Camp Nou

Barça finished the year with an unbelievable home record. For the first time in history they haven’t conceded a single goal in the first nine League games. Barça’s numbers are the best in the 2011/12 League Championship, on their own pitch: 8 wins and 1 draw with 39 goals scored and none against.

As far as goals scored are concerned, Barça have averaged 4.3 goals per game. And, apart from the goalless draw against Sevilla, the team have won every game at the Camp Nou by at least 3-0 (5-0 Villarreal, 8-0 Osasuna, 5-0 Athletico Madrid, 3-0 Racing Santander, 5-0 Mallorca, 4-0 Zaragoza, 4-0 Rayo Vallecano, and 5-0 Levante).

12 of 14 matches without conceding

In addition, in 12 of the 14 official matches played at the Camp Nou, Barça have kept a clean sheet. Real Madrid scored 2 goals in the Spanish Super Cup, but the title stayed in Barcelona (3-2). The other team that managed to score at the Camp Nou was AC Milan (2-2). That was on September 13th. The other two rivals in the Champions League, Viktoria Plzen (2-0) and BATE Borissov (4-0), left empty handed.

The last home game of the year, for the European and World Champions, showed how good they are at the Camp Nou. They thrashed Hospitalet 9-0 in the last 32 of the Spanish Cup, the biggest win of the Guardiola era.