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FC Barcelona Records

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Team records
* Individual records

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Record attendance at the Camp Nou
120,000 people

120,000 people for FC Barcelona v Juventus, first leg of the European Cup quarter final (5/03/1986).
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Only team to have appeared in every year of European competition

since they first started in 1955.
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Team with most Cup Winners Cup titles
4

1979, 1982, 1989 and 1997.
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Team with most Fairs Cup titles
3

1958, 1960 and 1966. Also won the Grand Final in 1971 to decide who should keep the trophy outright.
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Team with most Spanish Cup titles
24

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Consecutive League titles
4

1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93 and 1993-94.
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League with most goals scored
1996-97

With 102 goals in 42 matches.
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League with fewest goals scored
1939-40

With 32 goals in 22 matches.
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League with fewest goals conceded
1968-69

With 18 goals in 30 matches.
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League with most goals conceded
1941-42

With 66 goals in 26 matches.
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Biggest win in any competition
0-18

Macaya Cup: Tarragona 0 - FC Barcelona 18 (17-3-1901).
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Biggest win a friendly match
1-20

Smilde (Holland) 1 - FC Barcelona 20 (6-8-1992)
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Heaviest defeat
12-1

Athletic Club Bilbao 12 - FC Barcelona 1 (8-2-1931), in the 1930-31 Spanish league season.
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Longest unbeaten run in official matches
27 games

27 games in the 1973-74 season (26 in the League and one in the UEFA Cup), from 3-10-1973 to 21-4-1974.
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Longest unbeaten run in League matches
26 games

26 games, from the 6th (7-10-1973) to the 31st (21-4-1974) match in the 1973-74 season.
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Longest unbeaten run at home in league matches
67 matches

From the 25th match of the 72-73 season (4-3-1973) to the 21st of the 76-77 season (20-2-1977), a total of 66 matches, of which 55 were won and 12 drawn, scoring 155 goals and conceding 37.
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Longest winning run in the League
14 games

14 games, from the 8th match (22-10-2005) to the 21st (29-1-2006) in the 2005-06 Spanish league season.
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Longest winning run in the League (home)
39 games

39 games, from the 22nd of the 1957-58 season (16-2-195 to the 8th of the 1960-61 season (6-11-1960).
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Longest scoring run in the League
36 games

36 games, from the ninth of the 1942-43 season (21-11-1942) to the 18th of the 1943-44 season (6-2-1944).
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Longest scoring run in the League (home)
88 games

88 games, from the 22nd of the 1951-52 season (10-2-1952) to the 18th of the 57-58 season (19-1-195.
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Biggest League win (home)
10-1

FC Barcelona 10 - Gimnàstic Tarragona 1 (11/09/1949).
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Biggest League win (away)
0-8

Las Palmas 0 - FC Barcelona 8 (25/10/1959).
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Biggest wins in European competitions (home)
8-0

FC Barcelona 8 - Apollon Limassol (Cyprus) (Cup Winners Cup. 15/09/1982); FC Barcelona 8 – Matador Púchov (Slovakia) 0 (UEFA Cup. 15/10/2003).
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Biggest win in European competitions (away)
0-7

Hapoel Beer Sheva (Israel) 0 - FC Barcelona 7 (UEFA Cup. 12/09/1995).
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Most consecutive wins in the Champions League
11

In the 2002/03 season.
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Longest winning run in official matches
19 games

19 games in the 2005-06 season (13 League, 3 Champions League, 2 Copa de Rey and one in the Catalan Cup) between 22-10-2005 and 22-1-2006
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Most consecutive away wins
13 games

Between the 21st of September 2008 and the 11th of January 2009, FC Barcelona recorded 13 consecutive victories in official competition away from home. Eight came in the league (Sporting de Gijón, Espanyol, Athletic Club, Recreativo, Sevilla, Villarreal and Osasuna), three in the Champions´ League (Shaktar Donetsk, FC Basel and Sporting Clube) and two in the Copa del Rey (Benidorm and Atlético de Madrid)
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Record run of away wins in the league
9 victories

Sporting de Gijón, Espanyol, Athletic Club, Málaga, Recreativo, Sevilla, Villarreal, Osasuna and Racing were the victims in Barša’s consecutive run of victories away from home in the season 2008/09.
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The team with most points at the end of the first half
50 poitns

In week 19 of the Spanish League Season 2008/09.

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JOHAN CRUYFF


Cruyff (Amsterdam, Holland, 1947) is one of the best players in the world of all time and in his time, he was considered number 1.

His immense quality saw him win worldwide recognition and he won the Golden ball award three times (1971, 1973 and 1974).

‘The flack’ signed for FC Barcelona in August 1973 following lengthy negotiations with his former club Ajax. In his first season, Cruyff exploded onto the scene; using his technical brilliance and intelligence to help Barša win the league in 1973-74 – the first time in 14 years.

cruyff_movIn the eyes of the fans, they will always remember many images of the goal he scored against Athletico Madrid in Camp Nou and the famous 0-5 victory over Madrid in the Bernabeu in 1974, which will go down in history. Unfortunately his level dropped in the following seasons and Barša only won the King’s cup in 1977-78. Cruyff left the club in 1978.

In 1988, he returned to the club as coach and put into motion the best era in the history of the club: winning 4 league titles among other and winning the European cup for the first time at Wembley in 1992 with the ‘Dream Team’. Cruyff then left the club in 1996.

In 1999 he was chosen as best player of the century in Europe and in September 2006 he was awarded the cross of Saint Jordi from the Government of Catalonia.

THE NUMBERS
- Seasons at the club: 1973-78
- Games played: 227
- Goals: 83
- Trophies:
1 League (1973/74)
1 King’s Cup (1977/7

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JOAN GAMPER-Osnivac kluba



Founder of FC Barcelona on the 29th of November 1899 and five times president of the club between 1908 and 1925.

gamper_movThe man from Switzerland was a true example of what a sportsman should be; Joan Gamper (Winterthur, Switzerland, 1877 - Barcelona, 1930) had success in swimming, rugby, cycling, athletics and above all, football. He arrived in Barcelona in 1898 and practised the sport in the streets of Sant Gervasi and by 1899, football had been born in Barcelona.

He founded the club and was captain of the team, however, he did not take on the presidential role until 9 years later. His level was superior to that of most others at the time and left many people marvelling at his skills. He was a forward player and scored a tally of goal unthinkable in modern times.


THE NUMBERS
-Season at the club: 1899-1903
-Games played: 51
-Goals scored: 120
-Trophies:
Macaya Cup 1901-02
Barcelona Cup 1902-03

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LADISLAU KUBALA



A mythical figure of Barcelonismo (Budapest, Hungary, 1927 – Barcelona 2002), Kubala signed for FC Barcelona in June 1950, when he arrived with a team of refugee players from an Easter country called Hungary.

He had to go through a lot of bureaucracy before making his debut in April 1951. However, it was not long before he became idolised by the Barcelona faithful.

With Kubala came a golden age at the club. Kubala displayed his skills in the middle of the pitch, where his style of play also highlighted his: Phenomenal physique, technical ability, extraordinary vision of play and by the fact he was a free kick maestro and a leader on pitch.

kubala_movWith him, the team won absolutely everything there was to win in the 1951-52 season. In the years following, he was unable to repeat his form fully, however, this was due to the injuries he received from opposing defences (and the leniency from he referees). In any case, by the end of the decade he was able to flourish again under the coaching of Helenio Herrera. He retired in 1961, but returned a few months later and continued to 1963. In 1980 he took control of the team as coach, however, success was not achieved.

1993 saw an emotional homage paid to Kubala in the stadium in Montjuïc. He died in Barcelona on the 17th May 2002. In 2003 he was given the gold medal of merit in recognition of the work he carried out.


THE NUMBERS
- Seasons at the club: 1950-61
- Games played: 345
- Goals scored: 274
- Trophies:
4 Leagues (1951/52, 52/53, 58/59 i 59/60)
1 Latin Cup (1952)
2 Fires Cups (1957/58 i 59/60)
5 Spanish Cups (1950/51, 51/52, 52/53, 56/57 i 58/59)
2 Eva Duarte Cups (1952 i 1953)

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PAULINO ALCÁNTARA


Paulino Alcántara (Iloilo, Philipines, 1896 – Barcelona, 1964) is the highest goal scorer in the club’s history with 357 goals in 357 games.

His characteristic deceptive appearance made him popular with the fans to the point of being the first star of the club in the golden ages of the twenties, alongside Samitier, Zamora, Sagi, Piera and many more.

alcantara_movHis ability to hit the most powerful of shots crossed frontiers on the 30th April 1922 when, in a game between Spain and France, he hit a shot so hard that it ripped right through the net. For many years after, children from Barcelona would recall that moment and would wish to do the same as the man from the Philipines.

He hung up his boots on the 5th July 1927 in order to become a doctor. However, this was not his goodbye to football. He was on the board of directors between 1931 and 1934 and Alcántara was one of the first footballers to write memoirs of his playing days.


THE NUMBERS
- Seasons at the club: 1912-27
- Games played: 357
- Goals Scored: 357
- Trophies:
5 Spanish Championships (1912/13, 19/20, 21/22, 24/25 i 25/26)
10 Catalan Championships (1912/13, 15/16, 18/19, 19/20, 20/21, 21/22, 23/24, 24/25, 25/26 i 26/27)

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EVARISTO DE MACEDO


Evaristo de Macedo (Río de Janeiro, Brazil, 1933) was one of the best foreign signings Barša ever made, and was an outstanding goalscorer.

He was brought to Barcelona by then technical secretary Josep Samitier, who felt he has discovered somebody exceptional. And he was not wrong, for the Brazilian managed to score no fewer than 0.8 goals a game.

EVARISTO-2.jpgA natural athlete, he was the typically silky skilled Brazilian with a deadly instinct in front of goal and a terrific shot with either foot, a powerful head and the kind of speed and courage that made him an ever-present in the Barša first team for five years, teaming up to perfection with Eulogio Martínez.

His most historic moment was the goal he scored with the sole of his foot on November 23, 1960, to knock Real Madrid out of the European Cup for the very first time. Paradoxically, in 1962 he left FC Barcelona after refusing to be nationalised as a Spaniard and joined Real Madrid.

THE NUMBERS
- Seasons with the club: 1957-62
- Matches played: 226
- Goals: 178
- Titles:
2 Fairs Cups (1955/58 and 58/60)
2 Leagues (1958/59 and 59/60)
1 Spanish Cup (1958/59)

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JOSEP GUARDIOLA


´Pep´ Guardiola was one of the best players ever to emerge from the Barša youth system.

He was born in 1971 in Santpedor (Barcelona), and after representing the club at every level, he eventually made his first team debut for FC Barcelona in the 1990-1991 season.

guardiola_movHe was an exquisitely talented midfielder with excellent vision, and was the central playmaker in the side, always donning the famous number ‘4’ on his back. His brilliant career coincided with one of the most brilliant periods in recent club history, the so-called Dream Team under the great Johan Cruyff, with many describing Guardiola as the Dutchman’s natural prolongation onto the field of play.

Guardiola shared the dressing room with some of the greatest players in the world in the 1990s: Romario, Laudrup, Bakero, Zubizarreta, Stoichkov, Koeman, Amor, Figo, Ronaldo, Rivaldo, and Luis Enrique, among so many others. The downside of his illustrious career was a serious injury in the 1997-98 season, which kept him sidelined for a year.

He stayed at Barša until the 2000-01 season, when he decided to try his luck elsewhere at Italian club Brescia. His greatest achievement at international level was the gold medal at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992.

Barša B manager during the 2007-08 season, from June, first team manager.

THE NUMBERS
- Seasons at the club: 1990-2001
- Games played: 472
- Goals scored: 10
- Trophies:
1 European Cup (1991/92)
1 Cup Winners Cup (1996/97)
2 European Super Cups (1992 and 1997)
6 Leagues (1990/91, 91/92, 92/93, 93/94, 97/98 and 98/99)
2 Copa del Rey (1996/97 and 97/9
4 Spanish Super Cups (1991, 1992, 1994 and 1996)
3 Copes de Catalunya (1990/91, 92/93 and 99/00).

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ANDONI ZUBIZARRETA


Zubizarreta (Vitoria, 1961) was one of the greatest goalkeepers in the history not only of FC Barcelona, but of Spanish football in general.

He had an amazing career, winning 126 international caps and playing at 4 World Cups and 2 European Championships, and he holds the record for the most games played in the Spanish first division in his time at Athletic Bilbao, Barša and Valencia (58.

zubizarreta_movHe had many qualities, including his level-headedness and superb positioning between the sticks. In 1986 he joined FC Barcelona as a replacement for the legendary Urruti. He was the mainstay of the famous ´Dream Team´ and was, along with Koeman, the hero of the Wembley final with a series of miraculous, decisive interventions. Known as ´Zubi´, he was also captain of the club for several seasons, and was noted both on and off the pitch for his serenity and psychological balance, which he was constantly able to transmit to the other players in order to get through the most difficult of match situations.

THE NUMBERS
- Seasons at the club: 1986-94
- Games played: 490
- Goals conceded: 435
- Titles:
1 European Cup (1991/92)
1 Cup Winners Cup (1988/89)
1 European Super Cup (1992)
4 Leagues (1990/91, 91/92, 92/93 and 93/94)
2 Copa del Rey (1987/88 and 89/90)
2 Spanish Super Cups (1991 and 1992)
2 Copa Catalunya (1990/91 and 92/93)

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MIGUEL BERNARDO BIANQUETTI “MIGUELI”


‘Tarzan’ Migueli (Ceuta 1951) is the player who has worn the blaugrana colours for the most amount of times in the history of the club (664). He has also been one of the best ever central defenders of the club.

migueli_movRecommended by Domènec Balmanya, Miguel Bernardo Bianquetti, known as Migueli, arrived at the club in the season of 1973-74 despite only being able to play one game due to him carrying out his military service. The following season, however, he began to establish himself in the team. The Barša ‘3’ became a regular in the team for all the coaches with the exception of Udo Lattek, who incomprehensively left him on the bench in the season of 1981-82.

Migueli was a player with great pride; he played one final of the Recopa in 1979 with a broken collar bone. A brave, technical, relentless player with a great jump and head, which helped him both defend and attack. A true FC Barcelona legend.

THE NUMBERS
- Seasons at the club: 1973-89
- Games played: 664
- Goals scored: 27
- Trophies:
2 Leagues (1973/74, i 84/85)
4 Cups (1977/78, 80/81, 82/83 i 87/8
3 Recopes (1978/79, 81/82 i 88/89)
2 League cups (1982/83 i 85/86)
1 Spanish supercup (1983)

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