With the Women’s Football team taking the League title and Guardiola’s men winning the Spanish Cup this weekend, FC Barcelona have now won 15 titles this season across the various sections
The 15 Titles
Spanish Cup, Spanish Super Cup, European Super Cup, World Club Cup
Spanish Super Cup, Lliga Catalana
Copa Asobal, Lliga Pirineus
Copa del Rei, Spanish Cup, UEFA Futsal
Lliga, Spanish Cup, Spanish Super Cup
The football team, the women’s side and the Club’s four professional sections have once again lifted the Club into the sporting elite with 15 titles already won after Friday night’s Spanish Cup win in the Vicente Calderon and with the first ever league title for the women’s team.
There are still titles to be played for though – with four more up for grabs, which would set a new Club record if they are won.
Four titles for Guardiola’s team
Guardiola’s men finished the season with four titles to their name, starting with the Spanish Super Cup win over Real Madrid and then following that up by beating Porto in the European Super Cup. In December they won the World Club Cup for the second time and last Friday they rounded off Guardiola’s fantastic time in charge with the Spanish Cup.
Roller Hockey team just miss out on fourth title
Gaby Cairo’s first season in charge of the roller hockey team ended with three titles – the Spanish League, Cup and Super Cup, whilst they lost the final of the European League on Sunday to Liceo.
Basketball, Handball and Futsal teams fighting for league titles
The three other professional sections are all in with a chance of taking their respective leagues, with the handball team closest to the title, something they could win this Saturday evening if they beat Torrevella at the Palau Blaugrana to add to the Copa Asobal and Lliga Pirineus won earlier in the season.
Marc Carmona’s Futsal team could also round off a great season with the league title after taking the Spanish Cup and Copa del Rey, as well as their first ever UEFA Futsal title.
Barça Regal have already won the Spanish Super Cup and the Catalan League and they could make up for their defeats in the Euroleague and Spanish Cups by taking the Spanish League, where they are currently 1-1 with Valencia in the semi final of the play offs.
Historic title for Women’s team
The Club’s Women’s team, coached by Xavi Llorens, wrote a new page in FC Barcelona’s history this weekend, when they won the Spanish League for the first ever time and they have the chance to round off a fantastic season by doing the double if they can retain their Spanish Cup title.