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FC Bayern in social media. Van Gaal was replaced by Lorenzo Serra Ferrer who, despite an extensive investment in players in the summer of , presided over a mediocre league campaign and a first-round Champions League exit, and was dismissed late in the season.
Long-serving Barcelona deputy coach Carles Rexach was appointed as his replacement, initially on a temporary basis, and managed to at least steer the club to the last Champions League spot on the final day of the season against Valencia via an exceptional performance from Rivaldo , who completed arguably the greatest hat-trick in history with an overhead bicycle kick winner in the final minute to secure qualification.
Despite better form in La Liga and a good run to the semi-finals of the Champions League, Rexach was never viewed as a long-term solution and that summer Van Gaal returned to the club for a second spell as manager.
What followed, despite another decent Champions League performance, was one of the worst La Liga campaigns in the club's history, with the team as low as 15th in February After the disappointment of the Gaspart era, the combination of a new young president, Joan Laporta, and a young new manager, former Dutch and Milan star Frank Rijkaard , saw the club bounce back.
In the —06 season , Barcelona repeated their league and Supercopa successes. Ronaldinho's performance was so impressive that after his second goal, which was Barcelona's third, some Real Madrid fans gave him a standing ovation.
Trailing 1—0 to a ten-man Arsenal and with less than 15 minutes remaining, they came back to win 2—1, with substitute Henrik Larsson, in his final appearance for the club, setting up goals for Samuel Eto'o and fellow substitute Juliano Belletti , for the club's first European Cup victory in 14 years.
Despite being the favourites and starting strongly, Barcelona finished the —07 season without trophies.
A pre-season US tour was later blamed for a string of injuries to key players, including leading scorer Eto'o and rising star Lionel Messi. There was open feuding as Eto'o publicly criticised coach Rijkaard and Ronaldinho.
Barcelona advanced to the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey, winning the first leg against Getafe 5—2, with a goal from Messi bringing comparison to Diego Maradona's goal of the century , but then lost the second leg 4—0.
Barcelona B youth manager Pep Guardiola took over Frank Rijkaard's duties at the conclusion of the season.
A historic 2—6 victory against Real Madrid followed three days later and ensured that Barcelona became —09 La Liga champions. After Laporta's departure from the club in June , Sandro Rosell was soon elected as the new president.
The elections were held on 13 June, where he got At the World Cup in South Africa, Barcelona players that had graduated from the club's La Masia youth system would play a major role in Spain becoming world champions.
On 11 July, seven players who came through the academy participated in the final , six of which were Barcelona players whom started the match, with Iniesta scoring the winning goal against the Netherlands.
The Supercup victory brought the total number of official trophies to 73, matching the number of titles won by Real Madrid.
This extended the club's overall number of official trophies to 74, surpassing Real Madrid's total amount of official trophies. In the —12 season , Barcelona lost the semi-finals of the Champions League against Chelsea.
Guardiola, who had been on a rolling contract and had faced criticism over his recent tactics and squad selections,   announced that he would step down as manager on 30 June and be succeeded by assistant Tito Vilanova.
It was announced in summer of that Tito Vilanova, assistant manager at Barcelona, would take over from Pep Guardiola as manager. Following his appointment, Barcelona went on an incredible run that saw them hold the top spot on the league table for the entire season, recording only two losses and amassing points.
Their top scorer once again was Lionel Messi, who scored 46 goals in La Liga, including two hat-tricks. On 11 May , Barcelona were crowned as the Spanish football champions for the 22nd time, still with four games left to play.
Ultimately, Barcelona ended the season 15 points clear of rivals Real Madrid, despite losing 2—1 to them at the beginning of March.
On 19 July, it was announced that Vilanova was resigning as Barcelona manager because his throat cancer had returned, and he would be receiving treatment for the second time after a three-month medical leave in December On 22 July , Gerardo "Tata" Martino was confirmed as manager of Barcelona for the —14 season.
On 23 January , Sandro Rosell resigned as president by the admissibility of the complaint for alleged misappropriation following the transfer of Neymar.
Josep Maria Bartomeu replaced him to finish the term in Barcelona won the treble in the —15 season , winning La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League titles, and became the first European team to have won the treble twice.
On 10 February , qualifying for the sixth Copa del Rey final in the last eight seasons, Luis Enrique's Barcelona broke the club's record of 28 consecutive games unbeaten in all competitions set by Guardiola's team in the —11 season, with a 1—1 draw with Valencia in the second leg of the —16 Copa del Rey.
On 20 September , Barcelona issued a statement exercising their stance on the Catalan referendum saying, "FC Barcelona, in holding the utmost respect for its diverse body of members, will continue to support the will of the majority of Catalan people, and will do so in a civil, peaceful, and exemplary way".
In addition to membership, as of [update] there are 1, officially registered fan clubs, called penyes , around the world. From the start of national competitions the clubs were seen as representatives of two rival regions in Spain: Catalonia and Castile , as well as of the two cities.
The rivalry reflects what many regard as the political and cultural tensions felt between Catalans and the Castilians , seen by one author as a re-enactment of the Spanish Civil War.
During the dictatorships of Miguel Primo de Rivera — and especially of Francisco Franco — , all regional cultures were suppressed. All of the languages spoken in Spanish territory, except Spanish Castilian itself, were officially banned.
It was less risky than joining a clandestine anti-Franco movement, and allowed them to express their dissidence. On the other hand, Real Madrid was widely seen as the embodiment of the sovereign oppressive centralism and the fascist regime at management level and beyond: The founding message of the club was clearly anti-Barcelona, and they disapprovingly saw FC Barcelona as a team of foreigners.
In , Espanyol started a counter-petition against autonomy, which at that time had become a pertinent issue. Despite these differences in ideology, the derbi has always been more relevant to Espanyol supporters than Barcelona ones due to the difference in objectives.
In recent years the rivalry has become less political, as Espanyol translated its official name and anthem from Spanish to Catalan.
Though it is the most played local derby in the history of La Liga, it is also the most unbalanced, with Barcelona overwhelmingly dominant.
Espanyol has the consolation of achieving the largest margin win with a 6—0 in , while Barcelona's biggest win was 5—0 on six occasions in , , , , and Barcelona's rival in European football is Italian club A.
Barcelona leads the Head-To-Head record with eight wins and five defeats. The first encounter between the two clubs was in the —60 European Cup.
Unlike a limited company , it is not possible to purchase shares in the club, but only membership. He is also the record goalscorer for Barcelona in European goals and international club competitions goals , and the record league scorer with goals in La Liga.
Alongside Messi, four other players have managed to score over league goals for the club: Josep Samitier is the club's highest goalscorer in the Copa del Rey , with 65 goals.
Barcelona's longest serving manager is Jack Greenwell , with nine years in two spells — and — , and Pep Guardiola is the club's most successful manager 14 trophies in 4 years.
Barcelona's Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe. The club's highest home attendance was , in a European Cup quarter-final against Juventus on 3 March The club's original crest was a quartered diamond-shaped crest topped by the Crown of Aragon and the bat of King James , and surrounded by two branches, one of a laurel tree and the other a palm.
The winner was Carles Comamala, who at the time played for the club. Comamala's suggestion became the crest that the club wears today, with some minor variations.
The crest consists of the St George Cross in the upper-left corner with the Catalan flag beside it, and the team colours at the bottom. The blue and red colours of the shirt were first worn in a match against Hispania in The son of the first president, Arthur Witty , claimed it was the idea of his father as the colours were the same as the Merchant Taylor's School team.
Another explanation, according to author Toni Strubell, is that the colours are from Robespierre's First Republic. In Catalonia the common perception is that the colours were chosen by Joan Gamper and are those of his home team, FC Basel.
An away kit featuring the red and yellow stripes of the flag of Catalonia has also been used many times. The capacity was about 6,, and club officials deemed the facilities inadequate for a club with growing membership.
After the Spanish Civil War the club started attracting more members and a larger number of spectators at matches. This led to several expansion projects: After the last expansion, Les Corts could hold 60, spectators.
After the construction was complete there was no further room for expansion at Les Corts. The first stone of the future stadium was laid in place under the auspices of Governor Felipe Acedo Colunga and with the blessing of Archbishop of Barcelona Gregorio Modrego.
In , when the stadium was in need of redesign to meet UEFA criteria, the club raised money by offering supporters the opportunity to inscribe their name on the bricks for a small fee.
The idea was popular with supporters, and thousands of people paid the fee. There are also other facilities, which include: Spanish teams are limited to three players without EU citizenship.
The squad list includes only the principal nationality of each player; several non-European players on the squad have dual citizenship with an EU country.
Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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