How Barça fared in past first La Liga rounds of another schedule year

new year has arrived and FC Barcelona will mean in any case a success. Xavi Hernández and the crew’s first round of the year is on Sunday (9:00pm CET) against RCDE Mallorca at the Son Moix arena, satisfying La Liga matchday 19. We should investigate how Barça have fared in the main La Liga round of the schedule year over the previous decade.

Year Match Result

2012 Espanyol – FC Barcelona 1-1
2013 FC Barcelona – Espanyol 4-0
2014 FC Barcelona – Elche 4-0
2015 Real Sociedad – FC Barcelona 1-0
2016 Espanyol – FC Barcelona 0-0
2017 Villarreal – FC Barcelona 1-1
2018 FC Barcelona – Levante 3-0
2019 Getafe – FC Barcelona 1-2
2020 Espanyol – FC Barcelona 2-2
2021 Huesca – FC Barcelona 0-1

Along these lines, five successes, four draws, and just one loss. Barça lost at Anoeta in 2015, an all around sliding entryways second for Luis Enrique’s group, who went one to win the high pitch that season.

Positive points of reference for the principal round of the year at Son Moix


Since the main La Liga season in 1929, Barça have started the schedule year in Mallorca two times, winning the twice. In the 1966 season – likewise on January 2 – the score was Barça 1 – 2 RCDE Mallorca. Over a fourth of a century after the fact, it was likewise the primary round of the year in the 1992 season. Johan Cruyff’s group figured out how to match the past outcome (1-2). It’s likewise important that Mallorca visited Camp Nou on January 3, 2009, for Barça’s first match of the schedule year, with the home side winning once more, this time 3-1.

Ongoing history away from Camp Nou


Playing your first round of the schedule year from home is consistently intense, a reality borne out by late outcomes. Barça started the year as the guests multiple times in the previous decade, winning two times, losing once, and drawing multiple times. Xavi Hernández’ side will endeavor to rehash last season’s result at Huesca (0-1) in Son Moix to begin 2022 with three additional focuses clinched.

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