1. Malaga CF - 91 points 2. FC Barcelona – 91 points 3. Vila-real CF - 115 points 4. Real Sociedad – 119 points 5. Athletic Bilbao - 126 points 6. Real Madrid CF – 128 points 7. Levante UD – 135 points 8. Racing Santander - 137 points 9. C. At. Osasuna - 138 points 10. R. Sporting Gijón - 142 points 11. Rayo Vallecano de Madrid – 143 points 12. RCD Mallorca - 144 points 13. C. At. Madrid - 146 points 14. Real Betis – 152 points 15. Valencia CF – 152 points 16. Getafe CF – 155 points 17. Sevilla FC - 158 points 18. RCD Espanyol – 159 points 19. Real Zaragoza – 160 points 20. Granada CF – 165 points
FC Barcelona has won the Fair Play Award for the cleanest record in the Liga BBVA. Presented by the Spanish Federation and its General Assembly on Tuesday, it is the fourth time in seven years that it has been collected by the Catalan club (2005/06, 08/09, 10/11, 11/12). As manager, Pep Guardiola has only missed out on leading his team to the accolade once. This year, however, the trophy was shared with Malaga, who also finished on 91 points.
Two years running
Barça is now the club that has won the title the most times. This season, they topped the table for most of the season, eventually ending on the same total of 91 penalty points as Malaga.
Team, club and fans set example
The RFEF scoring system evaluates not just the team but also its club and fans. Players accumulate penalty points for getting a yellow card (1 point), two yellows in one game (2 points) or a direct red (3 points). The Competition Committee can also penalise directors whenever it sees fit, and fans are also analysed on their behaviour both home and away. So, FC Barcelona has been a wonderful all-round example of Fair Play this season.