Barça didn't win any major titles in 2014/15 / PHOTO: MIGUEL RUÍZ

Barça didn't win any major titles in 2014/15 / PHOTO: MIGUEL RUÍZ

Barça have not had as good a season as hoped, but still made into two finals and two semi-finals.

Copa Catalunya

Marc Carmona’s side started the campaign by winning the Copa Catalunya away to Marfil Santa Coloma 6-4.


In the LNFS, Barça started well but dropped some unexpected points against lesser clubs. The first half of the season came with a battle for top spot with Inter Movistar, but without Bateria in the side, Barcelona lost 4-2.

Barça managed to win back joint leadership at times but defeats to Inter and Aspil Vidal in the last two games at the Palau hit hard. In the play-offs, they beat the Navarrans in game three but despite winning game one of the semi series with ElPozo Múrcia, they lost the nest two and fell out of the tournament.

Spanish Cup

Barça went to Ciudad Real eager win a title that slipped away the season before after three consecutive wins. Ribera were defeated comfortably, as were Magna Navarra, 4-1, in the semi-final to set up a final with Jaén Paraíso Interior. Barça were runaway favourites but the Andalusians scored early and although Barça chased hard they ended up going down to a 6-4 defeat.

Copa del Rey

Barça had won all four of the previous editions of this new tournament, and marched all the way to the semi-finals, where they lost both games to Inter Movistar and missed out on the trophy for the first time.

UEFA Futsal Cup

The Elite Round was played at the Palau Blaugrana, and Barça won all three games to go into the Final Four in Lisbon, where they started by beating host club Sporting 5-3.  In the final they met familiar foes Kairat Almaty and lost a grippingly tight match 3-2, meaning they had failed to retain the title won the year before in Baku.