2015–16 FC Barcelona season

The 2015–16 season was Fútbol Club Barcelona's 116th in existence and the club's 85th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. Barcelona was involved in six competitions after completing the Treble during the last season. Barcelona won the league and the Spanish cup.

Barcelona
2015–16 season
PresidentJosep Maria Bartomeu
Head CoachLuis Enrique
StadiumCamp Nou
La Liga1st
Copa del ReyWinners
Supercopa de EspañaRunners-up
UEFA Champions LeagueQuarter-finals
UEFA Super CupWinners
FIFA Club World CupWinners
Top goalscorerLeague:
Luis Suárez (40)

All:
Luis Suárez (59)
Highest home attendance99,264 vs Real Madrid
(02 April 2016)
Lowest home attendance60,635 vs Valencia
(3 February 2016)
Average home league attendance83,749 (includes Joan Gamper Trophy)

Season overview

June

On 7 June, Barcelona announced the transfer of right-wing Aleix Vidal from fellow La Liga outfit and 2015 UEFA Europa League winners Sevilla. The player will join on a five-year deal with a transfer fee of €18 million plus variables.[1] On 9 June, the club announced that right back Dani Alves is set to stay at the club after signing a contract renewal for two years with an option for another year.[2] On 10 June, Barcelona announced that the presidential elections will take place on 18 July, after Josep Bartomeu resigned as president to qualify for re-election.[3] On 25 June, Barcelona announced La Masia graduate Gerard Deulofeu was transferred to English side Everton for a reported fee of €6 million.[4] The player returned to Merseyside after spending the 2013–14 season on loan there under fellow Spaniard manager Roberto Martínez.

July

On 3 July, Barcelona announced that La Masia graduate Martín Montoya would join Italian side Internazionale on a season-long loan with an option for a second.[5] On 6 July, Barcelona announced the signing of Turkey national team captain Arda Turan from Atlético Madrid for €34 million. The player will join on 1 January 2016 after the FIFA transfer ban is lifted.[6] On 18 July, Josep Bartomeu was elected president of Barcelona for the next six years with the third most votes in the club's history.[7] On 21 July, Barcelona kicked off the preseason with a 1–2 victory over Major League Soccer champions LA Galaxy in the 2015 International Champions Cup. Goals from Luis Suárez and Sergi Roberto secured the win in front of a crowd of 93,226 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.[8] On 23 July, Barcelona were fined €30,000 by UEFA for fans waving pro-Catalan independence banners at the 2015 UEFA Champions League Final.[9] The club maintains its respect for the sanction, yet does not agree with it and its legal services will consider the possibility of questioning the fine at a later time.[10] On 25 July, Barcelona were defeated by English side Manchester United with a scoreline of 1–3 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The lone goal came from Rafinha in the 89th minute of play.[11] On 28 July, Barcelona were defeated in penalties by Chelsea at FedExField in Landover, Maryland. Goals from Luis Suárez and Sandro were enough to earn the regular time draw, however the team lost in penalties 4–2 to end their United States Summer Tour.[12]

August

On 2 August, Barcelona finished their pre-season tour with a visit to Fiorentina at the Stadio Artemio Franchi in Florence. The match ended with a 2–1 loss to the Catalans, the lone Barça goal coming from Luis Suárez.[13] Three days later, on 5 August, Barcelona took on Italian club Roma in the 50th edition of the annual Joan Gamper Trophy. The game ended 3–0 to the Catalan club with goals coming from Neymar, Lionel Messi and Ivan Rakitić.[14] As a result of winning the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League the previous season, the team was eligible to compete in the 2015 UEFA Super Cup versus 2014–15 UEFA Europa League winner Sevilla. The game took place on 11 August at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena in Tbilisi, Georgia, and ended 5–4 in favour of Barcelona, with a brace from Messi and Pedro scoring the winner in extra time.[15] With the win, Barcelona becomes the club with the most international trophies in Europe with 19 international titles.[16]

On 12 August, UEFA announced Messi, Suárez and Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo as the finalists for the 2014–15 UEFA Best Player in Europe Award.[17] On 14 August, Barcelona were soundly defeated by Athletic Bilbao 4–0 in the first leg of the 2015 Supercopa de España at the San Mamés Stadium.[18] On 17 August, Barcelona failed to win their second trophy of the season after a 1–1 draw in the second leg of 2015 Supercopa de España. The lone goal from Messi was not enough to overturn a four-goal deficit from the first leg.[19]

On 20 August, Pedro joined Premier League champions Chelsea for €27 million, rising to €30 million on variables, ending his 11-year association with Barcelona.[20] On 23 August, Barcelona kicked off the 2015–16 La Liga season with a 0–1 victory over Athletic Bilbao in Bilbao. This was the third meeting between the two teams in the last nine days that included the two legs of the 2015 Supercopa de España. On 27 August, Barcelona were drawn into Group E of the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen, Roma and Belarusian champions BATE Borisov. At the same event, Messi was crowned the 2014–15 UEFA Best Player in Europe for the second time in his career.[21] On 29 August, Barcelona played their first match at home against Málaga which ended in a 1–0 victory. Thomas Vermaelen scored the only and his first goal for the club.[22]

September

On 1 September, Barcelona and English side West Ham United agreed on the loan of Alex Song for a second successive season.[23] On 13 September, Barcelona traveled to the Vicente Calderón Stadium to face Atlético Madrid after the FIFA international break. The host took the lead with a goal from Fernando Torres, but goals from Neymar and substitute Messi completed the comeback and notched a 1–2 victory. Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen made his La Liga debut after only appearing in the Champions League and Copa del Rey last season.[24] On 16 September, Barcelona open their European campaign with a 1–1 draw against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico, with the goal coming from Luis Suárez in the first half.[25] The match ended on a sour note for the squad after Rafinha left the pitch on a stretcher with a leg injury after a tackle from Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan. The next day, the team released a statement that the player had tear the right anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and is likely to miss the rest of the season.[26]

On 20 September, Barcelona defeated Levante at home by a 4–1 scoreline with a brace from Messi to stay undefeated in league.[27] Three days later in Balaídos in Vigo, Barça were soundly defeated 4–1 by Celta de Vigo to suffer their first league defeat and drop out of first place in the table.[28] On 26 September, Barcelona were able to bounce back at home with a 2–1 victory over newly promoted Las Palmas.[29] The match was marred with the costly injury to Messi, who suffered a tear in the medial collateral ligament (MCL) of his left knee. The injury will keep the star player out for approximately 6–8 weeks.[30]

On 29 of September, Barcelona defeated Bayer Leverkusen in come from behind fashion with a 2–1 victory. The visitors took the lead in the 22nd minute with a corner kick goal from defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos. In the 80th minute, Sergi Roberto leveled the score and two minutes later, Suárez completed the comeback to keep Barça at the top of Group E.[31] For the second straight Champions League match, Barça lose a key player to injury. This time, captain Andrés Iniesta went down with a hamstring injury in his right leg that will keep him out 3–4 weeks.[32]

October

On 3 October, Barcelona was defeated by Sevilla 2–1 away at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium for the club's second loss in last three league games. Neymar scored from a second-half penalty kick[33] as Unai Emery beat Barcelona for first ever time as a manager.[34]

November

On 21 November, Barcelona thrashed Real Madrid 0–4 in the season's first Clásico, played at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Luis Suárez scored a brace while Neymar and Andrés Iniesta also got onin the scoresheet; later, Lionel Messi played his first match as a substitute after recovering from his two-month injury.[35] On 24 November, Barcelona beat Roma 6–1 in the Champions League with Barcelona wins Group E.[36]

December

On 14 December, in the draw for the round of 16 of Champions League, Barcelona will face Arsenal as the Group E winner.[37] On 20 December, the club won a record third FIFA Club World Cup title after defeating Argentine side River Plate 3–0 in the final.[38] Luis Suárez scored a record five goals in the tournament including two goals in the final and a hat trick in the semi-final. He was awarded the Adidas Golden ball, given to the best player of the tournament.[39]

On 30 December, Barcelona beat Real Betis 4–0, with Suárez netting a second-half double after Lionel Messi, in his 500th game, scored; Betis also scored an own goal.[40] By scoring 180 goals in 2015 in all competitions, Barcelona set the record for most goals scored in a calendar year, breaking Real Madrid's record of 178 goals scored in 2014.[41]

January

On 11 January 2016, Messi won the FIFA Ballon d'Or for a record fifth time in his career.[42] Luis Enrique's Barcelona has finished an incredibly demanding January with nearly perfect statistics. Just the draw against Espanyol at the Cornellà-El Prat in the first game of the year has held them back in 2016.[43]

February

On 10 February, Barcelona's Copa del Rey draw with Valencia saw Luis Enrique's side set a new club record for unbeaten games, beating Pep Guardiola's 2011 vintage with their 29th game without a loss.[44] On 17 February, Messi made more history after scoring his 300th and 301st goal in La Liga, becoming the first player ever to do so.[45] In the same match, Luis Suárez made up for a penalty miss with his 24th league goal of the season as Barça beat Sporting de Gijón 3–1.[46] On 23 February, Barcelona defeated Arsenal 0–2 away in London,[47] with Messi scoring twice in a feverishly paced encounter, including the 10,000th goal scored in club history.[48] On 25 February, Barcelona extend their alliance with UNICEF through to 2020; the club will increase its annual donation to the charity from €1.5 million to €2 million.[49]

March

On 3 March, Barcelona defeated Rayo Vallecano away 1–5, with Ivan Rakitić and Arda Turan netting one each and Messi scoring a hat-trick.[50] Barça set an all-time record run for 35 games unbeaten in Spanish football, previously held by Real Madrid's 1988–89 side managed by Dutchman Leo Beenhakker.[51] On 8 March, the club announced that the Espai Barça[52] jury unanimously selected the bid by Nikken Sekkei + Pascual i Ausió Arquitectes as the winner of the tender for the design of the new Camp Nou.[53]

On 16 March, Barça defeated Arsenal 3–1 at home (5–1 aggregate) in the round of 16 of the Champions League to gain access to the competition's quarter-finals for the ninth-straight season,[54] and set a new club record for ten consecutive Champions League wins at Camp Nou.[55] On 18 March, in the draw for the quarter-finals of Champions League, Barcelona will face Atlético Madrid.[56] On 24 March, legendary Barcelona player and coach Johan Cruyff died of illness at 68, surrounded by his family in Barcelona;[57] the club mourned him with flags at Camp Nou placed at half-mast.[58]

April

On 2 April, Real Madrid won the second El Clásico match of the league season with a 1–2 victory away, breaking Barcelona's unbeaten record at 39 matches.[59] Players, directors and supporters remembered Johan Cruyff in the form of a video, a mosaic, a minute's silence and applause before the game.[60] On 5 April, Barcelona defeated Atlético Madrid at home (2–1) in the first leg of their Champions League draw, after Luis Suárez's two goals in the second half reversed Barça's early one-goal deficit.[61]

Barcelona lost 1–0 away at the Anoeta Stadium to Real Sociedad on 9 April in La Liga after a goal from the latter club early on.[62] On 13 April, Atlético defeated Barcelona 2–0 (3–2 on aggregate) in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals, eliminating the title holders.[63] On 17 April, Barcelona suffered their third consecutive loss of the competition as they were out-played by Valencia in a 1–2 home defeat,[64] despite Messi's second-half goal, his 450th for the club.[65]

On 20 April, Barcelona shook off their recent poor form to absolutely thump Deportivo de La Coruña in a 0–8 away victory, with Luis Suárez scoring four and creating three assists to keep his side in the title race.[66] They continued this form three days later by beating Sporting de Gijón 6–0, with Suárez again scoring four goals (two from penalties), with Messi and Neymar scoring the other two.[67] On 30 April, Barcelona defeated Real Betis 0–2 through Ivan Rakitić and Suárez goals, keeping Barça top of La Liga.[68]

May

On 8 May, Barcelona thrashed Espanyol 5–0 in the season's last home match.[69] Everyone inside Camp Nou played their part in the spectacular pre-game mosaic which bore the message "Som-hi tots" ("Let's go everyone") and also in the minute's silence in memory of the recently passed Manel Vich, the voice of Camp Nou for almost 60 years.[70] On 14 May 2016, Barcelona sealed their sixth La Liga title in eight years with an emphatic 0–3 win over Granada. Two strikes from Luis Suárez in the first half and another late in the second helped the Catalans achieve the club's 24th league success, and confirms the Uruguayan's status as the division's top marksman with 40 goals.[71]

On 21 May, Barcelona and Nike extended their current sponsorship deal.[72] On 22 May, Barcelona recorded a 2–0 extra time victory over Sevilla for their second domestic title of the season and 28th Copa del Rey of all-time.[73] On 27 May, Barcelona and Sergio Busquets are set to renew his contract for five seasons, through to 30 June 2021.[74]

Players

Squad information

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK Germany Ter Stegen 24 EU 2014 45 0 2019 €10M
2 RB Brazil Douglas 25 Non-EU 2014 7 0 2019 Free
3 CB Spain Piqué 29 EU 2008 345 31 2019 €4.98M Originally from Youth system
4 MF Croatia Rakitić 28 EU 2014 104 16 2019 €17.8M
5 MF Spain Busquets (2nd vc) 27 EU 2008 372 12 2019 YS
6 RB Brazil Alves 33 EU 2008 391 21 2017 €35M Second nationality: Spain
7 MF Turkey Arda 29 Non-EU 2015 13 2 2020 €28.70M
8 MF Spain Iniesta (captain) 32 EU 2002 591 54 2018 YS
9 FW Uruguay Suárez 29 Non-EU 2014 96 84 2019 €81M Second nationality: Italy
10 FW Argentina Messi (vice-captain) 28 EU 2004 531 453 2018 YS Second nationality: Spain
11 FW Brazil Neymar 24 Non-EU 2013 141 85 2018 €86M
12 MF Brazil Rafinha 23 EU 2011 45 3 2020 YS Second nationality: Spain
13 GK Chile Bravo 33 EU 2014 64 0 2018 €18M Second nationality: Spain
14 CB Argentina Mascherano (3rd vc) 31 EU 2010 270 0 2018 €21.8M Second nationality: Italy
15 CB Spain Bartra 25 EU 2010 97 5 2017 YS
17 FW Spain Munir 20 EU 2014 38 7 2017 YS
18 LB Spain Alba 27 EU 2012 145 7 2020 €14.8M Originally from Youth system
19 FW Spain Sandro 20 EU 2014 31 7 2017 YS
20 MF Spain Roberto 24 EU 2012 94 5 2019 YS
21 LB Brazil Adriano 31 EU 2010 185 17 2017 €1.76M Second nationality: Spain
22 RB Spain Vidal 26 EU 2015 13 0 2020 €16.7M Originally from Youth system
23 CB Belgium Vermaelen 30 EU 2014 19 1 2019 €15M
24 CB France Mathieu 32 EU 2014 69 3 2018 €18M
25 GK Spain Masip 27 EU 2014 4 0 2017 YS

From youth squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
26 Spain MF Sergi Samper
27 Spain MF Juan Cámara
28 Spain MF Gerard Gumbau
33 Spain FW Aitor Cantalapiedra
34 Cameroon MF Wilfrid Kaptoum
36 Spain FW Dani Romera
37 Spain MF Carles Aleñá

Players In

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
19 MF Netherlands Ibrahim Afellay 29 EU Greece Olympiacos Loan return Summer 2015 Free
17 MF Cameroon Alex Song 27 EU England West Ham United Loan return Summer 2017 Free
22 DF Spain Aleix Vidal 25 EU Sevilla Transfer Summer 2020 €18M+4M variables FCBarcelona.com
7 MF Turkey Arda Turan 28 Non-EU Atlético Madrid Transfer Summer 2020 €34M+7M variables FCBarcelona.com
MF Spain Denis Suárez 21 EU Sevilla Loan return Summer 2015 Free
FW Spain Cristian Tello 24 EU Portugal Porto Loan return Winter 2016 Free
DF Spain Martín Montoya 24 EU Italy Internazionale Loan return Winter 2016 Free

Total spending: Decrease €52 million

Players Out

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
6 MF Spain Xavi 35 EU Qatar Al-Sadd End of contract Summer Free FCBarcelona.com
FW Spain Gerard Deulofeu 21 EU England Everton Transfer Summer €6M FCBarcelona.com
2 DF Spain Martín Montoya 24 EU Italy Internazionale Loan Summer €1M FCBarcelona.com
19 FW Netherlands Ibrahim Afellay 29 EU England Stoke City End of contract Summer Free Stoke City FC
7 FW Spain Pedro 28 EU England Chelsea Transfer Summer €27M+3M variables FCBarcelona.com
30 MF Croatia Alen Halilović 19 EU Sporting Gijón Loan Summer Free FCBarcelona.com
MF Spain Denis Suárez 21 EU Villarreal Transfer Summer €4M FCBarcelona.com
17 MF Cameroon Alex Song 27 EU England West Ham United Loan Summer N/A FCB, WHU
27 FW Spain Adama Traoré 19 EU England Aston Villa Transfer Summer €10M+€2M variables FCBarcelona.com
FW Spain Cristian Tello 24 EU Italy Fiorentina Loan Winter N/A FCBarcelona.com

Total income: Increase €48 million

Total expenditure: Decrease €4 million

Technical staff

Position Staff
First team head coach Luis Enrique
Assistant coach Juan Carlos Unzué
Robert Moreno
Technical assistant Roberto Moreno
Auxiliary coach Joan Barbarà
Fitness coach Rafa Pol
Goalkeeping coach José Ramón de la Fuente
Scoutings Àlex García
Jordi Melero
Jaume Torras
Physiotherapist Jaume Minull
Juanjo Brau
Roger Gironès
Xavi Linde
Psychologist Joaquín Valdés
Doctor Ricard Pruna
Daniel Medina
Team liaison Carles Naval
Football Area Technical Commission Jordi Mestre
Javier Borda
Carles Rexach
Ariedo Braida
Academy director Jordi Roura
B team coach Gerard López

Last updated: 26 August 2015
Source: FC Barcelona First Team, FC Barcelona B Team, Luis Enrique's full staff, Football Area Technical Commission

Statistics

Goalscorers

No. Pos. Nation Name La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey UEFA Super Cup Supercopa de España Club World Cup Total
9 FW Uruguay Suárez 40 8 5 1 0 5 59
10 FW Argentina Messi 26 6 5 2 1 1 41
11 FW Brazil Neymar Jr 24 3 4 0 0 0 31
4 MF Croatia I. Rakitić 7 2 0 0 0 0 9
17 FW Spain Munir 3 0 5 0 0 0 8
3 DF Spain Piqué 2 1 2 0 0 0 5
19 FW Spain Sandro 0 0 3 0 0 0 3
7 MF Turkey A. Turan 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
15 DF Spain Bartra 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
12 MF Brazil Rafinha 1 1 0 1 0 0 2
6 DF Brazil Alves 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
8 MF Spain Iniesta 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
18 DF Spain Alba 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
20 MF Spain S. Roberto 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
21 DF Brazil Adriano 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
23 DF Belgium Vermaelen 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
34 MF Cameroon Kaptoum 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
7 FW Spain Pedro 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
# Own goals 3 0 0 0 0 0 3
TOTAL 112 22 27 5 1 6 173

Last updated: 23 May 2016[75]

Disciplinary record

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

N P Nat. Name La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey UEFA Super Cup Supercopa de España FIFA Club World Cup Total Notes
Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card
3 MF Spain Piqué 12 3 2 1 17 1
4 MF Croatia I. Rakitić 3 1 1 5
5 MF Spain Sergio 6 2 1 9
6 DF Brazil Dani Alves 6 3 2 1 1 13
7 MF Turkey Arda Turan 5 2 1 8
8 MF Spain A. Iniesta 2 1 3 1 7
9 FW Uruguay Suárez 6 2 2 1 11
10 FW Argentina Messi 3 1 1 5
11 FW Brazil Neymar 6 2 2 1 11
14 MF Argentina Mascherano 9 1 2 2 1 1 14 2
15 DF Spain Bartra 1 1 2
17 FW Spain Munir 1 1
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 2 1 1 1 5
20 MF Spain S.Roberto 1 1 2
22 DF Spain Aleix Vidal 1 1
23 DF Belgium Vermaelen 2 2
24 DF France Mathieu 2 1 3
26 MF Spain Samper 1 1
28 MF Spain Gumbau 2 1 3
FW Spain Pedro 1 2 3

Last updated: 23 May 2016
Source: ESPNFC.com, FCBarcelona.com
Only competitive matches
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

UEFA Super Cup

  Win   Draw   Loss

Supercopa de España

  Win   Draw   Loss

FIFA Club World Cup

  Win   Draw   Loss

La Liga

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona (C) 38 29 4 5 112 29 +83 91 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Real Madrid 38 28 6 4 110 34 +76 90
3 Atlético Madrid 38 28 4 6 63 18 +45 88
4 Villarreal 38 18 10 10 44 35 +9 64 Qualification for the Champions League play-off round
5 Athletic Bilbao 38 18 8 12 58 45 +13 62 Qualification for the Europa League group stage[a]
  1. ^ Since the winners of the 2015–16 Copa del Rey, Barcelona, qualified for European competition based on league position, the spot awarded to the cup winners (Europa League group stage) was passed to the sixth-placed team and the spot awarded to the sixth-placed team (Europa League third qualifying round) was passed to the seventh-placed team.

Matches

  Win   Draw   Loss

Copa del Rey

  Win   Draw   Loss

Final

UEFA Champions League

Group stage

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification BAR ROM LEV BATE
1 Spain Barcelona 6 4 2 0 15 4 +11 14 Advance to knockout phase 6–1 2–1 3–0
2 Italy Roma 6 1 3 2 11 16 −5 6 1–1 3–2 0–0
3 Germany Bayer Leverkusen 6 1 3 2 13 12 +1 6 Transfer to Europa League 1–1 4–4 4–1
4 Belarus BATE Borisov 6 1 2 3 5 12 −7 5 0–2 3–2 1–1

  Win   Draw   Loss

Knockout phase

  Win   Draw   Loss

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2015 Supercopa de España

The 2015 Supercopa de España was a two-legged football match-up that was played in August 2015 between Athletic Bilbao, runners-up of the 2014–15 Copa del Rey, and Barcelona, the champions of 2014–15 La Liga and the 2014–15 Copa del Rey. It was also a repetition of the 2015 Copa del Rey Final.

Athletic Bilbao won the trophy 5–1 on aggregate for their first honour in 31 years.Aritz Aduriz scored a hat-trick for Athletic Bilbao in the first leg in a 4–0 win on 14 August. He added a fourth goal three days later in the second leg, which ended in a 1-1 draw at the Camp Nou.

21 July 2015[76] 1Barcelona2–1LA GalaxyPasadena, United States
20:00 PDT Suárez Goal 45'
Sergi Roberto Goal 56'
Report Leonardo Yellow card 41'
Meyer Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Rose Bowl
Attendance: 93,226
Referee: Ismail Elfath (United States)
25 July 2015[76] 2Barcelona1–3Manchester UnitedSanta Clara, United States
13:00 PDT Rafinha Goal 89' Report Rooney Goal 8'
Jones Yellow card 49'
Lingard Goal 65'
Herrera Yellow card 76'
Januzaj Goal 90'
Stadium: Levi's Stadium
Attendance: 68,416
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)
28 July 2015 3Chelsea2–2
(4–2 p)
BarcelonaLandover, United States
20:00 EDT Hazard Goal 10'
Cahill Goal 86'
Report Mathieu Yellow card 42'
Suárez Goal 52'
Sandro Goal 66'
Alba Yellow card 74'
Stadium: FedExField
Attendance: 78,914
Referee: Allen Chapman (United States)
Penalties
Falcao Penalty scored
Moses Penalty scored
Ramires Penalty scored
Rémy Penalty scored
Penalty scored Iniesta
Penalty missed Halilović
Penalty missed Piqué
Penalty scored Sandro
2 August 2015[76] 4Fiorentina2–1BarcelonaFlorence, Italy
21:00 CEST Bernardeschi Goal 4'12' Report Suárez Goal 17' Stadium: Artemio Franchi
Attendance: 29,421
Referee: Massimiliano Irrati (Italy)
5 August 2015 5Barcelona3–0RomaBarcelona, Spain
22:00 CEST Neymar Goal 26'
Messi Yellow card 34', Goal 41'
Rakitić Goal 66'
Bartra Yellow card 90'
Report Yanga-Mbiwa Yellow card 34'
Florenzi Yellow card 37'
Nainggolan Yellow card 40'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 94,422
Referee: Estrada Fernández (Catalonia)
11 August 2015 FinalBarcelona Spain5–4 (a.e.t.)Spain SevillaTbilisi, Georgia
22:45 GET Messi Goal 7'16'
Rafinha Goal 44'
Suárez Goal 52'
Mathieu Yellow card 71'
Pedro Yellow card 94', Goal 115'
Busquets Yellow card 117'
Alves Yellow card 120'
Report Banega Goal 3', Yellow card 90+2'
Krychowiak Yellow card 14'
Reyes Goal 57'
Gameiro Goal 72' (pen.)
Konoplyanka Goal 81'
Coke Yellow card 87'
Immobile Yellow card 92'
Krohn-Dehli Yellow card 120'
Stadium: Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena
Attendance: 51,940
Referee: Willie Collum (Scotland)
14 August 2015 First legAthletic Bilbao4–0BarcelonaBilbao
22:00 CEST San José Goal 13', Yellow card 90+3'
Eraso Yellow card 44'
Beñat Yellow card 45'
Aduriz Goal 53'60'67' (pen.)
Etxeita Yellow card 70'
Susaeta Yellow card 74'
Gurpegui Yellow card 88'
Report Pedro Yellow card 41'
Alves Yellow card 67'
Mascherano Yellow card 80'
Iniesta Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: González González (Castile and León)
17 August 2015 Second legBarcelona1–1
(1–5 agg.)
Athletic BilbaoBarcelona
22:00 CEST Messi Goal 43'
Pedro Yellow card 45'
Piqué Red card 56'
Report Bóveda Yellow card 30'
Eraso Yellow card 41'
Aduriz Yellow card 59', Goal 74'
Beñat Yellow card 60'
Sola Red card 86'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 88,834
Referee: Velasco Carballo (Community of Madrid)
17 December 2015 Semi-finalsBarcelona Spain3–0China Guangzhou EvergrandeYokohama, Japan
19:30 JST (UTC+9) Suárez Goal 39'50'67' (pen.) Report Feng Yellow card 16' Stadium: International Stadium Yokohama
Attendance: 63,870
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)
20 December 2015 FinalRiver Plate Argentina0–3Spain BarcelonaYokohama, Japan
19:30 JST (UTC+9) Kranevitter Yellow card 10'
Ponzio Yellow card 32'
Report Alba Yellow card 16'
Messi Goal 36'
Rakitić Yellow card 43'
Suárez Goal 49'68'
Neymar Yellow card 61'
Roberto Yellow card 72'
Stadium: International Stadium Yokohama
Attendance: 66,853
Referee: Alireza Faghani (Iran)
23 August 2015 1Athletic Bilbao0–1BarcelonaBilbao
18:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Elustondo Yellow card 34'
Eraso Yellow card 37'
Ibai Yellow card 71'
Report Rakitić Yellow card 44'
Suárez Goal 54', Yellow card 75'
Vermaelen Yellow card 64'
Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 41,000
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (Community of Madrid)
29 August 2015 2Barcelona1–0MálagaBarcelona
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Vermaelen Goal 73' Report Recio Yellow card 43'
Tissone Yellow card 89'
Torres Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 80,812
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre (Aragon)
12 September 2015 3Atlético Madrid1–2BarcelonaMadrid
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Óliver Yellow card 18'
Filipe Luís Yellow card 43'
Torres Goal 51'
Giménez Yellow card 89'
Report Iniesta Yellow card 44'
Neymar Goal 55'
Messi Goal 77'
Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 53,491
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Valencian Community)
20 September 2015 4Barcelona4–1LevanteBarcelona
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Bartra Goal 50'
Neymar Goal 56'
Messi Goal 61' (pen.)90'
Report Verza Yellow card 45'
Víctor Goal 66'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 76,013
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán (Andalusia)
23 September 2015 5Celta Vigo4–1BarcelonaVigo
20:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Nolito Goal 26'
Aspas Goal 30'56'
Mallo Yellow card 79'
Guidetti Goal 83'
Gómez Yellow card 90'
Report Busquets Yellow card 23'
Neymar Goal 80', Yellow card 89'
Stadium: Balaídos
Attendance: 23,311
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (Navarre)
26 September 2015 6Barcelona2–1Las PalmasBarcelona
16:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Suárez Goal 25'54', Yellow card 90+2'
Mascherano Yellow card 79'
Report Hernán Yellow card 36'
David Simón Yellow card 56'
Wakaso Yellow card 58'
Alcaraz Yellow card 66'
Viera Goal 88'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 74,916
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Country)
3 October 2015 7Sevilla2–1BarcelonaSeville
16:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Krychowiak Yellow card 19'
Andreolli Yellow card 22'
Kolodziejczak Yellow card 33'
Krohn-Dehli Goal 52'
Iborra Goal 58'
Trémoulinas Yellow card 73'
Llorente Yellow card 75'
Report Busquets Yellow card 28'
Mathieu Yellow card 48'
Alba Yellow card 60'
Neymar Goal 74' (pen.)
Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 39,374
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano (Extremadura)
18 October 2015 8Barcelona5–2Rayo VallecanoBarcelona
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Neymar Goal 22' (pen.)32' (pen.)69'70'
Suárez Goal 77'
Piqué Yellow card 79'
Report Guerra Goal 15'
Llorente Yellow card 21'
Dorado Yellow card 47'
Jozabed Goal 86'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 75,472
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero (Andalusia)
25 October 2015 9Barcelona3–1EibarBarcelona
18:15 CET (UTC+01:00) Suárez Goal 21'48'85'
Rakitić Yellow card 50'
Mascherano Red card 83'
Piqué Yellow card 90+1'
Neymar Yellow card 90+2'
Report Borja Goal 10'
Escalante Yellow card 60'
Juncà Yellow card 67'
Pantić Yellow card 82'
Capa Yellow card 90+2'
Eddy Yellow card 90+3'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 78,228
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (Community of Madrid)
31 October 2015 10Getafe0–2BarcelonaGetafe
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Alexis Yellow card 39'
J. Rodríguez Yellow card 43'
D. Suárez Yellow card 47'
Report L. Suárez Goal 37'
Neymar Goal 58'
Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Attendance: 10,089
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera (Valencian Community)
8 November 2015 11Barcelona3–0VillarrealBarcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Mathieu Yellow card 27'
Iniesta Yellow card 37'
Neymar Yellow card 47', Goal 60'85'
Suárez Yellow card 47', Goal 70' (pen.)
Piqué Yellow card 64'
Report Mario Yellow card 39'
Costa Yellow card 69'
Bonera Yellow card 72'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 72,109
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez (Aragon)
21 November 2015 12Real Madrid0–4BarcelonaMadrid
18:15 CET (UTC+01:00) Rodríguez Yellow card 23'
Ramos Yellow card 51'
Carvajal Yellow card 83'
Isco Red card 84'
Report Suárez Goal 11'74'
Alves Yellow card 31'
Neymar Goal 39'
Iniesta Goal 53'
Busquets Yellow card 90+2'
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 80,148
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán (Andalusia)
28 November 2015 13Barcelona4–0Real SociedadBarcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Neymar Goal 22'53'
Suárez Goal 41'
Messi Goal 90+1'
Report Berchiche Yellow card 27'
Granero Yellow card 37'
Canales Yellow card 48'
Pardo Yellow card 50'
Elustondo Yellow card 56'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 74,020
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva (Galicia)
5 December 2015 14Valencia1–1BarcelonaValencia
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Parejo Yellow card 70'
Danilo Yellow card 77'
Mina Goal 86'
Gayà Yellow card 87'
Report Mascherano Yellow card 16'
Suárez Goal 59'
Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 46,799
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre (Aragon)
12 December 2015 15Barcelona2–2Deportivo La CoruñaBarcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Messi Goal 39'
Rakitić Goal 62'
Report Luisinho Yellow card 41'
Laure Yellow card 72'
Lucas Goal 77'
Bergantiños Goal 86'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 67,194
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez (Murcia)
30 December 2015 17Barcelona4–0Real BetisBarcelona
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Westermann Goal 29' (o.g.)
Messi Goal 33'
Suárez Goal 46'83'
Alves Yellow card 77'
Report Adán Yellow card 27'
Petros Yellow card 30'
Pezzella Yellow card 68'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 83,630
Referee: Iñaki Vicandi Garrido (Basque Country)
2 January 2016 18Espanyol0–0BarcelonaCornellà de Llobregat
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Álvaro Yellow card 22'
J. López Yellow card 31'
Jordán Yellow card 42'
Álvarez Yellow card 60'
Diop Yellow card 89'
Report Mascherano Yellow card 22'
Neymar Yellow card 86'
Piqué Yellow card 90'
Stadium: Cornellà-El Prat
Attendance: 28,975
Referee: José Luis González González (Castile and León)
9 January 2016 19Barcelona4–0GranadaBarcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Messi Goal 8'14'58'
Vidal Yellow card 63'
Neymar Goal 83'
Report Rochina Yellow card 29'
Édgar Yellow card 56'
Lombán Yellow card 57'
Dória Yellow card 60'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 70,720
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (Community of Madrid)
17 January 2016 20Barcelona6–0Athletic BilbaoBarcelona
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Messi Goal 7' (pen.)
Neymar Goal 31'
Suárez Goal 47'68'82'
Mascherano Yellow card 51'
Rakitić Goal 62'
Piqué Yellow card 87'
Report Iraizoz Red card 4'
De Marcos Yellow card 69'
Eraso Yellow card 85'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 68,019
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Valencian Community)
23 January 2016 21Málaga1–2BarcelonaMálaga
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Charles Yellow card 25'
Juanpi Goal 32'
Fornals Yellow card 86'
Duda Yellow card 90+4'
Report Munir Goal 2'
Vermaelen Yellow card 44'
Messi Goal 51', Yellow card 65'
Turan Yellow card 71'
Stadium: La Rosaleda
Attendance: 27,559
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez (Aragon)
30 January 2016 22Barcelona2–1Atlético MadridBarcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Messi Goal 30'
Suárez Goal 38'
Report Koke Goal 10'
Godín Yellow card 24' Yellow-red card 67'
Gabi Yellow card 25'
Juanfran Yellow card 41'
Filipe Luís Red card 44'
Thomas Yellow card 90+2'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 94,990
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (Navarre)
7 February 2016 23Levante0–2BarcelonaValencia
12:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Feddal Yellow card 23'
Navarro Yellow card 57'
Lerma Yellow card 66'
López Yellow card 83'
Report Navarro Goal 21' (o.g.)
Piqué Yellow card 28'
Alves Yellow card 63'
Busquets Yellow card 89'
Suárez Goal 90+2'
Stadium: Ciutat de València
Attendance: 22,638
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero (Andalusia)
14 February 2016 24Barcelona6–1Celta VigoBarcelona
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Messi Goal 28'
Suárez Goal 59'75'81'
Rakitić Goal 84'
Neymar Goal 90+1'
Report Cabral Yellow card 11'
Planas Yellow card 26'
Guidetti Goal 39' (pen.)
Mallo Yellow card 42'
Señé Yellow card 74'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 72,850
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández (Las Palmas)
17 February 2016 16Sporting Gijón1–3BarcelonaGijón
18:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Castro Goal 26'
Meré Yellow card 61'
Canella Yellow card 90+1'
Report Messi Goal 24'30'
Suárez Goal 67'
Busquets Yellow card 78'
Stadium: El Molinón
Attendance: 28,140
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Country)
20 February 2016 25Las Palmas1–2BarcelonaLas Palmas
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Willian José Goal 10'
Mesa Yellow card 84'
Report Suárez Goal 6'
Turan Yellow card 33'
Neymar Goal 39'
Alves Yellow card 86'
Stadium: Estadio Gran Canaria
Attendance: 26,951
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (Community of Madrid)
28 February 2016 26Barcelona2–1SevillaBarcelona
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Messi Goal 31'
Piqué Goal 48', Yellow card 90'
Alves Yellow card 71'
Roberto Yellow card 74'
Report Vitolo Goal 20'
Rami Yellow card 30'
Kolodziejczak Yellow card 77'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 79,684
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre (Aragon)
3 March 2016 27Rayo Vallecano1–5BarcelonaMadrid
21:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Llorente Red card 42'
Manucho Goal 57'
Iturra Red card 67'
Report Rakitić Goal 22'
Messi Goal 23'53'72'
Turan Yellow card 78', Goal 86'
Neymar Yellow card 87'
Stadium: Campo de Vallecas
Attendance: 14,430
Referee: Iñaki Vicandi Garrido (Basque Country)
6 March 2016 28Eibar0–4BarcelonaEibar
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Radošević Yellow card 5'
Ramis Yellow card 70'
García Yellow card 82'
Report Munir Goal 8'
Messi Goal 41'76' (pen.)
Suárez Yellow card 48', Goal 84'
Mascherano Yellow card 83'
Stadium: Ipurua
Attendance: 6,100
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (Navarre)
12 March 2016 29Barcelona6–0GetafeBarcelona
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) J. Rodríguez Goal 8' (o.g.)
Munir Goal 19'
Neymar Goal 32'51'
Messi Goal 40'
Turan Goal 57'
Report Velázquez Yellow card 10'
Medrán Yellow card 42'
Pedro León Yellow card 50'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 87,533
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero (Andalusia)
20 March 2016 30Villarreal2–2BarcelonaVillarreal
16:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Soldado Yellow card 20'
Bruno Yellow card 24'
Asenjo Yellow card 40'
Ruiz Yellow card 41'
Rukavina Yellow card 43'
Bakambu Goal 57'
Mathieu Goal 63' (o.g.)
Pina Yellow card 78'
Mario Yellow card 84'
Trigueros Yellow card 85'
Report Turan Yellow card 13'
Piqué Yellow card 16'
Rakitić Goal 20'
Neymar Goal 41' (pen.)
Alba Yellow card 53'
Mascherano Yellow card 90+4'
Stadium: El Madrigal
Attendance: 24,398
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez (Murcia)
2 April 2016 31Barcelona1–2Real MadridBarcelona
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Suárez Yellow card 27'
Mascherano Yellow card 29'
Piqué Goal 56'
Rakitić Yellow card 58'
Report Ramos Yellow card 10' Yellow-red card 83'
Carvajal Yellow card 18'
Benzema Goal 63'
Ronaldo Yellow card 81', Goal 85'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 98,902
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández (Las Palmas)
9 April 2016 32Real Sociedad1–0BarcelonaSan Sebastián
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Oyarzabal Goal 5'
Illarramendi Yellow card 25'
Report Turan Yellow card 43'
Mascherano Yellow card 68'
Piqué Yellow card 90+2'
Stadium: Anoeta
Attendance: 27,895
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva (Galicia)
17 April 2016 33Barcelona1–2ValenciaBarcelona
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Piqué Yellow card 35'
Suárez Yellow card 40'
Messi Goal 63'
Neymar Yellow card 86'
Report Barragán Yellow card 15'
Rakitić Goal 26' (o.g.)
Mina Goal 45+1'
Parejo Yellow card 51'
Gomes Yellow card 68'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 86,903
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán (Andalusia)
20 April 2016 34Deportivo La Coruña0–8BarcelonaA Coruña
20:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Cani Yellow card 30' Report Suárez Goal 11'24'53'64'
Rakitić Goal 47'
Messi Goal 73'
Bartra Goal 79'
Neymar Goal 81'
Stadium: Riazor
Attendance: 28,956
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Country)
23 April 2016 35Barcelona6–0Sporting GijónBarcelona
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Messi Goal 12'
Suárez Goal 63'74' (pen.)77' (pen.)88'
Neymar Goal 85' (pen.)
Report Vranješ Yellow card 26' Yellow-red card 84'
Hernández Yellow card 71'
Halilović Yellow card 84'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 77,299
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez (Aragon)
30 April 2016 36Real Betis0–2BarcelonaSeville
20:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Bruno Yellow card 21'
Westermann Yellow card 28' Yellow-red card 35'
Petros Yellow card 34'
Ceballos Yellow card 66'
Report Piqué Yellow card 23'
Messi Yellow card 23'
Alves Yellow card 45+1'
Rakitić Goal 50'
Suárez Goal 81'
Stadium: Benito Villamarín
Attendance: 44,015
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Valencian Community)
8 May 2016 37Barcelona5–0EspanyolBarcelona
17:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Messi Goal 8', Yellow card 12'
Suárez Goal 52'61'
Rafinha Goal 74'
Neymar Goal 83'
Mascherano Yellow card 90'
Report Diop Yellow card 18'
Pérez Yellow card 27'
Álvarez Yellow card 36'
Cañas Yellow card 39'
López Yellow card 63'
Pau Yellow card 69'
Rober Yellow card 69'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 91,610
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano (Extremadura)
14 May 2016 38Granada0–3BarcelonaGranada
17:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Doucouré Yellow card 54'
Pérez Yellow card 62'
Rico Yellow card 65'
Fernández Yellow card 74'
Report Busquets Yellow card 19'
Suárez Goal 22'38'86'
Piqué Yellow card 74'
Stadium: Nuevo Los Cármenes
Attendance: 21,692
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández (Las Palmas)
28 October 2015 First legVillanovense0–0BarcelonaVillanueva de la Serena
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Pajuelo Yellow card 53'
Trinidad Yellow card 82'
Report Gumbau Yellow card 59' Stadium: Romero Cuerda
Attendance: 10,500
Referee: Eduardo Prieto Iglesias (Navarre)
2 December 2015 Second legBarcelona6–1
(6–1 agg.)
VillanovenseBarcelona
20:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Alves Goal 4'
Sandro Goal 21'31'69'
Mascherano Yellow card 44'
Munir Goal 51'76'
Report Juanfran Goal 29'
Trinidad Yellow card 33'
Elías Yellow card 41'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 67,703
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero (Andalusia)
6 January 2016 First legBarcelona4–1EspanyolBarcelona
20:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Messi Goal 13'44', Yellow card 78'
Neymar Yellow card 34', Goal 88'
Suárez Yellow card 45+2'
Piqué Goal 49'
Report Caicedo Goal 9'
Abraham Yellow card 11'
Gerard Yellow card 20'
Pau Yellow card 45+2'
Diop Yellow card 52' Red card 75'
Pérez Yellow card 59' Yellow-red card 72'
Burgui Yellow card 74'
Roco Yellow card 78'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 76,667
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera (Valencian Community)
13 January 2016 Second legEspanyol0–2
(1–6 agg.)
BarcelonaCornellà de Llobregat
21:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Burgui Yellow card 32'
Álvaro Yellow card 39'
Caicedo Yellow card 42'
Sevilla Yellow card 62'
Report Munir Goal 32'87'
Vidal Yellow card 72'
Rakitić Yellow card 81'
Adriano Yellow card 84'
Stadium: Cornellà-El Prat
Attendance: 20,843
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán (Andalusia)
20 January 2016 First legAthletic Bilbao1–2BarcelonaBilbao
21:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Laporte Yellow card 54'
De Marcos Yellow card 65'
Etxeita Yellow card 67'
Sabin Yellow card 76'
Iturraspe Yellow card 77'
Aduriz Goal 89'
San José Yellow card 90+3'
Report Munir Goal 18'
Neymar Goal 24'
Iniesta Yellow card 39'
Mascherano Yellow card 78'
Alves Yellow card 90'
Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 53,000
Referee: José Luis González González (Castile and León)
27 January 2016 Second legBarcelona3–1
(5–2 agg.)
Athletic BilbaoBarcelona
21:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Suárez Goal 53', Yellow card 70'
Piqué Goal 81'
Neymar Goal 90+1'
Report Williams Goal 12'
Rico Yellow card 19'
Balenziaga Yellow card 39'
Lekue Yellow card 52'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 63,405
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández (Las Palmas)
3 February 2016 First legBarcelona7–0ValenciaBarcelona
21:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Suárez Goal 7'12'83'88'
Iniesta Yellow card 14'
Piqué Yellow card 24'
Messi Goal 29'58'74'
Neymar Penalty missed 45+2'
Turan Yellow card 84'
Report Mustafi Red card 45+2'
Feghouli Yellow card 65'
Cheryshev Yellow card 79'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 60,635
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva (Galicia)
10 February 2016 Second legValencia1–1
(1–8 agg.)
BarcelonaValencia
21:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Diallo Yellow card 35'
Negredo Goal 39'
Santos Yellow card 41'
Gayà Yellow card 63'
Salvador Yellow card 88'
Report Munir Yellow card 24'
Samper Yellow card 73'
Kaptoum Goal 84'
Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 16,296
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (Community of Madrid)
22 May 2016 FinalBarcelona2–0 (a.e.t.)SevillaMadrid
21:30 CEST (UTC+02:00) Mascherano Red card 36'
Alba Yellow card 87', Goal 97'
Neymar Yellow card 89', Goal 120+2'
Alves Yellow card 90'
Iniesta Yellow card 90'
Report Rami Yellow card 73'
Vitolo Yellow card 75'
Banega Red card 90+2'
Iborra Yellow card 90+5'
Krychowiak Yellow card 92'
Konoplyanka Yellow card 102'
Escudero Yellow card 104'
Gameiro Yellow card 114'
Carriço Yellow card 120+1' Yellow-red card 120+1'
Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 54,907
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (Community of Madrid)
16 September 2015 1Roma Italy1–1Spain BarcelonaRome, Italy
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Florenzi Goal 31'
Nainggolan Yellow card 63'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Suárez Goal 21'
Piqué Yellow card 75'
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
Attendance: 57,836
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)
29 September 2015 2Barcelona Spain2–1Germany Bayer LeverkusenBarcelona, Spain
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Mascherano Yellow card 31'
Neymar Yellow card 37'
Alba Yellow card 75'
Roberto Goal 80'
Suárez Goal 82'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Papadopoulos Goal 22', Yellow card 68'
Bender Yellow card 40'
Çalhanoğlu Yellow card 63'
Kampl Yellow card 89'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 68,694
Referee: Martin Atkinson (England)
20 October 2015 3BATE Borisov Belarus0–2Spain BarcelonaBarysaw, Belarus
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Palyakow Yellow card 29'
M. Valadzko Yellow card 43'
Hayduchyk Yellow card 61'
Karnitsky Yellow card 82'
Milunović Yellow card 83'
A. Valadzko Yellow card 88'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Busquets Yellow card 23'
Alves Yellow card 41'
Rakitić Goal 48'65'
Gumbau Yellow card 74'
Stadium: Borisov Arena
Attendance: 13,073
Referee: Manuel De Sousa (Portugal)
4 November 2015 4Barcelona Spain3–0Belarus BATE BorisovBarcelona, Spain
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) Neymar Goal 30' (pen.)83'
Alves Yellow card 51'
Suárez Goal 60'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Mladenović Yellow card 30'
Mazalewski Yellow card 44'
Nikolić Yellow card 80'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 68,502
Referee: István Vad (Hungary)
24 November 2015 5Barcelona Spain6–1Italy RomaBarcelona, Spain
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) Suárez Goal 15'44'
Messi Goal 18'59', Yellow card 63'
Piqué Yellow card 41', Goal 56'
Alves Yellow card 57'
Neymar Penalty missed 77'
Adriano Goal 77'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Vainqueur Yellow card 62'
Džeko Penalty missed 82', Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 71,433
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
9 December 2015 6Bayer Leverkusen Germany1–1Spain BarcelonaLeverkusen, Germany
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) Hernández Goal 23'
Kampl Yellow card 29'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Messi Goal 20'
Bartra Yellow card 52'
Gumbau Yellow card 85'
Rakitić Yellow card 86'
Stadium: BayArena
Attendance: 29,412
Referee: Mark Clattenburg (England)
23 February 2016 First legArsenal England0–2Spain BarcelonaLondon, England
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) Monreal Yellow card 6' UEFA Report
Club Report
Messi Goal 71'83' (pen.)
Piqué Yellow card 85'
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,889
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
16 March 2016 Second legBarcelona Spain3–1
(5–1 agg.)
England ArsenalBarcelona, Spain
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) Neymar Goal 18'
Suárez Goal 65'
Turan Yellow card 79'
Messi Goal 88'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Flamini Yellow card 32'
Gabriel Yellow card 35'
Sánchez Yellow card 50'
Elneny Goal 51'
Giroud Yellow card 85'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 76,092
Referee: Sergei Karasev (Russia)
5 April 2016 First legBarcelona Spain2–1Spain Atlético MadridBarcelona, Spain
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Busquets Yellow card 48'
Suárez Goal 63'74', Yellow card 70'
Mascherano Yellow card 82'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Torres Goal 25', Yellow card 29' Yellow-red card 35'
Koke Yellow card 33'
Filipe Luís Yellow card 61'
Griezmann Yellow card 73'
Hernandez Yellow card 78'
Oblak Yellow card 79'
Fernández Yellow card 86'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 88,534
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)
13 April 2016 Second legAtlético Madrid Spain2–0
(3–2 agg.)
Spain BarcelonaMadrid, Spain
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Griezmann Goal 36'88' (pen.)
Gabi Yellow card 69'
Godín Yellow card 85'
Correa Yellow card 90'
Koke Yellow card 90+5'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Suárez Yellow card 70'
Neymar Yellow card 76'
Iniesta Yellow card 87'
Turan Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 52,851
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)
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