To find the first official Barça goal, we have to go way back to April 5, 1909. In the semifinals of the Spanish championship played in Madrid, Barça lost 3-2 but Romà Forns opened Barça's account. Just over 111 years later, Ansu Fati will enter the history books as the scorer of the 9,000th.
Leo Messi, scorer of 7% of all Barça's goals
The 630 goals that the Argentine has scored as a culé represents 7% of all of the goals in Barça's entire history. That's despite having only played in 15 years of the club's 121-year history. He is followed by César with 232 and Kubala and Luis Suárez with 194 each.
Barça's highest scoring season was 2011/12 with a total of 190 goals, while the calendar year with the most goals came in 2015 (180 goals).
Goals, broken down
Of these 9,000 goals, most have come in the league (6,167), followed by the Copa del Rey (1,474) and the Champions League (543). There have also been 178 in the European Cup Winners' Cup, 149 in the UEFA Cup, 141 in the Fairs Cup, 87 in the European Cup, 75 in the Spanish Super Cup, 39 in the League Cup, 39 in the Pyrenees Cup, 27 in the Mediterranean League, 23 in the Club World Cup, 17 in the European Super Cup, 16 in the Spanish Cup, 12 in the Latin Cup, 5 in the Eva Duarte Cup, 1 in the Intercontinental Cup and 7 in other matches. These figures do not include goals scored in Catalan competitions.