La Liga: When was Barcelona’s golden era?

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Barcelona is one of the top clubs in La Liga and a rival to Real Madrid. They are a very popular team around the world as they have won the championship not only in the domestic league but also in the UEFA Champions League many times. Although he has now moved away, the legendary player Lionel Messi was also at Barcelona.


What is FC Barcelona?

FC Barcelona is a professional soccer club based in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Domestically, they have won over 70 titles and are rivals with Real Madrid. It is one of the most supported clubs in the world, the most popular in the world, and is famous as a team that has supporters all over the world. Founded in 1899.


His nickname is “Barça”, which is Catalan. Another compatibility is “blaugrana”, which is also a Catalan word.

home stadium

Their home stadium is the Camp Nou, which is the Nagai Stadium, which was built in the 1950s and has a long history.With a capacity of 99,000 people, it is considered one of the largest stadiums in the world.


Among the world’s big clubs, Barcelona’s method of management is quite unique. A unique feature of the club’s management is that it recruits members from the general public and uses their membership fees to operate the team. There are currently 180,000 members around the world, making it a very large base. There is also a subordinate organization called Cantera, and players from Cantera often receive tremendous support from supporters as natives of the club.

When was Barcelona’s golden age?

When was Barcelona’s golden age? Generally speaking, the period below is said to be the Golden Age, and is said to be the period when Barcelona shined the most. Among them, Barcelona’s strength from 2009 to 2012 is said to be the strongest team in soccer history, and no team has ever surpassed it.


Below are the members of the 1992 Champions Cup Final. In this era, the team was coached by Johan Cruyff and dominated other teams with his overwhelming possession-based soccer. During this era, Barcelona was known as the “Dream Team” as the name value of its members was among the highest in the world. Around 1995, members in their prime began to leave the club, and the 1995-96 season ended without a title, and Cruyff was sacked at the end of the season, marking the end of an era.


This era is said to be the strongest team in Barcelona’s history, and the strongest team in soccer history was born. With Lionel Messi, said to be the strongest player in history, at the center of the team, Iniesta and Xavi were able to sweep the title by playing soccer that forced opponents into their own half with overwhelming passing. It was during this period that he won six titles. Below is the starting lineup for the 2011 UEFA Champions League Final. This era came to an end with Guardiola’s retirement in 2012.

What is 6 crowns?

Barcelona’s six titles refer to the six titles won during the 2008-2009 season under Guardiola as manager. This refers to winning La Liga, winning the Copa del Rey, winning the UEFA Champions League, winning the Spanish Super Cup, winning the European Super Cup, and winning the Club World Cup. Including these six, we call it the six crowns.

Catalan independence movement

Barcelona also has some troublesome issues. Independence movements are common in Catalonia, Spain. In 2017, Catalonia held an independence referendum, which resulted in the suspension of autonomy and the escape of the regional premier, which became a major event worldwide. Catalonia has always had a strong sense of independence, and is often referred to as Catalan nationalism. Approximately 500,000 people marched for independence in 2019. If independence were to occur, it would also affect Barcelona, which is located in Catalonia.

Training organization

Lionel Messi is considered the best player in Barcelona’s history. Messi comes from Cantera, a training organization, so he is a player who easily receives support from supporters. FC Barcelona’s training organization is by far the best among European club teams in terms of budget and has produced many great players, including Messi. But in recent years, problems have started to arise. It is a common occurrence for players developed by the Premier League to be plucked out just before they are promoted to the top team due to financial constraints.

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