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Leo Messi, unique legend

Leo Messi won his fifth FIFA Balon d'Or which confirms his status as the best player in the world. The Argentinian star collects the prize for the fifth time and is the only player to have done so with wins in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2015.

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Goal fest at the Camp Nou ensures place in the final

Barça played the first leg of the Copa del Rey with a difficult game against Valencia. However, the Catalans were able to secure a stunning 7-0 victory which guaranteed a place in the final of the cup competition and allowed them to go on to beat Sevilla 2-0 at the Calderón in extra time.

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A penalty to remember

Messi won a penalty against Celta at the Camp Nou, placed the ball on the spot and instead of shooting laid it off to the onrushing Suárez who hammered home. This unusual penalty will go down in history books and draws comparisons to the Johan Cruyff and Jesper Olsen effort in 1982 when they played for Ajax.

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Miniestadi sees record attendance

Barça v Paris Saint-Germain (0-0), in the Women's Champions League was the fixture in which the Miniestadi surpassed its previous record crowd in a women's football game at the Miniestadi. Xavi Llorens' players had 8.369 fans willing them on and this was more than double the previous attendance record of 4,106 supporters.

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'Thank you Johan’ mosaic

All the FC Barcelona family wanted to remember Johan Cruyff in the clásico played at the Camp Nou last season. With more than 90,000 supporters helping create a stunning mosaic in memory of the Dutch legend which said 'Thank you Johan'.

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Biggest win

Barça faced Deportivo in a crucial away game following a poor run of results. Suárez burst into life and put on quite a show with four goals and three assists. Further goals from Rakitic, Messi, Bartra and Neymar Jr allowed the blaugranas to end their negative results and secure their biggest win of the season.

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OK League champions

Barça Lassa hockey team became champions of the OK League three games before the end of the season having not lost a game since the sixth fixture of the campaign. The final statistics read: 25 victories, three draws and two defeats. The league win wasn't the only piece of silverware they won as they also claimed the Continental Cup, the Spanish Supercup and the Copa del Rey.

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Barça win La Liga

Barça faced a crucial game at the Nuevo Los Carmenses stadium in order to win the League. A hat-trick from the top scorer Luis Suárez gave Luis Enrique's side their 24th domestic title in the Club's history. This title confirmed Barça's dominance over the modern era.

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Handball team keep making history

Barça Lassa handball team became champions of the 2015/16 Bauhaus Asobal League for the sixth time in a row. Xavi Pascual's team won the 23rd league in their history and it maintains the Catalans position as the team who has won the most league titles.

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Copa del Rey kings

The 2-0 victory at Vicente Calderón against Sevilla in extra time gave Barça their 28th Copa del Rey win and their seventh league and cup double in the blaugranas' history. The win also extended FC Barcelona's excellent record with their second cup win in succession and their sixth win from the last eight league campaigns.

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Good start to the campaign

Barça faced Sevilla again, who were coached by Jorge Sampaoli, in the Spanish Supercup. The final concluded with a 5-0 victory and it gave the Catalans their first title of the season and Luis Enrique's eigth as Barça manager.

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Olympic Gold at the Camp Nou

Rafinha and Neymar missed the first fixtures of the season as they were otherwise engagred with the Olympic Games in Rio. In the first game of September, the two returned to club duty and received a standing ovation from the fans following their gold medal.

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The Empire State is blaugrana

The emblematic New York landmark was lit up in the club colours on the 7 of September to celebrate the opening of the FC Barcelona office in New York. The Empire State in blaugrana colours represented a welcome to the US city.

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Suárez receives Ballon d'Or

FC Barcelona's Uruguayan striker received the 2015/16 Golden Boot which confirmed his status as the top scorer following his incredible return of 40 goals in the Liga. His goals helped the blaugranas win their 24th La Liga title and helped Luis Suárez to win his second Balon d'Or.

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Xavi Pascual returns to the Palau

Xavi Pascual, who was FC Barcelona Lassa basketball coach from 2008 to 2016, returned to the Palau as Panathinaikos coach. The Catalan coach won mutliple titles with the Club including four ACB league titles and one Euroleague.

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The clásico between Barça and Real Madrid allowed the two teams to hold a minutes silence in memory of the victims from the tragic air crash in Colombia. The Brazilian team Chapecoense were on board the flight and Barça and Madrid's players had a photograph taken with a #FuerzaChapecoense banner in their memory. 

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