El Clasico Head to Head since 2009: all the results, scores, records and stats in the last 10 years!
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El Clasico Head to Head Scores and Results since 2009
Without further ado, let us take a look at how many wins and losses each side has since 2009!
|El Clasico head to head since 2009||Wins|
|Real Madrid Wins||13|
So Barcelona leads the overall head to head over Real Madrid but how many wins of those have been significant?
El Clasico Head To Head since 2009: breakdown of all statistics!
Here we have for you a breakdown of the games the two giants have played!
|El Clasico Head to Head stats since 2009||Matches||Wins||Draws|
|Copa del Rey||8||3||3||2|
|Supercopa de España||6||3||1||2|
|UEFA Champions League||2||0||1||1|
Find out more about El Clasico All-time stats!
El Clasico Head to Head since 2009: statistics with all scores!
We will move on to al the results between the two teams from their history. The last match was played between the two teams at Nou Camp.
Real Madrid won the tie 3-1. Let us take a look at the matches they have played this millennium.
We have also included all El Clasico head to head scores. Let us go by each competition!
El Clasico La Liga Head to Head since 2009
Here are El Clasico La Liga Head to Head stats for matches since 2009:
|Date||Home Team||Away Team||Result|
|2 May 2009||Real Madrid||Barcelona||2-6 (1-3)|
|29 November 2009||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–0 (0–0)|
|10 April 2010||Real Madrid||Barcelona||0–2 (0–1)|
|29 November 2010||Barcelona||Real Madrid||5–0 (2–0)|
|16 April 2011||Real Madrid||Barcelona||1–1 (0–0)|
|10 December 2011||Real Madrid||Barcelona||1–3 (1–1)|
|21 April 2012||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–2 (0–1)|
|7 October 2012||Barcelona||Real Madrid||2–2 (1–1)|
|2 March 2013||Real Madrid||Barcelona||2–1 (1–1)|
|26 October 2013||Barcelona||Real Madrid||2–1 (1–0)|
|23 March 2014||Real Madrid||Barcelona||3–4 (2–2)|
|25 October 2014||Real Madrid||Barcelona||3–1 (1–1)|
|22 March 2015||Barcelona||Real Madrid||2–1 (1–1)|
|21 November 2015||Real Madrid||Barcelona||0–4 (0–2)|
|2 April 2016||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–2 (0–0)|
|3 December 2016||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–1 (0–0)|
|23 April 2017||Real Madrid||Barcelona||2–3 (1–1)|
|23 December 2017||Real Madrid||Barcelona||0–3 (0–0)|
|6 May 2018||Barcelona||Real Madrid||2–2 (1–1)|
|28 October 2018||Barcelona||Real Madrid||5–1 (2–0)|
|2 March 2019||Real Madrid||Barcelona||0–1 (0–1)|
|18 December 2019||Barcelona||Real Madrid||0–0|
|1 March 2020||Real Madrid||Barcelona||2–0 (0–0)|
|10 April 2021||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1-3|
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El Clasico Copa Del Rey Head to Head since 2009
Here are El Clasico Copa Del Rey Head to Head stats for matches since 2009:
|Year||Stage||Home Team||Away Team||Result|
|2010–11||Final||Barcelona||Real Madrid*||0–1 (a.e.t.)|
|2011–12||Quarter-finals||1st leg||Real Madrid||Barcelona||1–2 (1–0)|
|2nd leg||Barcelona||Real Madrid||2–2 (2–0)|
|2012–13||Semi-finals||1st leg||Real Madrid||Barcelona||1–1 (0–0)|
|2nd leg||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–3 (0–1)|
|2013–14||Final||Real Madrid*||Barcelona||2–1 (1–0)|
|2018–19||Semi-finals||1st leg||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–1 (0–1)|
|2nd leg||Real Madrid||Barcelona||0–3 (0–0)|
El Clasico Super Cup de Espana Head to Head since 2009
Here are El Clasico Super Cup De Espana Head to Head stats for matches since 2009:
|Year||Leg||Home Team||Away Team||Result|
|2011–12||1st leg||Real Madrid||Barcelona||2–2 (1–2)|
|2nd leg||Barcelona||Real Madrid||3–2 (2–1)|
|2012–13||1st leg||Barcelona||Real Madrid||3–2 (0–0)|
|2nd leg||Real Madrid||Barcelona||2–1 (2–1)|
|2017–18||1st leg||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–3 (0–0)|
|2nd leg||Real Madrid||Barcelona||2–0 (2–0)|
El Clasico UEFA Champions League Head to Head since 2009
Here are El Clasico UEFA Champions League Head to Head stats for matches since 2009:
|Year||Stage||Leg||Home Team||Away Team||Result|
|2010–11||Semi-finals||1st leg||Real Madrid||Barcelona||0–2 (0–0)|
|2nd leg||Barcelona||Real Madrid||1–1 (0–0)|
El Clasico Head to Head between Messi and Ronaldo
Ronaldo has the slight edge in terms of minutes per goal, however, scoring a goal for every 141.00 minutes played in Real Madrid vs Barcelona matches. Messi is whiskers behind, scoring a goal every 146.38 minutes.
Consecutive Goalscorers In El Clasico
Cristiano Ronaldo has also enjoyed the best goalscoring run in the fixture’s history, scoring in a record 6 consecutive El Clasico fixtures in 2012 (netting 7 goals in the process).
How many goals has Messi scored in El Clasico? Messi has scored 26 goals in El Clásico in his career which, unsurprisingly, is a record.
How many goals has Cristiano Ronaldo scored in El Clasico? Ronaldo has scored 18 in El Clasico, which is the joint second-most in the fixture’s history alongside the legendary Alfredo Di Stéfano.
See the whole stats breakdown at: Ronaldo vs Messi El Clasico Stats!
El Clasico 2021 time, date and kick-off
When is next El Clasico? Find out all game details for El Clasico here. It’s time for El Clasico 2020. Real Madrid takes on Barcelona. The Catalan club will host the first El Clasico of the new season.
The date has just been confirmed for 10 April 2021 with kick-off set at 20:00 CET by La Liga.
This is the season’s first El Clasico. The next El Clasico will be held on 10 April 2021 (subject to change of course).
All-time Statistics As of end of 2020*
|Copa del Rey||36||12||16||8|
|Copa de la Liga||6||0||2||4|
|Supercopa de España||14||8||4||2|
|UEFA Champions League||8||3||2||3|
El Clasico Records and Statistics Information
Here are some absolutely extreme records set during the El Clasicos:
Biggest wins (5+ goals) since 2009
There has only been one 5 goal win and it was the humiliation Pep’s team handed to Jose’s Real Madrid!
|Home team – Away team||Date||Competition|
|Barcelona 5–0 Real Madrid||29 November 2010||La Liga|
Most consecutive wins since 2009
El Clasico has been very competitive in the last 10 years. Only once, Barcelona managed a 5 streak win. There has been 0 4-streak wins or 3-streak wins in the last 10 years. There has been plenty of back to back wins, however, more for Real Madrid than for Barcelona!
|5||Barcelona||December 2008 – November 2010|
Most consecutive draws since 2009
There has been only one 3-streak of draws back when the two sides faced in La Liga and CL. It was broken by Barcelona who won the CL match eventually!
|3||December 2011 – November 2012|
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Who has won most El Clasico?
Barcelona leads the all-time record with 115 wins.
2. Who has the most wins in El Clasico?
Barcelona has 115 wins as compared to Real Madrid’s 100 wins.
3. Who has won more El Clasico Messi or Ronaldo?
Lionel Messi has the lead over Cristiano Ronaldo in the h2h El Clasico wins.
4. Who has won more titles Real Madrid or Barcelona?
It is Real Madrid who has more titles in the overall history
5. How many times has Barcelona beat Real Madrid?
Real Madrid is on 100 wins right now and a win this time will give them their 101st win!
6. What is the highest score between Real Madrid and Barcelona?
Real Madrid beat Barcelona 11-1 back in June 1943! That is the highest score!
7. Is it true that Barca beat Real by 15-1?
No, it is not true however, Real Madrid beat Barcelona 11-1!
8. Which player has the most El Clasico appearances?
Sergio Ramos at 44 appearances is the all-time leading appearance maker for El Clasicos.
Some useful information:
Where is El Clasico played?
The league matches are played at either Nou Camp or Santiago Bernabeu. Even the two-legged ties are played there. However, any cup final is played at a neutral venue.
What is the meaning of El Clasico?
El Clasico refers to the age-old derby played between Barcelona and Real Madrid – who are footballing rivals for over 100 years!
Why is El Clasico Cancelled?
El Clasico was almost canceled last year but then it got delayed. The reason was the political unrest in Barcelona!