The futsal league title rounded off the finest season ever in the history of Barça’s professional teams. The club also won women’s football’s Copa de la Reina and the youth football team won the treble.
Never in almost 112 years of history has FC Barcelona won as many trophies as it did in 2010/11.
The achievement was completed on Sunday when Barça Alusport won the Spanish league, the sixteenth
professional title of the year. In an amazing campaign, the futsal team has won the Spanish league
and cup double, as well as the Catalan league.
Of all the cups brought home in 10/11, none was noted around the world
more than the football Champions League won at Wembley against Manchester United (3-1). Nobody
could argue that it wasn’t thoroughly deserved, and the same players also won the Spanish
League and Supercup this season.
Joy at the Palau
Like Barça Alusport, Regal Barça also had a wonderful season with four titles, including all
three ACB basketball competitions (League, Cup and Supercup) and the Catalan league. Barça Borges
also contributed by becoming handball champions of Spain and Europe, and also winning the Pyrenees
The roller hockey team, who have won more titles than any other of Barça’s many
sections, also contributed with the Copa del Rey and the Continental Cup.
Women and youth too
In addition to the 16 professional titles won by Barça, we can also mention the
women’s and youth football teams. The ladies coached by Xavi Llorenç won the Copa de la Reina
for the first time in seventeen years, while the youngsters coached by Òscar Garcia won the League,
Champions Cup and Copa del Rey.