Barça Women's season in stats

Barça Women's season in stats

45 wins in 47 matches, 221 goals for and only 23 against, some of the outstanding figures from the season for the women's team

The FC Barcelona Women's have ended the season with a domestic treble of the Spanish Super Cup, the league and the Copa de la Reina, something that has only ever occurred twice in the team's history. Once again, Jonatan Giráldez's team have made history and we take a look at the facts and figures from another record breaking campaign.



This season Barça Women have played the maximum number of matches possible: 30 in the league, 11 in the Champions League, four in the Copa de la Reina and two in the Spanish Super Cup. .


In those 47 matches, Barça have managed no less than 45 victories, losing just two matches, the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Wolfsburg and the final against Lyon. 


The offensive talent of this Barça side is without question and that is reflected in the total of 221 goals scored in all competitions: 156 in the league, 16 in the Copa de la Reina, 38 in the Champions League and eight in the Spanish Super Cup, in total an average of 4.7 goals per game. 


Top scorer over the season in the squad was Alexia Putellas with 34 goals, followed by Jenni Hermoso on 23. Heading the ranking for assists were Alexia, Martens and Hansen all on 18. 


The defence has also been a vital component of Barça's success, conceding just 23 goals over the campaign. In total Jonatan Giráldez's team kept 26 clean sheets. . 


The total number of players used by Barça Women over the season was 30. Aside from the first team squad, Ona Baradad, María Pérez, María Molina, Martina Fernández, Julia Bartel, Esther Laborde and Ornella Vignola from Barça B also made appearances for the team. 

In the 47 games the player who appeared most was Marta Torrejón (3,607 minutes, 45 matches), followed by Alexia (3,119 minuts, 42 matches) and Patri (2,847 minutes, 38 games). 

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