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The 2016–17 season was Futbol Club Barcelona's 117th in existence and the club's 86th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. Barcelona was involved in four competitions after winning the double of La Liga and Copa del Rey in the previous season.

Barcelona
2016–17 season
PresidentJosep Maria Bartomeu
Head CoachLuis Enrique
StadiumCamp Nou
La Liga2nd
Copa del ReyWinners
Supercopa de EspañaWinners
UEFA Champions LeagueQuarter-finals
Top goalscorerLeague:
Lionel Messi (37)

All:
Lionel Messi (54)
Highest home attendance98,485 vs Real Madrid
(3 December 2016)
Lowest home attendance56,605 vs Sporting Gijón
(1 March 2017)
Average home league attendance77,984

Contents

Season overviewEdit

JuneEdit

On 1 June, the club announced that Sandro Ramírez's contract would be rescinded.[1]

On 2 June, Barcelona announced that Dani Alves would be departing the club after eight seasons.[2]

On 3 June, Barcelona announced that German club Borussia Dortmund have informed them of their desire to activate the buy-out clause for Marc Bartra.[3]

On 5 June, the club announced that Denis Suárez will be forming part of the first team for this season.[4]

JulyEdit

On 1 July, Barcelona and Neymar negotiated a five-year contract extension lasting until 30 June 2021.[5]

On 4 July, the club completed the transfer of Denis Suárez.[6]

On 12 July, the club announced the transfers of 22-year-old French international defender Samuel Umtiti from Lyon[7] and Lucas Digne from Paris Saint-Germain for the next five seasons, respectively.[8]

On 14 July, the two transfers were completed.[9][10]

On 19 July, Barcelona and Sergi Samper negotiated a three-year contract extension lasting until 30 June 2019, including promotion to the first team.[11]

On 19 July, Barcelona and Munir El Haddadi also negotiated a three-year contract extension lasting until 30 June 2019.[12]

On 19 July, Barcelona and Qatar Airways extended sponsorship agreement for one year more.[13]

On 21 July, Barcelona and Valencia reached an agreement for the transfer of Portuguese international midfielder André Gomes.[14] On 26 July, the transfer was completed.[15]

During the press conference of Gomes' presentation, the club announced midfielder Javier Mascherano's contract was extended until 30 June 2019.[16]

On 30 July, Barcelona won their first pre-season match against Scottish champions Celtic with a 1–3 score in Dublin as part of the 2016 International Champions Cup.[17]

AugustEdit

On 1 August, the club cancelled the contracts of Alex Song and Martín Montoya.[18][19]

On 3 August, Barcelona defeated English Premier League champions Leicester City 4–2 in Stockholm with goals from Munir (2), Luis Suárez and Barcelona B player Rafa Mújica.[20]

On 6 August, Barcelona were soundly defeated by Liverpool 4–0 at Wembley Stadium in London.[21]

On 8 August, the club loaned Thomas Vermaelen to Italian club Roma with an option to buy.[22]

On 10 August, the 2016 Joan Gamper Trophy was played against Italian club Sampdoria, finishing 3–2 with a goal from Luis Suárez and two from Lionel Messi.[23]

On 14 August, Barcelona won the first official match in the 2016 Supercopa de España against Sevilla with a 0–2 away score.[24]

On 18 August, Barcelona beat Sevilla with 3–0 (5–0 aggregate) and won their 12th Supercopa de España.[25]

On 20 August, Barcelona defeated Real Betis 6–2 in their first Liga match, with a hat-trick from Luis Suárez, two goals from Messi and one from Arda Turan.[26]

On 25 August, the club completed the transfer of 27-year-old goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen from Ajax on a five-year contract,[27] with goalkeeper Claudio Bravo then joining Manchester City after two years with Barça.[28] Several hours later, both teams were drawn into Group C of the Champions League draw, alongside Borussia Mönchengladbach and Celtic.[29]

On 28 August, Barcelona defeated Athletic Bilbao 0–1 with a goal from Rakitić and Luis Enrique wins his 100th match as Barça manager,[30] Ter Stegen made most goalkeeper passes in one single match in LaLiga.[31]

On 30 August, the club completed the last transfer of Paco Alcácer from Valencia.[32]

SeptemberEdit

On 10 September, in the match against Deportivo Alavés, Barcelona suffered a 1-2 defeat.[33]

On 13 September, Barcelona defeated Celtic 7–0 in the opening match of Group C in the Champions League. Messi notched his first hat-trick of the season, while Neymar provided four assists and a free-kick goal.[34]

On 17 September, Barcelona faced for the first time recently promoted Leganés at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque. Barcelona won 1–5 with two goals from Messi and one each from Luis Suárez, Neymar and Rafinha.[35]

On 21 September, Barcelona drew against Atlético Madrid 1–1; Ivan Rakitić gave Barça the lead before half-time, but Atlético battled back to draw level in the second half after Messi was substituted out due to injury.[36]

On 24 September, Barcelona won 0–5 over Sporting de Gijón through two goals from Neymar and one each from Suárez, Turan and Rafinha.[37]

On 28 September, Barcelona defeated Borussia Mönchengladbach 1–2 with goals from Turan and Gerard Piqué, turning around a 1–0 first-half deficit to Barça top of Group C.[38]

OctoberEdit

On 2 October, Barcelona lost to Celta de Vigo 4–3; a second-half resurgence not enough for Luis Enrique's side as they finished on the wrong end of a seven-goal thriller away in Vigo.[39]

On 15 October, Barcelona defeated Deportivo de La Coruña 4–0 with two goals from Rafinha and one each from Luis Suárez and Messi, the latter who returned from injury in the match.[40]

On 19 October, Barcelona defeated Manchester City – led by former Barça manager Pep Guardiola – 4–0 at home on the strength of a Messi hat-trick.[41]

On 22 October, Barcelona defeated Valencia 2–3 at Mestalla, Messi spot-kick in injury time secured three points out of an electrifying encounter.[42]

On 29 October, Barcelona won against Granada 1–0 in the 1,500th game at Camp Nou, Barça found it tough to breakdown the stubborn visitors but Rafinha's strike was enough to claim the win.[43]

NovemberEdit

On 1 November, Barcelona was defeated by Manchester City 3–1 at Manchester, Guardiola's team came from behind after Messi opened scoring.[44]

On 6 November, Barcelona won 1–2 against Sevilla at the Sánchez Pizjuán; Messi canceled out Vitolo's opener late in the first half before setting up Luis Suárez for the winner in a frenetic game.[45]

On 16 November, the club announced Rakuten signed up as FC Barcelona's new main global partner; the Japanese company will appear on the front of the team's shirt and become the Global Innovation and Entertainment Partner for the next four seasons, starting 1 July 2017.[46]

On 19 November, Barça drew Málaga 0–0, a domineering performance was frustrated by 90 minutes of intense Andalusian defending.[47]

On 23 November, Barcelona won 2–0 against Celtic at Celtic Park; coupled with Man City's draw in Germany, they clinched a seeded berth in the round of sixteen.[48] Also in this game Messi reached 100 goals in international competitions for Barcelona.[49]

On 27 November, Barcelona drew 1–1 with Real Sociedad at Anoeta, Messi's second-half leveller halted Barça's run of four straight league losses in San Sebastian.[50]

On 30 November, Barcelona drew Hércules 1–1, a fine long range strike from debutant Aleña gave Barça a slight advantage going into the second leg.[51]

DecemberEdit

 
2016–17 FC Barcelona at the Match of Champions

On 3 December, Barcelona drew 1–1 with Real Madrid, Luis Suárez' header being cancelled out by 90th minute Ramos equaliser.[52]

On 6 December, Barcelona won 4–0 against Borussia Mönchengladbach, a game which saw a hat-trick from Arda Turan.[53]

On 10 December, Barcelona won Osasuna 0–3, Luis Suárez breaks the deadlock in the second half, and two further goals from Leo Messi go on to claim all three points in Pamplona.[54]

On 12 December, Barcelona were drawn against Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16 of the Champions League.[55]

On 15 December, Barcelona and Suárez negotiated a five-year contract extension lasting until 30 June 2021.[56]

On 18 December, Barcelona won 4–1 against Espanyol in the Derbi barceloní.[57]

On 21 December, Barcelona won 7–0 against Hércules; Paco Alcácer scored his first official goal and Arda Turan got a hat-trick as Barça cruised into the last 16 of the Copa del Rey.[58]

On 23 December, Barcelona was drawn against Athletic Club in the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey.[59]

JanuaryEdit

On 8 January Barcelona drew 1–1 with Villarreal, with Messi scoring the equalizer in the 90th minute.[60]

On 11 January, Barcelona won 3-1 against Athletic Bilbao, goals from Suárez, Neymar and Messi secured an action-packed victory that kept alive the quest for a third consecutive Copa del Rey trophy.[61]

On 14 January, Barcelona won 5-0 against Las Palmas, a brace from Luis Suárez and one each for Leo Messi, Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal gave Barça a winning home start to the league in 2017.[62]

On 19 January Barcelona won 0–1 against Real Sociedad, Neymar's 21st-minute penalty ended decade of disappointments in San Sebastián.[63]

On 22 January, Barcelona won 0-4 against Eibar, a first-half strike from Denis followed by a goal each from the trident in the second secured another three points to stay within reach of the top two.[64]

On 26 January, Barcelona won 5-2 against Real Sociedad, a brace from Denis Suárez and further goals by Leo Messi, Luis Suárez and Arda Turan sent Barça into the final four of the Copa del Rey.[65]

On 29 January Barcelona drew 1–1 with Real Betis, an incident-packed game saw Suárez snatched a draw in the 90th minute after the Catalans had already seen at least one valid equaliser overruled.[66]

FebruaryEdit

On 1 February, Barcelona won 2-1 against Atlético Madrid, Suárez and Messi put them in command but Griezmann's second half header kept Atlético alive.[67]

On 4 February, Barcelona won 3-0 against Athletic Club Bilbao, Paco Alcácer, Leo Messi, and Aleix Vidal all found the net.[68]

On 7 February, Barcelona draw 1-1 against Atlético Madrid, Luis Suárez's tap-in just before half-time was enough to see the Catalans into a fourth consecutive Copa del Rey final despite late drama which saw the visitors equalise and a player sent off.[69]

On 11 February, Barcelona won 6-0 against Alavés. Luis Suárez (2), Neymar Jr, Leo Messi and Ivan Rakitic were on target, plus one own goal; Aleix Vidal suffered a very serious ankle injury late in the game.[70]

On 14 February, Barcelona lost 4-0 against Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of the first knockout round of the Champions League.[71]

On 19 February, Barcelona won 2-1 against Leganés, Leo Messi's 90th-minute penalty won the game at the Camp Nou.[72]

On 26 February, Barcelona won 2-1 against Atlético Madrid, Rafinha's opener was quickly cancelled out by Godín's header but Messi sealed three points in the closing stages.[73]

MarchEdit

On 1 March, Barcelona won 6-1 against Sporting Gijón, with goals from Messi, Suárez, Alcácer, Neymar Jr, Rakitić and an own goal at the Camp Nou.[74] During the press conference after the match, Luis Enrique announced his decision to leave at the end of the season.[75]

On 4 March, Barcelona won 5-0 against Celta, with goals from Messi (2), Neymar, Rakitic and Umtiti.[76]

On 8 March, Barça came back from a 4-0 deficit in the first leg. In the second leg, they were up 3-1, but by way of scoring three goals in the last seven minutes, they advanced. Marc-Andre Ter Stegen's saves coupled with Neymar's brace and Sergi Roberto's goal at the death clinched the 6-5 aggregate win.[77]

On 9 March, Barcelona and Rakitic negotiated a four-year contract extension lasting until 30 June 2021.[78]

On 12 March, Barcelona lost to Deportivo la Coruña 2–1, two goals from corners condemned Barça to defeat in Galicia, with Luis Suárez scoring in between.[79]

On 17 March, Barcelona were drawn against Juventus in the quarter finals of the Champions League.[80]

On 19 March, Barcelona won 4-2 against Valencia, with goals from Suárez, André Gomes and a brace from Messi.[81]

AprilEdit

Barcelona defeated Granada on 2 April 1–4 away, goals from Suárez, Alcácer, Rakitic and Neymar handed Barça another three points to keep in close proximity of the top.[82]

On 5 April, Barcelona defeated Sevilla 3-0, with a goal from Suárez and two from Messi in 8 minutes.[83]

On 8 April, Barcelona lost to Málaga 2–0, ten-man Barça missed out on the chance to return to the top of the table.[84]

On 11 April, Barcelona lost to Juventus 3–0, Barça could not break through Juve's rock-solid defense.[85]

On 15 April, Barcelona beat Real Sociedad 3–2, Barça edged past La Real in a hard-fought duel thanked to two goals from Leo Messi and one from Paco Alcácer.[86]

On 19 April, Barcelona drew 0-0 with Juventus, Barça bade farewell to the Champions League after being unable to break down a resilient Juve backline.[87]

On 23 April, Barcelona beat Real Madrid 3-2, Barça grabbed a dramatic victory at the Santiago Bernabéu thanks to an injury-time strike from Leo Messi to move joint-top of the table.[88] The Argentine star scored his 500th official goal in blaugrana colours at the same time.[89]

On 26 April, Barcelona beat Osasuna 7–1, braces for Gomes, Messi and Alcácer, and a first ever Barça goal for Mascherano,[90] earned the points.[91]

On 29 April, Barcelona beat Espanyol 3-0, all goals after half time, including a Suárez brace and one from Rakitic, to stay top of the table.[92]

MayEdit

On 6 May, Barcelona beat Villarreal 4–1, Messi, Suarez and Neymar all scored to keep the Liga title challenge alive, in the process surpassing a combined 100 goals for a third consecutive season.[93]

On 14 May, Barcelona beat Las Palmas 4-1, Neymar Jr scored three of the four goals that meant the championship race would now go to the last weekend.[94]

On 21 May, Barcelona won Eibar 4-2, Luis Enrique's men rally back from two goals down to claim victory on the final day of the league campaign but it was not enough to earn the title.[95]

On 27 May, Barcelona won Alavés 3-1, Barça become the first side since the 1950s to win the Copa del Rey three years in a row, on Luis Enrique’s last game in charge.[96]

On 29 May, Barcelona and Ter Stegen negotiated a five-year contract extension lasting until 30 June 2022.[97]

PlayersEdit

Squad informationEdit

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK   Ter Stegen 25 EU 2014 93 0 2022 €12M
3 CB   Piqué 30 EU 2008 397 35 2019 €5M Originally from Youth system
4 MF   I. Rakitić 29 EU 2014 159 26 2021 €20M
5 MF   Sergio (2nd vc) 28 EU 2008 432 12 2021 YS
6 MF   Denis Suárez 23 EU 2016 36 4 2020 €3.25M
7 MF   Arda 30 EU 2015 55 15 2019 €34M
8 MF   A. Iniesta (captain) 33 EU 2002 630 55 2018 YS
9 FW   Suárez 30 Non-EU 2014 147 121 2021 €82.3M Second nationality: Italy
10 FW   Messi (vice-captain) 29 EU 2004 583 507 2018 YS Second nationality: Spain
11 FW   Neymar Jr 25 Non-EU 2013 186 105 2021 €57.1M Second nationality: Portugal
12 MF   Rafinha 24 EU 2011 78 11 2020 YS Second nationality: Spain
13 GK   Cillessen 28 EU 2016 10 0 2021 €13M
14 CB   Mascherano (3rd vc) 32 EU 2010 322 1 2019 €22M Second nationality: Italy
17 FW   Paco Alcácer 23 EU 2016 28 8 2021 €28M
18 LB   Jordi Alba 28 EU 2012 198 9 2020 €14M Originally from Youth system
19 LB   Digne 23 EU 2016 26 1 2021 €16.5M
20 RB   S. Roberto 25 EU 2010 153 6 2019 YS
21 MF   André Gomes 23 EU 2016 47 3 2021 €50M
22 RB   Aleix Vidal 27 EU 2015 26 2 2020 €14.8M Originally from Youth system
23 CB   Umtiti 23 EU 2016 43 1 2021 €25M
24 CB   Mathieu 33 EU 2014 88 4 2018 €23M
25 GK   Masip 28 EU 2014 4 0 2017 YS

From youth squadEdit

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

No. Position Player
26   GK José Aurelio Suárez
27   MF Wilfrid Kaptoum
28   MF Carles Aleñá
29   FW Marc Cardona
30   MF Álex Carbonell
No. Position Player
31   DF Borja López
32   DF Nili
33   DF Marlon Santos
34   DF Sergi Palencia

Players inEdit

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
6 MF   Denis Suárez 22 EU   Villarreal Buyback clause Summer 2020 €3.25M FCBarcelona.com
RB   Martín Montoya 25 EU   Real Betis Loan return Summer 2020 Free FCBarcelona.com
30 MF   Alen Halilović 20 EU   Sporting Gijón Loan return Summer 2020 Free FCBarcelona.com
FW   Cristian Tello 24 EU   Fiorentina Loan return Summer 2020 Free FCBarcelona.com
23 DF   Samuel Umtiti 22 EU   Lyon Transfer Summer 2021 €25M FCBarcelona.com
19 DF   Lucas Digne 22 EU   Paris Saint-Germain Transfer Summer 2021 €16.5M+€4M
variables
FCBarcelona.com
21 MF   André Gomes 22 EU   Valencia Transfer Summer 2021 €35M+€20M
variables
FCBarcelona.com
13 GK   Jasper Cillessen 27 EU   Ajax Transfer Summer 2021 €13M+€2M
variables
FCBarcelona.com
17 FW   Paco Alcácer 23 EU   Valencia Transfer Summer 2021 €30M+€2M
variables
FCBarcelona.com

Total spending: €122.75M

Players outEdit

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
19 FW   Sandro Ramírez 20 EU   Málaga End of contract Summer Free MalagaCF.com
6 DF   Dani Alves 33 EU   Juventus End of contract Summer Free Juventus.com
15 CB   Marc Bartra 25 EU   Borussia Dortmund Transfer Summer €8M BVB.de
30 MF   Alen Halilović 20 EU   Hamburg Transfer Summer €5M HSV.de
21 DF   Adriano 34 EU   Beşiktaş Transfer Summer €0.6M BJK.tr.com
DF   Martín Montoya 25 EU   Valencia Contract termination Summer Free ValenciaCF.com
17 MF   Alex Song 31 EU   Rubin Kazan Contract termination Summer Free sportseon.com
23 DF   Thomas Vermaelen 33 EU   Roma Loan Summer Free ASRoma.com
FW   Cristian Tello 27 EU   Fiorentina Loan Summer Free ViolaChannel.tv
13 GK   Claudio Bravo 36 EU   Manchester City Transfer Summer €18M+€2M variables ManCity.com
16 MF   Sergi Samper 24 EU   Granada Loan Summer Free GranadaCF.es
2 DF   Douglas 28 Non-EU   Sporting Gijón Loan Summer Free RealSporting.com
17 FW   Munir El Haddadi 23 EU   Valencia Loan Summer Free ValenciaCF.com

Total income: €31.6 million

Net:   €91.15 million

Technical staffEdit

Position Staff
First team head coach Luis Enrique
Assistant coach Juan Carlos Unzué
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

StatisticsEdit

Squad appearances and goalsEdit

Last updated on 27 May 2017.
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   Marc-André ter Stegen 46 0 36 0 9 0 1 0 0 0
13 GK   Jasper Cillessen 10 0 1 0 1 0 8 0 0 0
25 GK   Jordi Masip 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Defenders
3 DF   Gerard Piqué 41 3 25 2 8 1 7 0 1 0
14 DF   Javier Mascherano 40 1 25 1 8 0 5 0 2 0
18 DF   Jordi Alba 39 1 26 1 6 0 6 0 1 0
19 DF   Lucas Digne 26 1 17 0 4 0 3 1 2 0
20 MF   Sergi Roberto 47 1 32 0 8 1 6 0 1 0
22 DF   Aleix Vidal 12 2 6 2 1 0 4 0 1 0
23 DF   Samuel Umtiti 43 1 25 1 8 0 9 0 1 0
24 DF   Jérémy Mathieu 16 1 13 1 2 0 0 0 1 0
31 DF   Nili 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
33 DF   Marlon Santos 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
35 DF   Borja López 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Midfielders
4 MF   Ivan Rakitić 51 9 32 8 9 0 8 1 2 0
5 MF   Sergio Busquets 48 0 33 0 8 0 5 0 2 0
6 MF   Denis Suárez 36 3 26 1 1 0 7 2 2 0
7 MF   Arda Turan 30 13 18 3 5 4 5 4 2 2
8 MF   Andrés Iniesta 37 1 23 0 8 1 5 0 1 0
12 MF   Rafinha 29 7 18 6 6 0 4 1 1 0
21 MF   André Gomes 47 3 30 3 8 0 8 0 1 0
28 MF   Carles Aleñá 4 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
30 MF   Álex Carbonell 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Forwards
9 FW   Luis Suárez 51 37 35 29 9 3 6 4 1 1
10 FW   Lionel Messi 52 54 34 37 9 11 7 5 2 1
11 FW   Neymar 45 20 30 13 9 4 6 3 0 0
17 FW   Paco Alcácer 27 8 20 6 3 0 4 2 0 0
29 FW   Marc Cardona 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Players who have made an appearance or had a squad number this season but have left the club
1 GK   Claudio Bravo 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
17 FW   Munir El Haddadi 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1


Squad statisticsEdit

League Europe Cup Others Total Stats
Games played 38 10 9 2 59
Games won 28 6 6 2 42
Games drawn 6 1 2 0 9
Games lost 4 3 1 0 8
Goals scored 116 26 24 5 171
Goals conceded 37 12 9 0 58
Goal difference 79 14 15 5 113
Clean sheets 12 4 2 2 19
Goal by Substitute 2 2 1 1 5
Total shots
Shots on target
Corners
Players used
Offsides
Fouls suffered
Fouls committed
Yellow cards 65 20 17 3 105
Red cards 1 1 2 0 4

Players Used: Barcelona has used a total of – different players in all competitions.

GoalscorersEdit

No. Pos. Nation Name La Liga Champions League Copa del Rey Supercopa de España Total
10 FW   Messi 37 11 5 1 54
9 FW   Suárez 29 3 4 1 37
11 FW   Neymar Jr 13 4 3 0 20
7 MF   Arda 3 4 4 2 13
4 MF   I. Rakitić 8 0 1 0 9
17 FW   Paco Alcácer 6 0 2 0 8
12 MF   Rafinha 6 0 1 0 7
3 DF   Piqué 2 1 0 0 3
6 MF   Denis Suárez 1 0 2 0 3
21 MF   André Gomes 3 0 0 0 3
22 DF   Aleix Vidal 2 0 0 0 2
8 MF   A. Iniesta 0 1 0 0 1
14 MF   Mascherano 1 0 0 0 1
18 DF   Jordi Alba 1 0 0 0 1
19 DF   Digne 0 0 1 0 1
20 DF   S. Roberto 0 1 0 0 1
23 DF   Umtiti 1 0 0 0 1
24 DF   Mathieu 1 0 0 0 1
28 MF   Aleñá 0 0 1 0 1
17 FW   Munir 0 0 0 1 1
# Own goals 2 1 0 0 3
TOTAL 116 26 24 5 171

Last updated: 27 May 2017[98]

Hat-tricksEdit

Player Against Result Date Competition
  Luis Suárez   Real Betis 6–2 (H) 20 August 2016 La Liga
  Lionel Messi   Celtic 7–0 (H) 13 September 2016 Champions League
  Lionel Messi   Manchester City 4–0 (H) 19 October 2016 Champions League
  Arda Turan   Borussia Mönchengladbach 4–0 (H) 6 December 2016 Champions League
  Arda Turan   Hércules 7–0 (H) 21 December 2016 Copa del Rey
  Neymar   Las Palmas 1–4 (A) 14 May 2017 La Liga

(H) – Home ; (A) – Away

Clean sheetsEdit

As of 14 January 2017.

Rank Name La Liga Copa del Rey Champions League Supercopa de España Total Played Games
1   Ter Stegen 10 0 3 0 13 26
1   Jasper Cillessen 0 2 1 0 3 9
1   Claudio Bravo 0 0 0 2 2 3
Total 10 2 4 2 18 38

Disciplinary recordEdit

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 Supercopa de España Total Notes
                             
1 GK   Ter Stegen 1 1 2
3 DF   Piqué 6 2 8
4 MF   I. Rakitić 5 4 1 10
5 MF   Sergio 9 3 1 1 14
6 MF   Denis Suárez 1 1
7 MF   Arda 1 1
8 MF   A. Iniesta 2 2 2 6
9 FW   Suárez 8 2 1 1 1 12 1
10 FW   Messi 6 3 9
11 FW   Neymar Jr 6 1 5 3 14 1
12 MF   Rafinha 1 1 2
13 GK   Cillessen 1 1
14 MF   Mascherano 6 1 1 8
17 FW   Paco Alcácer 1 1
18 MF   Jordi Alba 4 1 2 7
19 DF   Digne 3 3
20 MF   S. Roberto 5 1 1 6 1
21 MF   André Gomes 3 1 4
22 DF   Aleix Vidal 1 1
23 DF   Umtiti 4 1 3 1 9
24 DF   Mathieu 1 1
28 MF   Aleñá 1 1

Last updated: 27 May 2017
Source: ESPNFC.com, FCBarcelona.com
Ordered by  ,   and  
  = Number of bookings;   = Number of sending offs after a second yellow card;   = Number of sending offs by a direct red card.

Injury recordEdit

N P Nat. Name Type Status Source Match Inj. Date Ret. Date
1 GK   Ter Stegen Knee Injury (sprained ligament in left knee)   FCB.com in training 11 August 2016 24 August 2016
8 MF   A. Iniesta Knee Injury (strained posterior capsule in right knee)   FCB.com vs Sevilla 14 August 2016 10 September 2016
24 DF   Mathieu Hamstring (torn femoral bicep in right leg)   FCB.com vs Sevilla 14 August 2016 10 September 2016
14 MF   Mascherano Hamstring (in right leg)   FCB.com vs Sevilla 17 August 2016 24 August 2016
10 FW   Messi Groin injury (abductor muscle in left hamstring)   FCB.com vs Athletic Bilbao 28 August 2016 10 September 2016
21 MF   André Gomes Muscular bruise (on right leg)   FCB.com in training with
Portugal
30 August 2016 13 September 2016
1 GK   Ter Stegen Hamstring (pulled hamstring)   FCB.com in training 9 September 2016 13 September 2016
23 DF   Umtiti Knee injury (Internal ligament strain on his left knee)   FCB.com in training 20 September 2016 15 October 2016
10 FW   Messi Groin injury (in right leg)   FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid 21 September 2016 15 October 2016
18 DF   Jordi Alba Thigh injury (in left leg)   FCB.com vs Italy
with Spain
6 October 2016 19 October 2016
20 RB   S. Roberto Abductor strain (in right leg)   FCB.com in training with
Spain
8 October 2016 22 October 2016
13 GK   Jasper Cillessen Ankle sprain (sprained ligaments in his right ankle)   FCB.com in training with
Netherlands
8 October 2016 29 October 2016
18 DF   Jordi Alba Thigh injury (strained left hamstring)   FCB.com vs Manchester City 19 October 2016 19 November 2016
3 DF   Piqué Ankle sprain (sprained ligaments in right ankle)   FCB.com vs Manchester City 19 October 2016 19 November 2016
23 DF   Umtiti Thigh injury (rupture to the femoral biceps muscle of his left thigh)   FCB.com in training with
France
9 November 2016 30 November 2016
8 MF   A.Iniesta Knee injury (lateral collateral ligament in right knee)   FCB.com vs Valencia 22 October 2016 3 December 2016
24 DF   Mathieu Calf Injury (tear in right soleus)   FCB.com vs Espanyol 25 October 2016 5 January 2017
13 GK   Jasper Cillessen Soleus muscle (in left leg)   FCB.com in the vacation 30 December 2016 12 January 2017
12 MF   Rafinha Hamstring (in right biceps femoris muscle)   FCB.com in training 17 January 2017 1 February 2017
8 MF   A. Iniesta Soleus muscle (in left leg)   FCB.com vs Real Sociedad 20 January 2017 7 February 2017
5 MF   Sergio Ankle sprain (Sprained external lateral ligament in right ankle)   FCB.com vs Eibar 22 January 2017 7 February 2017
12 MF   Rafinha Nose Fractured   FCB.com vs Athletic Bilbao 4 February 2017 14 February 2017
14 MF   Mascherano Hamstring (thigh injury in left leg)   FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid 7 February 2017 1 March 2017
24 DF   Mathieu Ankle sprain   FCB.com vs Atlético Madrid 26 February 2017 2 April 2017
14 MF   Mascherano Calf Injury (in left leg)   FCB.com vs Juventus 11 April 2017 19 April 2017
7 MF   Arda Adductor muscle   FCB.com vs Finland
with Turkey
24 March 2017 23 April 2017
22 DF   Aleix Vidal Broken ankle   FCB.com vs Alavés 11 February 2017 27 May 2017
14 MF   Mascherano Knee injury (capsule strain in right knee)   FCB.com vs Alavés 27 August 2017 July 2017
12 MF   Rafinha Meniscus problem (in right knee)   FCB.com vs Granada 2 April 2017 18 December 2017

  - Player is injured
  - Player has recovered from injury
Last updated: 18 December 2017
Source: FC Barcelona

Pre-season and friendliesEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

International Champions CupEdit

Joan Gamper TrophyEdit

Supercopa de CatalunyaEdit

Qatar Airways CupEdit

CompetitionsEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

OverviewEdit

Competition First match Last match Starting round Final position Record
Pld W D L GF GA GD Win %
La Liga 20 August 2016 21 May 2017 Matchday 1 2nd 38 28 6 4 116 37 +79 073.68
Copa del Rey 30 November 2016 27 May 2017 Round of 32 Winners 9 6 2 1 24 9 +15 066.67
Supercopa de España 14 August 2016 17 August 2016 Final Winners 2 2 0 0 5 0 +5 100.00
Champions League 13 September 2016 19 April 2017 Group stage Quarter-finals 10 6 1 3 26 12 +14 060.00
Total 59 42 9 8 171 58 +113 071.19

Last updated: 27 May 2017 (2017-05-27).

Source: Competitions

La LigaEdit

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Real Madrid (C) 38 29 6 3 106 41 +65 93 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Barcelona 38 28 6 4 116 37 +79 90
3 Atlético Madrid 38 23 9 6 70 27 +43 78
4 Sevilla 38 21 9 8 69 49 +20 72 Qualification for the Champions League play-off round
5 Villarreal 38 19 10 9 56 33 +23 67 Qualification for the Europa League group stage[a]
Source: La Liga, Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Fair-play points; 7) Play-off.[99]
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ Since the winners of the 2016–17 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.

Results summaryEdit

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 28 6 4 116 37  +79 90 15 3 1 64 17  +47 13 3 3 52 20  +32

Last updated: 21 May 2017 (2017-05-21).
Source: League matches

Results by roundEdit

Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738
GroundHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAH
ResultWWLWDWLWWWWDDDWWDWWDWWWWWWLWWWLWWWWWWW
Position12223244322222223332222211222222111122
Updated to match(es) played on 21 May 2017 (2017-05-21). Source: League matches
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

MatchesEdit

Copa del ReyEdit

Round of 32Edit

Round of 16Edit

Quarter-finalsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

FinalEdit

Supercopa de EspañaEdit

UEFA Champions LeagueEdit

Group stageEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification BAR MC MGB CEL
1   Barcelona 6 5 0 1 20 4 +16 15 Advance to knockout phase 4–0 4–0 7–0
2   Manchester City 6 2 3 1 12 10 +2 9 3–1 4–0 1–1
3   Borussia Mönchengladbach 6 1 2 3 5 12 −7 5 Transfer to Europa League 1–2 1–1 1–1
4   Celtic 6 0 3 3 5 16 −11 3 0–2 3–3 0–2
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers

Knockout phaseEdit

Round of 16Edit
Quarter-finalsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Robert confirms Sandro will be allowed to leave Barcelona". sport-english.com. 24 May 2016. Retrieved 23 June 2016.
  2. ^ "Dani Alves to leave Barcelona this summer". FCBarcelona.com. 2 June 2016. Retrieved 2 June 2016.
  3. ^ "Bartra to join Borussia Dortmund". FCBarcelona.com. 3 June 2016. Retrieved 3 June 2016.
  4. ^