FC Barcelona wins 800th all-time in La Liga at Camp Nou
Since the stadium opened in 1957, It took the team just 1,057 games to reach the monumental milestone
FC Barcelona’s 3-0 triumph over Sevilla was no typical Wednesday night at Camp Nou. Putting aside the fact that league games are rarely held midweek, this victory was the team’s 800th all-time at Camp Nou in La Liga.
Here’s a closer look Barça’s home numbers in La Liga play since Camp Nou opened its doors in 1957:
As everyone knows, there are plenty of other competitions that Barça have played in on their home field. Here are the number of games Barça have played at Camp Nou in each of them:
Active competitions are in bold.
Copa del Rey
European Cup/UEFA Champions League*
UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
UEFA Cup/Europa League*
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Spanish Super Cup
Copa de La Liga
UEFA Super Cup
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Trophy Play-Off**
* FC Barcelona have appeared in both the European Cup and the UEFA Champions League, as it has been known since 1992. Barça also appeared in the UEFA Cup, but have not taken part since it was renamed the Europa League for the 2009/10 season.
** The Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Trophy Play-Off was held just once, to decide which club would permanently own the hardware for the soon-to-be-abolished tournament. Barça, the inaugural champions faced Leeds, the reigning champions, on 22 September 1971. Barça won, 2–1, and became the eternal owners of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Trophy.
Here are Barça’s all-time numbers at Camp Nou across all competitions:
How did it all begin? Barça’s first official victory at Camp Nou came in a 6–1 league win over Jaén on 6 October 1957.