2018–19 FC Barcelona season

The 2018–19 season is Futbol Club Barcelona's 119th season in existence and the club's 88th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. Barcelona will be involved in four competitions after winning the double of La Liga and Copa del Rey in the previous season.

Barcelona
2018–19 season
PresidentJosep Maria Bartomeu
Head CoachErnesto Valverde
StadiumCamp Nou
La Liga1st
Copa del ReyFinal
Supercopa de EspañaWinners
UEFA Champions LeagueQuarter-finals
Top goalscorerLeague: Lionel Messi (29)
All: Lionel Messi (39)
Highest home attendance93,265 vs Real Madrid
(28 October 2018)[1]
Lowest home attendance42,838 vs Levante
(17 January 2019)[1]
Average home league attendance71,358[1]

Season overview

June

On 3 June, Barcelona and defender Samuel Umtiti reached an agreement to extend the player’s contract for a further five seasons through to 2022–23 with a release clause of €500 million.[2]

On 11 June, Barcelona reached an agreement with Watford for the transfer of Gerard Deulofeu for €13 million plus €4 million in variables. Barcelona will also receive a percentage of any future transfer fee.[3]

July

On 8 July, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement with Guangzhou Evergrande for the loan transfer of Paulinho for one season, with a subsequent purchase option for the Chinese club.[4]

On 9 July, Barcelona and Grêmio finalized the transfer of Arthur Melo following the agreement the two clubs reached in March for a transfer fee of €31 million plus €9 million in variables. The player will sign a contract for the next six seasons and the buyout clause is set at €400 million.[5]

On 12 July, Barcelona announced that they had paid the buyout clause for Clément Lenglet which stood at €35.9 million. The player, who joined from Sevilla, signed a contract with the club for the next five seasons and the buyout clause is set at €300 million.[6]

On 23 July, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement with Sivasspor for the loan transfer of Douglas for one season.[7]

On 23 July, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement with Deportivo La Coruña for the loan transfer of Adrián Ortolá for one season, with a subsequent purchase option for the A Coruña club.[8]

On 24 July, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement with Bordeaux for the transfer of Malcom for a transfer fee of €41 million plus €1 million in variables. The player signed a contract for the next five seasons until the end of 2022–23.[9]

August

On 1 August, Barcelona and Everton reached an agreement for the transfer of Lucas Digne to the English club for an initial fee of €20.2 million and €1.5 million in variables.[10]

On 3 August, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement with Bayern Munich for the transfer of Arturo Vidal to the Catalan club for the next three seasons for a fee of €18 million.[11]

On 4 August, Barcelona and Sevilla reached an agreement for the transfer of Aleix Vidal to the Andalusian club for a transfer fee of €8.5 million, plus €2 million in variables.[12]

On 9 August, Barcelona and Everton reached an agreement for the transfer of Yerry Mina for a fee of €30.25 million with an additional €1.5 million in variables. Barcelona also negotiated a buy-back clause in the transfer.[13] Additionally, André Gomes was loaned to Everton for the 2018–19 season. The English club agreed to pay a fee of €2.25 million for the single season.[14]

On 12 August, Barcelona defeated Sevilla 1–2 in the Spanish Super Cup at the Stade Ibn Batouta in Morocco; goals from Gerard Piqué and Ousmane Dembélé handed the Catalans their 13th Supercopa de España title. The trophy was the first won under the captaincy of Lionel Messi, who also claimed his record-breaking 33rd trophy with the club. Additionally, the match saw official debuts from Arthur, Lenglet, and Arturo Vidal.[15]

On 16 August, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement for the transfer of Marlon to the Italian club Sassuolo for an initial fee of €6 million, including a buy-back clause for the Catalans. Barcelona will receive additional €6 million if Marlon makes 50 appearances for Sassuolo. If he would be sold before that, Barcelona will receive 50% of the future transfer fee.[16]

On 18 August, Barcelona defeated Alavés 3–0 with two goals from Messi, including the 6,000th La Liga goal in the club's history, and one from Coutinho to secure Barça an opening day victory for a tenth successive season.[17]

On 25 August, Barcelona defeated Real Valladolid 0–1, Barça made it two wins out of two thanks to a goal from Dembélé. The match also saw an official debut from Malcom.[18]

September

On 2 September, Barcelona demolished newly promoted Huesca 8–2. a sensational Messi who scored 2 goals had the chance to get his hatrick with a final minute penalty chose to be generous and gave the chance to suarez who scored his 2nd , Luis Suárez (2), Dembélé, Ivan Rakitić, Jordi Alba were all on the scoresheet, along with an own goal from Jorge Pulido.[19]

On 15 September, Barcelona defeated Real Sociedad 1–2. Despite trailing at half time, goals from Suárez and Dembélé turned things around to make it four wins out of four in La Liga.[20]

On 18 September, Barcelona beat PSV Eindhoven 4–0 in their first Champions League game of the season. Another great performance of Messi as he managed his record-breaking 8th Champions League hat-trick and Dembélé notched the remaining goal from a solo effort to complete another victory for the Blaugrana side.[21]

On 23 September, Barcelona draw Girona 2–2. Sending off for Lenglet hinders home side, Messi and Piqué found the net for the Blaugrana.[22]

On 26 September, Barcelona lost to Leganés 2–1. Coutinho's opener counts for nothing as top against bottom clash took unexpected twist with two goals in a minute.[23]

On 29 September, Barcelona draw Athletic 1–1. Substitutes Messi and Munir came to the rescue to salvage a draw at Camp Nou after Basques had taken 41st minute lead[24]

October

On 3 October, Barcelona defeated Tottenham 2–4, with some major changes in the starting eleven introducing Arthur as a starter for the first time in midfield, the benching of Dembele and putting Coutinho back in attack with Messi and Suarez. Valverde's men secured an important victory in a classic, end-to-end match in London to maintain their perfect start in the Champions League group stage.[25]

On 7 October, Barcelona drew with Valencia CF 1-1. Messi scored a beautiful equaliser after an early opener from Garay to earn the blaugranes a share of the spoils at Mestalla.[26]

On 20 October, Barcelona defeated Sevilla 4-2. Four goals and a sensational Messi and Ter Stegen snatched first place back from the leaders on a night that Leo Messi went off injured.[27]

On 24 October, Barcelona defeated Inter Milan 2-0. Rafinha and Jordi Alba's superb goals left the Catalans flying high in Champions League Group B with the maximum points at the halfway stage.[28]

On 28 October, in the first El Clásico of the season, and the first since 2007 not to feature Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, Barcelona thrashed Real Madrid 5–1 at the Camp Nou, with Luis Suárez scoring a hat-trick.[29]

November

On 3 November, Barca defeated Rayo Vallecano 2-3, two goals from Suárez and another from Ousmane Dembélé earned the Blaugranes a late win at Vallecas.[30]

On 6 November, Barca draw Inter Milan 1-1, Malcom's 1st goal was not enough at the Giuseppe Meazza after the equalizing goal of Icardi , but Barça still made the knockout stages with two games in hand.[31]

On 11 November, Barca lost 3-4 to Betis, The Andalusians spoiled Messi's return to action who scored 2 goals, with a shock victory in a dramatic encounter at the Camp Nou seeing Rakitic being sent off after picking his 2nd yellow card .[32]

On 24 November, Barca draw Atlético Madrid 1-1, Diego Costa's late header at the Wanda Metropolitano was cancelled out by Ousmane Dembélé after a brilliant pass of Messi in the final minute of normal time.in addition both Sergi Roberto and rafinha got injured after the game against Atlético [33]

On 28 November, Barca defeated PSV Eindhoven 1-2, Goals from a sensational Messi and Piqué clinched the points that ensure top spot in Champions League Group B with a game in hand.[34]

December

On 2 December, Barcelona defeated Villarreal 2-0 with goals from Gerard Piqué and Carles Aleñá, as well as a great all-round team performance which ensured the win and a clean sheet against worthy opponents.[35]

On 8 December, Barcelona defeated Espanyol 0-4 with two sensational free kicks from Leo Messi , plus goals from Dembélé and Luis Suárez which brought derby delight and another week at the top of the table.[36]

On 11 December, Barcelona drew 1-1 with Tottenham producing a magnificent performance as Dembélé scored Barça's only goal.[37]

On 16 December, Barcelona defeated Levante 0-5 playing sensational football which saw them power their way to victory in Valencia. Leo Messi scored yet another hat-trick with Luis Suárez and Gerard Piqué scoring the other goals.[38]

On 20 December, Barcelona announced that they has reached an agreement with Valencia for the transfer of Jeison Murillo on loan for the remainder of the 2018/19 season. The agreement includes a purchase option worth €25m.[39]

On 22 December, Barcelona defeated Celta Vigo 2-0 with goals from Leo Messi and Ousmane Dembele. The win ensured Barca remained on top of the table, three points ahead of Atletico Madrid, heading into the winter break.[40]

January

On 6 January, Barcelona defeated Getafe 1-2, goals from a sensational Leo Messi and a volley from Luis Suárez overcame a tough opponent and put the Barcelona five points clear at the top of the Liga table.[41]

On 10 January, Barcelona lost to Levante 2-1 in Copa del Rey round of 16, Philippe Coutinho converted a penalty five minutes from the end.[42]

On 13 January, Barcelona defeated Eibar 3-0, by 2 goals of Luis Suarez who was on fire with the first goal coming from a brilliant combination with a reborn Phillipe Coutinho, the other goal being scored by none other then a sensational Leo Messi, which made it his record 400th La Liga goal.[43][44]

On 17 January, Barcelona defeated Levante 3-0 in Copa del Rey round of 16 return game, by 2 goals of Ousmane Dembele and a goal of Leo Messi, this win made sure Barcelona qualified for the Copa del Rey quarter finals.[45]

On 20 January, Barcelona defeated Leganés 3-1, as the first-place Catalans chew up the 'Cucumber Growers' at Camp Nou.[46]

On 23 January, Barcelona lost to Sevilla 2-0 in the Copa del Rey quaterfinals. Juan Sarabia and Ben Yedder scored the goals for Sevilla.[47]

On 23 January, Barcelona announced that they had reached an agreement with Ajax for the transfer of Frankie De Jong who will be joining the Catalan club from 1 July 2019. The transfer fee is 75 million euros, plus a further 11 million in variables. The player will be signing a contract for the next five seasons, through to 2023/24.[48]

On 27 January, Barcelona won Girona 0-2. Nelson Semedo's first League goal and another Leo Messi special handed Barça all three points.[49]

On 30 January, Barcelona won Sevilla 6-1 in the Copa del Rey quarterfinals 2nd leg. Phil Coutinho nets a brace, while Ivan Rakitic, Sergi Roberto, Luis Suárez and Leo Messi notch a goal each. the victory made sure Barcelona qualified for the semifinals of the Copa del Rey [50]

February

On 1 February, the announcement was made that Barcelona would face Real Madrid in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey , in the second El Clásico of this season.[51]

On 2 February, Barça draw Valencia 2-2, Leo Messi scored twice as first-place Barça battle back from 2-0, first-half deficit to earn a tie and provisionally extend their lead at the top of the table.[52]

On 6 February, Barça draw Real Madrid 1-1, The Catalans and the Madrileños finished all square at Camp Nou in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals; Malcom pulled Barça even after Lucas Vásquez put Los Blancos up early. Making the second leg game at the Bernabeu even more exciting [53]

On 10 February, Barça draw Athletic 0-0, Barça had the possession but without doing too much with it.[54]

On 16 February, Barça won Valladolid 1-0, Barça picked up three vital points in La Liga thanks to a Leo Messi first half penalty. Messi coud have doubled the lead with a second penalty given near the end , but the keeper stopped the penalty [55]

On 19 February, Barça draw Lyon 0-0, Barça had 25 shots on goal but no joy with the tie.[56]

On 23 February, Barça won Sevilla 2-4, Lionel Messi's stunning hat-trick against his favourite opponent, and Luis Suarez's late goal secured the points for the Blaugrana who twice went behind. [57]

On 27 February, Barça won Real Madrid 0-3(1-4 agg), Luis Suárez was the hero as his two goals plus an own goal send a rampant Barça flying into yet another cup final, the 6th Copa Del Rey final in a row for Barca and they are looking to make it their 5th straight victory in a row [58]

March

On 2 March, Barça won Real Madrid 0-1, Ivan Rakitic goal secured second win of the week at the Bernabéu.[59] It was four seasons in a row now that Barça have won at Real Madrid in the league, a feat that no other team has ever achieved.[60] FC Barcelona have claimed their 96th win the fixture overtaking Real Madrid for the first time in 87 years.[61]

On 4 March, Barça and Sergi Samper agreed to a contract termination.[62]

On 9 March, Barça won Rayo Vallecano 3-1. Raúl de Tomás scored for the visitors in the 25th minute with an outside of the box shot, Gerard Piqué equalised with a header in the 39th minute, Lionel Messi put Barcelona in the lead with a 51st minute penalty and Luis Suárez finished off the game with a 82nd minute tap-in.[63]

On 13 March, Barça won Lyon 5-1 (5-1 agg), a magnificent performance from Lionel Messi saw the Argentine grab two of Barça's five goals, and assist in two more for Gerard Piqué and Ousmane Dembélé, Philippe Coutinho completing the scoring.[64] FC Barcelona hold the record in the Champions League for 12 consecutive appearances in the last eight of Europe's top club competition.[65]

On 15 March, It was announced that Barça would face Manchester United in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League.[66]

On 17 March, Barça won Real Betis 1-4. Leo Messi posted yet another legendary hat-trick performance, Luis Suárez added the other, and Barça fly into a ten-point lead in La Liga. Unfortunately the Uruguayan sustained an injury keeping him out of play for 10-15 days.[67]

Squad information

First team squad

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK Germany Ter Stegen 26 EU 2014 179 0 2022 €12M
2 DF Portugal N. Semedo 25 EU 2017 69 1 2021 €30M
3 DF Spain Piqué (3rd captain) 32 EU 2008 486 46 2022 €5M Originally from Youth system
4 MF Croatia I. Rakitić 30 EU 2014 256 35 2021 €18M
5 MF Spain Sergio (vice-captain) 30 EU 2008 523 13 2023 Youth system
6 DF France Todibo 19 EU 2019 0 0 2023 €1M
7 FW Brazil Coutinho 26 EU 2018 63 19 2023 €120M Second nationality: Portugal
8 MF Brazil Arthur 22 Non-EU 2018 32 0 2024 €31M
9 FW Uruguay Suárez 32 EU 2014 237 173 2021 €81M Second nationality: Italy
10 FW Argentina Messi (captain) 31 EU 2004 674 591 2024 Youth system Second nationality: Spain
11 FW France O. Dembélé 21 EU 2017 58 18 2021 €105M
12 MF Brazil Rafinha 26 EU 2011 87 12 2020 Youth system Second nationality: Spain
13 GK Netherlands Cillessen 29 EU 2016 27 0 2021 €13M
14 FW Brazil Malcom 22 Non-EU 2018 15 3 2023 €41M
15 DF France Lenglet 23 EU 2018 33 1 2023 €35.9M
17 DF Colombia Murillo 26 EU 2019 2 0 2019 €2M (loan) Second nationality: Spain
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 29 EU 2012 286 14 2024 €14M Originally from Youth system
19 FW Ghana Prince 32 EU 2019 2 0 2019 €1M (loan) Second nationality: Germany
20 DF Spain S. Roberto (4th captain) 27 EU 2010 233 8 2022 Youth system
21 MF Spain Aleñá 21 EU 2016 24 2 2022 Youth system
22 MF Chile Vidal 31 Non-EU 2018 38 2 2021 €18M
23 DF France Umtiti 25 EU 2016 94 2 2023 €25M
24 DF Belgium Vermaelen 33 EU 2014 52 1 2019 €15M

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
27 Spain DF Juan Miranda
28 Spain MF Riqui Puig
29 Spain FW Abel Ruiz
30 Spain GK Iñaki Peña
31 Spain GK Jokin Ezkieta
32 Spain MF Monchu
33 Spain DF Jorge Cuenca
No. Position Player
34 Spain MF Álex Collado
35 Spain MF Oriol Busquets
36 Spain DF Chumi
37 Spain DF Óscar Mingueza
38 Spain DF Guillem Jaime
40 Senegal DF Moussa Wagué

Source:Champions League 2018/19 numbers

Transfers and loans

Transfers in

Entry date Position No. Player From club Fee Ref.
9 July 2018 MF 8 Brazil Arthur Melo Brazil Grêmio €31,000,000[A] [68]
12 July 2018 DF 15 France Clément Lenglet Sevilla €35,900,000 [69]
24 July 2018 FW 14 Brazil Malcom France Bordeaux €41,000,000[B] [70]
3 August 2018 MF 22 Chile Arturo Vidal Germany Bayern Munich Undisclosed [71]
31 January 2019 DF 6 France Jean-Clair Todibo France Toulouse €1,000,000[C] [73]
Total €108,900,000
  1. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €40,000,000.
  2. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €42,000,000.
  3. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €3,000,000.[72]

Transfers out

Exit date Position No. Player To club Fee Ref.
1 July 2018[A] MF 8 Andrés Iniesta Japan Vissel Kobe Free [74]
1 July 2018[B] FW Gerard Deulofeu England Watford €13,000,000[C] [75][76]
1 August 2018 DF 19 France Lucas Digne England Everton €20,200,000[D] [78]
4 August 2018 DF 22 Aleix Vidal Sevilla €8,500,000[E] [79][80]
9 August 2018 DF 24 Colombia Yerry Mina England Everton €30,250,000[F] [81][82]
16 August 2018 DF Brazil Marlon Italy Sassuolo €6,000,000[G] [83][84]
11 January 2019 FW 23 Munir Sevilla €1,050,000 [85] [86]
15 January 2019 MF 15 Brazil Paulinho China Guangzhou Evergrande Undisclosed[H] [87][88]
1 February 2019[I] FW 17 Paco Alcácer Germany Borussia Dortmund €23,000,000[J] [89][90]
4 March 2019 MF 16 Sergi Samper Japan Vissel Kobe Free [91]
Total €102,000,000
  1. ^ Deal agreed 24 May 2018.
  2. ^ Deal agreed 11 June 2018.
  3. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €17,000,000.
  4. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €21,700,000.[77]
  5. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €10,500,000.
  6. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €31,750,000.
  7. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €12,000,000.
  8. ^ Fee reported as €42,000,000.
  9. ^ Deal agreed 11 November 2018.
  10. ^ Fee may eventually rise to €28,000,000.

Loans in

Start date End date Position No. Player From club Fee Ref.
20 December 2018 End of season DF 17 Colombia Jeison Murillo Valencia €2,000,000[A] [92]
21 January 2019 End of season FW 19 Ghana Kevin-Prince Boateng Italy Sassuolo €1,000,000[B] [93]
  1. ^ Includes a purchase option worth €25,000,000.
  2. ^ Includes a purchase option worth €8,000,000.

Loans out

Start date End date Position No. Player To club Fee Ref.
15 July 2018 End of season[A] MF 15 Brazil Paulinho China Guangzhou Evergrande None[B] [94]
23 July 2018 End of season DF Brazil Douglas Turkey Sivasspor None [95]
24 July 2018 End of season GK Adrián Ortolá Deportivo La Coruña None[C] [97]
9 August 2018 End of season MF 21 Portugal André Gomes England Everton €2,250,000 [98][99]
28 August 2018 End of season[D] FW 17 Paco Alcácer Germany Borussia Dortmund €2,000,000[E] [101]
31 January 2019 End of season MF 6 Denis Suárez England Arsenal None[F] [103]
  1. ^ Purchase option triggered 15 January 2019.[87]
  2. ^ Includes a purchase option.[87]
  3. ^ Includes a purchase option.[96]
  4. ^ Purchase option triggered 1 February 2019.[89]
  5. ^ Includes a purchase option worth €23,000,000 which may eventually rise to €28,000,000.[100]
  6. ^ Includes a purchase option.[102]

Transfer summary

Undisclosed fees are not included in the transfer totals.

Expenditure

Summer: Decrease €107,900,000

Winter: Decrease €4,000,000

Total: Decrease €111,900,000

Income

Summer: Increase €82,200,000

Winter: Increase €24,050,000

Total: Increase €106,250,000

Net totals

Summer: Decrease €25,700,000

Winter: Increase €20,050,000

Total: Decrease €5,650,000

Statistics

Squad appearances and goals

Last updated on 19 February 2019.
No. Pos Nat Player Total La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Goalkeepers
1 GK Germany Marc-André ter Stegen 36 0 27 0 7 0 1 0 1 0
13 GK Netherlands Jasper Cillessen 7 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 0
Defenders
2 DF Portugal Nélson Semedo 29 1 14+3 1 4+1 0 5+1 0 1 0
3 DF Spain Gerard Piqué 38 7 28 4 7 2 2 0 1 1
6 DF France Jean-Clair Todibo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 DF France Clément Lenglet 30 1 14+1 0 7+1 0 3+3 1 1 0
17 DF Colombia Jeison Murillo 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 38 2 25+2 1 7 1 2+1 0 1 0
23 DF France Samuel Umtiti 11 0 9+1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
24 DF Belgium Thomas Vermaelen 11 0 7+1 0 1+1 0 1 0 0 0
27 DF Spain Juan Miranda 4 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0
33 DF Spain Jorge Cuenca 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
36 DF Spain Juan Brandáriz 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0
Midfielders
4 MF Croatia Ivan Rakitić 39 4 22+4 2 7 1 5 1 0+1 0
5 MF Spain Sergio Busquets 38 0 23+3 0 7+1 0 2+1 0 1 0
8 MF Brazil Arthur Melo 29 0 12+6 0 5+1 0 3+1 0 1 0
12 MF Brazil Rafinha 8 1 3+2 0 1+1 1 0 0 1 0
20 MF Spain Sergi Roberto 29 1 17+2 0 5 0 2+3 1 0 0
21 MF Spain Carles Aleñá 15 1 3+6 1 1 0 3+2 0 0 0
22 MF Chile Arturo Vidal 34 2 13+8 2 1+6 0 4+1 0 0+1 0
28 MF Spain Riqui Puig 1 0 0 0 0 0 0+1 0 0 0
35 MF Spain Oriol Busquets 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Forwards
7 FW Brazil Philippe Coutinho 39 9 16+9 4 7+1 2 4+1 3 0+1 0
9 FW Uruguay Luis Suárez 38 21 25+2 18 6 0 2+2 3 1 0
10 FW Argentina Lionel Messi 37 39 24+2 29 5+1 8 4 2 1 0
11 FW France Ousmane Dembélé 33 14 14+9 8 5+1 3 3 2 1 1
14 FW Brazil Malcom 14 2 1+7 0 0+2 1 4 1 0 0
19 FW Ghana Kevin-Prince Boateng 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Players who have made an appearance this season but have left the club
6 MF Spain Denis Suárez 8 2 0+2 0 0+2 0 2+2 2 0 0
16 MF Spain Sergi Samper 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
19 FW Spain Munir 11 2 1+6 1 1+1 0 2 1 0 0

Squad statistics

League Europe Cup Others Total
Games played 28 8 8 1 45
Games won 20 5 5 1 31
Games drawn 6 3 1 0 10
Games lost 2 0 2 0 4
Goals scored 73 19 19 2 113
Goals conceded 27 6 7 1 41
Goal difference 46 13 12 1 72
Clean sheets 11 3 3 0 17
Goal by Substitute 7 2 1 0 10
Total shots
Shots on target
Corners
Players used
Offsides
Fouls suffered
Fouls committed
Yellow cards 45 10 16 3 74
Red cards 2 1 0 0 3

Last updated: 22 December 2018
Source: La liga statistics, UEFA Champions League statistics, Copa del Rey statistics

Goalscorers

No. Pos. Nation Name La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa de España Total
10 FW Argentina Messi 29 8 2 0 39
9 FW Uruguay Suárez 18 0 0 21
11 FW France O. Dembélé 8 3 2 1 14
7 FW Brazil Coutinho 4 2 3 0 9
3 DF Spain Piqué 4 2 0 1 7
4 MF Croatia I. Rakitić 3 1 1 0 5
14 FW Brazil Malcom 0 1 2 0 3
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 1 1 0 0 2
22 MF Chile Vidal 2 0 0 0 2
2 DF Portugal N. Semedo 1 0 0 0 1
12 MF Brazil Rafinha 0 1 0 0 1
15 DF France Lenglet 0 0 1 0 1
20 MF Spain S. Roberto 0 0 1 0 1
21 MF Spain Aleñá 1 0 0 0 1
6 MF Spain Denis Suárez 0 0 2 0 2
19 FW Spain Munir 1 0 1 0 2
Own goals 1 0 1 0 2
TOTAL 73 19 19 2 113

As of match played 17 March 2019.[104]

Hat-tricks

Player Against Result Date Competition Ref
Argentina Lionel Messi Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 4–0 (H) 18 September 2018 UEFA Champions League [105]
Uruguay Luis Suárez Spain Real Madrid 5–1 (H) 28 October 2018 La Liga [106]
Argentina Lionel Messi Spain Levante 5–0 (A) 16 December 2018 La Liga [107]
Argentina Lionel Messi Spain Sevilla 4–2 (A) 23 February 2019 La Liga
Argentina Lionel Messi Spain Real Betis 4–1 (A) 17 March 2019 La Liga

(H) – Home ; (A) – Away

Clean sheets

No. Name La Liga Copa del Rey Champions League Supercopa de España Total
1 Germany Ter Stegen 11 1 3 0 15
13 Netherlands Cillessen 0 2 0 0 2
Total 11 3 3 0 17

As of match played 3 March 2019.

Disciplinary record

N P Nat. Name La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa de España 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
1 GK Germany Ter Stegen 1 1
2 DF Portugal N. Semedo 2 2 2 6
3 DF Spain Piqué 4 1 5
4 MF Croatia I. Rakitić 4 1 1 1 6 1
5 MF Spain Sergio 8 1 2 1 12
7 FW Brazil Coutinho 1 1
8 MF Brazil Arthur 2 1 3
9 FW Uruguay Suárez 3 1 2 6
10 FW Argentina Messi 2 2
11 FW France O. Dembelé 1 1
12 MF Brazil Rafinha 1 1
15 DF France Lenglet 6 1 1 1 8 1
17 DF Colombia Murillo 2 2
18 DF Spain Jordi Alba 5 1 2 8
20 MF Spain S. Roberto 2 1 3
21 FW Spain Aleñá 1 1 2
22 MF Chile Vidal 4 1 5
23 DF France Umtiti 3 1 3 1
24 DF Belgium Vermaelen 1 1
27 DF Spain Miranda 2 2
36 DF Spain Chumi 1 1

Last updated: 17 March 2019
Source: ESPNFC.com, FCBarcelona.com
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.

Injury record

N P Nat. Name Type Status Source Match Inj. Date Ret. Date
13 GK Netherlands Cillessen intercostal muscle sprain Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 22 August 2018 2 September 2018
14 FW Brazil Malcom right ankle injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 3 September 2018 24 September 2018
23 DF France Umtiti right knee injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 28 September 2018 11 November 2018
20 MF Spain S. Roberto pulled rectus femoris muscle in right thigh Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Athletic Bilbao 29 September 2018 20 October 2018
24 DF Belgium Vermaelen biceps femoris injury in the right leg Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Switzerland with Belgium 12 October 2018 5 December 2018
10 FW Argentina Messi fracture of the radial bone in the right arm Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Sevilla 20 October 2018 9 November 2018
16 MF Spain Samper right soleus injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Cultural Leonesa 31 October 2018 19 January 2019
7 FW Brazil Coutinho small rupture in the biceps femoris of the left leg Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Internazionale 6 November 2018 26 November 2018
4 MF Croatia I. Rakitić hamstring strain in the right leg Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Spain with Croatia 15 November 2018 26 November 2018
20 MF Spain S.Roberto hamstring injury in the left leg Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid 24 November 2018 6 January 2019
12 MF Brazil Rafinha tear in the left anterior cruciate ligament Injury icon 2.svg FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid 24 November 2018
9 FW Uruguay Suárez right knee injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid 24 November 2018 8 December 2018
13 GK Netherlands Cillessen small muscle tear in the right leg Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid in warm-up 24 November 2018 5 December 2018
8 MF Brazil Arthur adductor strain Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid 24 November 2018 11 December 2018
23 DF France Umtiti left knee injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs PSV Eindhoven in warm-up 28 November 2018 23 February 2019
14 FW Brazil Malcom right ankle sprain Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Cultural Leonesa 5 December 2018 6 January 2019
24 DF Belgium Vermaelen tear muscle in the right calf Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Levante 16 December 2018 19 January 2019
11 FW France Dembélé left ankle sprain Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Leganés 19 January 2019 10 February 2019
13 GK Netherlands Cillessen muscle tear in the right calf Recovery icon.png FCB.com in training 1 February 2019 27 February 2019
8 MF Brazil Arthur left hamstring injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Real Madrid 6 February 2019 27 February 2019
24 DF Belgium Vermaelen muscle overload in the right leg Injury icon 2.svg FCB.com vs Real Valladolid 17 February 2019
11 FW France Dembélé left hamstring injury Recovery icon.png FCB.com vs Rayo Vallecano 9 March 2019 13 March 2019
11 FW France Dembélé torn the femoral biceps muscle in left hamstring Injury icon 2.svg FCB.com vs Lyon 13 March 2019
9 FW Uruguay Suárez right ankle sprain Injury icon 2.svg FCB.com vs Real Betis 17 March 2019

Injury icon 2.svg - Player is injured
Recovery icon.png - Player has recovered from injury
Last updated: 18 March 2019
Source: FCBarcelona.com

Pre-season and friendlies

  Win   Draw   Loss

International Champions Cup

Barcelona began their 2018–19 pre-season with a tour of the United States in the 2018 International Champions Cup. Barça played against Tottenham Hotspur at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Roma at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington and Milan at the Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.[108]

Joan Gamper Trophy

The Blaugrana finished their pre-season preparations with the annual Joan Gamper Trophy match against Boca Juniors of Argentina at the Camp Nou on 15 August.[109]

Supercopa de Catalunya

Competitions

  Win   Draw   Loss

La Liga

Barcelona are the defending champions. On 24 July 2018, the La Liga fixtures for the forthcoming season were announced.[110]

Standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona 28 20 6 2 73 27 +46 66 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Atlético Madrid 28 16 8 4 39 19 +20 56
3 Real Madrid 28 17 3 8 49 32 +17 54
4 Getafe 28 12 10 6 36 24 +12 46
5 Alavés 28 12 8 8 31 31 0 44 Qualification for the Europa League group stage

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
28 20 6 2 73 27  +46 66 10 3 1 42 16  +26 10 3 1 31 11  +20

Last updated: 17 March 2019.
Source: La Liga

Matches

Copa del Rey

Barcelona enter the competition as the four-time defending champions, having won consecutive editions in 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17 and 2017–18.

Final

Supercopa de España

As the winners of the 2017–18 Copa del Rey and 2017–18 La Liga, Barcelona faced the Copa del Rey runners-up, Sevilla, for the season opening Supercopa de España.[112] For the first time in the tournament history, it was a single match hosted in a neutral venue at the Stade Ibn Batouta in Tangier, Morocco.[113]

UEFA Champions League

On 30 August, Barcelona were drawn in Group B of the UEFA Champions League alongside Tottenham Hotspur from Premier League, PSV Eindhoven from Eredivise and Internazionale from Serie A.[114] After topping Group B, Barcelona advanced to knockout phase as a seeded team, and were drawn against Lyon from Ligue 1 in the round of 16.[115] In the draw for the quarter-finals, Barcelona were drawn against Premier League side Manchester United, and in the draw for the semi-finals, against the winner of the tie between Liverpool and Porto, if Barcelona advance to a further round. Originally, the quarter-finals match was scheduled to be played with the first leg at Camp Nou and the second leg at Old Trafford, but the order of the two legs was reversed to avoid Manchester United and Manchester City from playing home on the same night or on consecutive nights.[116]

Group stage

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Spain Barcelona 6 4 2 0 14 5 +9 14 Advance to knockout phase
2 England Tottenham Hotspur 6 2 2 2 9 10 −1 8[a]
3 Italy Inter Milan 6 2 2 2 6 7 −1 8[a] Transfer to Europa League
4 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 6 0 2 4 6 13 −7 2
  1. ^ a b Head-to-head away goals: Tottenham Hotspur 1, Inter Milan 0.

Knockout phase

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External links

28 July 2018 ICCBarcelona Spain2–2
(5–3 p)
England Tottenham HotspurPasadena, United States
20:00 PDT Munir Goal 15'
Arthur Goal 29'
Report Son Goal 73'
Nkoudou Goal 75'
Stadium: Rose Bowl
Attendance: 66,805
Referee: Kevin Stott (United States)
Penalties
Palencia Penalty scored
Ruiz Penalty scored
Monchu Penalty scored
Riqui Penalty scored
Malcom Penalty scored
Penalty scored Son
Penalty scored Davies
Penalty missed Georgiou
Penalty scored Sánchez
31 July 2018 ICCBarcelona Spain2–4Italy RomaArlington, United States
21:00 CDT Rafinha Goal 6'
Malcom Goal 49'
Report El Shaarawy Goal 35'
Florenzi Goal 78'
Cristante Goal 83'
Perotti Goal 86' (pen.)
Stadium: AT&T Stadium
Attendance: 54,726
Referee: José Carlos Rivero (United States)
4 August 2018 ICCMilan Italy1–0Spain BarcelonaSanta Clara, United States
17:00 PDT A. Silva Goal 90+3' Report Stadium: Levi's Stadium
Attendance: 51,391
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)
15 August 2018 Joan Gamper TrophyBarcelona Spain3–0Argentina Boca JuniorsBarcelona, Spain
18:15 Malcom Goal 18'
Vidal Yellow card 33'
Messi Goal 39'
Rafinha Goal 67'
Sergio Yellow card 80'
Report Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 70,089
Referee: Undiano Mallenco (Navarre)
6 March 2019 FinalBarcelona0–1GironaSabadell
18:45 CET Report Stuani Goal 69' (pen.) Yellow card 86'
Montes Yellow card 85'
Stadium: Nova Creu Alta
Attendance: 10,722
Referee: Medié Jiménez (Catalonia)
18 August 2018 1Barcelona3–0AlavésBarcelona
22:15 CEST Messi Goal 64'90+2'
Coutinho Goal 83'
Report Torres Yellow card 10'
Maripán Yellow card 41'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 52,356
Referee: Sánchez Martínez (Murcia)
25 August 2018 2Valladolid0–1BarcelonaValladolid
22:15 CEST Ünal Yellow card 49' Report O. Dembélé Goal 57'
Piqué Yellow card 60'
Stadium: José Zorrilla
Attendance: 22,651
Referee: Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Country)
2 September 2018 3Barcelona8–2HuescaBarcelona
18:30 CEST Messi Goal 16'61'
Pulido Goal 24' (o.g.)
Suárez Goal 39'90+3' (pen.)
O. Dembélé Goal 48'
I. Rakitić Goal 52'
Jordi Alba Goal 81'
Vidal Yellow card 88'
Report Hernández Goal 3'
Luisinho Yellow card 26'
Alex Gallar Goal 42'
Musto Yellow card 87'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 72,892
Referee: Melero López (Andalusia)
15 September 2018 4Real Sociedad1–2BarcelonaSan Sebastián
16:15 CEST Elustondo Goal 12'
Illarramendi Yellow card 43'
Report Suárez Goal 63'
O. Dembélé Goal 66'
Umtiti Yellow card 87'
Stadium: Anoeta
Attendance: 26,756
Referee: Del Cerro Grande (Community of Madrid)
23 September 2018 5Barcelona2–2GironaBarcelona
20:45 CEST N. Semedo Yellow card 12'
Arthur Yellow card 15'
Messi Goal 19'
Lenglet Red card 35'
Piqué Goal 63', Yellow card 81'
Report Stuani Yellow card 16', Goal 45'51'
Bernardo Yellow card 39'
Juanpe Yellow card 61'
Alcalá Yellow card 68'
Portu Yellow card 69'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 76,055
Referee: Gil Manzano (Extremadura)
26 September 2018 6Leganés2–1BarcelonaLeganés
20:00 CEST Rubén Pérez Yellow card 40'
Bustinza Yellow card 49'
El Zhar Goal 52'
Óscar Goal 53'
Nyom Yellow card 88'
En-Nesyri Yellow card 90+2'
Report Coutinho Goal 12'
Umtiti Yellow card 60'
Vermaelen Yellow card 64'
Stadium: Butarque
Attendance: 11,407
Referee: Undiano Mallenco (Navarre)
29 September 2018 7Barcelona1–1Athletic BilbaoBarcelona
16:15 CEST I. Rakitić Yellow card 78'
Munir Goal 84'
Sergio Yellow card 89'
Messi Yellow card 90+4'
Report De Marcos Goal 41'
Yeray Yellow card 48'
Nolaskoain Yellow card 90'
Dani García Yellow card 90'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 78,015
Referee: Jaime Latre (Aragon)
7 October 2018 8Valencia1–1BarcelonaValencia
20:45 CEST Garay Goal 2'
Carlos Soler Yellow card 43'
Parejo Yellow card 58'
Report Messi Goal 23'
Suárez Yellow card 41'
Coutinho Yellow card 58'
Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 46,249
Referee: González González (Castile and León)
20 October 2018 9Barcelona4–2SevillaBarcelona
20:45 CEST Coutinho Goal 2'
Messi Goal 12'
Suárez Goal 63' (pen.)
I. Rakitić Goal 88'
Report Vaclík Yellow card 62'
Lenglet Goal 79' (o.g.)
L. Muriel Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 88,712
Referee: Martínez Munuera (Valencia)
28 October 2018 10Barcelona5–1Real MadridBarcelona
16:15 CET Coutinho Goal 11'
Suárez Goal 30' (pen.)75'83', Yellow card 77'
I. Rakitić Yellow card 38'
Vidal Goal 87'
Report Nacho Yellow card 39'
Marcelo Goal 50'
Bale Yellow card 53'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 93,265
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
4 November 2018 11Rayo Vallecano2–3BarcelonaVallecas
20:45 CET Amat Yellow card 6'
Pozo Goal 35'
De Tomás Yellow card 49'
Álvaro Goal 57'
Alberto Yellow card 89'
Velázquez Yellow card 90+2'
Report Suárez Goal 11'90'
Lenglet Yellow card 17'
Alba Yellow card 70'
O. Dembélé Goal 87'
Stadium: Vallecas
Attendance: 13,875
Referee: Hernández Hernández
11 November 2018 12Barcelona3–4Real BetisBarcelona
16:15 CET I. Rakitić Yellow card 44' Yellow-red card 81'
Sergio Yellow card 59'
Messi Goal 68' (pen.)90+2'
Vidal Yellow card 73', Goal 79'
Report Junior Goal 20'
Guardado Yellow card 23'
Joaquín Goal 34'
Mandi Yellow card 69'
Lo Celso Goal 71'
Canales Goal 83'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 83,174
Referee: Mateu Lahoz (Valencian Community)
24 November 2018 13Atlético Madrid1–1BarcelonaMadrid
20:45 CET Hernandez Yellow card 39'
Griezmann Yellow card 48'
Costa Yellow card 71', Goal 77'
Rodri Yellow card 86'
Filipe Luís Yellow card 87'
Report Sergio Yellow card 29'
Umtiti Yellow card 71'
O. Dembélé Goal 90'
Rafinha Yellow card 90+3'
Stadium: Wanda Metropolitano
Attendance: 67,204
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
2 December 2018 14Barcelona2–0VillarrealBarcelona
18:30 CET Lenglet Yellow card 18'
Piqué Goal 36'
Jordi Alba Yellow card 69'
Aleñá Goal 87'
Report Víctor Ruiz Yellow card 11'
Álvaro Yellow card 26'
P. Fornals Yellow card 90'
Pedraza Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 73,003
Referee: José Luis Munuera Montero
8 December 2018 15Espanyol0–4BarcelonaBarcelona
20:45 CET Vilà Yellow card 79' Report Messi Goal 17'65'
O. Dembélé Goal 26'
Suárez Goal 45'
Stadium: RCDE Stadium
Attendance: 24,037
Referee: Del Cerro Grande (Community of Madrid)
16 December 2018 16Levante0–5BarcelonaValencia
20:45 CET Róber Yellow card 25'
Jason Yellow card 59'
Cabaco Red card 76'
Report O. Dembélé Yellow card 18'
Suárez Goal 34'
I. Rakitić Yellow card 36'
Messi Goal 43'47'60'
Jordi Alba Yellow card 45'
Piqué Goal 88'
Stadium: Ciutat de València
Attendance: 23,736
Referee: González González
22 December 2018 17Barcelona2–0Celta VigoBarcelona
18:30 CET O. Dembélé Goal 10'
Messi Goal 45'
Report Aspas Yellow card 45' Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 78,686
Referee: Eduardo Prieto
6 January 2019 18Getafe1–2BarcelonaGetafe
20:45 CET Foulquier Yellow card 15'
Mata Goal 43'
Suárez Yellow card 61'
Cabrera Yellow card 69'
Maksimović Yellow card 77'
Report Arthur Yellow card 12'
Jordi Alba Yellow card 15'
Messi Goal 20'
Suárez Goal 39'
Vidal Yellow card 65'
Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Attendance: 14,721
Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
13 January 2019 19Barcelona3–0EibarBarcelona
18:30 CET Suárez Goal 19'59', Yellow card 44'
Messi Goal 53'
Piqué Yellow card 70'
Report Enrich Yellow card 42' Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 71,039
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
20 January 2019 20Barcelona3–1LeganésBarcelona
20:45 CET Sergio Yellow card 12'
O. Dembélé Goal 32'
Aleñá Yellow card 54'
S. Roberto Yellow card 60'
Suárez Goal 71'
Messi Goal 90+2'
Report Braithwaite Yellow card 8', Goal 57'
Tarín Yellow card 22'
Omeruo Yellow card 30'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 50,670
Referee: Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Country)
27 January 2019 21Girona0–2BarcelonaGirona
16:15 CET Espinosa Yellow card 29' Yellow-red card 51'
Bounou Yellow card 52'
Juanpe Yellow card 69'
Stuani Yellow card 89'
Report N. Semedo Goal 9'
Lenglet Yellow card 31'
Vidal Yellow card 37'
Sergio Yellow card 43'
Messi Goal 68'
Stadium: Montilivi
Attendance: 14,021
Referee: Pablo González Fuertes
2 February 2019 22Barcelona2–2ValenciaBarcelona
18:30 CET S. Roberto Yellow card 31'
Messi Goal 39' (pen.)64'
I. Rakitić Yellow card 45'
Jordi Alba Yellow card 90+1'
Report Gameiro Goal 24'
Parejo Goal 32' (pen.)
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 76,789
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
10 February 2019 23Athletic Bilbao0–0BarcelonaBilbao
20:45 CET D. García Yellow card 52'
De Marcos Yellow card 68' Yellow-red card 90+1'
Yeray Yellow card 90+1'
Report Lenglet Yellow card 72'
Sergio Yellow card 78'
Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 47,557
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
16 February 2019 24Barcelona1–0ValladolidBarcelona
20:45 CET Messi Goal 43' (pen.), Yellow card 67' Report Ünal Yellow card 11'
Anuar Yellow card 34'
Míchel Yellow card 70'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 67,435
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
23 February 2019 25Sevilla2–4BarcelonaSeville
16:15 CET Navas Goal 22'
Mercado Goal 42'
Rog Yellow card 49'
Wöber Yellow card 57'
Vázquez Yellow card 70'
Kjær Yellow card 80'
Sarabia Yellow card 83'
Mesa Yellow card 90'
Report Messi Goal 26'67'85'
Piqué Yellow card 38'
Suárez Goal 90+3'
Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 40,661
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
2 March 2019 26Real Madrid0–1BarcelonaMadrid
20:45 CET Ramos Yellow card 61'
Asensio Yellow card 82'
Carvajal Yellow card 89'
Report Sergio Yellow card 2'
I. Rakitić Goal 26'
Lenglet Yellow card 63'
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 78,921
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
9 March 2019 27Barcelona3–1Rayo VallecanoBarcelona
18:30 CET Piqué Goal 38'
Messi Goal 51' (pen.)
Sergio Yellow card 79'
Suárez Goal 82'
Report De Tomás Goal 24'
Velázquez Yellow card 68'
Imbula Yellow card 89'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 74,158
Referee: Melero López (Andalusia)
17 March 2019 28Real Betis1–4BarcelonaSeville
20:45 CET Guardado Yellow card 16'
Loren Goal 82'
Report Messi Goal 18'45+2'85'
Lenglet Yellow card 52'
Suárez Goal 63'
N. Semedo Yellow card 67'
Stadium: Benito Villamarín
Attendance: 54,172
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Country)
30 March 2019 29BarcelonavEspanyolBarcelona
16:15 CET Stadium: Camp Nou
2 April 2019 30VillarrealvBarcelonaVila-real
21:00 CEST Stadium: Estadio de la Cerámica
6 April 2019 31BarcelonavAtlético MadridBarcelona
20:45 CEST Stadium: Camp Nou
13 April 2019 32HuescavBarcelonaHuesca
16:15 CEST Stadium: El Alcoraz
21 April 2019 33BarcelonavReal SociedadBarcelona
--:-- CEST Stadium: Camp Nou
24 April 2019 34AlavésvBarcelonaVitoria-Gasteiz
--:-- CEST Stadium: Mendizorrotza
28 April 2019 35BarcelonavLevanteBarcelona
--:-- CEST Stadium: Camp Nou
5 May 2019 36Celta VigovBarcelonaVigo
--:-- CEST Stadium: Abanca-Balaídos
12 May 2019 37BarcelonavGetafeBarcelona
--:-- CEST Stadium: Camp Nou
19 May 2019 38EibarvBarcelonaEibar
--:-- CEST Stadium: Ipurua
31 October 2018 First legCultural Leonesa0–1BarcelonaLeón
21:30 CET S. González Yellow card 26'
Escalante Yellow card 53'
Calvo Yellow card 78'
Palatsí Yellow card 82'
Ortiz Yellow card 83'
Garrido Yellow card 90'
Marcos Yellow card 90+4' Yellow-red card 90+4'
Report Miranda Yellow card 41'
Lenglet Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Estadio Reino de León
Attendance: 10,873
Referee: Mario Melero López
5 December 2018 Second legBarcelona4–1
(5–1 agg.)
Cultural LeonesaBarcelona
21:30 CET Munir Goal 18'
Denis Suárez Goal 26'70'
Miranda Yellow card 36'
Malcom Goal 43'
Report Señé Goal 54' Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 76,398
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
10 January 2019 First legLevante2–1BarcelonaValencia
21:30 CET Cabaco Goal 4', Yellow card 49'
Mayoral Goal 18', Yellow card 90+3'
Prcić Yellow card 41'
Report Murillo Yellow card 22'
Aleñá Yellow card 39'
Chumi Yellow card 43'
Sergio Yellow card 74'
Coutinho Goal 85' (pen.)
Stadium: Estadi Ciutat de València
Attendance: 17,614
Referee: De Burgos Bengoetxea
17 January 2019 Second legBarcelona3–0
(4–2 agg.)
LevanteBarcelona
21:30 CET O. Dembélé Goal 30'31'
I. Rakitić Yellow card 43'
Murillo Yellow card 45'
Messi Goal 54'
Report Postigo Yellow card 33'
Cabaco Yellow card 75'
Prcić Yellow card 84'
Róber Yellow card 90+2'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 42,838
Referee: Sánchez Martínez
23 January 2019 First legSevilla2–0BarcelonaSeville
21:30 CET Sarabia Goal 58'
Gómez Yellow card 74'
Ben Yedder Goal 76'
Report Jordi Alba Yellow card 84' Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 38,403
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
30 January 2019 Second legBarcelona6–1
(6–3 agg.)
SevillaBarcelona
21:30 CET Coutinho Goal 13' (pen.)53'
Suárez Yellow card 30', Goal 89'
I. Rakitić Goal 31'
S. Roberto Goal 54'
Messi Goal 90+2'
Report Mesa Yellow card 30'
Carriço Yellow card 34'
Arana Goal 67'
Gómez Yellow card 72'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 58,050
Referee: Sánchez Martínez
6 February 2019 First legBarcelona1–1Real MadridBarcelona
21:00 CET N. Semedo Yellow card 43'
Suárez Yellow card 56'
Malcom Goal 57'
Jordi Alba Yellow card 58'
Vidal Yellow card 88'
Report Vázquez Goal 6'
Ramos Yellow card 10'
Marcelo Yellow card 57'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 92,008
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
27 February 2019 Second legReal Madrid0–3
(1–4 agg.)
BarcelonaMadrid
21:00 CET Vázquez Yellow card 58'
Casemiro Yellow card 72'
Report Suárez Goal 50'73' (pen.)
Sergio Yellow card 65'
Varane Goal 69' (o.g.)
N. Semedo Yellow card 81'
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 80,472
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
25 May 2019 FinalBarcelonavValenciaSeville
--:-- CEST Stadium: Benito Villamarín
12 August 2018 FinalSevilla1–2BarcelonaTangier, Morocco
22:00 CEST Sarabia Goal 9'
Vázquez Yellow card 24'
Roque Mesa Yellow card 69'
Aleix Vidal Yellow card 90+4'
Report Sergio Yellow card 16'
Piqué Goal 42'
O. Dembélé Goal 78'
Ter Stegen Yellow card 90'
Lenglet Yellow card 90+2'
Stadium: Stade Ibn Batouta
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Del Cerro Grande (Community of Madrid)
18 September 2018 1Barcelona Spain4–0Netherlands PSV EindhovenBarcelona, Spain
18:55 CEST Messi Goal 31'77'87'
Umtiti Yellow card 55' Yellow-red card 79'
O. Dembélé Goal 74'
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Viergever Yellow card 30'
De Jong Yellow card 57'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 73,462
Referee: Anastasios Sidiropoulos (Greece)
3 October 2018 2Tottenham Hotspur England2–4Spain BarcelonaLondon, England
21:00 BST Aiderweireld Yellow card 14'
Wanyama Yellow card 41'
Lamela Yellow card 43', Goal 66'
Kane Goal 52', Yellow card 74'
Dier Yellow card 90+3'
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Coutinho Goal 2'
I. Rakitić Goal 28'
Messi Goal 56'90'
Arthur Yellow card 59'
Sergio Yellow card 71'
Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 82,137
Referee: Felix Zwayer (Germany)
24 October 2018 3Barcelona Spain2–0Italy InternazionaleBarcelona, Spain
21:00 CEST Rafinha Goal 32'
Suárez Yellow card 62'
Jordi Alba Goal 83'
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Brozović Yellow card 73'
Škriniar Yellow card 74'
Martínez Yellow card 85'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 86,290
Referee: Ovidiu Haţegan (Romania)
6 November 2018 4Internazionale Italy1–1Spain BarcelonaMilan, Italy
21:00 CET Brozović Yellow card 84'
Icardi Goal 87'
Perišić Yellow card 88'
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I. Rakitić Yellow card 43'
Malcom Goal 83'
Stadium: Giuseppe Meazza
Attendance: 70,915
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland)
28 November 2018 5PSV Eindhoven Netherlands1–2Spain BarcelonaEindhoven, Netherlands
21:00 CET Hendrix Yellow card 25'
De Jong Goal 83', Yellow card 84'
Gutiérrez Yellow card 83'
UEFA Report
Club Report
Messi Goal 61'
Piqué Goal 70', Yellow card 90+3'
Jordi Alba Yellow card 86'
Stadium: Philips Stadion
Attendance: 34,600
Referee: Pavel Královec (Czech Republic)
11 December 2018 6Barcelona Spain1–1England Tottenham HotspurBarcelona, Spain
21:00 CET O. Dembélé Goal 7'
N. Semedo Yellow card 68'
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Walker-Peters Yellow card 15'
Lucas Goal 85'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 69,961
Referee: Milorad Mažić (Serbia)
19 February 2019 First legLyon France0–0Spain BarcelonaDécines-Charpieu, France
21:00 CET Aouar Yellow card 3'
Dubois Yellow card 33'
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S. Roberto Yellow card 80'
N. Semedo Yellow card 88'
Stadium: Parc Olympique Lyonnais
Attendance: 57,889
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
13 March 2019 Second legBarcelona Spain5–1
(5–1 agg.)
France LyonBarcelona, Spain
21:00 CET Messi Goal 18' (pen.)78'
Coutinho Goal 31'
Lenglet Yellow card 49'
Piqué Goal 81'
O. Dembélé Goal 86'
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Marçal Yellow card 33'
Dembélé Yellow card 45+4'
Tousart Goal 58'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 92,346
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland)
10 April 2019 First legManchester United EnglandvSpain BarcelonaGreater Manchester, England
20:00 BST Report Stadium: Old Trafford
16 April 2019 Second legBarcelona SpainvEngland Manchester UnitedBarcelona, Spain
21:00 CEST Report Stadium: Camp Nou
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