2010/11 season: Did you know…
Of the 62 matches FC Barcelona played this season, they won 45, totalling 73%. Here are some other stats from the 2010/11 season.
► By competitions, it was the league that brought the most victories (79%), while the
Champions League was not far behind (69%). The Copa del Rey (56%) and Spanish Supercup (50%)
complete the list.
► In total, these 62 games have involved 45 wins (79%), 11 draws (18%) and just 6
► Barça have scored 152 goals this season (95 in the League, 30 in the Champions
League, 22 in the Cup and 5 in the Spanish Supercup) and only conceded 39 (21 in the League, in the
Champions League, 8 22 in the Cup and 1 in the Spanish Supercup). FCB scored an average of 2,45
goals a game.
► The goals were well shared by competitions. In the league they scored an average 2.5
goals a game, in the Champions League they got 2.3, in the Cup 2.4 and in the Spanish Supercup 2.5.
► Josep Guardiola used a total of 32 players including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who got the
first goal of the season, to Marc Bartra, who got the last. In the league he used 28 different
players, in the Champions League 26 and in the Cup 25.
► Of the 32 players used (21 from the first team, plus Ibrahimovic, and 10 from Barça
B), 21 were products of the club’s own youth system.
► The player who appeared the most was full back Dani Alves with 4,652 minutes, just 11
more than Leo Messi, with 4,641 (does not include the two Spanish Supercup games).
► By competitions, Alves played most in the League (3,033 minutes), Sergio Busquets in
the Champions League (1,129 minutes) and Pinto in the Cup (864), followed by outfield players
Mascherano (663) and Adriano (659).
► The top goalscorer this term was Leo Messi, with 53 goals (31 in the League, 12 in
the Champions League, 7 in the Cup and 3 in the Spanish Supercup).
► Only three players were sent off all season: Villa at San Mamés (League), Piqué at
Getafe (League) and Pinto at the Bernabéu (Champions League).