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On November 29, 1899, Hans Gamper founded Futbol Club Barcelona, along with eleven other enthusiasts of 'foot-ball', a game that was still largely unknown in this part of the world.
He could never have imagined the magnitude of what that initiative would eventually develop into. Over more than one hundred years of history, FC Barcelona has grown spectacularly in every area and has progressed into something much greater than a mere sports club, turning Barça’s ‘more than a club’ slogan into a reality.
Barça has become, for millions of people all around the world, a symbol of their identity, and not just in a sporting sense, but also in terms of society, politics and culture. Throughout the most difficult of times, Barça was the standard that represented Catalonia and the Catalan people's desire for freedom, a symbolism that has continued to be closely linked to the idiosyncrasy of the Club and its members to this day. Within the context of Spain, Barça is seen as an open and democratic club. And all around the world, Barça is identified with caring causes, and most especially children through its sponsorship agreement with Unicef.
- Year with most official titles: 2009, with 6: Copa del Rey, Liga, Champions League, Spanish Supercup, European Supercup and Clubs World Cup.
- Only team to have played in every season of European competitions since they started in 1955.
- Team with most European Cup Winners Cups: 4 (1979, 1982, 1989, 1997).
- Team with most Fairs Cups: 3 (1958, 1960 and 1966). Also won super final in 1971 to decide trophy outright.
- Team that have played most European finals: 17 (7 in European Cup / Champions League, 6 in Cup Winners Cup and 4 in Fairs Cup).
- Team with most European Cup-League doubles: 4 (1992, 2006, 2009 and 2011).
- Team with most points in the history of major European leagues: 99 points in La Liga 2009/10.
- Only team, along with Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao, to have always played in the First Division.
- Only team to have won all the official competitions it has played in at least once: since the Copa Macaya (1902) to the Clubs World Cup (2009).
- Team with most official Spanish titles: 109.
- Season with most titles: 1951/52, with 5: Liga, Copa, Copa Latina, Trofeo Eva Duarte and Copa Martini-Rossi.
- Only Spanish team to win the treble: Won the Copa del Rey, La Liga and the Champions League in the 2008/09 season.
- Team with most Spanish Cups: 25.
- Longest winning period in La Liga: 16 games from game 7 to 22 in La Liga 2010/11.
- Team with most points and goals after the first half of La Liga: 52 points and 61 goals (17 wins, one draw and one defeat) by game 19 of La Liga 2010-11.
- Team with most away points in a Liga season: 46 points (14 wins, 4 draws and one defeat in la Liga 2010/11).
- Team with most goals scored in official competitions in a season: 2008/09, with 158 goals in 62 games.
- Most wins in a Liga season: 31 wins in la Liga 2009/10, along with Real Madrid in the same season.
- Most away wins in a Liga season: 14 games. Liga 2010/11 (14 wins, 4 draws and one defeat en 19 games).
- Most consecutive away wins: 13 games. Between September 21, 2008 and January 11, 2009, FC Barcelona got 13 consecutive away wins in official matches. There were 8 in la Liga (Sporting Gijón, Espanyol, Athletic Club, Malaga, Recreativo, Sevilla, Villarreal and Osasuna), 3 in the Champions League (Shakhtar, Basel and Sporting Lisbon) and 2 in the Copa del Rey (Benidorm and Atlético Madrid).
- Most consecutive wins and best away start to La Liga: 10 games in la Liga 2010/11, winning away to Racing Santander, Atlético Madrid, Athletic Bilbao, Zaragoza, Getafe, Almeria, Osasuna, Espanyol, Deportivo and Hercules.
- Most consecutive games unbeaten away from home in la Liga: 23 away games from February 14, 2010 (At. Madrid 2 Barça 1) to April 30, 2011 (Real Sociedad 2 Barça 1), with 18 wins and 5 draws.
- Only team in Spanish League to have won all away games in the first half of the season: In la Liga 2010/11 won away to Racing Santander, Atlético Madrid, Athletic Bilbao, Zaragoza, Getafe, Almeria, Osasuna, Espanyol and Deportivo. A total of nine games.
- First team to score in all away games in a league season: 19 games in la Liga 2010/11.
- Team with most goals scored away from home in la Liga: 49 goals in la Liga 2010/11.
- Team with best goal difference in la Liga: +74 in Ligas 2009/10 and 2010/11.
- Biggest away win in la Liga: UD Las Palmas 0 - FC Barcelona 8 (25/10/1959) and UD Almeria 0 FC Barcelona 8 (20/11/2010).
- Longest scoring period in a season: 34 consecutive games in season 2009-10 (27 in Liga, 5 in Champions League and 2 in Clubs World Cup).
- Longest unbeaten run in official matches: 28 games en season 2010/11 (23 wins and five draws in 17 games in Liga, 5 in Copa and 6 in Champions League).
- Most clean sheets in a season: 31 games in season 2009/10 (20 in Liga, 6 in Champions League, 1 in Spanish Supercup and 1 in European Supercup).
- Most wins in a season: 45 wins in a total of 59 games in official competitions in season 2009/10 and 45 wins in a total of 62 official games in 2010/11.
- Best average number of goals a game in first half of La Liga: 61 goals in 19 games at halfway stage of La Liga 2010/11 (average 3.2 per game).
· Club records
- Biggest attendance at Camp Nou: 120,000 for FC Barcelona v Juventus. Quarter final of the European Cup, first leg (5/03/1986).
- Most consecutive Ligas: 4 (1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93 and 1993-94). (National record: Real Madrid, 5 consecutive Ligas between 1960 and 1965 and between 1985 and 1990).
- Longest unbeaten run in la Liga from first game: 21 first games of La Liga 2009/10, with 17 wins and 4 draws. (National record: Real Sociedad, 32 games unbeaten in la Liga 1979/80).
- Longest unbeaten run in la Liga: 31 games from 3rd to 33rd of La Liga 2010-11 (national record: 32 games by Real Sociedad in la Liga 1979-80).
- Most points in second half of La Liga: 50 points in la Liga 2009/10 (national record: Real Madrid, 52 points in second half of La Liga 2009/10).
- Liga with most goals scored: 2008/09, with 105 goals in 38 games. (National record: Real Madrid, 107 goals in la Liga 1989/90).
- Liga with Least goals conceded: 1968-69, with 18 goals in 30 games. (National record: Real Madrid, 15 goals conceded in 18 games in la Liga 1931/32).
- Longest unbeaten home run in la Liga: From game 25 of 72-73 (4-3-1973) to game 21 of 76-77 (20-2-1977), a total of 67 games played, with 55 wins and 12 draws, 155 goals for and 37 against.
- Longest home winning period in la Liga: 39 games between game 22 of 1957-58 (16-2-1958) and the eighth of 1960-61 (6-11-1960).
- First half of La Liga unbeaten: 19 games of La Liga 2009-10 (15 wins and 4 draws).
- Most home wins in a Liga season: 19 wins, 2 draws and 1 defeat in la Liga 1986/87.
- Liga with fewest defeats: Only one defeat in la Liga 2009/10 (in game 22 with Atlético Madrid by 2-1). National record: Athletic Club and Real Madrid unbeaten in Ligas 1929/30 and 1931/32 respectively.
- Longest scoring run in la Liga: 36 games between the ninth of 1942/43 (21/11-1942) and the 18th of 1943/44 (6-2-1944).
- Longest scoring run in la Liga at home: 88 games between game 22 of la 1951/52 (02/10/1952) and the 18th of 1957/58 (01/19/1958).
- Biggest home win in la Liga: FC Barcelona 10 - Gimnàstic Tarragona 1 (11/09/1949).
- Biggest win in any competition: Copa Macaya: Tarragona 0 - FC Barcelona 18 (03/17/1901).
- Biggest win in friendly: Smilde (Holland) 1 - FC Barcelona 20 (6-8-1992).
- Most consecutive wins in European Cup / Champions League: 11, in season 2002/03.
- Longest run of consecutive wins in games in official competitions: 18 games in season 2005/06 (13 in Liga, 3 in Champions League and 2 in Copa del Rey) between 22/10/2005 and 22 / 1 / 2006.
- Longest run of games unbeaten in European competitions: 17 games, between seasons 1988/89 and 1992/93 and also between seasons 2005/06 and 2006/07.
- Biggest home wins in European competitions: FC Barcelona 8 - Apollon Limassol (Cyprus) 0 (European Cup Winners Cup, 15/09/1982); FC Barcelona 8 - Matador Púchov (Slovakia) 0 (UEFA Cup. 15 / 10/2003).
- Biggest away win in European competitions: Hapoel Beer Sheva (Israel) 0 - FC Barcelona 7 (UEFA Cup. 12/9/1995).
- Only player to win the Ballon d’Or, FIFA World Player, Pichichi trophy and Golden Boot in same season: Leo Messi in season 2009/10 .
- Only time ever that three player from the same team’s youth system were the nominees for the Ballon d’Or: Messi, Xavi and Iniesta were the candidates for Ballon d’Or 2010.
- Record Ballons d’Or from same club: Eight, along with Juventus and Milan.
- Most scorer in official matches in a season: In 2010/11 23 Barcelona players scored at least one in official competitions.
- Most goals scored by players from the youth system: In season 2010/11 of the 152 goals scored by Barça, 110 were scored by players from the youth system (53 Messi, 22 Pedro, 9 Iniesta, 7 Bojan, 5 Xavi, 4 Piqué, 3 Thiago, and 1 Busquets, Jeffren, Puyol, Bartra, Nolito, Fontàs and Víctor Vázquez).
- Players with most consecutive wins in la Liga: Sergio Busquets with 25 wins and Carles Puyol with 21 wins between Ligas 2009/10 and 2010/11.
- Goalkeeper with most Zamora trophies: Antoni Ramallets with five (1951/52, 1955/56, 1956/57, 1958/59 and 1959/60).
- Player with most titles won as player and manager: Josep Guardiola, player (1990-2001) and manager (since 2008), has won with Barça 29 titles, 19 as a player and 10 as manager.
- Top goalscorer in history: Paulino Alcántara, with 357 goals in 357 games, between the seasons 1912-27 (215 goals in friendly games, 5 in the Spanish Cup, 98 in the Catalonian Championship, 35 in the Spanish Championship, 3 in the Pyrenees Cup, 1 in the Copa Barcelona).
- Top goalscorer in official competitions: César Rodríguez (1942-55), with 235 goals.
- Top goalscorer in la Liga: César Rodríguez (1942-55), with 195 goals.
- Top goalscorer in a season: Clemente Gràcia (1921-22), with 59 goals in 50 games (35 goals in friendly games, 19 in the Catalonian Championship, 5 in the Spanish Championship).
- Top goalscorer in a season in official competitions: Leo Messi with 53 goals in the 2010/11 (31 in la Liga, 12 in the Champions, 7 in the Cup and 3 in the Spanish Supercup. Equals Cristiano Ronaldo, also with 53 goals in the same season.
- Top goalscorer in a league season: Ronaldo Nazario (1996/97) and Leo Messi (2009/10), both with 34 goals. Overall record: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) with 40 goals in la Liga 2010/11).
- Longest goalscoring run in la Liga: Mariano Martín scored 18 goals in 10 consecutive games from number 19 of La Liga 1942-43 (14-2-1943) to the second game of 1943-44 (30-10 - 1943).
- Longest goalscoring run in official competitions: Mariano Martín scored 21 goals in eleven games (8 in Liga and 3 in Cup) between February 14 and May 9, 1943.
- Top goalscorer in international competitions: Messi (2004 -...), with 39 goals (37 in the Champions League and 2 in the Clubs World Cup).
- Top goalscorer in one game: Joan Gamper, 9 goals three times: Franco-Espanyol 0 v FC Barcelona 13, in the Copa Macaya (10-2-1901); Tarragona 0 v FC Barcelona 18, in the Copa Macaya (17 -3-1901); FC Barcelona 13 v Club X 0, in the Copa Barcelona (1-2-1903); Escolà, 9 goals in the game FC Barcelona 11 Real Unión Irún 1 (7-7-1935).
- Top goalscorer in a game in Liga: Ladislao Kubala, seven goals in the game FC Barcelona 9 Sporting Gijón 0 (10-2-1952).
- Top goalscorer in a game in Cup: Eulogio Martínez, seven goals in the game FC Barcelona 8 - At. Madrid 1 (1-5-1957), return leg of cup round of sixteen 1956-57.
- Only player in the history of the club to score in six official competitions in a year: Pedro Rodríguez scored in 2009 in the Spanish Supercup, European Supercup, Champions League, Liga, Copa del Rey and Clubs World Cup.
- FC Barcelona players that have won the Pichichi trophy: Mariano Martín (1942/43, 32 goals in 23 games), César Rodríguez (1948/49, 28 goals in 24 games), Cayetano Re (1964/65, 25 goals in 30 games), Carles Rexach (1970/71, 17 goals in 28 games), Hans Krankl (1978/79, 29 goals in 30 games), Enrique Castro, "Quini" (1980/81, 20 goals in 30 games), Enrique Castro "Quini" (1981/82, 26 goals in 32 games), Romario da Souza (1993/94, 30 goals in 33 games), Ronaldo (1996/97, 34 goals in 37 games), Samuel Eto'o ( 2005/06, 26 goals in 35 games) and Leo Messi (2009/10, 34 goals in 35 games).FC Barcelona players that have won the Pichichi trophy: Mariano Martín (1942/43, 32 goals in 23 games), César Rodríguez (1948/49, 28 goals in 24 games), Cayetano Re (1964/65, 25 goals in 30 games), Carles Rexach (1970/71, 17 goals in 28 games), Hans Krankl (1978/79, 29 goals in 30 games), Enrique Castro, "Quini" (1980/81, 20 goals in 30 games), Enrique Castro "Quini" (1981/82, 26 goals in 32 games), Romario da Souza (1993/94, 30 goals in 33 games), Ronaldo (1996/97, 34 goals in 37 games), Samuel Eto'o ( 2005/06, 26 goals in 35 games) and Leo Messi (2009/10, 34 goals in 35 games).
- FC Barcelona goalkeepers that have won the Zamora: Juan Zambudio Velasco (1947/48, 31 goals conceded in 26 games), Antoni Ramallets (1951/52, 40 goals conceded in 28 games), Antoni Ramallets (1955/56, 24 goals in 29 games), Antoni Ramallets (1956/57, 35 goals conceded in 29 games), Antoni Ramallets (1958/59, 22 goals conceded in 28 games), Antoni Ramallets (1959/60, 24 goals in 27 games) , Josep Manuel Pesudo (1965-66, 15 goals in 22 games), Salvador Sadurní (1968/69, 18 goals in 30 games), Miguel Reina (1972/73, 21 goals in 34 games), Salvador Sadurní (1973/74 , 22 goals in 30 games), Salvador Sadurní (1974/75, 19 goals in 24 games), Pedro María Artola (1977/78, 25 goals in 29 games), Francisco Javier González Urruticoechea (1983/84, 26 goals in 32 games), Andoni Zubizarreta (1986/87, 29 goals in 43 games), Víctor Valdés (2004/05, 25 goals in 35 games), Víctor Valdés (2008/09, 31 goals in 35 games), Víctor Valdés (2009 / 10, 24 goals in 38 games) and Víctor Valdés (2010/11, 16 goals in 32 games).
- Only time the Zamora and Pichichi trophies were both won: Liga 2009/10, by Víctor Valdés (Zamora) and Leo Messi (Pichichi).
- FC Barcelona players that have won the Ballon d’Or: Luis Suárez (1960), Johan Cruyff (1973 and 1974), Hristo Stoichkov (1994), Rivaldo (1999), Ronaldinho (2005), Messi (2009 and 2010).
- FC Barcelona players that have won the FIFA World Player: Romario da Souza (1994), Ronaldo (1996), Rivaldo (1999), Ronaldinho (2004 and 2005), Messi (2009).
- FC Barcelona players that have won the Golden Boot: Ronaldo (1996/97, 34 goals) and Messi (2009/10, 34 goals).
- Goalkeeper with most minutes without conceding a goal in la Liga: Miguel Reina went 824 minutes without conceding a goal in la Liga in the season 1972-73 (from minute 53 of game 14 to minute 67 of game 23).
- Goalkeeper with best average goals conceded in la Liga: Víctor Valdés in la Liga 2010/11 with an average of 0.50 goals (16 goals in 32 games). National record: Liaño (Deportivo) in la Liga 1993/94, with an average of 0.47 goals (18 goals in 38 games).
- Only FCB goalkeeper to ever score a goal: Was Ricardo Zamora, who on December 14, 1919 scored a penalty in the Catalonian Championship game Barça v Internacional (2-1).
- Player with most appearances: Miguel Bernardo Bianquetti, "Migueli". 664 games (1973 to 89).
- Player with most appearances in official competitions: Xavi Hernández (1998 -...), with 577 games.
- Player with most appearances in Liga: Miguel Bernardo Bianquetti, "Migueli". 391 games (1973 a 89).
- Player with most appearances in international competitions: Xavi Hernández, 136 games from 1998, as follows: 117 in the Champions League, 13 in the UEFA Cup, 2 in the European Supercup and 4 in the Clubs World Cup.
- Youngest player to debut with the first team: Paulino Alcántara, 15 years, 4 months and 18 days. His debut was on February 25, 1912 in the game FC Barcelona 9 - Català 0 in the Catalonian Championship, and he scored three goals.
- Players with most titles: Xavi Hernàndez, with 20. National record. Paco Gento (Real Madrid), with 23 titles.
- Most total years as manager: Jack Greenwell, 9 years (1917-1924 and 1931-1933).
- Most consecutive years as manager: Johan Cruyff, 8 years (1988-1996).
- Manager with most titles: Johan Cruyff, 11 titles between 1998 and 1996 (1 European Cup, 1 Cup Winners Cup, 1 European Supercup, 4 Ligas, 1 Copa, 3 Spanish Supercups).
- Manager with best percentage of titles: Josep Guardiola, 10 titles won out of 13 possible from season 2008/09.
Senin, 01 Oktober 2012
After being officially founded in 1902, Real Madrid wasted little time in reeling off four Copa del Rey triumphs between 1905 and 1908. Their first Spanish Championship triumph arrived in the fourth edition of the competition in 1932, and they backed that up with another title the following year.
The 1950s and 60s was truly Real Madrid’s time. The Merengues walked away with 12 titles over the two decades, and also began their love affair with the European Cup. Indeed, they claimed the first edition in 1956, coming from 2-0 down against French club Reims to win 4-3 in true Real Madrid fashion. They could boast the unique talents of Alfredo Di Stefano who made his debut on 23rd September 1953, the actual day he arrived in the city with his wife and daughters to pass a medical.
Ferenc Puskas was another great of this era as Real set about crushing all competition. The duo scored hat-tricks in a 10-1 win over Las Palmas in 1959 and helped the club to multiple European Cups.
High Expectations:Championship titles were on tap throughout the 70s and 80s, and it was such dominance that led FIFA to vote Real Madrid the most successful club of the 20th century.
Real Madrid are the only club to have a European Cup trophy on-site having won the title five years in a row.Such an illustrious history naturally means high expectations in the pressure cooker environment of the Bernabeu. Supporters expect to see winning and entertaining soccer, and are not afraid to make their feelings known to the players if expectations are not being met.
Several managers have bitten the dust, despite winning trophies. In 1998, Jupp Heynckes was fired at the end of the season despite winning the European Cup. Even more shockingly, Real decided not to renew the contract of Vicente Del Bosque in 2003 after he had led the club to two European Cups and two Liga titles in four years.
- Founded: 1902
- Home Ground (Capacity): Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid (80,354)
- Nicknames: Merengues
- Home Colors: White
- Top Goalscorer All-Time: Raul Gonzalez (323 goals)
- First Division/La Liga Titles: (31) 1931–32, 1932–33, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1971-72, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1994-95, 1996-97, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2006-07, 2007-08
- Spanish Cup/Copa del Rey Titles: (18) 1904-1905, 1905-1906, 1906-1907, 1907-1908, 1916-1917, 1933-1934, 1935-1936, 1945-1946, 1946-1947, 1961-1962, 1969-1970, 1973-1974, 1974-1975, 1979-1980, 1981-1982, 1988-1989, 1992-1993, 2010-11
- European Cup/Champions League: (9) 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002
- UEFA Cup: (2) 1985, 1986
- Intercontinental Cup: (3) 1960, 1998, 2002
- European Super Cup: (1) 2002
- Current Coach: Jose Mourinho
- Top Goalscorer 2010-2011: Cristiano Ronaldo (53 in all competitions)
- Captain: Iker Casillas
- 2010-2011 League Finish: 2nd