FC Barcelona

Location of Barcelona F.C.

A markerAvda. Arístides Maillol s/n 08028 Barcelona, Spain -
Carrer d'Arístides Maillol, 08028 Barcelona, Spanyolország
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Location of the Stadium (Nou Camp) of Barcelona F.C.

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Official Name: FC Barcelona

President: Sandro Rosell

Secretary: Antoni Freixa i Martín

Coach: Josep Guardiola

Address: Avda. Arístides Maillol s/n 08028 Barcelona, Spain

Telephone:(+34) 93 496 36 00

Fax: (+34) 934 112219

Uniform: scarlet/blue

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European Champions Clubs' Cup winner: 1992

UEFA Champions League winner: 2006, 2009

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner: 1979, 1982, 1989, 1997

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup winner: 1958, 1960, 1966

UEFA Super Cup winner: 1992, 1997, 2009

FIFA Club World Cup winner: 2009

Spanish League Championship winner: 1929, 1945, 1948, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1959, 1960, 1974, 1985, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010

Spanish Cup winner: 1910, 1912, 1913, 1920, 1922, 1925, 1926, 1928, 1942, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1959, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1988, 1990, 1997, 1998, 2009

Spanish League Cup winner: 1983, 1986

Spanish Super Cup winner: 1983, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010

Catalan Cup winner: 1991, 1993, 2000, 2004, 2005

Catalan League Championships winner: 1902, 1905, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1913, 1916, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1935, 1936, 1938 

Copa Latina winner: 1949, 1952

1899: October 22: Swiss businessman, Hans Gamper, places ad in local sports magazine calling for players, November 29: First Club meeting, Foundation of Foot-Ball Club Barcelona, First Coach: Gualteri Wild (from England)

1900: Home ground: Hotel Casanovas

1901: New home ground: la carretera d'Horta

1902: Catalan League Championships winner

1905: New home ground: el carrer Muntaner, Catalan Championships winner

1908: First president: Hans Gamper (founder) 

1909: March 14: New home ground: carrer Indústria (first ground owned by club, capacity: 6000), Catalan Championships winner

1910: Spanish Championship inner, Catalan Championships winner

1911: Catalan Championships winner

1912: Spanish Championship winner

1913: Catalan Championships winner

1916: Catalan Championships winner

1917: New manager: John Barrow, First full time manager: Jack Greenwell

1919: Catalan Championships winner

1921: Catalan Championships winner

1920: Spanish Championship winner, Catalan Championships winner, May 20: New home ground: Les Corts

1924: New manager: Jesza Poszony, New manager: Conyers Kirby, Catalan Championships winner

1922: Spanish Championship winner, Catalan Championships winner 

1925: Spanish Championship winner, Catalan Championships winner, June 14: during Primo de Rivera's dictatorship, government closes Les Corts for 3 months, government forces Hans Gamper to give up presidency of club 

1926: New manager: Richard Kohn, Spanish Championship winner, Catalan Championships winner

1927: New manager: Romà Forns, Catalan Championships winner

1928: Spanish Championship winner, Catalan Championships winner

1929: New manager: Jim Bellamy, Spanish League winner

1930: July 30: founder Hans Gamper dies (suicide), Catalan Championships winner

1931: New manager: Jack Greenwell

1931: Catalan Championships winner

1932: Catalan Championships winner

1933: New manager: Richard Kohn

1934: New manager: Franz Platko

1935: Catalan Championships winner

1935: New manager: Patrick O'Connell

1936: Catalan League Championships winner 

1938: March 16: fascists drop bomb on club's social club causing serious damage, Catalan League Championships winner 

1940: New president: Enric Piñeyro, marquès de la Mesa de Asta, New name: Club de Fútbol Barcelona (from original Futbol Club Barcelona), New coat of arms: four red bars of Catalan flag reduced to two, New manager: Josep Planas

1941: New manager: Ramón Guzmán

1942: New manager: Juan Josá Nogués, Spanish Cup winner

1943: President Piñeyro resigns 

1944: New manager: Josep Samitier

1944: New manager: Josep Samitier

1945: Spanish League winner

1947: New manager: Enrique Fernández Viola

1948: Spanish League winner 

1949: New coat of arms: two red bars increased to four (resembling Catalan flag, also this was original), Spanish League winner, Copa Latina winner

1950: New manager: Ferdinando Daucik

1951: Spanish Cup winner 

1952: Copa Latina winner, Spanish Cup winner, Spanish League winner

1953: New president: Francesc Miró-Sans, Spanish Cup winner, Spanish League winner 

1954: New manager: Sandro Puppo

1955: New Manager: Franz Platko

1956: New manager: Domingo Balmanya

1957: Spanish Cup winner, September 24: New stadium: CampNou

1958: New manager: Helenio Herrera, Fairs Cup winner

1959: Spanish Cup winner, Spanish League winner

1960: New manager: Ljubiša Broćić, Fairs Cup winner, Spanish League winner

1961: New manager: Enrique Orizaola, New manager: Luis Miró, New manager: Ladislao Kubala, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup finalist

1963: New manager: José Gonzalvo, New manager: César Rodrígues Álvarez, Spanish Cup winner

1964: New manager: Vicente Sasot

1965: New manager: Roque Olsen

1966: Fairs Cup winner 

1967: New manager: Salvador Artigas

1968: Spanish Cup winner

1969: New manager: Josep Seguer, New manager: Vic Buckingham

1971: New manager: Rinus Michels, Spanish Cup winner

1973: New name: Futbol Club Barcelona

1974: Spanish League winner

1975: New manager: Hennes Weisweiler

1976: New manager: Laureano Ruiz, New manager: Rinus Michels

1978: Josep Lluís Núñez elected president of club, New manager: Lucien Muller, Spanish Cup winner

1979: New manager: Joaquim Rifé, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner

1980: New manager: Helenio Herrera, New manager: Ladislao Kubala, New manager: Helenio Herrera

1981: New manager: Udo Lattek, Spanish Cup winner

1982: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner, Camp Nou expanded for World Cup, Miniestadi built

1983: New manager: José Luis Romero, New manager: César Luis Menotti, Spanish League Cup winner

1984: New Manager: Terry Venables, Spanish Super Cup winner

1985: Spanish League winner 

1986: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup finalist, Spanish League Cup winner

1987: New manager: Luis Aragonés

1988: New manager: Johan Cruyff, Spanish Cup winner

1989: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner 

1990: Spanish Cup winner 

1991: February: New manager: Carles Rexach, New manager: Johan Cruyff, Spanish League winner, Catalan Cup winner

1992: European Champions Clubs' Cup winner, UEFA Super Cup winner, Spanish Super Cup winner, Spanish League winner

1993: Spanish Super Cup winner, Spanish League winner, Catalan Cup winner

1994: European Champions Clubs' Cup finalist, Spanish League winner

1995: Spanish Super Cup winner 

1996: New manager: Bobby Robson

1997: New manager: Louis van Gaal, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner, Spanish Cup winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

1998: UEFA Super Cup winner, Spanish Cup winner, Spanish League winner

1999: Spanish League winner 

2000: New President: Joan Gaspart (replacing Núñez who resigned), New manager: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer, Catalan Cup winner

2001: New manager: Carles Rexach

2002: New manager: Louis van Gaal

2003: February: President Joan Gaspart resigns, June 15: New president: Joan Laporta,  New manager: Antonio De la Cruz, New manager: Radomir Antić, New manager: Frank Rijkaard

2004: Catalan Cup winner 

2005: Spanish League winner, Catalan Cup winner

2006: UEFA Champions League winner, Spanish Super Cup winner, Spanish League winner, Joan Gamper Sports Complex was opened in Sant Joan Despí

2007: Spanish Super Cup winner 

2008: New manager: Josep Guardiola

2009: FIFA Club World Cup winner, UEFA Champions League winner, UEFA Super Cup winner, Spanish Super Cup winner, Spanish Cup winner, Spanish League Championship winner

2010: Spanish Super Cup winner, Spanish League Championship winner

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Csanad 5 years ago from Budapest, Hungary Author

Yes, and Pep is still young.


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SpiffyD 5 years ago from The Caribbean

Having Pep Guardiola as the manager heralded a new era of success for Barcelona.


Aminu mohammed 5 years ago

My name is aminu i am very agog to aded my coment i am a very full barcelona suport right naw ading my comment in ghana our manger must to bu us defenders we ned some few defenders


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hellobarcelona 5 years ago from Barcelona

Great hub! I hadn't realised you could publish maps on hubpages, nice touch!

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