FC Barcelona Schedule 2016 La Liga

FC Barcelona Schedule 2016 La LigaFC Barcelona Schedule 2016 & La Liga Spain Results and Standings

FC Barcelona Squad 2015/2016 La Liga Season

Lionel Messi, Neymar, Luis Suarez, Gerard Pique, Andres Iniesta, Dani Alves, Adra Turan, Aleix Vidal, Claudio Bravo, Marc Andre Ter Stegen,Douglas Pereira Dos Santos, Rafinha, Adriano, Thomas Vermaelen, Marc Bartra, Jeremy Mathieu, Javier Mascherano, Munir El Haddadi, Jordi Alba, Sandro Ramirez, Serrgio Busquets, Sergi Roberto, Jordi Masip

FC Barcelona Latest Results 2015-2016

Monday, 21 Mar
2016/03/21 12:00 AM El Madrigal
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Villarreal2
2 - 2
Barcelona2
Monday, 14 Mar
2016/03/14 12:00 AM Camp Nou
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Barcelona6
6 - 0
Getafe0
Monday, 07 Mar
2016/03/07 12:00 AM Ipurua
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Eibar0
0 - 4
Barcelona4
Thursday, 03 Mar
2016/03/03 12:00 AM Estadio del Rayo Vallecano (de Vallecas Teresa Rivero), Madrid
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Rayo Vallecano1
1 - 5
Barcelona5
Monday, 29 Feb
2016/02/29 12:00 AM Camp Nou, Barcelona
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Barcelona2
2 - 1
Sevilla1
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FC Barcelona Schedule 2015- 2016

Saturday, 03 Oct
2015/10/03 10:00 PM Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
Sevilla2 2 years to start Barcelona1
Sunday, 18 Oct
2015/10/18 02:30 AM Camp Nou
Barcelona5 2 years to start Rayo Vallecano2
Wednesday, 21 Oct
2015/10/21 02:45 AM Group EBorisov Arena
BATE0 2 years to start Barcelona2
Monday, 26 Oct
2015/10/26 01:15 AM Camp Nou
Barcelona3 2 years to start Eibar1
Monday, 02 Nov
2015/11/02 12:00 AM Coliseum Alfonso Perez
Getafe0 2 years to start Barcelona2
Thursday, 05 Nov
2015/11/05 03:45 AM Group ECamp Nou
Barcelona3 2 years to start BATE0
Monday, 09 Nov
2015/11/09 12:00 AM Camp Nou
Barcelona3 2 years to start Villarreal0
Monday, 23 Nov
2015/11/23 12:00 AM Santiago Bernabeu
Real Madrid0 2 years to start Barcelona4
Monday, 30 Nov
2015/11/30 12:00 AM Camp Nou
Barcelona4 2 years to start Real Sociedad0
Monday, 07 Dec
2015/12/07 12:00 AM Mestalla
Valencia1 2 years to start Barcelona1
Monday, 14 Dec
2015/12/14 12:00 AM Camp Nou
Barcelona2 2 years to start Deportivo La Coruna2
Monday, 21 Dec
2015/12/21 12:00 AM Estadio Municipal El Molinón, Gijón
Sporting Gijon1 2 years to start Barcelona3
Thursday, 31 Dec
2015/12/31 12:00 AM Camp Nou, Barcelona
Barcelona4 2 years to start Real Betis0
Monday, 04 Jan
2016/01/04 12:00 AM RCDE Stadium
Espanyol0 2 years to start Barcelona0
Sunday, 03 Apr
2016/04/03 11:00 PM
Barcelona 2 years to start Real Madrid
Sunday, 10 Apr
2016/04/10 11:00 PM
Real Sociedad 2 years to start Barcelona
Sunday, 17 Apr
2016/04/17 11:00 PM
Barcelona 2 years to start Valencia
Wednesday, 20 Apr
2016/04/20 11:00 PM
Deportivo La Coruna 2 years to start Barcelona
Sunday, 24 Apr
2016/04/24 11:00 PM
Barcelona 2 years to start Sporting Gijon
Sunday, 01 May
2016/05/01 11:00 PM
Real Betis 2 years to start Barcelona
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FC Barcelona Standings 2015/16

#TeamPWDLGFGAGDPts
1Barcelona18161154153948
2Real Madrid19126152133936
3Atletico Madrid1610242691730
4Villarreal1796225131227
5Celta de Vigo148242630-424
6Sevilla177642319421
7Espanyol177282039-1921
8Real Sociedad175662219315
9Las Palmas165381819-115
10Eibar185582729-215
11Athletic Club155282126-515
12Real Betis185761823-515
13Malaga184771617-112
14Rayo Vallecano194962934-512
15Deportivo La Coruna164752329-612
16Valencia164571219-712
17Sporting Gijon184592129-812
18Levante164392032-1212
19Getafe1742111332-1912
20Granada1632111434-209

What’s Barcelona All About?

FC Barcelona Schedule 2016 USAContrary to what many people believe, Barcelona is an older club than Real Madrid. It was founded in 1899 by a group of European journeyman footballers in the Catalan city. Real Madrid would arrive three years later. Barcelona is unique in one aspect among the big clubs in Europe: it is owned by the fans. A society comprising fans and former players owns and runs the club. You all know it, but it is still worth mentioning – the club has played host to some of the most sublime soccer players ever walked on this planet: Johan Cruyff, Diego Maradona, Ronaldinho and Lionel Messi.

 

FC Barcelona Schedule 2015-16

The Super Star Who Lifted Up Barcelona To The Next Level!

Neymar, Suarez and Rakitic.

La Masia Academy

There is another thing unique to Barcelona FC: the La Masia Academy. It is the soccer school from where the likes of Messi and Iniesta emerged. If it continues to produce skillful footballers, Barcelona’s glory era is likely to extend even beyond the current generation.

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