croatia Ivan Rakitić 1 0 0 0 1
11 FW France Ousmane Dembélé 1 0 0 0 1
19 FW Denmark Martin Braithwaite 1 0 0 0 1
20 MF Spain Sergi Roberto 1 0 0 0 1
24 DF Spain Junior Firpo 1 0 0 0 1
Own goals 2 2 0 0 4
TOTAL 86 15 7 2 110

As of match played 14 August 2020.[118]

Hat-tricks[edit]

Player Against Result Date Competition Ref
Argentina Lionel Messi Spain Celta Vigo 4–1 (H) 9 November 2019 La Liga
Argentina Lionel Messi Spain Mallorca 5–2 (H) 7 December 2019 La Liga
Argentina Lionel Messi4 Spain Eibar 5–0 (H) 22 February 2020 La Liga

(H) – Home; (A) – Away

Disciplinary record[edit]

N P Nat. Name La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa de España Total Notes
Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card
2 DF Portugal Nélson Semedo 1 2 3
3 DF Spain Gerard Piqué 8 3 11
4 MF Spain Ivan Rakitić 2 1 3
5 MF Spain Sergio Busquets 5 3 8
9 FW Uruguay Luis Suárez 4 4
11 FW France Ousmane Dembélé 1 1 1 2 1
15 DF France Clément Lenglet 4 2 2 6 2
17 FW France Antoine Griezmann 2 1 3
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 5 1 6
20 MF Spain Sergi Roberto 6 1 7
21 MF Netherlands Frenkie de Jong 1 1 1 1
22 MF Chile Arturo Vidal 4 1 5
24 DF Spain Junior Firpo 2 1 3
33 DF Uruguay Ronald Araújo 1 1
8 MF Brazil Arthur 1 1
31 FW Spain Ansu Fati 1 1 2
23 DF France Samuel Umtiti 2 2
10 FW Argentina Lionel Messi 1 1 2

Last updated: 6 October 2019
Source: ESPNFC.com, FCBarcelona.com
Ordered by Red card, Second yellow card and Yellow card
Yellow card = Number of bookings; Second yellow card = Number of sending offs after a second yellow card; Red card = Number of sending offs by a direct red card.

Injury record[edit]

N P Nat. Name Type Status Source Match Inj. Date Ret. Date
10 FW Argentina Messi right calf injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com Pre-Season 5 August 2019 21 August 2019
13 GK Brazil Neto left wrist injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com Pre-Season 11 August 2019 13 September 2019
9 FW Uruguay Suárez right calf injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Athletic Bilbao 16 August 2019 10 September 2019
11 FW France Dembélé left hamstring injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 19 August 2019 22 September 2019
10 FW Argentina Messi right calf injury Recovery icon.png Mundo Deportivo in training 28 August 2019 15 September 2019
24 DF Spain Junior strained ligament in left knee Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 31 August 2019 6 September 2019
23 DF France Umtiti small fracture to the second metatarsal Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training with France 13 September 2019 18 October 2019
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba left hamstring injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Borussia Dortmund 17 September 2019 5 October 2019
10 FW Argentina Messi left adductor injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Villarreal CF 24 September 2019 30 September 2019
11 FW France Dembélé left hamstring injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 28 September 2019 30 September 2019
24 DF Spain Junior right hamstring injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 1 October 2019 18 October 2019
20 DF Spain Sergi Roberto strained ligament in left knee Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Eibar 19 October 2019 29 October 2019
23 DF France Umtiti bruised knee Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 22 October 2019 4 November 2019
9 FW Uruguay Suárez right calf injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Levante 2 November 2019 8 November 2019
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba left hamstring injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Slavia Prague 5 November 2019 13 December 2019
2 DF Portugal Nélson Semedo left calf injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Celta vigo 9 November 2019 13 December 2019
15 DF France Clement Lenglet calf injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training with France 18 November 2019 28 November 2019
11 FW France Dembélé right thigh injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Borussia Dortmund 27 November 2019 13 August 2020
8 MF Brazil Arthur groin injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 6 December 2019 22 January 2020
1 GK Germany Marc-Andre ter Stegen right knee injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 22 December 2019 22 January 2020
9 FW Uruguay Suárez right knee injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 12 January 2020 07 June 2020
13 GK Brazil Neto sprained left ankle Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Ibiza 22 January 2020 21 February 2020

Injury icon 2.svg - Player is injured
Recovery icon.png - Player has recovered from injury
Last updated: 08 June 2020
Source:[citation needed]

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