List of El Clásico matches

This is a list of all matches contested between the Spanish football clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid, a fixture known as El Clásico.

The club name in bold indicates a win for that team. The score is given at full-time and half-time (in brackets), and in the goals columns, the goalscorer and time when goal was scored is noted.

Competitive matchesEdit

Primera División matchesEdit

Barcelona and Real Madrid have faced each other in every La Liga season since its inception in 1929, as inaugural members and two of the only three teams (the other being Athletic Bilbao) to have never been relegated from the Primera División.[1][2]

# Date Matchweek Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1 17 February 1929 2 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (0–1) Parera (70) Morera (10, 55)
2 9 May 1929 11 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–0) Sastre (83)
3 26 January 1930 9 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–4 (0–3) Bestit (63) Rubio (10, 37), F. López (17), Lazcano (71)
4 30 March 1930 18 Real Madrid Barcelona 5–1 (3–0) Rubio (5, 23), Lazcano (42, 68, 72) Goiburu (84)
5 1 February 1931 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–0
6 5 April 1931 18 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (2–1) Ramón (12, 35, 73) Eugenio (38)
7 31 January 1932 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (2–0) Olivares (26, 40)
8 3 April 1932 18 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Samitier (20), Arocha (p. 87) Lazcano (43), Regueiro (70)
9 1 January 1933 6 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (0–0) Arocha (68) Regueiro (p. 78)
10 5 March 1933 15 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (1–0) Samitier (35, 68) Goiburu (89)
11 26 November 1933 4 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (0–2) Morera (46) Olivares (9), Regueiro (26)
12 28 January 1934 13 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–0 (3–0) Valle (7), Samitier (20), Regueiro (30), Eugenio (50)
13 3 February 1935 10 Real Madrid Barcelona 8–2 (5–1) Lazcano (15, 42, 73), Sañudo (21, 35, 47, 81), Regueiro (29) Escolà (17), Guzmán (68)
14 21 April 1935 21 Barcelona Real Madrid 5–0 (1–0) Ventolrà (43, 62, 68, 82), Escolà (48)
15 22 December 1935 7 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–3 (0–2) Regueiro (21), Diz (40), Lecue (47)
16 22 March 1936 18 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–0 (2–0) Lecue (10, 47), Emilin (43)
17 28 January 1940 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (1–1) Alonso (1), Lecue (75) Pascual (3)
18 14 April 1940 20 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
19 1 December 1940 10 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (0–0) Sospedra (49, 69), Valle Mas (53)
20 23 February 1941 21 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–2 (0–0) Barinaga (49) Bravo (60), Martín (63)
21 19 October 1941 4 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–3 (2–1) Arbiza (17, 70), Benito (o.g. 35), Belmar (55) Calvet (25), Raich (p. 60), Gracia (87)
22 25 January 1942 17 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–2 (0–0) Alday (63, 78)
23 27 September 1942 1 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–0 (1–0) Arbiza (7, 89), Alsúa (52)
24 10 January 1943 14 Barcelona Real Madrid 5–5 (4–2)[3] Martín (25, 40), Escolà (31), Valle Mas (32, 62) Alonso (10), Alday (27, 51), Botella (74), Mardones II (87)
25 2 January 1944 13 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–0) Valle Mas (50)
26 9 April 1944 26 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (1–0) Escolà (13) Alsúa (62), Rosalénch (o.g. 71)
27 12 November 1944 8 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (1–0) Moleiro (21)
28 25 March 1945 21 Barcelona Real Madrid 5–0 (1–0) César (41, 46), Bravo (52), Escolà (77), Gonzalvo III (86)
29 25 November 1945 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–2 (1–0) Barinaga (23), Pruden (63), Belmar (67) Martín (51), Gonzalvo III (85)
30 3 March 1946 22 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (1–0) César (17)
31 1 December 1946 11 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (1–1) Corona (p. 4), Molowny (79) Seguer (23)
32 30 March 1947 24 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–2 (2–0) Bravo (18), Navarro (39, 49) Arsuaga (48, 60)
33 12 October 1947 4 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (0–1) Barinaga (65) Clemente (o.g. 31)
34 25 January 1948 17 Barcelona Real Madrid 4–2 (3–0) Seguer (2), Basora (28, 58), César (43) Gallardo (68), Rafa Yunta (76)
35 19 September 1948 2 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–2 (0–1) Barinaga (60) Florencio (41), Basora (48)
36 9 January 1949 15 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (1–1) César (28, 61), Basora (56) Pahiño (9)
37 18 September 1949 3 Real Madrid Barcelona 6–1 (3–0) Pahiño (2, 40, 68), Cabrera (4), Macala (62, 69)[4][5] Gonzalvo II (85)
38 15 January 1950 16 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–3 (1–0) Basora (41), César (53) Pahiño (58), Rafael Verdú (66), Cabrera (73)
39 24 September 1950 3 Barcelona Real Madrid 7–2 (3–1) Nicolau (9, 56), César (14), Aurelio (39, 88), Gonzalvo III (62), Basora (82) Molowny (15), García González (66)
40 14 January 1951 18 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–1 (4–1) Narro (8, 17, 29), Pahiño (13) Canal (31)
41 11 November 1951 10 Real Madrid Barcelona 5–1 (3–1) Molowny (3), Cabrera (32), Pahiño (35, 87), Roque Olsen (57) Basora (44)
42 2 March 1952 25 Barcelona Real Madrid 4–2 (2–2) Vila Soler (13), César (36, 56, 74) Roque Olsen (33), Arsuaga (39)
43 23 November 1952 11 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (0–0) Arsuaga (76, 80) Manchón (67)
44 5 April 1953 26 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (1–0) Moreno (15)
45 25 October 1953 7 Real Madrid Barcelona 5–0 (4–0) di Stéfano (10, 85), Roque Olsen (34, 35), Molowny (39)
46 21 February 1954 22 Barcelona Real Madrid 5–1 (1–1) Tejada (14, 86), César (50), Moreno (74), Manchón (89) di Stéfano (6)
47 21 November 1954 11 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–0 (1–0) di Stéfano (p. 44), Héctor Rial (66), Joseito (67)
48 6 March 1955 26 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Basora (31), Dagoberto Moll (70) Gento (19, 64)
49 13 November 1955 10 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (1–0) Héctor Rial (35), Marquitos (89) Areta (77)
50 18 March 1956 25 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–0 (2–0) Villaverde (18, 29)
51 11 November 1956 10 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (0–0) Luis Suárez (46)
52 3 March 1957 25 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (1–0) Joseito (21)
53 13 October 1957 5 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–0 (2–0) Kopa (10), Héctor Rial (43), di Stéfano (73)
54 2 February 1958 20 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–2 (0–2) Marsal (34), Héctor Rial (37)
55 26 October 1958 7 Barcelona Real Madrid 4–0 (1–0) Evaristo (22, 68, 70), Tejada (84)
56 15 February 1959 22 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (0–0) Herrera (79)
57 29 November 1959 11 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (1–0) Mateos (5), di Stéfano (82)
58 20 March 1960 26 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (0–0) Kocsis (50), Martínez (60), Villaverde (62) di Stéfano (58)
59 4 December 1960 12 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–5 (2–3) Martínez (28), Villaverde (34), Kubala (89) di Stéfano (3, 81), del Sol (15), Gento (43, 79)
60 26 March 1961 27 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–2 (0–0) del Sol (55), di Stéfano (60), Puskás (78) Luis Suárez (80), Kubala (89)
61 30 September 1961 5 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (1–0) Puskás (14), del Sol (72)
62 21 January 1962 20 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (2–0) Evaristo (4, 83), Kocsis (40) Félix Ruiz (86)
63 30 September 1962 3 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (1–0) di Stéfano (20, 70)
64 27 January 1963 18 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–5 (1–2) (34) Puskás (p. 24, 35, 71), di Stéfano (47), Gento (67)
65 15 December 1963 12 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–0 (1–0) Puskás (37, 68, p. 84), di Stéfano (77)
66 30 March 1964 27 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (1–2) Zaldúa (27) Gento (18), Puskás (43)
67 8 November 1964 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–1 (2–0) Amancio (16, 31, 74), Serena (76) (68)
68 28 February 1965 24 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (1–0) (40) Pirri (63), Serena (70)
69 19 December 1965 14 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–3 (1–3) Félix Ruiz (20) Fusté (7, 8), Zaldúa (34)
70 27 March 1966 29 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (0–1) Rifé (59), Zaballa (63) Gento (39)
71 20 November 1966 10 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (0–0) Veloso (89)
72 19 March 1967 25 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Fusté (7, 89) Amancio (42)
73 10 December 1967 12 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (0–0) Gento (p. 65) Zaldúa (78)
74 9 April 1968 27 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (1–1) Zaldúa (12) Pirri (43)
75 16 November 1968 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (1–1) Pirri (32), José Luis (75) Zaldúa (19)
76 9 March 1969 24 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (1–0) Zaldúa (26) Gento (p. 87)
77 14 September 1969 1 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–3 (2–2) Fleitas (18, 38), Gento (63) Bustillo (3, 5), Rexach (71)
78 28 December 1969 16 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (1–0) Gallego (29)
79 25 October 1970 7 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–1) Zabalza (28)
80 14 February 1971 22 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–1 (0–0) Grande (67)
81 27 November 1971 11 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–0) Grosso (6) Asensi (68)
82 3 April 1972 28 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (1–0) Asensi (11)
83 1 October 1972 5 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (0–0) Barrios (52)
84 24 February 1973 22 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–0
85 7 October 1973 6 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
86 16 February 1974 22 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–5 (0–2) Asensi (30, 54), Cruyff (39), Juan Carlos (65), Sotil (69)
87 4 January 1975 15 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (1–0) Juan Roberto Martínez (43)
88 11 May 1975 32 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
89 27 December 1975 15 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–0) Neeskens (3), Rexach (89) Pirri (64)
90 30 April 1976 32 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–2 (0–1) Rexach (15), Heredia (64)
91 19 September 1976 3 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (1–0) Marcial (29), Cruyff (53), Heredia (86) Pirri (52)
92 30 January 1977 20 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–1) Pirri (p. 2) Cruyff (16)
93 4 December 1977 12 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–3 (1–2) Rexach (30,p. 67) Jensen (23), Santillana (35), Stielike (54)
94 5 April 1978 29 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–0 (2–0) Jensen (6, 10), Juanito (69), Santillana (80)
95 23 September 1978 4 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–1 (2–1) Santillana (29, 46), Jensen (32) Neeskens (15)
96 17 February 1979 21 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–0 (0–0) Krankl (52), Asensi (61)
97 23 September 1979 3 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–2 (3–2) Santillana (6), Juanito (8), Cunningham (32) Landáburu (23), Krankl (36)
98 10 February 1980 20 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–2 (0–0) García Hernández (61), Santillana (63)
99 30 November 1980 13 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Schuster (15), Quini (64) Juanito (22)
100 29 March 1981 30 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–0 (0–0) Juanito (p. 53), Santillana (71), Stielike (76)
101 20 December 1981 16 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (1–0) Alexanko (7), Quini (53, p. 60) Juanito (49)
102 18 April 1982 33 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–1 (2–1) Rafael Cortés (6), Stielike (p. 45), Isidro (82) Quini (42)
103 27 November 1982 13 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–2 (0–1) Esteban Vigo (14), Quini (86)
104 26 March 1983 30 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Maradona (45), Perico Alonso (77) Juanito (20)
105 22 October 1983 8 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (1–2) Quini (p. 17) Juanito (p. 12), Santillana (20)
106 25 February 1984 25 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (1–0) Juanito (16), Santillana (80) Maradona (56)
107 2 September 1984 1 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–3 (0–0) Ángel (o.g.46), Archibald (86), Calderé (89)
108 30 December 1984 18 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–2 (1–1) Gerardo (25), Migueli (53), Esteban Vigo (79) Sanchís (30), Butragueño (89)
109 9 November 1985 11 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–0 (1–0) Marcos (2), Calderé (72)
110 8 March 1986 28 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–1 (0–0) Maceda (64), Valdano (67), Butragueño (83) Amarilla (51)
111 8 October 1986 8 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–1) Hugo Sánchez (p. 27) Pedraza (6)
112 31 January 1987 25 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–2 (2–0) Lineker (2, 5, 47) Valdano (61), Hugo Sánchez (p. 80)
113 12 April 1987 35 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–0
114 23 May 1987 40 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–0) Lineker (39), Roberto (p. 60) Hugo Sánchez (53)
115 2 January 1988 16 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (2–1) Hugo Sánchez (p. 22, 41) Schuster (p. 30)
116 30 April 1988 35 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–0 (1–0) Carrasco (1), Lineker (70)
117 22 October 1988 8 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–2 (0–1) Hugo Sánchez (57), Aldana (59), Gordillo (81) Bakero (21), Carrasco (70)
118 1 April 1989 27 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
119 7 October 1989 6 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (1–1) Salinas (10), Koeman (p. 74, p. 89) Hugo Sánchez (p. 5)
120 15 February 1990 25 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–2 (2–1) Míchel (24), Butragueño (45), Hugo Sánchez (p. 46) Salinas (54, 57)
121 19 January 1991 19 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Laudrup (18), Spasić (o.g. 62) Butragueño (28)
122 8 June 1991 38 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (0–0) Aldana (47)
123 19 October 1991 6 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–0) Prosinečki (19) Koeman (p. 58)
124 7 March 1992 25 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (1–0) Koeman (36) Hierro (66)
125 5 September 1992 1 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–0) Bakero (4), Stoichkov (87) Míchel (p. 71)
126 29 January 1993 20 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (2–1) Zamorano (9), Míchel (p. 41) Amor (15)
127 8 January 1994 18 Barcelona Real Madrid 5–0 (1–0) Romário (24, 56, 81), Koeman (47), Iglesias (86)
128 6 May 1994 37 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–0) Amor (77)
129 6 January 1995 16 Real Madrid Barcelona 5–0 (3–0) Zamorano (5, 21, 39), Luis Enrique (68), Amavisca (70)
130 26 May 1995 35 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (0–0) Nadal (62)
131 30 September 1995 5 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–1) Raúl (12) Roger (31)
132 9 February 1996 26 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (1–0) Kodro (36, 89), Figo (71)
133 7 December 1996 16 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (1–0) Šuker (24), Mijatović (48)
134 10 May 1997 37 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (1–0) Ronaldo (44)
135 1 November 1997 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–3 (0–1) Raúl (48), Šuker (61) Rivaldo (5), Luis Enrique (50), Giovanni (79)
136 7 March 1998 28 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (0–0) Anderson (69), Figo (80), Giovanni (85)
137 19 September 1998 3 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 (2–1) Raúl (7, 25) Kluivert (12), Anderson (82)
138 14 February 1999 22 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (2–0) Luis Enrique (4, 36), Rivaldo (80)
139 13 October 1999 7 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Rivaldo (28), Figo (49) Raúl (26, 86)
140 26 February 2000 26 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–0 (2–0) Roberto Carlos (5), Anelka (19), Morientes (52)
141 21 October 2000 6 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–0 (1–0) Luis Enrique (26), Simão (79)
142 3 March 2001 25 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 (2–1) Raúl (6, 36) Rivaldo (35, 69)
143 4 November 2001 11 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (1–0) Morientes (23), Figo (89)
144 16 March 2002 30 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (0–1) Xavi (58) Zidane (38)
145 23 November 2002 11 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
146 19 April 2003 30 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–1) Ronaldo (15) Luis Enrique (31)
147 6 December 2003 15 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (0–1) Kluivert (82) Roberto Carlos (36), Ronaldo (72)
148 25 April 2004 34 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–2 (0–0) Solari (53) Kluivert (57), Xavi (86)
149 20 November 2004 12 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (2–0) Eto'o (29), Van Bronckhorst (44), Ronaldinho (p. 77)
150 10 April 2005 31 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–2 (3–1) Zidane (7), Ronaldo (20), Raúl (45+2), Owen (65) Eto'o (29), Ronaldinho (73)
151 19 November 2005 12 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–3 (0–1) Eto'o (14), Ronaldinho (59, 77)
152 1 April 2006 31 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (1–1) Ronaldinho (p. 22) Ronaldo (37)
153 22 October 2006 7 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (1–0) Raúl (3), Van Nistelrooy (51)
154 10 March 2007 26 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–3 (2–2) Messi (11, 28, 90+1) Van Nistelrooy (5, p. 13), Ramos (73)
155 23 December 2007 17 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–1 (0–1) Baptista (36)
156 7 May 2008 36 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–1 (2–0) Raúl (13), Robben (21), Higuaín (63), Van Nistelrooy (p. 78) Henry (87)
157 13 December 2008 15 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–0 (0–0) Eto'o (83), Messi (90)
158 2 May 2009 34 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–6 (1–3) Higuaín (14), Ramos (56) Henry (18, 58), Puyol (20), Messi (36, 75), Piqué (83)
159 29 November 2009 12 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (0–0) Ibrahimović (56)
160 10 April 2010 31 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–2 (0–1) Messi (33), Pedro (56)
161 29 November 2010 13 Barcelona Real Madrid 5–0 (2–0) Xavi (10), Pedro (18), Villa (55, 58), Jeffrén (90+1)
162 16 April 2011 32 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (0–0) C. Ronaldo (p. 82) Messi (p. 53)
163 10 December 2011 16 Real Madrid Barcelona 1–3 (1–1) Benzema (1) Sánchez (30), Xavi (53), Fàbregas (66)
164 21 April 2012 35 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (0–1) Sánchez (71) Khedira (17), C. Ronaldo (73)
165 7 October 2012 7 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Messi (31, 61) C. Ronaldo (23, 66)
166 2 March 2013 26 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (1–1) Benzema (6), Ramos (82) Messi (18)
167 26 October 2013 10 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–0) Neymar (19), Sánchez (78) Jesé (90+1)
168 23 March 2014 29 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–4 (2–2) Benzema (20, 24), C. Ronaldo (p. 55) Iniesta (7), Messi (42, p. 65, p. 84)
169 25 October 2014 9 Real Madrid Barcelona 3–1 (1–1) C. Ronaldo (p. 35), Pepe (50), Benzema (61) Neymar (4)
170 22 March 2015 28 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Mathieu (19), L. Suárez (56) C. Ronaldo (31)
171 21 November 2015 12 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–4 (0–2) L. Suárez (11, 74), Neymar (39), Iniesta (53)
172 2 April 2016 31 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (0–0) Piqué (56) Benzema (62), C. Ronaldo (85)
173 3 December 2016 14 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (0–0) L. Suárez (53) Ramos (90)
174 23 April 2017 33 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–3 (1–1) Casemiro (28), Rodríguez (85) Messi (33, 90+2), Rakitić (73)
175 23 December 2017 17 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–3 (0–0) L. Suárez (54), Messi (p. 64), Al. Vidal (90+3)
176 6 May 2018 36 Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) L. Suárez (10), Messi (52) C. Ronaldo (14), Bale (72)
177 28 October 2018 10 Barcelona Real Madrid 5–1 (2–0) Coutinho (11), L. Suárez (p. 30, 75, 83), Ar. Vidal (87) Marcelo (50)
178 2 March 2019 26 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–1) Rakitić (26)
179 18 December 2019 10 Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
180 1 March 2020 26 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (0–0) Vinícius (71), Díaz (90+2)
181 24 October 2020 7 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–3 (1–1) Fati (8) Valverde (5), Ramos (p. 63), Modrić (90)
182 10 April 2021 30 Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (2–0) Benzema (13), Kroos (28) Mingueza (60)
183 24 October 2021 10 Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (0–1) Agüero (90+7) Alaba (32), Vázquez (90+4)
184 20 March 2022 28 Real Madrid Barcelona 0–4 (0–2) Aubameyang (29, 51), Araújo (38), Torres (47)
185 16 October 2022 9 Real Madrid Barcelona
186 19 March 2023 26 Barcelona Real Madrid

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Copa del Rey matchesEdit

The Copa del Rey is the oldest competition in the history of Spanish football.[6][7][8]

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1916 Semi-finals 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Alcántara (39), Martínez (85) Bernabéu
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 4–1 (2–1) Bernabéu (p. 35, 40, 60), Petit (80) Martínez (20)
1st (R) Real Madrid Barcelona 6–6 (a.e.t) Belaunde (2, ?, 87), Bernabéu (?, ?, p. 118) Alcántara (15, 30, 102), Mallorquí (67), Bau (70), Martínez (112)
2nd (R) Real Madrid Barcelona 4–2 (a.e.t) Bernabéu, Zabala, Sotero (?, 108) Martínez (11, 38)
1926 Quarter-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 1–5 (0–3) Monjardín (47) Samitier (19, 26, 43, 64), Piera (79)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (2–0) Piera (8), Samitier (18, 51)
1936 Final Real Madrid* Barcelona 2–1 (2–1) Eugenio (6), Lécue (12) Escolà (29)
1943 Semi-finals 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (2–0) Valle (33), Escolá (p. 43), Sospedra (60)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 11–1 (8–0) Pruden (6, 35, 44), Barinaga (28, 33, 41, 87), Alonso (37, 74), Curta (39), Botella (85) Martín (89)
1954 Semi-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (0–0) Mateos (86)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (2–1) César (9, 12), Biosca (87) Pérez Payá (72)
1957 Quarter-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 (2–1) Di Stéfano (p. 20, 35) Kubala (14), Basora (53)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 6–1 (2–0) Martínez (4, 48, 50, 63), Kubala (35), Villaverde (79) Olivella (o.g. 19)
1958–59 Semi-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–4 (2–0) Puskas (20), Mateos (35) Kocsis (51, 69), Luis Suárez (67, 71)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 (2–1) Luis Suárez (p. 34, 44), Villaverde (63) Gento (36)
1961–62 Quarter-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–0) Martínez (62)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 1–3 (0–0) Pereda (85) Del Sol (65), Puskas (83), Gento (90)
1967–68 Final Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–1) Zunzunegui (o.g. 6)
1969–70 Quarter-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (2–0) Grosso (5), Amancio (44)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (1–0) Rexach (45) Amancio (p. 60)
1973–74 Final Real Madrid* Barcelona 4–0 (1–0) Santillana (5), Rubiñán (46), Aguilar (50), Pirri (83)
1982–83 Final Barcelona* Real Madrid 2–1 (1–0) Víctor (32), Marcos (89) Santillana (50)
1989–90 Final Barcelona* Real Madrid 2–0 (0–0) Amor (68), Salinas (90)
1992–93 Semi-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–1) Zamorano (40) Bakero (30)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 1–2 (0–1) Laudrup (87) Míchel (p. 24), Zamorano (82)
1996–97 Round of 16 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 3–2 (1–1) Ronaldo (13), Nadal (70), Giovanni (78) Šuker (16), Hierro (67)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (0–0) Šuker (p. 80) Roberto Carlos (o.g. 69)
2010–11 Final Barcelona Real Madrid* 0–1 (a.e.t.) C. Ronaldo (103)
2011–12 Quarter-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 1–2 (1–0) C. Ronaldo (11) Puyol (49), Abidal (77)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (2–0) Pedro (43), Dani Alves (45+3) C. Ronaldo (68), Benzema (72)
2012–13 Semi-finals 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (0–0) Varane (81) Fàbregas (50)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 1–3 (0–1) Alba (89) C. Ronaldo (13, p. 57), Varane (68)
2013–14 Final Real Madrid* Barcelona 2–1 (1–0) Di María (11), Bale (85) Bartra (69)
2018–19 Semi-finals 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (0–1) Malcom (57) Vázquez (6)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 0–3 (0–0) L. Suárez (50, p. 73), Varane (o.g. 69)

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Copa de la Liga matchesEdit

The Copa de la Liga was a tournament created in 1982, but low support from the participating clubs saw it disbanded four years later.[6][9]

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1982–83 Final 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 (0–0) Del Bosque (62), Juanito (p. 68) Carrasco (53), Maradona (57)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (2–0) Maradona (p. 19), Alexanko (25) Santillana (80)
1984–85 Quarter-finals 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (2–0) Clos (40), Marcos (44) Valdano (67), Juanito (75)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (0–0) (p. 4–1) Valdano (83) Moratalla (57)
1985–86 Second round 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Clos (24), Archibald (50) Pardeza (36), Cholo (52)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 0–4 (0–2) Amarilla (2, 41), Urbano (47), Esteban (67)

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Supercopa de España matchesEdit

The Supercopa de España is a Spanish football championship contested by the winners and runners-up of La Liga and the Copa del Rey. Established in 1982, it is the Spanish equivalent of the English FA Community Shield, where the winners of the Premier League and the FA Cup compete for the trophy.[6][10]

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1988–89 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (0–0) Míchel (51), Hugo Sánchez (78)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Bakero (37, 78) Butragueño (15)
1990–91 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 0–1 (0–0) Míchel (55)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 4–1 (2–1) Butragueño (21, 44), Hugo Sánchez (56), Aragón (70) Goikoetxea (20)
1993–94 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 3–1 (1–1) Alfonso (33, 85), Zamorano (55) Stoichkov (15)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (0–1) Bakero (65) Zamorano (21)
1997–98 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–1) Nadal (11), Giovanni (p. 85) Raúl (5)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 4–1 (1–0) Raúl (42, 54), Mijatović (58), Seedorf (65) Giovanni (80)
2011–12 1st leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 (1–2) Özil (13), Alonso (54) Villa (36), Messi (45)
2nd leg Barcelona Real Madrid 3–2 (2–1) Iniesta (15), Messi (45, 88) C. Ronaldo (20), Benzema (81)
2012–13 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 3–2 (0–0) Pedro (57), Messi (p. 70), Xavi (78) C. Ronaldo (55), Di María (85)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–1 (2–1) Higuaín (11), C. Ronaldo (19) Messi (45)
2017–18 1st leg Barcelona Real Madrid 1–3 (0–0) Messi (p. 77) Piqué (o.g. 50), C. Ronaldo (80), Asensio (90)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona 2–0 (2–0) Asensio (4), Benzema (39)
2021–22 Semi-finals Barcelona Real Madrid 2–3 (a.e.t.) L. de Jong (41), Fati (83) Vinícius (25), Benzema (72), Valverde (98)

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Copa de la CoronaciónEdit

Although the Copa de la Coronación is not recognized by the current Royal Spanish Football Federation as an official tournament, it is still considered a competitive match between Barcelona and Real Madrid by statistics sources[11] and the media.[12]

Date Round Stadium Home team Away team Score Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
13 May 1902[13][14][15][16][17] Semi-finals Hipódromo Real Madrid Barcelona 1–3 Johnson (?) Steinberg (?, ?), Gamper (?)

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UEFA Champions League matchesEdit

In the European's most prestigious continental tournament, Barcelona and Real Madrid have faced each other on several occasions. The Champions League was known as the European Cup prior to 1992.

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1959–60 Semi-finals 1st leg[18] Real Madrid Barcelona 3–1 (2–1) Di Stéfano (17, 84), Puskás (28) Martínez (37)
2nd leg[19] Barcelona Real Madrid 1–3 (1–1) Kocsis (89) Puskás (25, 75), Gento (68)
1960–61 First round 1st leg[20] Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 (2–1) Mateos (3), Gento (33) Luis Suárez (27, p. 87)
2nd leg[21] Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1 (1–0) Vergés (33), Evaristo (82) Canário (87)
2001–02 Semi-finals 1st leg[22] Barcelona Real Madrid 0–2 (0–0) Zidane (55), McManaman (90+2)
2nd leg[23] Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–0) Raúl (43) Helguera (o.g. 49)
2010–11 Semi-finals 1st leg[24] Real Madrid Barcelona 0–2 (0–0) Messi (77, 87)
2nd leg[25] Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (0–0) Pedro (54) Marcelo (64)

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Friendlies and other matchesEdit

Real Madrid and Barcelona have played 34 friendly matches. Before the start of La Liga championship in 1929, the two clubs played exhibition matches and friendlies on a more frequent basis than after the national league commenced. After 1929, such games have been tributes or part of pre-season tournaments of a friendly nature.[26] The last friendly match took place on 23 July 2022.

Date Tournament Round Stadium Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
13 May 1906[27][28] Exhibition game Camp del calle Muntaner Barcelona Real Madrid 5–2 C. Wallace (?, ?), Ponz (?, ?), Forns (?) Meléndez (?), Revuelto (?)
1 November 1913 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 7–0 Carlier (5, ?, ?), Alcántara (?), P. Wallace (?, ?), Greenwell (?)
2 November 1913 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (1–0) Alcántara (40)
6 January 1914 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 (1–1) Bernabéu (?, ?) P. Wallace (?), Allack (?)
10 January 1914 Exhibition game Campo de O'Donnell Real Madrid Barcelona 0–2 Alcántara (?), Allack (?)
5 March 1916 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 (0–0) Vinyals (?, ?), Martínez (?)
7 March 1916 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
1 November 1917 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1 Vinyals (15, ?, ?) ?
4 November 1917 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 4–1 (0–1) Vinyals (?), Hormeu (?), Sagi (?), Gumbau (?) Machimbarrena (?)
17 May 1918 Exhibition game Campo de O'Donnell Real Madrid Barcelona 1–2 (1–1) Bernabéu (?) Alcántara (?), Martínez (?)
15 February 1920 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Alcántara (?), Sancho (?p.) Coma (? o.g.), Mieg (?)
18 February 1920 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 7–1 Alcántara (?, ?, ?), Vinyals (?), Sancho (?), Plaza (?), Lakatos (?) Mieg (?)
11 January 1921 Exhibition game L'Escopidora (Industria) Barcelona Real Madrid 3–0 Gràcia (?, ?), Piera (?)
15 March 1922 Exhibition game Campo de O'Donnell Real Madrid Barcelona 2–2 Monjardin (40, ?) Martinez (5), Gràcia (10)
2 February 1927 Exhibition game Les Corts Barcelona Real Madrid 0–0
19 March 1927 Exhibition game Chamartín Real Madrid Barcelona 1–5 (1–3) Quesada (12) Pedrol (14, 73), Sagi (16), Samitier (35, 58)
20 March 1927 Exhibition game Chamartín Real Madrid Barcelona 1–4 (0–1) Félix Pérez (80) Sastre (43, 75), Pedrol (50), Quesada (51 o.g.)
27 May 1928 Torneo de Campeones 1st leg Les Corts Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Ramon (6), Arocha (58) Benegas (23), Esparza (80)
3 June 1928 2nd leg Chamartín Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (1–0) Rubio (32) Arocha (87)
3 July 1932 Exhibition game Les Corts Barcelona Real Madrid 2–2 (1–1) Samitier (39, 67) Hilario (22), Olivares (54)
25 November 1934 Exhibition game Chamartín Real Madrid Barcelona 5–1 (1–0) Gurruchaga (15), Lazcano (47, 89), Regueiro (51, p. 57) Ramon (79)
15 September 1940 Exhibition game Les Corts Barcelona Real Madrid 5–4 (2–1) Va (4, 49), Vergara (9), Valle (48), Bravo (73) Barinaga (12, 78), Alday (46), Dindurra (67)
8 June 1941 Exhibition game Chamartín Real Madrid Barcelona 2–3 (2–2) Arbiza (32), Alsúa (38) Bravo (7), Raich (28), Escolà (75)
31 October 1943 Juan Mojardín Tribute Chamartín Real Madrid Barcelona 1–1 (0–1) J. Alonso (48) Betancourt (20)
26 December 1943 Antonio Franco Tribute Les Corts Barcelona Real Madrid 4–0 (3–0) Martín (13, 37, 40), Bravo (52)
23 May 1948 Torneo Históricos 1st leg Les Corts Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0 (1–0) Amorós (37)
30 May 1948 2nd leg Nuevo Chamartín Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–0) Amorós (49)
30 August 1959 Ramón de Carranza Trophy Final Ramón de Carranza Barcelona Real Madrid 3–4 (1–1) Czibor (12), Villaverde (71), Evaristo (79) Puskás (39, 78), Gento (55), Di Stéfano (58)
31 August 1968 Ramón de Carranza Trophy Semi-finals Ramón de Carranza Real Madrid Barcelona 1–2 (0–1) Gento (59) Juanito (24), Zaldúa (86)
30 May 1982 Venezuela Cup 3rd place Farid Richa Real Madrid Barcelona 1–0 (1–0) Del Bosque (10)
1 May 1991 Desafío Total Canal+ 1st leg Santiago Bernabéu Real Madrid Barcelona 3–1 (3–1) Butragueño (16), Hierro (17), Villarroya (18) Goikoetxea (38)
11 September 1991 2nd leg Camp Nou Barcelona Real Madrid 1–1 (0–0) Nadal (67) Aldana (72)
29 July 2017 International Champions Cup Hard Rock Stadium Real Madrid Barcelona 2–3 (2–2) Kovačić (14), Asensio (36) Messi (3), Rakitić (7), Piqué (50)
23 July 2022 Soccer Champions Tour Allegiant Stadium Real Madrid Barcelona 0–1 (0–1) Raphinha (27)

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Summary of all matchesEdit

Reserve teams matchesEdit

Barcelona Atlètic was founded as the Barcelona's reserve team in 1970 with the merger of Condal (Barcelona's previous reserve team) and Atlètic Catalunya. Castilla was founded as Real Madrid's reserve team in 1972, after the folding of A.D. Plus Ultra (Real Madrid's previous reserve team). Both teams would meet for the first time during the third round of the 1974–75 Copa del Generalísimo and then again during the 1982–83 Segunda División season.

The reserve teams normally meet only when both are competing in the second tier, as they are placed in different regional groups at lower levels, and they are not permitted to enter the Copa del Rey.

Season[29] Round Home team Away team Score Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1974–75 Copa del Generalísimo 3rd round
1st leg
Barcelona Atlètic Castilla CF 2–0
3rd round
2nd leg
Castilla CF Barcelona Atlètic 3–2
1982–83 Segunda División 14th Castilla Barcelona Atlètic 1–1
33rd Barcelona Atlètic Castilla 2–0
1983–84 Segunda División 9th Barcelona Atlètic Castilla 0–1
28th Castilla CF Barcelona Atlètic 3–0
1984–85 Segunda División 2nd Castilla Barcelona Atlètic 0–4
21st Barcelona Atlètic Castilla 2–1
1985–86 Segunda División 2nd Barcelona Atlètic Castilla 4–0
21st Castilla Barcelona Atlètic 1–0
1986–87 Segunda División 17th Barcelona Atlètic Castilla 1–0
34th Castilla Barcelona Atlètic 2–2
1987–88 Segunda División 6th Barcelona Atlètic Castilla 2–3
25th Castilla Barcelona Atlètic 1–2
1988–89 Segunda División 17th Castilla Barcelona Atlètic 3–2
36th Barcelona Atlètic Castilla 2–2
1989–1991 There were no matches between the teams as they each played at different divisions. For the 1989–90 season, Barcelona B was relegated to 2ªB, followed a year later by Real Madrid B for the 1990–91 season. Both teams returned to 2ª for the 1991–92 season.
1991–92 Segunda División 1st Real Madrid B Barcelona B 1–0 Esnáider (55)
20th Barcelona B Real Madrid B 3–3 Carreras (45, p. 58), Óscar (47) Luengo (63), Velasco (75), Vallina (78)
1992–93 Segunda División 3rd Real Madrid B Barcelona B 2–1 Esnáider (60, 73) Christiansen (64)
22nd Barcelona B Real Madrid B 2–2 Gonzalo (24), Carreras (p. 79) Esnáider (17, p. 73)
1993–94 Segunda División 9th Real Madrid B Barcelona B 3–1 Dani (6, 39), Morales (43) Óscar (p. 79)
28th Barcelona B Real Madrid B 1–1 Bakero (46) Gerardo (84)
1994–95 Segunda División 6th Barcelona B Real Madrid B 4–1 Celades (9), Luis Cembranos (19), Jordi Cruyff (35, 57) Pedro (73)
25th Real Madrid B Barcelona B 1–2 Jaime (47) Toni Velamazán (75), Bakero (80)
1995–96 Segunda División 18th Real Madrid B Barcelona B 2–0 Morán (62), Zeferino (67)
37th Barcelona B Real Madrid B 1–3 García Pimienta (50) Gómez (2), Jaime (p. 20), Iván Pérez (61)
1996–97 Segunda División 12th Barcelona B Real Madrid B 1–2 Jon Bakero (11) Javi Guerrero (35, 53)
31st Real Madrid B Barcelona B 1–0 Irurzun (89)
1998 Segunda División B play-offs 5th Barcelona B Real Madrid B 5–0 Puyol (18), Ismael (21), Gabri (26), Rosas (42), Mateu (45)
6th Real Madrid B Barcelona B 0–2 Luis García (70), Miguel Ángel (78)
1998–2012 After the 1996–97 season, both teams were relegated to 2ªB. During the following seasons, there were no matches between them as they each played at different divisions, each having returned to 2ª at different moments in the past, but never together. Both teams met again for the first time during the 2nd round of the 2012–13 season.
2012–13 Segunda División 2nd Real Madrid Castilla Barcelona B 3–2 Juanfran (12), Cheryshev (25), Sergi Gómez (o.g. 47) Mejías (o.g. 39), Sergi Roberto (p. 70)
23rd Barcelona B RM Castilla 3–1 Araujo (65, 69), Deulofeu (p. 79) Morata (35)
2013–14 Segunda División 5th Barcelona B RM Castilla 2–0 Sandro (23), Nieto (p. 27)
26th RM Castilla Barcelona B 3–1 Burgui (37), Aguza (43), Mascarell (p. 58) Denis Suárez (35)
2014–2021 There were no matches between the teams as they each played at different divisions. For the 2014–15 season, Real Madrid B was relegated to 2ªB, followed a year later by Barcelona B for the 2015–16 season. During the following seasons, there were no matches between them as they each played at different divisions or groups. Both teams met again for the first time in the third tier under the new Spanish football league system for the 2021–22.
2021–22 Primera División RFEF 8th Real Madrid Castilla Barcelona B 0–0
27th Barcelona B RM Castilla 2–2 Matheus (69), Escobar (90+5) Latasa (24, 48)

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Copa del Rey matches between first teams and reserve teamsEdit

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1980–81 R16 1st leg Castilla Barcelona 3–5 (1–2) Ortiz (9), Paco, (51), Blanco (57) Landáburu (5), Quini (13), Zuviría (65), Migueli (69), Simonsen (85)
2nd leg Barcelona Castilla 4–1 (2–0) Quini (3, 47), Esteban (15), Landáburu (89) Paco (55)
1983–84 R16 1st leg Barcelona Atlètic Real Madrid 0–0 (0–0)
2nd leg Real Madrid Barcelona Atlètic 1–0 (1–0) Santillana (43)

Legends matchesEdit

Date Tournament Stadium Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
28 April 2017[30] Exhibition game Camille Chamoun Sports City Barça Legends Real Madrid Leyendas 3–2 Giuly (8, 62), Simão (38) Fernando Sanz (29), Javi Guerrero (80)
20 July 2021[31] Exhibition game Bloomfield Stadium Barça Legends Real Madrid Leyendas 2–3 Ronaldinho (28 p.), Jofre (59) Munitis (42), Alfonso (44), de la Red (70)

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Women's teams matchesEdit

Primera División (women)Edit

# Date R. Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1 4 October 2020 1 RM Femenino FCB Femení 0–4 (0–1) Guijarro (19), Misa (o.g. 55), Martens (66), Putellas (75)
2 31 January 2021 18 FCB Femení RM Femenino 4–1 (3–0) Putellas (14), Hermoso (23), Oshoala (37, 70) Olga (p. 81)
3 12 December 2021 13 RM Femenino FCB Femení 1–3 (0–3) Asllani (52) Martens (8, 23), Paredes (18)
4 13 March 2022 24 FCB Femení RM Femenino 5–0 (2–0) Putellas (41, 43), Guijarro (60), Peter (o.g. 65), Hermoso (82)
5 6 November 2022 8 RM Femenino FCB Femení
6 26 March 2023 23 FCB Femení RM Femenino

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Copa de la ReinaEdit

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
2021–22 Semi-finals FCB Femení RM Femenino 4–0 (1–0) Martens (19), Bonmatí (47), Caldentey (52), Oshoala (75)

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Supercopa de España FemeninaEdit

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
2021–22 Semi-finals FCB Femení RM Femenino 1–0 (0–0) Putellas (90+1)

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UEFA Women's Champions LeagueEdit

Season Round Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
2021–22 Quarter-finals 1st leg RM Femenino FCB Femení 1–3 (1–0) Olga (8) Putellas (p. 53, 90+4), Pina (81)
2nd leg FCB Femení RM Femenino 5–2 (1–1) León (8), Bonmatí (52), Pina (55), Putellas (62), Hansen (70) Olga (p. 16), Zornoza (48)

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Summary of all competitive matches (women)Edit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Not including the loss in the 1968 Copa del Generalísimo Final, which was held at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, as it was technically a neutral venue.

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