El Barça ha guanyat tres dels quatre títols en joc / FOTO: ARXIU FCB

With Gaby Cairo’s managerial debut and the newest additions to the team, Marc Gual and Pablo Álvarez, FC Barcelona completed a spectacular season. The overall attendance at the Palau went up and the team employed a style of play that mesmerized the fans. Barça went on to win three out of four possible titles, the only trophy that slipped away was the European League - which was lost in the final seconds of the final against Coinasa Liceo.

Promising debut in the Super Cup

The season started off with a promising victory in the Spanish Super Cup played in Sant Sadurní. A Barça with very little time to prepare - seven players featured in the World Cup Final- beat Tecnol Reus Deportiu by 1 to 5, thereby sealing Barça’s first Super Cup in the history of the Club.

Hard-fought win in the Copa del Rey

The second title of the season for Cairo’s men was won in March in Vilanova i Geltrú. Noia  Freixenet took the early lead in the final but a hard-fought comeback from FC Barcelona, with three goals in five minutes, allowed FCB’s roller hockey team to claim its second straight Copa del Rey.

Only contender in the OK Liga

Barça dominated the OK Liga from start to finish. The Azulgranas mathematically claimed the title with three games left to go on in the season after beating Clafell Tot l’Any at the Palau by 7 to 4. Cairo’s men won a total of 67 points, 13 more than the runner-up, Coinasa Liceo.

European League slips away in the final minute

It was the Coinasa Liceo that stop Barça from finishing the perfect season. Two goals from Barreiros and Bargalló in the last minute of the final of the European League tipped the scales in Coinasa’s favour. Barça returned from Lodi without the title, but their head were held high.

Borregán says farewell

This was the last season for Beto Borregán. The Azulgrana captain announced that he was retiring from roller hockey after 18 years with Barça’s first team. Borregán’s title haul throughout his career features 58 trophies. The Club has retired Borregán’s number, 21, from the team.