specials | 2016-01-01
Barça's Unstoppable 2015 - 26 football records broken in a legendary year
Luis Enrique's men had one of the best years in Barcelona's history, all records in a single place
Barcelona extended their all-time record of most titles won among top five league clubs (88 trophies).
Barcelona became the first team in the history of European football to win two trebles.
Barcelona won five or more trophies in the same year for the 3rd time (2009, 2011, 2015). No other team have done it more than once.
Barça won the double (European Cup/Champions League + La Liga) for the fifth time, an all-time record in European football.
Barcelona won their sixth domestic double (La Liga + Spanish Cup), setting a new all-time record in Spain.
Barcelona became the first Spanish club in history to win 50 official games in a single season (2014/2015).
Barcelona became the first Spanish team in history to keep 33 clean sheets in a single season (2014/2015).
Barcelona became in May 2015 the first team in the history of La Liga to reach 80+ points in seven consecutive seasons.
Barcelona became the first team in Champions League history to reach the final after scoring at least two goals in every away game.
Barcelona scored 180 goals in 2015, a new all-time record in the history of Spanish football.
Messi became the youngest player to win four Champions League titles.
Messi became the first player in history to score 332 club goals in six consecutive seasons (from 2009/2010 to 2014/2015).
Messi became the player with most goals in a Spanish stadium for a Spanish club (239 at the Camp Nou) surpassing Zarra who scored 227 goals at the San Mamés for Athletic Bilbao.
Messi, at the age of 27 years and 300 days, became the youngest player to score 400+ goals for a single European club.
Messi surpassed the mark of 1000 successful dribbles in La Liga since the start of the 2009/2010 season. No other player reached half in the same period.
Messi broke Hugo Sanchez' record and became the player who scored in most away games in La Liga history (81).
Messi broke Zarra's record and became the player with the most braces (two goals or more) in La Liga history (84).
Messi became the first player in the history of top 5 leagues to score 28+ goals in six consecutive seasons.
Messi became the only player in La Liga history to score an away hattrick in six consecutive seasons: from 2009/10 to 2014/15.
Neymar became the first player ever to score in both quarterfinals legs, semifinals legs and in the final of a Champions League season.
Ter Stegen became the first goalkeeper to play and win a Champions League final during his first season with a club.
Iniesta became the first player to assist in three different Champions League finals.
Piqué, Alves, Busquets, Xavi, Iniesta, Messi and Pedro joined Eto’o as the only players that won the treble twice.
Douglas became the first non-European player in history to win a treble in his first season in Europe.
Barcelona became the first team which two new signings scored in a Champions League final: Rakitic and Suárez.
Messi, Neymar and Suárez scored 137 club goals in 2015, an all-time record by a trio in the history of Spanish football, and more than any other club besides Barcelona.
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