Barcelona win their fifth European Cup/Champions League.

Barcelona are the first team in history to win two trebles.

A team won the treble in eight occasions, four of them in the last seven seasons, and two of them by the same club (Barcelona).

Barcelona won the most titles in Champions League era (four) alongside Real Madrid.

Barcelona won four Champions Leagues in the last 10 seasons, while no other team won it more than once in that period.

Barcelona won their fifth double (EC/CL + La Liga), at least two more than any other team.

This is the 40th official trophy won by Barcelona since 1991, more than any other team from the top five leagues.

Barça are the first team in the history of the European Cup/Champions League to win by at least a two-goal margin in three consecutive finals they have played in: 2-0 in 2009, 3-1 in 2011, 3-1 in 2015.

Barcelona are the first team to win a Champions League with no draws (11 wins and two losses).

For the first time ever, two teams from the same country won two consecutive Champions Leagues.

Barcelona won 50 of the 60 games they played this season, a winning rate of 83.3 percent, a new record in the club's history.

Messi and Neymar finished the Champions League season as top goalscorers (alongside Cristiano) with 10 goals.

Messi and Iniesta finished the Champions League season as top assist providers with five assists.

Messi, Piqué, Iniesta and Xavi win their fourth Champions League, equaling Seedorf’s record.

Piqué, Busquets, Messi, Iniesta, Xavi, and Alves join Eto’o as only players to win two trebles.

Iniesta is the first player ever to assist in three different Champions League finals.

Iniesta played four Champions League finals, more than any other player in Barcelona’s history.

Messi tops the goalscoring chart for the fifth time, an all-time record in the European Cup/Champions League breaking Gerd Muller’s record.

Barcelona won the Liga/Champions League double each time Messi scored the first Barça goal of La Liga season (2008/09, 2010/11, 2014/15).

Messi completed 10 dribbles in the final. All Juventus players combined completed just six.

Messi is the only player to complete 10 dribbles in a Champions League final as far as the data goes and he did it twice: 2011 and 2015.

Messi completed this UCL season with 92 successful dribbles, breaking his own record (79) set in 2010/11.

Neymar is the only player to score in both quarterfinal legs, both semifinal legs, and also in the final of a Champions League season.

Neymar scored this Champions League on both semifinal legs and also in the final. Only Robben (2012/13) and Morata did the same.

Messi-Neymar is the first duo in history to finish a Champions League season with at least 10 goals each.

Messi-Neymar-Suárez is the first trio in history to finish a Champions League season with at least seven goals each.

Iniesta equaled Migueli as the player with third most official games played for Barcelona (549).

Suárez is the first Uruguayan ever to play and win a Champions League final.

Larsson and Van Bommel were the only players whose last Barça appearance came in a Champions League final, same for Xavi this season.

The 23-year-old Neymar has now played, scored and won in the finals of the Copa Libertadores, Confederations Cup, Copa del Rey and Champions League, being the topscorer on all of them.

Messi has played 482 games and won 24 trophies with Barcelona, an average of one trophy every 20 games.

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Article made possible by the collaboration of the entire Grup 14 Stats Team: Adil Elkhandouki, Javier Camacho, Sarah Khoury, Erdi Myftaraga and @BarcaStat.