Puyol scored his fourth goal this season / PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

With today’s four goals against Zaragoza, Guardiola’s Barça established a new Club record. FC Barcelona have scored a total of 161 goals this season, the highest amount of goals scored by any team in the Club’s history. The team only needed 54 matches to reach this tally, with an average of 2.98 goals per match. In the 2008/09 season, the team scored 158 goals in 62 matches (2.54 goals per match) and in the 2010/11, they scored 152 goals in 62 matches (2.45 goals per match). In the 2009/10 season, Barça scored 138 goals (2.33 goals per match).

This year, Barça have scored 161 goals in 54 official matches with seven La Liga games, two Champions League games and a Cup final still to be played. Of the 161 goals, 90 were scored in the Liga, 33 in the Champions League, 23 in the Cup, 8 in the Club World Cup, 5 in the Spanish Super Cup and 2 in the European Super Cup.

Messi, 37.26% of the team’s goals

Lionel Messi has 60 goals to his name this season, which is 37.26% of FC Barcelona’s goals. 19 players, besides Messi, have scored for the first team this year.

The seasons with the most goals

Season 2011/12
161 goals in 54 matches
Manager: Guardiola

Season 2008/09
158 goals in 62 matches
Manager: Guardiola


152 gols en 62 matches
Manager: Guardiola

Season 1959/60

143 goals in 49 matches
Manager: H. Herrera

Season 1996/97
143 goals in 60 matches
Manager: Bobby Robson

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