Javi Rodríguez, aixecant el títol a Lleida / FOTO: ÀLEX CAPARRÓS-FCB

The Club won its 34th European Champions trophy this Sunday at the Barris Nord in Lleida this Sunday, when Barcelona Alusport beat Dynamo Moscow to take the first European crown for the futsal section in the Club’s history.

Marc Carmona’s men achieved a historic win that ensured the Club continued its amazing 17 year run with at least one of the professional teams winning at a European Champions League.

First Futsal trophy

The 34 titles won by the five professional sections include the four Champions League won by the football team – Wembley, Paris, Rome and Wembley again- and the two won by the basketball section – the most recent in Paris in the 2009/10 season.

The handball section has won 8 Champions League titles, whilst the 19 won by the roller hockey team have dominated the continent with 19 titles Today’s first win by the futsal team means the Club can claim 34 Champions League titles in total.

17 years and 22 titles

Since the 1994/1995 season, the Club have won at least one Champions League title per year, taking 22 titles in all: three at football, two at basketball, seven at handball, nine at roller hockey and now one more at futsal.

The professional teams have actually won an international trophy every year since 1988/89 when the football team won the Cup Winners Cup. Over those 24 seasons, the Club have claimed a total of 59 international titles.

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