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2013–14 FC Barcelona season

Barcelona
2013–14 season
President Sandro Rosell
(until 24 January 2014)
Josep Maria Bartomeu
(from 24 January 2014)
Head Coach Gerardo Martino
Stadium Camp Nou
La Liga 2nd
Supercopa de España Winners
Copa del Rey Runners up
UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals
Top goalscorer League:
Lionel Messi (28)
All:
Lionel Messi (41)
Highest home attendance 98,761 vs Real Madrid
(26 October 2013)
Lowest home attendance 25,551 vs Levante
(29 January 2014)
Average home league attendance 70,384 (including
Joan Gamper Trophy)

The 2013–14 season is Futbol Club Barcelona's 114th in existence and the club's 83rd consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football.

Season overview

June

On 3 June, Brazilian Neymar was officially presented as a Barcelona player to more than 50,000 fans at Camp Nou. Neymar's transfer from Santos was reported to be set at €2.1 million.[1] He joined the squad after the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil. On 20 June, after spending the previous season on loan to Mallorca, it was officially announced that Andreu Fontàs will be joining Celta de Vigo for a sum of €1 million. Barça will retain a buy-back clause in addition to the player's rights in any future transfer. While at Celta, Fontàs will be reunited with former Barça B coach Luis Enrique, whom he managed between 2008–2010.[2] On 28 June, it was announced that Santos will participate in the 2013 edition of the Joan Gamper Trophy on 2 August at the Camp Nou. Santos' participation was agreed upon Barça signing Neymar.[3]

July

On 6 July, Bojan Krkić was officially loaned to Ajax with an option for a second year loan spell.[4] Bojan explained that conversations with Johan Cruyff had influenced his decision to move to Ajax, as well as the opportunity to play in the UEFA Champions League.[5][6][7] On 8 July, Barcelona announced the transfer of Spanish international forward David Villa to Atlético Madrid for a reported fee of €5.1 million and reserve the right to 50% of any future sale of the player. Villa, who joined Barça in the summer of 2010, played 119 times and scored 48 goals and leaves the club after 3 seasons and 8 trophies.[8] On 15 July, Barcelona announced that midfielder Thiago will be joining German champions Bayern Munich, where he joins his former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola, for €25 million. The transfer also stipulates that the two clubs will play a friendly sometime within the next four seasons. The 22-year-old leaves after 2 season with the first team.[9] On 16 July, it was announced that midfielder Sergio Busquets agreed to a contract extension with the club for a further 5 years until 2018, with an option of an additional year. Sergio's buyout clause remains set at €150 million.[10] On 19 July, Barcelona president Sandro Rosell officially announced the resignation of current manager Tito Vilanova. Vilanova will not be able to perform his managerial duties as he undergoes further treatment for his illness. During the press conference, Rosell announced: “After evaluating the results from the routine check-ups, which Tito Vilanova underwent this week, he was presented with the option to continue treatment to control his illness which will make it impossible to continue his responsibilities as the first team manager of the senior side.”[11] As a result, Barça rescheduled their preseason match against Lechia Gdańsk in Poland to 30 July.[12] On 23 July, former Newell's Old Boys manager Gerardo Martino was officially announced as the new coach of Barcelona and is subsequently signed a two-year contract with the club. The appointment makes Martino, better known as Tata, the fourth Argentine to coach Barça after Helenio Herrera, Roque Olsen and César Luis Menotti.[13]

August

On 1 August, Cristian Tello extended his contract with Barcelona until 30 June 2018, with a set buyout clause of €25 million.[14] On 18 August, Barcelona won their first match of the La Liga season thrashing Levante 7–0, with goals coming from Alexis, Dani Alves and Xavi and braces by Lionel Messi and Pedro.[15] On 25 August, Barça defeated Málaga with a single goal from Adriano before the halftime break.[16] On 28 August, Barça won the 2013 Supercopa de España at the Camp Nou. The 0–0 scoreline at Camp Nou, meant that the 1–1 draw from the first leg at the Vicente Calderón was enough to win the trophy on the away goals rule, with the winning goal coming from Neymar's 66th-minute header.[17]

September

On 1 September, Barcelona made it three wins in a row to ensure top spot on the league table, after a hard fought victory against Valencia. Messi's first half hat-trick, together with a match saving performance by Víctor Valdés, was enough to see Barça win at the Mestalla for the first time since 2011.[18] On 14 September, Barcelona defeated Sevilla 3–2 at Camp Nou with a 94th-minute winner from Alexis.[19] On 18 September, Barcelona defeated Ajax 4–0 at home in their first group match of the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League with a hat-rick from Messi and one goal from Gerard Piqué. With the three goals, Messi took his career tally to 62 goals in the Champions League leaving him nine goals short of former Real Madrid forward and record marksman Raúl. He also became the first player to score four hat-tricks in the Champions League, whilst also netting his 24th such treble for Barça.[20] On 21 September, Barcelona defeated Rayo Vallecano 0–4 at Campo de Vallecas. A hat-trick from Pedro, one from Cesc Fàbregas and another great performance from Valdés, who saved his second penalty in two consecutive matches, gave Barça the three points.[21] This match also marked the first time since 7 May 2008 against Real Madrid where Barcelona did not finish the match with a higher percentage of possession than the opponent. Breaking a streak of 315 matches in a row. On 24 September, Barcelona continued its hot start to the league campaign with a 4–1 victory over Real Sociedad at home.[22] On September 28, Barcelona defeated newly promoted side Almería on the road with a 0–2 scoreline.[23] With the victory, Barça set a team record with seven wins from the first seven matches in the league.[24] Messi scored his league leading eight goal of the season but was substituted seven minutes later with muscle problems in his right leg. It was confirmed Messi will be out for 2 to 3 weeks with a tear to his biceps femoris in his right leg.[25]

October

On 1 October, Barcelona defeated Scottish club Celtic at Celtic Park with a 0–1 scoreline to stay at top of Group H in the Champions League. Fàbregas' goal gave Barça the win, a year after last season's defeat in the same fixture.[26] On 5 October, Barcelona made it eight out of eight in their record breaking start to the league season with a 4-1 win over Real Valladolid at Camp Nou. Goals by Xavi, Neymar and a brace by Alexis turned the result around after Valladolid's Javi Guerra opener in the 10th minute.[27] On 19 October, Barcelona drop their first points of the season after a goalless draw with Osasuna at El Sadar that draw mean Barça failed to match La Liga’s best ever start to a season and put an end to an eight-game winning run.[28] On 22 October, Barcelona failed to clinch a spot in knockout rounds of the Champions League against Milan after a 1-1 draw in Italy. Messi goal equaled the result after Robinho opener in the 9th minute. With the draw, Barça stayed top of Group H with seven points – two more than Milan.[29] On 26 October, the first Clásico of the season was contested at the Camp Nou with Barça securing a 2–1 victory over their great rivals. Strikes from Neymar and a spectacular Alexis second gave Barça the win that leaves them six points clear of Real Madrid.[30] On 29 October, Barcelona defeated Celta Vigo 3–0 at Balaídos with goals from Alexis and Fàbregas to keep Barça undefeated in the league.[31]

November

On 1 November, Barcelona defeated Espanyol 1–0 at Camp Nou and won the first derby of the season the only goal came from Alexis Sánchez.[32] On 6 November, Barcelona defeated Milan 3–1 at Camp Nou and qualified for the Knockout Rounds of the Champions League with two match days left. Messi returned to scoring with a brace after going four games without a goal. Busquets added another to send Barça through to the last 16.[33] On 10 November, Barcelona defeated Real Betis 1–4 at the Benito Villamarín with scores from Neymar, Pedro and two from Fàbregas to put Barça three points ahead of Atlético Madrid in La Liga.[34] Messi picked up an injury and will be sidelined for 6 to 8 weeks with a tear in his left hamstring.[35] On 23 November, Barcelona defeated Granada 4–0 at Camp Nou. Barça overcome their injury woes to beat Granada with two penalty goals from Iniesta, and Fàbregas, while Alexis and Pedro scored the others.[36] On 26 November, Barcelona suffered their first defeat of the season an 2–1 loss to Ajax at the Amsterdam Arena. With the loss, Barça fell one victory short of equaling their best start to a season.[37]

December

On 1 December, Barcelona lost to Athletic Bilbao at the San Mamés by a score of 1–0. This was Barcelona's second loss in a week and their first in the league.[38] On 6 December, Barcelona started their Copa del Rey campaign with a victory in Cartagonova with a 1–4 win over Cartagena. Goals from Fàbregas, and Dongou, and a brace by Pedro, gave Barça the first leg victory.[39] On 11 December, Barcelona defeated Celtic 6–1 at Camp Nou and secured the top spot in the group thanks to goals from Piqué, Pedro, Neymar (3) and Tello.[40] On 14 December, Barcelona defeated Villarreal 2–1 at Camp Nou two goals from Neymar gave Barça the victory.[41] On 17 December, Barcelona qualify for the Round of 16 of the Copa del Rey after defeating 3-0 Cartagena at the Camp Nou Pedro, Mariano (og) and Neymar scored for Barça.[42] On 22 December, Barcelona defeated Getafe 2–5 at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez a hat-trick from Pedro and a brace from Fàbregas gave Barça the victory over Getafe, who led 2–0 after 14 minutes. With the win, Barça stays top of the league into the holiday break and ends 2013, leading La Liga wire-to-wire.[43]

January

On 5 January, Barcelona won their first match of the year against newly promoted side Elche, with a 4–0 score. A hat-trick from Alexis, including a goal from a free kick, and another from Pedro, gave Barça the win at home.[44] On 8 January, Barcelona defeated Getafe 4–0 in the first leg of the Round of 16 of the Copa del Rey. Braces from Fàbregas and Messi gave Barça half a ticket to the quarter-finals.[45] On 11 January, Barcelona were held to a scoreless draw by Atlético Madrid at the Vicente Calderón a gripping game between the two league leaders ended without score.[46] On 16 January, Barcelona qualify for the Quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey after defeating 2-0 Getafe at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez a brace from messi gave Barça the win and Xavi features in his 700th match for the team.[47] On 19 January, Barcelona drew their second league match in a row. A 1–1 draw against Levante at the Ciutat de València saw Gerard Piqué scoring the only goal.[48] On 22 January, Barcelona defeated Levante 4–1 in the first leg of the Quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey three days after the draw in the league an own goal from Juanfran and a hattrick from Cristian Tello gave Barça the win at the Ciutat de València.[49] On 26 January, Barcelona defeated Málaga 3–0 at Camp Nou goals from Piqué, Pedro and Alexis gave Barça the victory.[50] On 29 January, Barcelona qualify for the Semi-finals of the Copa del Rey after defeating 5-1 Levante at the Camp Nou Adriano, Puyol, Alexis (2) and Fàbregas scored for Barça.[51]

February

On 1 February, Barcelona lost their first match at home after being defeated at Camp Nou by Valencia with a scoreline of 3–2 Alexis and Messi scored for Barça and Jordi Alba was sent off with a second yellow.[52] On 5 February, Barcelona defeated Real Sociedad 2–0 at Camp Nou in the first leg of the Semi-finals of the Copa del Rey. goals from Busquets and Zubikarai (og) gave Barça half a ticket to the final.[53] On 9 February, Barcelona defeated Sevilla 4–1 at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. goals from Alexis, Fàbregas and a brace by Messi gave Barça the top spot of the league.[54] On 12 February, Barcelona reached to their 35th Copa del Rey final after a 1–1 drew against Real Sociedad at Anoeta.[55] On 15 February, Barcelona trashed Rayo Vallecano 6–0 at Camp Nou with goals coming from Adriano, Alexis, Pedro, Neymar and a brace by Lionel Messi.[56] On 18 February, Barcelona defeated Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium with a 2–0 win in their Champions League first leg encounter to move closer to qualifying for the quarter-finals. Messi and Dani Alves scored for Barça.[57] On 22 February, Barcelona lost to Real Sociedad at the Anoeta by a score of 3–1.[58]

March

On 9 March, Barcelona defeated Almería 4–1 at Camp Nou. goals from Alexis, Messi, Xavi and Puyol gave Barça the win.[59] On 8 March, Barcelona lost to Real Valladolid at the José Zorrilla by a score of 1–0. This was Barcelona's second away loss in a row.[60] On 12 March, Barcelona qualify for the Quarter-finals of the Champions League after defeating 2-1 Manchester City at Camp Nou. Messi and Dani Alves scored for Barça again.[61] On 16 March, Barcelona trashed Osasuna 7–0 at Camp Nou with goals coming from Alexis, Iniesta, Tello, Pedro and a hattrick by Lionel Messi.[62] On 23 March, the second Clásico of the season was contested at the Santiago Bernabéu with Barça securing a 4–3 victory over their great rivals. an hattrick from Messi and a lonely goal by Iniesta gave Barça the win that leaves them a point from Real Madrid.[63] On 26 March, Barcelona defeated Celta Vigo 3–0 at Camp Nou. a brace from Neymar and a lonely goal by Messi gave Barça the win. Valdes picked up an injury and will be sidelined for the rest of the season.[64] On 29 March, Barcelona defeated Espanyol 1–0 at Cornellà de Llobregat and won the second derby of the season the only goal came from Messi.[65]

April

On 1 April, Barcelona drew in the first leg of the Quarter-finals of the Champions League. The match against Atlético Madrid at the Camp Nou ended with a 1–1 draw. Neymar scored the goal for Barcelona.[66] On 2 April, Barcelona was sanctioned by FIFA for international transfers of minors over various periods between 2009 and 2013. The sanction consisted in a transfer ban at both national and international level for two complete and consecutive transfer periods, together with a fine of CHF 450,000.[67] FIFA's regulations dictate that international transfers regarding minors are only accepted in three scenarios - the player's parents have moved to another country for non-related reasons; the move takes place within the European Union if the player is aged between 16 and 18, or the player's home is less than 50 kilometres from the national border being crossed.[68][69] However, it was temporarily lifted until the appeal process, giving the club the chance to purchase players in the summer transfer window of 2014,[70][71][72]

May

On 17 May, in a game where they needed to defeat Atlético Madrid (who eliminated them from the UEFA Champions League in the quarterfinals earlier in the year) to be crowned champions of La Liga for the 23rd time, they drew after Atlético defender Diego Godín headed in the equalizer in the 49th minute, giving Atlético the championship.[73]

Players

Squad information

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK V. Valdés (3rd VC) 33 EU 2002 535 0 2014 Youth system
2 RB Montoya 24 EU 2011 55 2 2018 Youth system
3 CB Piqué 28 EU 2008 266 20 2015 €5M From Youth system
4 CM Fàbregas 28 EU 2011 151 42 2016 €34M From Youth system


7 FW Pedro 28 EU 2008 268 87 2016 Youth system
8 CM A. Iniesta (4th VC) 31 EU 2002 507 50 2018 Youth system
9 FW Alexis 26 Non-EU 2011 141 47 2016 €26M
10 FW Messi 28 EU 2004 425 354 2018 Youth system Second nationality: Spain
11 FW Neymar Jr 23 Non-EU 2013 41 15 2018 €57.1M
12 CM J. dos Santos 25 EU 2009 28 0 2015 Youth system
13 GK Pinto 40 EU 2008 90 0 2014 €0.5M
14 MF Mascherano 31 EU 2010 184 0 2016 €22M Second nationality: Italy
15 CB Bartra 24 EU 2010 54 3 2017 Youth system
16 DM Sergio 27 EU 2008 284 11 2018 Youth system
17 DM A. Song 28 EU 2012 65 1 2017 €19M Second nationality: France
18 LB Jordi Alba 26 EU 2012 70 5 2017 €14M From Youth system
19 FW Afellay 29 EU 2011 35 2 2015 €3M
20 FW Tello 24 EU 2011 86 20 2018 Youth system
21 LB Adriano 31 EU 2010 143 14 2017 €9.5M Second nationality: Spain
22 RB Dani Alves 32 EU 2008 297 20 2015 €32M Second nationality: Spain
23 FW I. Cuenca 24 EU 2012 30 4 2015 Youth system
24 CM S. Roberto 23 EU 2012 39 2 2015 Youth system
25 GK Oier 26 EU 2012 2 0 2015 Youth system
  • Last updated: 17 May 2014
  • Source: FCBarcelona.com, Players in / out, WorldHeritage players' articles, ESPN (for appearances and goals) and footballdatabase.com (for EU passport)

From the youth system

|- |28 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Adama Traoré ||17 | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |29 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Jean Marie Dongou ||18 | |- |30 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Carles Planas ||22 | |}

Transfers in

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Ref.
11 FW Neymar 21 Non-EU Santos Transfer Summer 2018 €57.1M FCBarcelona.com
19 FW Ibrahim Afellay 26 EU Loan return Summer 2015 N/A
23 FW Isaac Cuenca 22 EU Ajax Loan return Summer 2015 N/A
24 MF Sergi Roberto 21 EU Barcelona B Promoted Summer 2015 Free
25 GK Oier Olazábal 23 EU Barcelona B Promoted Summer 2015 Free
CM Rafinha 20 EU Barcelona B Promoted Summer 2016 Free
FW Gerard Deulofeu 19 EU Barcelona B Promoted Summer 2017 Free
FW Bojan Krkić 22 EU Transfer Summer 2015 €13M

Total spending: Decrease €70.1 Million

Transfers out

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
22 LB Éric Abidal 33 EU Monaco End of contract Summer Free FCBarcelona.com
24 CB Andreu Fontàs 23 EU Transfer Summer €1M FCBarcelona.com
26 CB Marc Muniesa 21 EU Stoke City End of contract Summer Free FCBarcelona.com
FW Keirrison 24 Non-EU Coritiba Loan Renewed Summer N/A
FW Bojan Krkić 22 EU Ajax Loan Summer N/A FCBarcelona.com
7 FW David Villa 31 EU Atlético Madrid Transfer Summer €5M FCBarcelona.com
FW Gerard Deulofeu 19 EU Everton Loan Summer N/A FCBarcelona.com
11 CM Thiago Alcântara 22 EU Bayern Munich Transfer Summer €25M FCBarcelona.com
CM Rafinha 20 EU Loan Summer N/A FCBarcelona.com

Total income: Increase €31 Million

Expenditure: Decrease €39.1 Million

Technical staff

Position Staff
First team head coach Gerardo "Tata" Martino
Assistant coach Jorge Pautasso
Assistant Jordi Roura
Adrián Coria
Raúl Marcovich
Joan Francesc Ferrer "Rubi"
Fitness coach Elvio Paolorosso
Aureli Altimira
Eduardo Pons
Francesc Cos
Paco Seiruŀlo
Goalkeeping coach José Ramón de la Fuente
Scoutings Àlex García
Jordi Melero
Jaume Torras
Physiotherapist Jaume Minull
Juanjo Brau
Roger Gironès
Doctor Ramón Canal
Ricard Pruna
Daniel Medina
Team liaison Carles Naval
Director of football Andoni Zubizarreta
Academy director Guillermo Amor
B team coach Eusebio Sacristán

Last updated: 5 September 2013
Source: FC Barcelona

Statistics

Squad, appearances and goals

No. Nat Player Total League Europe Cup Supercopa
Starts Apps Goals Mins Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Goalkeepers
1 Valdés 29 29 0 2610 22 0 5 0 0 0 2 0
13 Pinto 14 14 0 1260 4 0 2 0 8 0 0 0
25 Olazábal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Defenders
2 Montoya 16 18 0 1491 12 0 2 0 4 0 0 0
3 Piqué 33 33 4 2949 22 2 7 2 2 0 2 0
5 Puyol (c) 12 12 2 1003 5 1 1 0 6 1 0 0
14 Mascherano 27 30 0 2441 16 0 6 0 6 0 2 0
15 Bartra 15 20 1 1429 13 1 2 0 5 0 0 0
18 Alba 16 17 0 1352 10 0 4 0 2 0 2 0
21 Adriano 26 27 4 2216 16 3 5 0 6 1 0 0
22 Dani Alves 27 28 3 2475 17 2 5 1 4 0 2 0
27 Patric 0 1 0 22 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Midfielders
4 Fàbregas 33 40 13 2855 25 8 6 1 7 4 2 0
6 Xavi (vc) 29 33 4 2675 20 3 7 1 4 0 2 0
8 Iniesta 27 37 1 2498 24 1 6 0 5 0 2 0
12 Dos Santos 0 3 0 19 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Busquets 32 34 3 2863 22 1 6 1 4 1 2 0
17 Song 15 24 0 1399 12 0 4 0 7 0 1 0
19 Afellay 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
24 S. Roberto 8 22 0 912 13 0 3 0 6 0 0 0
Forwards
7 Pedro 28 40 17 2426 25 13 6 1 7 3 2 0
9 Alexis 30 38 18 2632 22 16 6 0 8 2 2 0
10 Messi 27 30 41 2304 19 27 6 8 5 5 2 0
11 Neymar 23 30 12 2075 19 7 7 3 2 1 2 1
20 Tello 6 24 4 762 16 0 2 1 6 3 0 0
23 Cuenca 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 Adama 0 2 0 17 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
29 Dongou 0 2 1 29 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0
Appearances = Total appearances
Last updated: 7 March 2014

Squad stats

League Europe Cup Supercopa Total Stats
Games played 38 10 9 2 59
Games won 27 6 7 0 40
Games drawn 6 2 1 2 11
Games lost 5 2 1 0 8
Goals scored 100 21 26 1 148
Goals conceded 33 8 6 1 48
Goal difference 67 13 20 0 100
Clean sheets 16 3 4 1 24
Goal by Substitute 6 1 3 1 11
Shots 646 149 180 16 991
Corners 269 70 81 7 427
Players used 25 25 22 14 26
Offsides 109 27 23 0 159
Fouls suffered 549 159 109 46 863
Fouls committed 435 111 102 22 670
Yellow cards 73 20 13 6 112
Red cards 1 0 0 0 1

Last updated: 27 April
Source: ESPN FC

Players Used: Barcelona has used a total of 25 different players in all competitions.[74]

Scoring records

  • Fastest goal of the season in La Liga: 1 minutes and 36 seconds Adriano against Rayo Vallecano (15 February 2014)
  • Fastest goal of the season in Europe: 6 minutes and 14 seconds Piqué against Celtic (11 December 2013)
  • Fastest goal of the season in Cup: 7 minutes and 56 seconds Fàbregas against Getafe (8 January 2014)
  • Longest winning run in La Liga: 8 (18 August 2013 – 19 October 2013)
  • Longest unbeaten run in La Liga: 14 (18 August 2013 – 1 December 2013)
  • Longest winning run in Europe: 3 (11 December 2013 – 12 March 2014)
  • Longest unbeaten run in Europe: 4 (18 September 2013 – 26 November 2013)
  • Longest winning run in season: 8 (1 September 2013 – 19 October 2013)
  • Longest unbeaten run in season: 20 (18 August 2013 – 26 November 2013)
  • Longest scoring run in La Liga: 8 (18 August 2013 – 19 October 2013)
  • Longest scoring run in season: 13 (16 January 2014 – 8 March 2014)
  • Longest clean sheets run in season: 4 (5 January 2014 – 19 January 2014)
  • Longest clean sheets run in La Liga: 2 (18 August 2013 – 1 September 2013)
  • Biggest win of the season in La Liga: 7–0 vs Levante (18 August 2013), 7–0 vs Osasuna (16 March 2014)
  • Biggest win of the season in Europe: 6–1 vs Celtic (11 December 2013)
  • Biggest win of the season in Cup: 5–1 vs Levante (29 January 2014)

Goal scorers

No. Pos. Nation Name La Liga UEFA Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa de España Total
10 FW Messi 28 8 5 0 41
9 FW Alexis 19 0 2 0 21
7 FW Pedro 15 1 3 0 19
11 FW Neymar 9 4 1 1 15
4 MF Fàbregas 8 1 4 0 13
20 FW Tello 1 1 3 0 5
6 MF Xavi 3 1 0 0 4
21 DF Adriano 3 0 1 0 4
22 DF Dani Alves 2 2 0 0 4
3 DF Piqué 2 2 0 0 4
8 MF Iniesta 3 0 0 0 3
16 MF Busquets 1 1 1 0 3
15 DF Bartra 1 0 1 0 2
5 DF Puyol 1 0 1 0 2
29 FW Dongou 0 0 1 0 1
Own goal 4 0 3 0 7
TOTAL 100 21 26 1 148

Last updated: 17 May2014

Disciplinary record

Includes all competitive matches. Players listed below made at least one appearance for Barcelona first squad during the season.


|-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |2 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Montoya | | | | | | |1 | | | | | |1 | | | |- |3 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Piqué |4 | | |1 | | | | | |1 | | |6 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |4 |MF | | style="text-align:left;" |Fàbregas |4 | | |4 | | |1 | | |1 | | |10 | | | |- |5 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Puyol | | | | | | |1 | | | | | |1 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |6 |MF | | style="text-align:left;" |Xavi | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |- |7 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Pedro |2 | | | | | | | | | | | |2 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |8 |MF | | style="text-align:left;" |Iniesta | | | |2 | | | | | | | | |2 | | | |- |9 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Alexis |3 | | |3 | | | | | | | | |6 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |10 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Messi |1 | | | | | |1 | | | | | |2 | | | |- |11 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Neymar |6 | | |1 | | |1 | | |1 | | |9 | | |

|- |13 |GK | | style="text-align:left;" |Pinto |1 | | | | | | | | | | | |1 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |14 |MF | | style="text-align:left;" |Mascherano |6 | | |2 | | |2 | | | | | |10 | | | |- |15 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Bartra |3 | | | | | |1 | | | | | |4 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |16 |MF | | style="text-align:left;" |Busquets |10 | | |2 | | |2 | | |2 | | |16 | | | |- |17 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Song |1 | | | | | |1 | | | | | |2 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |18 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Alba |5 |1 | |1 | | | | | |1 | | |7 |1 | | |- |19 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Afellay | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |20 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Tello | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |- |21 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Adriano |7 | | | | | |1 | | | | | |8 | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |22 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Dani Alves |6 | | |2 | | | | | | | | |8 | | | |- |23 |MF | | style="text-align:left;" |Cuenca | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |24 |MF | | style="text-align:left;" |S. Roberto | | | |1 | | |1 | | | | | |2 | | | |- |25 |GK | | style="text-align:left;" |Olazábal | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |27 |DF | | style="text-align:left;" |Patric | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |- |28 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Adama | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |-class="odd" style="background:#EEEEEE;" |29 |FW | | style="text-align:left;" |Dongou | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

|} Last updated: 27 April 2014
Source: Competitive matches
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.

Pre-season and friendlies

      Win       Draw       Loss

Competitions

Overall

Competition Started round Current
position / round
Final
position / round
First match Last match
Winner 21 August 2013 28 August 2013
Runners-up 18 August 2013 18 May 2014
Runners-up 7 December 2013 16 April 2014
UEFA Champions League Group stage 18 September 2013 9 April 2014

Last updated: 16 April 2014
Source: Competitions

Supercopa de España

La Liga

League table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Atlético Madrid 38 28 6 4 77 26 +51 90 2014–15 UEFA Champions League group stage
2 Barcelona 38 27 6 5 100 33 +67 87
3 Real Madrid 38 27 6 5 104 38 +66 87

Updated to games played on 18 May 2014.
Source: LFP
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th head-to-head goals scored; 5th goal difference; 6th number of goals scored; 7th Fair-play points
(C)=Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q)=Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Results summary

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 27 6 5 100 33 +67 87 16 2 1 64 15 +49 11 4 4 36 18 +18

Last updated: 27 April 2014.
Source: Competitive matches

Results by round

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Ground H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H
Result W W W W W W W W D W W W W W L W W W D D W L W W L W L W W W W W L W W D D D
Position 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2

Last updated: 18 May 2014.
Source: Competitive matches

Matches

Copa del Rey

Round of 32

Round of 16

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Final

UEFA Champions League

Group stage

Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Barcelona 6 4 1 1 16 5 +11 13
Milan 6 2 3 1 8 5 +3 9
Ajax 6 2 2 2 5 8 −3 8
Celtic 6 1 0 5 3 14 −11 3

Knockout phase

Round of 16
Quarter-finals

Copa Catalunya

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