Mahmood Tabrizi


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Xavi presently holds the team record for most number of total games played (767) and the record number of La Liga appearances (505), Andrés Iniesta comes second with 600 in all competitions and 393 in the League. messi and xavi

Barcelona’s all-time highest goalscorer in all competitions (including friendlies) is Lionel Messi with 503 goals, surpassing Paulino Alcántara‘s record (369 goals) held for 87 years, as well as being the highest goalscorer in official competitions with 461 goals. He is also the record goalscorer for Barcelona in European (90 goals) and international club competitions (94 goals), and the record league scorer with 316 goals in La Liga. Alongside Messi, three other players have managed to score over 100 league goals at Barcelona: César (192), László Kubala (131) and Samuel Eto’o (108). Josep Samitier is the club’s highest goalscorer in the Copa del Rey, with 65 goals.[196]

László Kubala holds La Liga record of most goals scored in one match, with seven goals against Sporting de Gijón in 1952. Lionel Messi, with five goals against Bayer Leverkusen in 2012, has the Champions League record.[201] Eulogio Martínez became Barça’s top goalscorer in a cup game, when he scored seven goals against Atlético Madrid in 1957.

Barcelona goalkeepers have won a record number of Zamora trophies (20), with Antoni Ramallets and Víctor Valdés winning a record five each. Valdés had a ratio of 0.832 goals-conceded-per-game, a La Liga record,[202] and he also holds the record for longest period without conceding a goal (896 minutes) in all competitions for Barcelona. Claudio Bravo has the record of best unbeaten start in a season in La Liga history (754 minutes).[204][205]

Barcelona’s longest serving manager is Jack Greenwell, with nine years in two spells (1917–1924) and (1931–1933), and Pep Guardiola is the club’s most successful manager (14 trophies in 4 years) The most successful Barcelona players are Andrés Iniesta and Messi (29 trophies), surpassing Xavi (25 trophies).

Barcelona’s Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe. The club’s highest home attendance was 120,000 in a European Cup quarter-final against Juventus on 3 March 1986. The modernisation of Camp Nou during the 1990s and the introduction of all-seater stands means the record will not be broken for the foreseeable future as the current capacity of the stadium is 99,354.

El Barça de les Cinc Copes is the first team in Spanish football to have won five trophies in a single season (1951–1952).Barcelona is the only club to have played in every season of European competitions since they started in 1955.On 18 December 2009, alongside being the only Spanish club to achieve the continental treble, Barcelona became the first ever football team to complete the sextuple. On July 2014, Barcelona signed Luis Suárez from Liverpool F.C. for about £75m, the highest transfer fee in the Club’s history. In 2016, the club set a Spanish record for most consecutive games unbeaten in all competitions (39).

Barcelona’s La Masia is ranked by the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) as the academy that produces more top-level players than any other academy in the world

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