El Clasico Statistics Information: All-time record for El Clasicos

All-time record for El Clasicos

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El Clasico Statistics Information

Statistics As of 20 December 2019*

MatchesWinsDraws
RMABAR
La Liga180727236
Copa del Rey3612168
Copa de la Liga6024
Supercopa de España14842
UEFA Champions League8323
All competitions244959653
Exhibition game3442010
All matches2789911663

Records : El Clasico Statistics Information

Biggest wins (5+ goals) : El Clasico Statistics Information

10Real Madrid 11–1 Barcelona19 June 1943Copa del Rey
6Real Madrid 8–2 Barcelona3 February 1935La Liga
5Barcelona 7–2 Real Madrid24 September 1950La Liga
Barcelona 6–1 Real Madrid19 May 1957Copa del Rey
Real Madrid 6–1 Barcelona18 September 1949La Liga
Barcelona 5–0 Real Madrid21 April 1935
Barcelona 5–0 Real Madrid25 March 1945
Real Madrid 5–0 Barcelona5 October 1953
Real Madrid 0–5 Barcelona17 February 1974
Barcelona 5–0 Real Madrid8 January 1994
Real Madrid 5–0 Barcelona7 January 1995
Barcelona 5–0 Real Madrid29 November 2010

Longest runs : El Clasico Statistics Information

Most consecutive wins : El Clasico Statistics Information

GamesClubPeriod
6Barcelona25 January 1948 – 15 January 1949
6Real Madrid30 September 1962 – 28 February 1965
5Real Madrid5 March 1933 – 3 February 1935
5Barcelona13 December 2008 – 29 November 2010

Most consecutive draws : El Clasico Statistics Information

GamesPeriod
311 September 1991 – 7 March 1992
31 May 2002 – 20 April 2003

Most consecutive matches without a draw : El Clasico Statistics Information

GamesPeriod
1825 January 1948 – 21 November 1954
1723 November 1960 – 19 March 1967
144 December 1977 – 4 June 1983
1219 May 1957 – 27 April 1960
105 March 1933 – 28 January 1940

Longest undefeated runs : El Clasico Statistics Information

GamesClubPeriod
14Real Madrid31 January 1931 – 3 February 1935
13Barcelona1 November 1917 – 3 June 1928

Longest undefeated runs in the league: El Clasico Statistics Information

GamesClubPeriod
7 (5 Wins)Real Madrid31 January 1932 – 3 February 1935
7 (5 Wins)Barcelona13 December 2008 – 10 December 2011
6 (6 Wins)Real Madrid30 September 1962 – 28 February 1965
6 (4 Wins)Barcelona11 May 1997 – 13 October 1999
6 (3 Wins)Barcelona28 November 1971 – 17 February 1974
5 (4 Wins)Barcelona30 March 1947 – 15 January 1949
5 (3 Wins)Barcelona11 May 1975 – 30 January 1977
7 (4 Wins)Barcelona3 December 2016 – ongoing

Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal: El Clasico Statistics Information

GamesClubPeriod
5Barcelona3 April 1972 – 17 February 1974
3Barcelona10 January 1914 – 7 March 1916
3Real Madrid29 June 1974 – 11 May 1975
3Barcelona29 November 2009 – 29 November 2010

Most consecutive games scoring: El Clasico Statistics Information

GamesClubPeriod
23Barcelona27 April 2011 – 13 August 2017
18Real Madrid3 May 2011 – 22 March 2015
17Barcelona27 November 1982 – 31 January 1987
14Real Madrid15 February 1959 – 21 January 1962
14Real Madrid5 December 1990 – 16 December 1993
13Real Madrid1 December 1946 – 23 November 1952
13Real Madrid22 April 1962 – 9 April 1968
12Barcelona26 March 1916 – 26 April 1926
11Barcelona11 September 1991 – 7 May 1994
10Barcelona30 January 1997 – 13 October 1999

Goalscoring: El Clasico Statistics Information

Top goalscorers: El Clasico Statistics Information

  • Players in bold are still active for Real or Barcelona.
PlayerClubLa LigaCopaSuper CupLeague CupEuropeTotal
 Lionel MessiBarcelona186226[note 1]
 Alfredo Di StéfanoReal Madrid142218
 Cristiano RonaldoReal Madrid95418
 RaúlReal Madrid113115
 CésarBarcelona12214
 Francisco GentoReal Madrid102214
 Ferenc PuskásReal Madrid92314
 SantillanaReal Madrid92112
 Luis SuárezBarcelona9211
 Hugo SánchezReal Madrid8210
 JuanitoReal Madrid8210
 Josep SamitierBarça / Real4610
 Karim BenzemaReal Madrid6129
 Estanislao BasoraBarcelona819
 Jaime LazcanoReal Madrid88
 Iván ZamoranoReal Madrid4228
Eulogio MartínezBarcelona2518
 Luis SuárezBarcelona2428
 Santiago BernabéuReal Madrid88

Consecutive goalscoring: El Clasico Statistics Information

PlayerClubConsecutive matchesTotal goals in the runStartEnd
Cristiano RonaldoReal Madrid672011–12 Copa del Rey (1st leg)2012–13 La Liga (7th round)
Iván ZamoranoReal Madrid551992–93 La Liga (20th Round)1993 Supercopa de España (2nd leg)
 Simón LecueReal Madrid451935–36 La Liga (7th Round)1939–40 La Liga (9th Round)
 RonaldinhoBarcelona452004–05 La Liga (12th Round)2005–06 La Liga (31st Round)
 GiovanniBarcelona441997 Supercopa de España (1st leg)1997–98 La Liga (28th Round)

El Clasico Statistics Information

Lionel Messi is the all-time top scorer in El Clásico history with 26 goals.

Most hat-tricks : El Clasico Statistics Information

  • Five players have been able to score more than one hat trick: Jaime Lazcano, Santiago Bernabéu, Paulino Alcántara, Lionel Messi and Ferenc Puskás have all scored two hat-tricks in El Clásico history (2).

Most assists: El Clasico Statistics Information

  • Lionel Messi has delivered the most assists in El Clásico history (14).[70]

Most appearances: El Clasico Statistics Information

  • Players in bold are still active for Real Madrid or Barcelona.[71]
AppearancesPlayerClub
43Manuel SanchísReal Madrid
42Francisco GentoReal Madrid
XaviBarcelona
41Sergio RamosReal Madrid
40Lionel MessiBarcelona
39Andrés IniestaBarcelona
37Fernando HierroReal Madrid
RaúlReal Madrid
Iker CasillasReal Madrid
36Sergio BusquetsBarcelona
35SantillanaReal Madrid

Players who played for both clubs: El Clasico Statistics Information

Javier Saviola was the most recent player to transfer between the two rivals, in 2007.

Barcelona then Madrid
  • 1902:  Alfonso Albéniz
  • 1906:  José Quirante
  • 1911:  Alfonso Albéniz
  • 1911:  Arsenio Comamala
  • 1913: Walter Rozitsky
  • 1930:  Ricardo Zamora (via Espanyol)
  • 1932:  Josep Samitier
  • 1950:  Alfonso Navarro
  • 1961:  Justo Tejada
  • 1962: Evaristo
  • 1965:  Fernand Goyvaerts
  • 1988:  Bernd Schuster
  • 1990:  Luis Milla
  • 1992:  Nando
  • 1994:  Michael Laudrup
  • 1995:  Miquel Soler (via Sevilla)
  • 2000:  Luís Figo
  • 2000:  Albert Celades (via Celta Vigo)
  • 2002:  Ronaldo (via Inter Milan)
  • 2007:  Javier Saviola

Madrid then Barcelona: El Clasico Statistics Information

  • 1905:  Luciano Lizarraga
  • 1939:  Hilario (via Valencia)
  • 1961:  Jesús María Pereda (via Real Valladolid, then Sevilla)
  • 1965:  Lucien Muller
  • 1980:  Lorenzo Amador (via Hércules)
  • 1994:  Gheorghe Hagi (via Brescia)
  • 1994:  Julen Lopetegui (via Logroñés)
  • 1995:  Robert Prosinečki (via Real Oviedo)
  • 1996:  Luis Enrique
  • 1999:  Dani García (via Mallorca)
  • 2000:  Alfonso Pérez (via Real Betis)
  • 2004:  Samuel Eto’o (via Mallorca)
From Barcelona to Madrid16
From Barcelona to another club before Madrid4
Total20
From Madrid to Barcelona3
From Madrid to another club before Barcelona9
Total12
Total Switches32

Honours : El Clasico Statistics Information

The rivalry reflected in El Clásico matches comes about as Real Madrid and Barcelona are the most successful football clubs in Spain. As seen below, Barcelona leads Real Madrid 95–92 in terms of official overall trophies.[72] While the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup is recognised as the predecessor to the UEFA Cup, it was not organised by UEFA. Consequently, UEFA does not consider clubs’ records in the Fairs Cup to be part of their European record.[73] However, FIFA does view the competition as a major honour.[74]

Real MadridCompetitionBarcelona
Domestic
33La Liga26
19Copa del Rey30
10Supercopa de España13
1Copa Eva Duarte (defunct)3
1Copa de la Liga (defunct)2
64Aggregate74
European and Worldwide
13UEFA Champions League5
UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (defunct)4
2UEFA Europa League
4UEFA Super Cup5
2Latin Cup (defunct)2
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (defunct)3
3Intercontinental Cup (defunct)
4FIFA Club World Cup3
28Aggregate22
92Total Aggregate95

Note: FIFA recognized the winner of the Intercontinental Cup as a World Champion.

Note: The Inter-Cities Fairs Cup is not recognized in the UEFA records and statistics, but FIFA does view the competition as a major honour.

Spanish League matches: El Clasico Statistics Information

Barcelona and Real Madrid have faced each other in every La Liga season since its inception in 1929, as inaugural members and two of the only three teams (the other being Athletic Bilbao) to have never been relegated from the Primera División.

#DateR.Home teamAway teamScore (T/H)Goals (Home)Goals (Away)
117 February 19292BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (0–1)Parera (70)Morera (10, 55)
29 May 192911Real MadridBarcelona0–2 (0–0)Sastre (83,95)
326 January 19309BarcelonaReal Madrid1–4 (0–3)Bestit (63)Rubio (10, 37), F. López (17), Lazcano (71)
430 March 193018Real MadridBarcelona5–1 (3–0)Rubio (5, 23), Lazcano (42, 68, 72)Goiburu (84)
51 February 19319Real MadridBarcelona0–0 (0–0)
65 April 193118BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (2–1)Ramón (12, 35, 73)Eugenio (38)
731 January 19329Real MadridBarcelona2–0 (2–0)Olivares (26, 40)
83 April 193218BarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Samitier (20), Arocha (p. 87)Lazcano (43), Regueiro (70)
91 January 19336BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (0–0)Arocha (68)Regueiro (p. 78)
105 March 193315Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (1–0)Samitier (35, 68)Goiburu (89)
1126 November 19334BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (0–2)Morera (46)Olivares (9), Regueiro (26)
1228 January 193413Real MadridBarcelona4–0 (3–0)Valle (7), Samitier (20), Regueiro (30), Eugenio (50)
133 February 193510Real MadridBarcelona2–8 (1–6)Lazcano (15), Sañudo (21)Escolà (17,23,26,29), Guzmán (68,70,85,89,90)
1421 April 193521BarcelonaReal Madrid5–0 (1–0)Ventolrà (43, 62, 68, 82), Escolà (48)
1522 December 19357BarcelonaReal Madrid0–3 (0–2)Regueiro (21), Diz (40), Lecue (47)
1622 March 193618Real MadridBarcelona3–0 (2–0)Lecue (10, 47), Emilin (43)
1728 January 19409Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (1–1)Alonso (1), Lecue (75)Pascual (3)
1814 April 194020BarcelonaReal Madrid0–0 (0–0)
191 December 194010BarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (0–0)Sospedra (49, 69), Valle Mas (53)
2023 February 194121Real MadridBarcelona1–2 (0–0)Barinaga (49)Bravo (60), Martín (63)
2119 October 19414Real MadridBarcelona4–3 (2–1)Arbiza (17, 70), Benito (o.g. 35), Belmar (55)Calvet (25), Raich (p. 60), Gracia (87)
2225 January 194217BarcelonaReal Madrid0–2 (0–0)Alday (63, 78)
2327 September 19421Real MadridBarcelona3–0 (1–0)Arbiza (7, 89), Alsúa (52)
2410 January 194314BarcelonaReal Madrid5–5 (4–2)[3]Martín (25, 40), Escolà (31), Valle Mas (32, 62)Alonso (10), Alday (27, 51), Botella (74), Mardones II (87)
252 January 194413Real MadridBarcelona0–1 (0–0)Valle Mas (50)
269 April 194426BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (1–0)Escolà (13)Alsúa (62), Rosalénch (o.g. 71)
2712 November 19448Real MadridBarcelona1–0 (1–0)Moleiro (21)
2825 March 194521BarcelonaReal Madrid5–0 (1–0)César (41, 46), Bravo (52), Escolà (77), Gonzalvo III (86)
2925 November 19459Real MadridBarcelona3–2 (1–0)Barinaga (23), Pruden (63), Belmar (67)Martín (51), Gonzalvo III (85)
303 March 194622BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (1–0)César (17)
311 December 194611Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (1–1)Corona (p. 4), Molowny (79)Seguer (23)
3230 March 194724BarcelonaReal Madrid3–2 (2–0)Bravo (18), Navarro (39, 49)Arsuaga (48, 60)
3312 October 19474Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (0–1)Barinaga (65)Clemente (o.g. 31)
3425 January 194817BarcelonaReal Madrid4–2 (3–0)Seguer (2), Basora (28, 58), César (43)Gallardo (68), Rafa Yunta (76)
3519 September 19482Real MadridBarcelona1–2 (0–1)Barinaga (60)Florencio (41), Basora (48)
369 January 194915BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (1–1)César (28, 61), Basora (56)Pahiño (9)
3718 September 19493Real MadridBarcelona6–1 (3–0)Olmedo (2), Cabrera (4), Daniel Flores from NM (40, 68), Macala (62, 69)Gonzalvo II (85)
3815 January 195016BarcelonaReal Madrid2–3 (1–0)Basora (41), César (53)Pahiño (58), Rafael Verdú (66), Cabrera (73)
3924 September 19503BarcelonaReal Madrid7–2 (3–1)Nicolau (9, 56), César (14), Aurelio (39, 88), Gonzalvo III (62), Basora (82)Molowny (15), García González (66)
4014 January 195118Real MadridBarcelona4–1 (4–1)Narro (8, 17, 29), Pahiño (13)Canal (31)
4111 November 195110Real MadridBarcelona5–1 (3–1)Molowny (3), Cabrera (32), Pahiño (35, 87), Roque Olsen (57)Basora (44)
422 March 195225BarcelonaReal Madrid4–2 (2–2)Vila Soler (13), César (36, 56, 74)Roque Olsen (33), Arsuaga (39)
4323 November 195211Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (0–0)Arsuaga (76, 80)Manchón (67)
445 April 195326BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (1–0)Moreno (15)
4525 October 19537Real MadridBarcelona5–0 (4–0)di Stéfano (10, 85), Roque Olsen (34, 35), Molowny (39)
4621 February 195422BarcelonaReal Madrid5–1 (1–1)Tejada (14, 86), César (50), Moreno (74), Manchón (89)di Stéfano (6)
4721 November 195411Real MadridBarcelona3–0 (1–0)di Stéfano (p. 44), Héctor Rial (66), Joseito (67)
486 March 195526BarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Basora (31), Dagoberto Moll (70)Gento (19, 64)
4913 November 195510Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (1–0)Héctor Rial (35), Marquitos (89)Areta (77)
5018 March 195625BarcelonaReal Madrid2–0 (2–0)Villaverde (18, 29)
5111 November 195610BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (0–0)Luis Suárez (46)
523 March 195725Real MadridBarcelona1–0 (1–0)Joseito (21)
5313 October 19575Real MadridBarcelona3–0 (2–0)Kopa (10), Héctor Rial (43), di Stéfano (73)
542 February 195820BarcelonaReal Madrid0–2 (0–2)Marsal (34), Héctor Rial (37)
5526 October 19587BarcelonaReal Madrid4–0 (1–0)Evaristo (23, 67, 70), Tejada (88)
5615 February 195922Real MadridBarcelona1–0 (0–0)Herrera (79)
5729 November 195911Real MadridBarcelona2–0 (1–0)Mateos (5), di Stéfano (82)
5820 March 196026BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (0–0)Kocsis (50), Martínez (60), Villaverde (62)di Stéfano (58)
594 December 196012BarcelonaReal Madrid3–5 (2–3)Martínez (28), Villaverde (34), Kubala (89)di Stéfano (3, 81), del Sol (15), Gento (43, 79)
6026 March 196127Real MadridBarcelona3–2 (0–0)del Sol (55), di Stéfano (60), Puskás (78)Luis Suárez (80), Kubala (89)
6130 September 19615Real MadridBarcelona2–0 (1–0)Puskás (14), del Sol (72)
6221 January 196220BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (2–0)Evaristo (4, 83), Kocsis (40)Félix Ruiz (86)
6330 September 19623Real MadridBarcelona2–0 (1–0)di Stéfano (20, 70)
6427 January 196318BarcelonaReal Madrid1–5 (1–2)Ré (34)Puskás (p. 24, 35, 71), di Stéfano (47), Gento (67)
6515 December 196312Real MadridBarcelona4–0 (1–0)Puskás (37, 68, p. 84), di Stéfano (77)
6630 March 196427BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (1–2)Zaldúa (27)Gento (18), Puskás (43)
678 November 19649Real MadridBarcelona4–1 (2–0)Amancio (16, 31, 74), Serena (76)Ré (68)
6828 February 196524BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (1–0)Ré (40)Pirri (63), Serena (70)
6919 December 196514Real MadridBarcelona1–3 (1–3)Félix Ruiz (20)Fusté (7, 8), Zaldúa (34)
7027 March 196629BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (0–1)Rifé (59), Zaballa (63)Gento (39)
7120 November 196610Real MadridBarcelona1–0 (0–0)Veloso (89)
7219 March 196725BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Fusté (7, 89)Amancio (42)
7310 December 196712Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (0–0)Gento (p. 65)Zaldúa (78)
749 April 196827BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (1–1)Zaldúa (12)Pirri (43)
7516 November 19689Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (1–1)Pirri (32), José Luis (75)Zaldúa (19)
769 March 196924BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (1–0)Zaldúa (26)Gento (p. 87)
7714 September 19691Real MadridBarcelona3–3 (2–2)Fleitas (18, 38), Gento (63)Bustillo (3, 5), Rexach (71)
7828 December 196916BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (1–0)Gallego (29)
7925 October 19707Real MadridBarcelona0–1 (0–1)Zabalza (28)
8014 February 197122BarcelonaReal Madrid0–1 (0–0)Grande (67)
8128 November 197111Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–0)Grosso (6)Asensi (68)
823 April 197228BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (1–0)Asensi (11)
831 October 19725BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (0–0)Barrios (52)
8425 February 197322Real MadridBarcelona0–0 (0–0)
857 October 19736BarcelonaReal Madrid0–0 (0–0)
8617 February 197422Real MadridBarcelona0–5 (0–2)Asensi (30, 54), Cruyff (39), Juan Carlos (65), Sotil (69)
875 January 197515Real MadridBarcelona1–0 (1–0)Juan Roberto Martínez (43)
8811 May 197532BarcelonaReal Madrid0–0 (0–0)
8928 December 197515BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–0)Neeskens (3), Rexach (89)Pirri (64)
9030 April 197632Real MadridBarcelona0–2 (0–1)Rexach (15), Heredia (64)
9119 September 19763BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (1–0)Marcial (29), Cruyff (53), Heredia (86)Pirri (52)
9230 January 197720Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–1)Pirri (p. 2)Cruyff (16)
934 December 197712BarcelonaReal Madrid2–3 (1–2)Rexach (p. 30, 67)Jensen (23), Santillana (35), Stielike (54)
945 April 197829Real MadridBarcelona4–0 (2–0)Jensen (6, 10), Juanito (69), Santillana (80)
9523 September 19784Real MadridBarcelona3–1 (2–1)Santillana (29, 46), Jensen (32)Neeskens (15)
9617 February 197921BarcelonaReal Madrid2–0 (0–0)Krankl (52), Asensi (61)
9723 September 19793Real MadridBarcelona3–2 (3–2)Santillana (6), Juanito (8), Cunningham (32)Landáburu (23), Krankl (36)
9810 February 198020BarcelonaReal Madrid0–2 (0–0)García Hernández (61), Santillana (63)
9930 November 198013BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Schuster (15), Quini (64)Juanito (22)
10029 March 198130Real MadridBarcelona3–0 (0–0)Juanito (p. 53), Santillana (71), Stielike (76)
10120 December 198116BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (1–0)Alexanko (7), Quini (53, p. 60)Juanito (49)
10218 April 198233Real MadridBarcelona3–1 (2–1)Rafael Cortés (6), Stielike (p. 45), Isidro (82)Quini (42)
10327 November 198213Real MadridBarcelona0–2 (0–1)Esteban Vigo (14), Quini (86)
10426 March 198330BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Maradona (45), Perico Alonso (77)Juanito (20)
10522 October 19838BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (1–2)Quini (p. 17)Juanito (p. 12), Santillana (20)
10625 February 198425Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (1–0)Juanito (16), Santillana (80)Maradona (56)
1072 September 19841Real MadridBarcelona0–3 (0–0)Ángel (o.g.46), Archibald (86), Calderé (89)
10830 December 198418BarcelonaReal Madrid3–2 (1–1)Gerardo (25), Migueli (53), Esteban Vigo (79)Sanchís (30), Butragueño (89)
1099 November 198511BarcelonaReal Madrid2–0 (1–0)Marcos (2), Calderé (72)
1108 March 198628Real MadridBarcelona3–1 (0–0)Maceda (64), Valdano (67), Butragueño (83)Amarilla (51)
1118 October 19868Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–1)Hugo Sánchez (p. 27)Pedraza (6)
11231 January 198725BarcelonaReal Madrid3–2 (2–0)Lineker (2, 5, 47)Valdano (61), Hugo Sánchez (p. 80)
11312 April 198735Real MadridBarcelona0–0 (0–0)
11423 May 198740BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–0)Lineker (39), Roberto (p. 60)Hugo Sánchez (53)
1152 January 198816Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (2–1)Hugo Sánchez (p. 22, 41)Schuster (p. 30)
11630 April 198835BarcelonaReal Madrid2–0 (1–0)Carrasco (1), Lineker (70)
11722 October 19888Real MadridBarcelona3–2 (0–1)Hugo Sánchez (57), Aldana (59), Gordillo (81)Bakero (21), Carrasco (70)
1181 April 198927BarcelonaReal Madrid0–0 (0–0)
1197 October 19896BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (1–1)Salinas (10), Koeman (p. 74, p. 89)Hugo Sánchez (p. 5)
12015 February 199025Real MadridBarcelona3–2 (2–1)Míchel (24), Butragueño (45), Hugo Sánchez (p. 46)Salinas (54, 57)
12119 January 199119BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Laudrup (18), Spasić (o.g. 62)Butragueño (28)
1228 June 199138Real MadridBarcelona1–0 (0–0)Aldana (47)
12319 October 19916Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–0)Prosinečki (19)Koeman (p. 58)
1247 March 199225BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (1–0)Koeman (36)Hierro (66)
1255 September 19921BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–0)Bakero (4), Stoichkov (87)Míchel (p. 71)
12630 January 199320Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (2–1)Zamorano (9), Míchel (p. 41)Amor (15)
1278 January 199418BarcelonaReal Madrid5–0 (1–0)Romário (24, 56, 81), Koeman (47), Iglesias (86)
1287 May 199437Real MadridBarcelona0–1 (0–0)Amor (77)
1297 January 199516Real MadridBarcelona5–0 (3–0)Zamorano (5, 21, 39), Luis Enrique (68), Amavisca (70)
13027 May 199535BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (0–0)Nadal (62)
13130 September 19955Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–1)Raúl (12)Roger (31)
13210 February 199626BarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (1–0)Kodro (37, 90), Figo (71)
1337 December 199616Real MadridBarcelona2–0 (1–0)Šuker (24), Mijatović (48)
13410 May 199737BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (1–0)Ronaldo (44)
1351 November 19979Real MadridBarcelona2–3 (0–1)Raúl (48), Šuker (61)Rivaldo (5), Luis Enrique (50), Giovanni (79)
1367 March 199828BarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (0–0)Anderson (69), Figo (80), Giovanni (85)
13719 September 19983Real MadridBarcelona2–2 (2–1)Raúl (7, 25)Kluivert (12), Anderson (82)
13814 February 199922BarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (2–0)Luis Enrique (4, 36), Rivaldo (80)
13913 October 19997BarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Rivaldo (28), Figo (49)Raúl (26, 86)
14026 February 200026Real MadridBarcelona3–0 (2–0)Roberto Carlos (5), Anelka (19), Morientes (52)
14121 October 20006BarcelonaReal Madrid2–0 (1–0)Luis Enrique (26), Simão (79)
1423 March 200125Real MadridBarcelona2–2 (2–1)Raúl (6, 36)Rivaldo (35, 69)
1434 November 200111Real MadridBarcelona2–0 (1–0)Morientes (23), Figo (89)
14416 March 200230BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (0–1)Xavi (58)Zidane (38)
14523 November 200211BarcelonaReal Madrid0–0 (0–0)
14619 April 200330Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–1)Ronaldo (16)Luis Enrique (32)
1476 December 200315BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (0–1)Kluivert (83)Roberto Carlos (37), Ronaldo (73)
14825 April 200434Real MadridBarcelona1–2 (0–0)Solari (53)Kluivert (56), Xavi (86)
14920 November 200412BarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (2–0)Eto’o (23), Van Bronckhorst (42), Ronaldinho (p. 75)
15010 April 200531Real MadridBarcelona4–2 (3–1)Zidane (6), Ronaldo (19), Raúl (45+2), Owen (65)Eto’o (28), Ronaldinho (73)
15119 November 200512Real MadridBarcelona0–3 (0–1)Eto’o (14), Ronaldinho (59, 77)
1521 April 200631BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (1–1)Ronaldinho (p. 20)Ronaldo (36)
15322 October 20067Real MadridBarcelona2–0 (1–0)Raúl (3), Van Nistelrooy (50)
15410 March 200726BarcelonaReal Madrid3–3 (2–2)Messi (10, 27, 88)Van Nistelrooy (4, p. 12), Ramos (72)
15523 December 200717BarcelonaReal Madrid0–1 (0–1)Baptista (35)
1567 May 200836Real MadridBarcelona4–1 (2–0)Raúl (12), Robben (20), Higuaín (62), Van Nistelrooy (p. 77)Henry (86)
15713 December 200815BarcelonaReal Madrid2–0 (0–0)Eto’o (83), Messi (89)
1582 May 200934Real MadridBarcelona2–6 (1–3)Higuaín (14), Ramos (56)Henry (18, 58), Puyol (20), Messi (36, 75), Piqué (83)
15929 November 200912BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (0–0)Ibrahimović (56)
16010 April 201031Real MadridBarcelona0–2 (0–1)Messi (32), Pedro (55)
16129 November 201013BarcelonaReal Madrid5–0 (2–0)Xavi (9), Pedro (17), Villa (54, 56), Jeffrén (90)
16216 April 201132Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (0–0)C. Ronaldo (p. 81)Messi (p. 53)
16310 December 201116Real MadridBarcelona1–3 (1–1)Benzema (1)Sánchez (29), Xavi (53), Fàbregas (66)
16421 April 201234BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (0–1)Sánchez (70)Khedira (16), C. Ronaldo (73)
1657 October 20127BarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Messi (31, 60)C. Ronaldo (22, 66)
1662 March 201326Real MadridBarcelona2–1 (1–1)Benzema (6), Ramos (81)Messi (18)
16726 October 201310BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–0)Neymar (18), Sánchez (78)Jesé (90)
16823 March 201429Real MadridBarcelona3–4 (2–2)Benzema (20, 24), C. Ronaldo (p. 55)Iniesta (7), Messi (42, p. 65, p. 84)
16925 October 20149Real MadridBarcelona3–1 (1–1)C. Ronaldo (p. 35), Pepe (50), Benzema (61)Neymar (4)
17022 March 201528BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Mathieu (19), L. Suárez (56)C. Ronaldo (31)
17121 November 201512Real MadridBarcelona0–4 (0–2)L. Suárez (11, 74), Neymar (39), Iniesta (53)
1722 April 201631BarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (0–0)Piqué (56)Benzema (62), C. Ronaldo (85)
1733 December 201614BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (0–0)L. Suárez (53)Ramos (90)
17423 April 201732Real MadridBarcelona2–3 (1–1)Casemiro (28), Rodríguez (85)Messi (33, 90+2), Rakitić (73)
17523 December 201717Real MadridBarcelona0–3 (0–0)L. Suárez (54), Messi (p. 64), Al. Vidal (90+3)
1766 May 201836BarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)L. Suárez (10), Messi (52)C. Ronaldo (14), Bale (72)
17728 October 201810BarcelonaReal Madrid5–1 (2–0)L. Suárez (p. 30, 75, 83), Coutinho (11), Ar. Vidal (87)Marcelo (50)
1782 March 201926Real MadridBarcleona 1-0Rakitic(35)  
17918 Decemeber 201917BarcelonaReal Madrid0-0

Summary

Copa del Rey matches

Copa del Rey is the oldest competition in the history of Spanish football. 

SeasonRoundHome teamAway teamScore (T/H)Goals (Home)Goals (Away)
1916Semi final1st legBarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Alcántara (39), Martínez (85)Bernabéu
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona4–1 (2–1)Bernabéu (p. 15, 31, 62), Petit (77)Martínez (22)
1st (R)Real MadridBarcelona6–6 (a.e.t)Belaunde (2, ?, 87), Bernabéu (?, ?, p. 118)Alcántara (15, 30, 102), Mallorquí (67), Bau (70), Martínez (112)
2nd (R)Real MadridBarcelona4–2 (a.e.t)Bernabéu, Zabala, Sotero 2Martínez (11, 38)
1926Quarter final1st legReal MadridBarcelona1–5 (0–3)Monjardín (47)Samitier (19, 26, 43, 64), Piera (79)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (2–0)Piera (8), Samitier (18, 51)
1936FinalReal Madrid*Barcelona2–1 (2–1)Eugenio (6), Lécue (12)Escolà (29)
1943Semi final1st legBarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (2–0)Valle (34), Escolá (43), Sospedra (60)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona11–1 (8-0)Pruden (5, 32, 35), Barinaga (30, 42, 44, 87), Alonso (37, 74), Curta (39), Botella (85)Martín (89)
1954Semi final1st legReal MadridBarcelona1–0 (0–0)Mateos (86)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (2–1)César (9, 12), Biosca (87)Pérez Payá (24)
1957Quarter final1st legReal MadridBarcelona2–2 (2–1)Di Stéfano (p. 20, 35)Kubala (14), Basora (53)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid6–1 (2–0)Martínez (4, 48, 50, 63), Kubala (35), Villaverde (79)Olivella (o.g. 75)
1958–59Quarter final1st legReal MadridBarcelona2–4 (2–0)Puskas (20), Mateos (35)Kocsis (51, 69), Luis Suárez (67, 71)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid3–1 (2–1)Luis Suárez (p. 34, 44), Villaverde (63)Gento (36)
1961–62Quarter final1st legReal MadridBarcelona0–1 (0–0)Martínez (62)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid1–3 (0–0)Pereda (85)Del Sol (65), Puskas (83), Gento (90)
1967–68FinalReal MadridBarcelona*0–1 (0–1)Zunzunegui (o.g. 6)
1969–70Quarter final1st legReal MadridBarcelona2–0 (2–0)Grosso (5), Amancio (44)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (1–0)Rexach (45)Amancio (p. 60)
1973–74FinalReal Madrid*Barcelona4–0 (1–0)Santillana (6), Rubiñán (47), Aguilar (50), Pirri (83)
1982–83FinalBarcelona*Real Madrid2–1 (1–0)Víctor (32), Marcos (90)Santillana (50)
1989–90FinalBarcelona*Real Madrid2–0 (0–0)Amor (68), Salinas (90)
1992–93Semi final1st legReal MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–1)Zamorano (40)Bakero (30)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid1–2 (0–1)Laudrup (87)Míchel (p. 24), Zamorano (82)
1996–97Last 161st legBarcelonaReal Madrid3–2 (1–1)Ronaldo (13), Nadal (70), Giovanni (79)Šuker (16), Hierro (67)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona1–1 (0–0)Šuker (p. 80)Roberto Carlos (o.g. 69)
2010–11FinalBarcelonaReal Madrid*0–1 (a.e.t.)C. Ronaldo (103)
2011–12Quarter final1st legReal MadridBarcelona1–2 (1–0)C. Ronaldo (10)Puyol (49), Abidal (77)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (2–0)Pedro (43), Alves (45+3)C. Ronaldo (68), Benzema (72)
2012–13Semi final1st legReal MadridBarcelona1–1 (0–0)Varane (82)Fàbregas (50)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid1–3 (0–1)Alba (89)C. Ronaldo (13, p. 57), Varane (68)
2013–14FinalReal Madrid*Barcelona2–1 (1–0)Di María (11), Bale (85)Bartra (68)
2018–19Semi final1st legBarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (0–1)Malcom (57)Vázquez (6)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona

Summary

League Cup matches

The Copa de la Liga was a tournament created in 1982, but low support from the participating clubs saw it disbanded four years later.[4][7]

SeasonRoundHome teamAway teamScore (T/H)Goals (Home)Goals (Away)
1982–83Final1st legReal MadridBarcelona2–2 (0–0)Del Bosque (63), Juanito (p. 69)Carrasco (50), Maradona (57)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (0–0)Maradona (p. 19), Alexanko (20)Santillana (84)
1984–85Quarter final1st legBarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (2–0)Clos (40), Marcos (44)Valdano (67), Juanito (75)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona1–1 (0–0) (p.4-1)Valdano (83)Moratalla (57)
1985–86Last 161st legBarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Clos (24), Archibald (50)Pardeza (36), Cholo (52)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona0–4 (0–2)Amarilla (2, 41), Urbano (47), Esteban (67)

Summary

Spanish Super Cup matches

The Supercopa de España is a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of the La Liga and the Copa del Rey. Established in 1982, it is the Spanish equivalent to the English FA Community Shield, where the winners of the FA Premier League and FA Cup compete for the trophy.[4][8]

SeasonRoundHome teamAway teamScore (T/H)Goals (Home)Goals (Away)
1988–891st legReal MadridBarcelona2–0 (0–0)Míchel (71), Hugo Sánchez (78)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Bakero (37, 77)Butragueño (14)
1990–911st legBarcelonaReal Madrid0–1 (0–0)Míchel (54)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona4–1 (2–1)Butragueño (21, 44), Hugo Sánchez (56), Aragón (70)Goikoetxea (20)
1993–941st legReal MadridBarcelona3–1 (1–1)Alfonso (35, 89), Zamorano (55)Stoichkov (17)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (0–1)Bakero (65)Zamorano (21)
1997–981st legBarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–1)Giovanni (1), Miguel Nadal (85)Raúl (4)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona4–1 (1–0)Raúl (42, 54), Mijatović (58), Seedorf (65)Giovanni (80)
2011–121st legReal MadridBarcelona2–2 (1–2)Özil (13), Alonso (54)Villa (36), Messi (45)
2nd legBarcelonaReal Madrid3–2 (2–1)Iniesta (15), Messi (45, 88)C. Ronaldo (20), Benzema (82)
2012–131st legBarcelonaReal Madrid3–2 (0–0)Pedro (57), Messi (p. 70), Xavi (77)C. Ronaldo (55), Di María (85)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona2–1 (2–1)Higuaín (11), C. Ronaldo (19)Messi (45)
2017–181st legBarcelonaReal Madrid1–3 (0–0)Messi (p. 77)Piqué (o.g. 50), C. Ronaldo (80), Asensio (90)
2nd legReal MadridBarcelona2–0 (2–0)Asensio (4), Benzema (39)

Summary

UEFA Champions League matches

In the most prestigious tournament in Europe, Barcelona and Real Madrid have faced each other on several occasions in the Champions League, known as the European Cup prior to 1992.

SeasonRoundHome teamAway teamScore (T/H)Goals (Home)Goals (Away)
1959–60Semi final1st leg[9]Real MadridBarcelona3–1 (2–1)Di Stéfano (17, 84), Puskás (28)Martínez (37)
2nd leg[10]BarcelonaReal Madrid1–3 (1–1)Kocsis (9)Puskás (25, 75), Gento (68)
1960–61First round1st leg[11]Real MadridBarcelona2–2 (2–1)Mateos (1), Gento (33)Luis Suárez (27, p. 88)
2nd leg[12]BarcelonaReal Madrid2–1 (1–0)Vergés (33), Evaristo (81)Canário (87)
2001–02Semi final1st leg[13]BarcelonaReal Madrid0–2 (0–0)Zidane (55), McManaman (90+2)
2nd leg[14]Real MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–0)Raúl (43)Helguera (o.g. 49)
2010–11Semi final1st leg[15]Real MadridBarcelona0–2 (0–0)Messi (76, 87)
2nd leg[16]BarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (0–0)Pedro (54)Marcelo (64)

Summary

Summary of all competitive matches

Friendlies and other matches

Real Madrid and Barcelona have played 34 friendly matches, including the first ever Clásico on 13 May 1902. Before the start of La Liga championship in 1929, Real Madrid and Barcelona played several friendlies, but once La Liga started, friendlies fell in a few years. In sporadic cases they have faced each other in some friendly matches such as tributes or other tournaments of a friendly nature.[17] The last friendly match was on 29 July 2017.

DateTournamentRoundStadiumHome teamAway teamScore (T/H)Goals (Home)Goals (Away)
13 May 1902[18][19][20][21][22]Copa de la CoronaciónSemi-finalHipódromoReal MadridBarcelona1–3Arthur Johnson (?)Steinberg (?, ?), Joan Gamper (?)
13 May 1906[23][24]Exhibition gameCamp del calle MuntanerBarcelonaReal Madrid5–2C. Wallace (?, ?), Ponz (?, ?), Forns (?)Meléndez (?), Revuelto (?)
1 November 1913Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid7–0Carlier (5, ?, ?), Alcántara (?), P. Wallace (?, ?), Greenwell (?)
2 November 1913Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (1–0)Alcántara (40)
6 January 1914Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)Real MadridBarcelona2–2 (1–1)Bernabéu (?, ?)P. Wallace (?), Allack (?)
10 January 1914Exhibition gameCampo de O’DonnellReal MadridBarcelona0–2Alcántara (?), Allack (?)
5 March 1916Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid3–0 (0–0)Vinyals (?, ?), Martínez (?)
7 March 1916Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid0–0 (0–0)
1 November 1917Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid3–1Vinyals (15, ?, ?)?
4 November 1917Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid4–1 (0–1)Vinyals (?), Hormeu (?), Sagi (?), Gumbau (?)Machimbarrena (?)
20 May 1918Exhibition gameCampo de O’DonnellReal MadridBarcelona1–2 (1–1)Bernabéu (?)Alcántara (?), Martínez (?)
15 February 1920Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Alcántara (?), Sancho (?p.)Coma (? o.g.), Mieg (?)
18 February 1920Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid7–1Alcántara (?, ?, ?), Vinyals (?), Sancho (?), Plaza (?), Lakatos (?)Mieg (?)
11 January 1921Exhibition gameL’Escopidora (Industria)BarcelonaReal Madrid3–0Gràcia (?, ?), Piera (?)
15 March 1922Exhibition gameCampo de O’DonnellReal MadridBarcelona2–2Monjardin (40, ?)Martinez (5), Gràcia (10)
2 February 1927Exhibition gameLes CortsBarcelonaReal Madrid0–0 (0–0)
19 March 1927Exhibition gameChamartínReal MadridBarcelona1–5 (1–3)Quesada (12)Pedrol (14, 73), Sagi (16), Samitier (35, 58)
20 March 1927Exhibition gameChamartínReal MadridBarcelona1–5 (0–1)Félix Pérez (80)Sastre (43, 75), Pedrol (50), Quesada (51 o.g.)
27 May 1928Torneo de Campeones1st legLes CortsBarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Ramon (6), Arocha (58)Benegas (23), Esparza (80)
3 June 19282nd legChamartínReal MadridBarcelona1–1 (1–0)Rubio (32)Arocha (87)
3 July 1932Exhibition gameLes CortsBarcelonaReal Madrid2–2 (1–1)Samitier (39, 67)Hilario (22), Olivares (54)
25 November 1934Exhibition gameChamartínReal MadridBarcelona5–1 (1–0)Gurruchaga (15), Lazcano (47, 89), Regueiro (51, p. 57)Ramon (79)
15 September 1940Exhibition gameLes CortsBarcelonaReal Madrid5–4 (2–1)Va (4, 49), Vergara (9), Valle (48), Bravo (73)Barinaga (12, 78), Alday (46), Dindurra (67)
8 June 1941Exhibition gameChamartínReal MadridBarcelona2–3 (2–2)Arbiza (32), Alsúa (38)Bravo (7), Raich (28), Escolà (75)
31 October 1943Juan Mojardín TributeChamartínReal MadridBarcelona1–1 (0–1)J. Alonso (48)Betancourt (20)
26 December 1943Antonio Franco TributeLes CortsBarcelonaReal Madrid4–0 (3–0)Martín (13, 37, 40), Bravo (52)
23 May 1948Torneo Históricos1st legLes CortsBarcelonaReal Madrid1–0 (1–0)Amorós (37)
30 May 19482nd legNuevo ChamartínReal MadridBarcelona0–1 (0–0)Amorós (49)
30 August 1959CarranzaFinalRamón de CarranzaBarcelonaReal Madrid3–4 (1–1)Czibor (12), Villaverde (71), Evaristo (79)Puskás (39, 78), Gento (55), Di Stéfano (58)
31 August 1968CarranzaSemi finalRamón de CarranzaReal MadridBarcelona1–2 (0–1)Gento (59)Juanito (24), Zaldúa (86)
30 May 1982Venezuela Cup3rd placeFarid RichaReal MadridBarcelona1–0 (1–0)Del Bosque (10)
1 May 1991Desafío Total Canal+1st legSantiago BernabéuReal MadridBarcelona3–1 (3–1)Butragueño (16), Hierro (17), Villarroya (18)Goikoetxea (38)
11 September 19912nd legCamp NouBarcelonaReal Madrid1–1 (0–0)Nadal (67)Aldana (72)
29 July 2017International Champions CupHard Rock StadiumReal MadridBarcelona2–3 (2–2)Kovačić (14), Asensio (36)Messi (3), Ashwin (7), Piqué (50)

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