List of FC Barcelona records and statistics

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Lionel Messi, pictured in 2015, is Barcelona's all-time top-scorer with 557 goals in all competitions.[1][2]

Futbol Club Barcelona (Catalan pronunciation: [fubˈbɔɫ ˈkɫub bərsəˈɫonə] (About this sound listen)), also known as Barcelona and familiarly as Barça,[note 1] 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]

Barcelona played its first friendly match on 8 December 1899 against the English colony in Barcelona in the old velodrome in Bonanova.[5] 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, and has since achieved the distinction of being one of only three clubs to have never been relegated, along with Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao. Barcelona is the only European club to have played continental football every season since 1955. Barcelona holds a long-standing rivalry with Real Madrid, with matches between the two teams referred to as "El Clásico" (El Clàssic in Catalan). Matches against city rivals Espanyol are known as the "Derbi barceloní".

Barcelona has amassed various records since its founding. Regionally, domestically and continentally, the club has set several records in winning various official and unofficial competitions. During the time the club played in regional competitions until the end of the Catalan championship in 1940, it won a record 23 titles from a possible 38. In 2009, Barcelona became the first Spanish club to win the treble consisting of La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the UEFA Champions League, and in 2015 it became the first club in Europe to win a second treble. Barcelona has signed several high-profile players, setting the world record in transfer fees on three occasions with the purchase of Johan Cruyff in 1973, Diego Maradona in 1982 and Ronaldo in 1996. The club's players have received seven FIFA World Player of the Year awards, seven Ballon d'Or awards, four FIFA Ballon d'Ors, 3 UEFA Best Player in Europe awards and 6 European Golden Shoe awards, more than those of any other club.

Honours

FC Barcelona won their first trophy in 1902 when they won the Copa Merica, 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.[6]

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.[6]

They are the most successful club in Spain, having won a total of 70 domestic titles: 24 La Liga, a record 29 Copa del Rey, a record 12 Supercopa de España, a record 3 Copa Eva Duarte[note 2] 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, 14 of which are UEFA competitions excluding a record 3 Inter-Cities Fairs Cups, considered the predecessor of the UEFA Europa League.[7] They have won five UEFA Champions League titles, a record five UEFA Super Cup, a record four UEFA Cup Winners' Cups, a record three Inter-Cities Fairs Cups [8] and a record three FIFA Club World Cup trophies.[9]

Regional titles

  • 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

  • Winners (29) (record):
1909–10: 3–2 vs. Club Español de Madrid
1911–12: 2–0 vs. R. S. Gimnástica Española
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. Athletic 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 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
2014–15: 3–1 vs. Athletic Bilbao
2015–16: 2–0 vs. Sevilla
2016–17: 3–1 vs. Deportivo Alavés
  • Runners up (10):
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 (12) (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. 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
2016: 5–0 (0–2 / 3–0) vs. Sevilla
  • Runners up (10):
1985: 2–3 (3–1 / 1–0) 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
2015: 1–5 (4–0/ 1–1) vs. Athletic Bilbao
2017: 1–5 (1–3/ 0–2) 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

The Pyrenees Cup
  • Winners (5):
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
2014–15: 3–1 vs. Juventus
  • Runners up (3):
1960–61: 2–3 vs. Benfica
1985–86: 0–0 vs. Steaua București (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 (5) (shared record):
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. Porto
2015: 5–4 vs. Sevilla
  • 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 (2) (shared record):
1949: 2–1 vs. Sporting CP
1952: 1–0 vs. Nice

Worldwide titles

  • Winners (3):
2009: 2–1 vs. Estudiantes
2011: 4–0 vs. Santos
2015: 3–0 vs. River Plate
  • Runners up (2):
1992: 1–2 vs. São Paulo
2006: 0–1 vs. Internacional
  • Winners (1):
1957

Doubles and trebles

  • La Liga and Copa del Rey doubles : (7)
1951–52, 1952–53, 1958–59, 1997–98, 2008–09 (as part of treble), 2014–15 (as part of treble), 2015–16
  • La Liga and European Cup doubles: (5)
1991–92, 2005–06, 2008–09 (as part of treble), 2010–11 and 2014–15 (as part of treble)
  • Copa del Rey and UEFA Cup Winner's Cup: (1)
1996–97
  • La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League: (2)
2008–09
2014–15

Unofficial titles

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.).[25][26]

Records

Most appearances

All competitions

As of 18 November 2017
Ranking Nationality Name Position Years League Cup Europe Others Total Ref
1  Spain Xavi, Xavi MF 1998–2015 505 70 173 19 767
2  Spain Iniesta, AndrésAndrés Iniesta MF 2002– 422 68 133 21 644
3  Argentina Messi, LionelLionel Messi FW 2004– 394 62 123 22 601
4  Spain Puyol, CarlesCarles Puyol DF 1999–2014 392 58 131 12 593 [27]
5  Spain Migueli, Migueli DF 1973–1989 391 60 85 13 549
6  Spain Valdés, VíctorVíctor Valdés GK 2002–2014 387 12 118 18 535 [28]
7  Spain Busquets, SergioSergio Busquets MF 2008– 292 49 91 18 450
8  Spain Rexach, CarlesCarles Rexach FW 1965–1981 328 58 63 0 449
9  Spain Amor, GuillermoGuillermo Amor MF 1988–1998 311 35 60 15 421
10  Spain Piqué, GerardGerard Piqué DF 2008– 255 46 91 19 411

Top goalscorers

All competitions

As of 18 November 2017[1][2]
Ranking Nationality Name Years Official goals Total Ref
1  Argentina Lionel Messi 2004– 523 557 [30]
2  Spain César 1942–1955 232 301
3  Hungary László Kubala 1950–1961 194 280
4  Spain Josep Samitier 1919–1932 184 333
5  Spain Josep Escolà 1934–1949 167 223
6  Philippines Paulino Alcántara 1912–16, 1918–27 143 369
7  Cameroon Samuel Eto'o 2004–2009 130 152
8  Brazil Rivaldo 1997–2002 130 136
9  Spain Mariano Martín 1940–1948 128 188
10  Spain Ángel Arocha 1926–1933 127 215

International competitions

As of 18 November 2017
Ranking Nationality Name Years CL CWC EL ICFC LC SC FCWC Total
1  Argentina Messi, LionelLionel Messi 2004– 97 0 0 0 0 3 5 105
2  Brazil Rivaldo, Rivaldo 1997–2002 25 0 5 0 0 1 0 31
3  Spain Luis Enrique, Luis Enrique 1996–2004 20 0 6 0 0 1 0 27
 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  Uruguay Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez 2014– 18 0 0 0 0 1 5 24
8  Bulgaria Stoichkov, HristoHristo Stoichkov 1990–95,1996–98 15 6 0 0 0 1 1 23
9  Spain Zaldúa, JoséJosé Zaldúa 1961–1971 0 4 0 18 0 0 0 22
10  Brazil Neymar, Neymar 2013–2017 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 21
 Hungary Kocsis, SándorSándor Kocsis 1958–1965 7 3 0 11 0 0 0 21

La Liga

As of 18 November 2017
Ranking Nationality Name Years Goals
1  Argentina Lionel Messi 2004– 361
2  Spain César 1942–1955 190
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
 Uruguay Luis Suárez 2014– 90
8  Spain Estanislao Basora 1946–1958 89
10  Brazil Rivaldo 1997–2002 86

Copa del Rey

As of 18 November 2017
Ranking Nationality Name Years Goals
1  Spain Josep Samitier 1919–1932 65
2  Hungary László Kubala 1950–1961 49
3  Argentina Lionel Messi 2004– 44
4  Spain César 1942–1955 36
5  Spain Paulino Alcántara 1912–16,1918–27 35
6  Spain Josep Escolà 1934–37,1940–48 34
7  Paraguay Eulogio Martínez 1956–1962 32
8  Spain Ángel Arocha 1926–1933 29
9  Spain Mariano Martín 1939–1948 26
10  Spain José Antonio Zaldúa 1961–1971 25

Goalkeepers records

Víctor Valdés has won the Zamora Trophy five times.

Players' individual honours and awards while playing with Barcelona

Other individual records for the club

Pedro became the first player in history to score in six different competitions in one season.

Managerial records

Team records

Barcelona's team records include the following:[60]

La Liga

Points

  • Most points in a season:[61]
    • 100 points in the 2012–13 season (La Liga Record).
  • The team with most points at the end of the first half of the league:[62]
    • 55 points during the 2012–13 season (La Liga Record).
  • The team with most points at the end of the second half of the league:[60]
  • Maximum difference over the runner up:[62]

Goals

A chart showing the progress of Barcelona's cumulative goal difference in La Liga.
  • Most away goals scored in a League season:
  • Season with the best goal difference in a League season:
  • Season with most goals scored in League matches:
    • In 2016–17 season, the club scored a total number of 116 goals in 38 games.[60][63]
  • 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.[60][65]
  • Only Spanish team to score in all away games in a La Liga season:
    • In 2010–11 season, 19 games [66]
  • 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.[60][67]
    • The club conceded a total number of 21 goals in 38 in the 2010–11 season.
  • Season with most goals conceded:
    • The club conceded a total number of 66 goals in 26 games in the 1941–42 season.[60][68]
  • Most goals scored in a calendar year - all competitions:[2]
    • 180 goals in 2015

Streaks

  • Consecutive La Liga titles:[60][69]
  • Longest consecutive unbeaten matches in La Liga:[60]
    • 31 games, week 3 to week 33 in the 2010–11 season.
  • Longest consecutive unbeaten matches at home in La Liga:[60]
  • Longest consecutive unbeaten matches away from home in La Liga (record):[60][70]
    • 23 games (14 February 2010 to 30 April 2011)
  • Longest consecutive unbeaten matches in La Liga from first game:[60]
  • Longest winning run in La Liga (record):[60]
  • Longest winning run at home in La Liga:[60]
  • Longest winning run in away matches in La Liga (record):[61]
    • 12 games (1 May 2010 to 12 February 2011)
  • Longest consecutive scoring in the La Liga (record):[61]
    • 72 games (4 February 2012 to 19 October 2013)
  • Longest consecutive scoring at home in La Liga:[60]
  • Longest consecutive scoring in away matches in La Liga (record):[61]
    • 26 games,from game 35 (1 May 2010) of the 2009–10 season until game 12 (6 November 2011) of the 2011–12 season.
  • Most consecutive wins and best away start in La Liga (record):[60]
  • Biggest home win in La Liga:[60]
  • Biggest away win in La Liga (record):[60]
  • Most consecutive matches as leader of La Liga:[71]
    • 59 matchdays (from matchday 1 of the 2012–13 season to matchday 21 of the 2013–14 season).

International

  • Only team to have appeared in every year of the continental competition:[60]
    • Barcelona has participated since the inception in 1955.
  • Highest win in European competitions at home games:[60]
  • Highest win in European competition at away games:[60]
  • Most consecutive wins in the UEFA Champions League:[60]
  • Most goals in a UEFA Champions League season:[60]
  • Most FIFA World Cup Golden Balls won by the players from a single club:
  • Most FIFA Club World Cup Golden Balls won by the players from a single club:
  • Most FIFA/France Football Ballons d'Or won by the players from a single club:[48]
  • Most European Golden Shoe awards won by the players from a single club:
  • Only team that have been represented by final three contenders at a FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala:
  • Only team of which youth academy has been represented by final three contenders at a FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala:
  • Only team that have collected all the awards (Golden Boot, Golden Ball, Silver Ball, Bronze Ball and Fair Play award) at a single FIFA Club World Cup:[72]

All competitions

Transfer fee paid

Ranking Nationality Name From Fee Date Ref
1  France Dembélé, OusmaneOusmane Dembélé Germany Borussia Dortmund £97M 2017 [77][78][79]
2  Uruguay Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez England Liverpool £75M 2014 [80][81][82][83]
3  Sweden Ibrahimović, ZlatanZlatan Ibrahimović Italy Inter Milan £59M (£37M plus Samuel Eto'o)[a] 2009 [85][86]
4  Brazil Neymar, Neymar Brazil Santos £48.6M 2013 [87]
5  Spain Fàbregas, CescCesc Fàbregas England Arsenal £35M 2011 [88][89]
6  Spain Villa, DavidDavid Villa Spain Valencia £34.2M 2010 [90][91]
7  Netherlands Overmars, MarcMarc Overmars England Arsenal £25M 2000 [92]
Notes
  1. ^ Ibrahimović was transferred in a part-exchange deal worth €46 million, plus the rights to Samuel Eto'o (valued at €20M by Barcelona), and a single season loan of Alexander Hleb. Since Hleb refused to move to Inter, Barcelona had to pay a reported extra €3M to complete Ibrahimović's switch. The combined fee was thus €69M.[84]

Transfer fee received

Ranking Nationality Name To Fee Date Ref
1  Brazil , NeymarNeymar France Paris Saint-Germain £198M August 2, 2017 [93][94][95][96]
2  Portugal Figo, LuísLuís Figo Spain Real Madrid £37M July 24, 2000 [97][98]
3  Chile Sánchez, AlexisAlexis Sánchez England Arsenal £35M July 10, 2014 [99][100]
4  Spain Fàbregas, CescCesc Fàbregas England Chelsea £30M June 12, 2014 [101][102]
5  Spain Thiago Germany Bayern München £25M July 14, 2013 [103][104]
6  Ivory Coast Touré, YayaYaya Touré England Manchester City £24M July 2, 2010 [103][104]
7  Sweden Ibrahimović, ZlatanZlatan Ibrahimović Italy Milan £24M June 18, 2011 [105]

See also

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Notes
  1. ^ Pronounced [ˈbar.sə].
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ Includes a goal scored in the 2017 International Champions Cup.
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