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Derbi Barceloní
Other namesEl derbi
El Derbi Barcelonés,
Catalan derby
LocaleCatalonia Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
TeamsFC Barcelona
RCD Espanyol
First meetingBarcelona 1–0 Espanyol
La Liga
(7 April 1929; 90 years ago (1929-04-07))
Latest meetingBarcelona 2–0 Espanyol
La Liga
(30 March 2019)
Next meetingTBD
Statistics
Most winsBarcelona (122)
Most player appearancesLionel Messi (33)
Top scorerLionel Messi (25)[1]
Location of the teams' stadia in the Province of Barcelona
Barcelona
Espanyol

The derbi barceloní (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈdɛɾβi βəɾsəluˈni]; Spanish: Derbi barcelonés, IPA: [ˈdeɾβi βaɾθeloˈnes]; "Barcelonian Derby"), is the name given to football matches between FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol. Both clubs are located in the Barcelona metropolitan area, Spain.[2]

Rivalry[edit]

In the first half of the 20th century during the Miguel Primo de Rivera dictatorship (1923–1930), FC Barcelona was the embodiment of the oppressed Catalan sentiment, in starrk contrast to RCD Espanyol which cultivated a kind of compliance to the central authority.[3]

In 1918, the municipalities of Catalonia promoted a campaign to request the Spanish Government a Statute of Autonomy. FC Barcelona joined that request and the Catalan press explained it by saying "FC Barcelona has become the club of Catalonia". The other team of the city, RCD Espanyol were dissociated from the claim.

On numerous occasions RCD Espanyol have complained of an unfavorable treatment which is sometimes directly offensive according to them, towards the club in favor of FC Barcelona by some public media dependent on the Generalitat of Catalonia like TV3.[4][5][6]

Despite these differences in ideology, the derbi has always been more relevant to Espanyol supporters than Barcelona ones due to the difference in objectives.

Background and history[edit]

Though it is the most played local derby in the history of La Liga, it is also the most unbalanced, with Barcelona overwhelmingly dominant. In the league table, Espanyol has only managed to finish above Barça on three occasions in almost 70 years and the only all-Catalan Copa del Rey final was won by Barça in 1957. Espanyol has the consolation of achieving the largest margin win with a 6–0 in 1951.

On 8 June 2007, Espanyol achieved a 2-2 draw against Barça in the penultimate day of the championship, making it possible for Real Madrid to win the 2006–07 La Liga in the next match at the Bernabeu. This match is popularly remembered with the name of Tamudazo, for Raúl Tamudo, the Espanyol player who scored the goal for the draw.[7] Espanyol achieved a 2–1 win against Barça during 2008–09, becoming the first team to defeat Barcelona at Camp Nou in their treble-winning season.[8]

Espanyol moved to their new RCDE Stadium in 2009, but it was not until their tenth meeting with Barcelona at their new arena that they were able to win a derby fixture (three draws, six defeats), winning 1–0 in the 2017–18 Copa del Rey quarter-final, first leg on 17 January 2018.[9] However, Barcelona overturned this 2–0 at the Camp Nou the following week to go through in the tie,[10] the tenth time in succession (since 1961) that Barça had progressed in the domestic cup.

As of 2019, Barça's Lionel Messi has scored 25 goals against Espanyol, the most in the history of the derby.[1][2][11]

All matches[edit]

As of 30 March 2019

Major competitions[edit]

Matches Wins Draws Goals
FCB RCDE FCB RCDE
La Liga 170 99 34 37 329 176
Copa del Rey 36 20 10 6 69 47
Supercopa de España 2 2 0 0 4 0
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 2 2 0 0 2 0
Total matches 210 123 44 43 404 223

Minor and defunct competitions[edit]

Matches Wins Draws Goals
FCB RCDE FCB RCDE
Copa Macaya[12][a] 3 3 0 0 15 1
Copa Barcelona[12][b] 2 0 0 2 4 4
Catalan Championship[13][c] 68 36 22 10 143 96
Pyrenees Cup[14][d] 2 1 1 0 4 5
Copa Catalunya[15][e] 10 3 4 3 11 16
Supercopa de Catalunya[f] 3 0 1 2 1 2
Total matches 88 43 28 17 178 124
  1. ^ Played between 1900 and 1903
  2. ^ Played once, 1902–03
  3. ^ Played between 1903 and 1940
  4. ^ Played between 1910 and 1914
  5. ^ Clubs involved between 1990 and 2014
  6. ^ Current, played since 2014

League matches[edit]

Lionel Messi is the all-time top scorer in the history of the Catalan derbi with 17 goals in total.
Lionel Messi is the all-time top scorer in the history of the Catalan Derby with 25 goals overall. He also holds the record for most appearances made (33).
Xavi is the all-time most appearances maker in Catalan Derby's history with 32 in total.
Xavi Hernández is the 2nd-highest appearance maker (behind Lionel Messi) in the history of the Barcelonian Derby with a total of 32 matches played.
Raúl Tamudo, the originator of the famous Tamudazo.
FC Barcelona vs. RCD Espanyol
Season Home Team Score Away Team
1928–29 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1929–30 FC Barcelona 5–4 RCD Espanyol
1930–31 FC Barcelona 6–2 RCD Espanyol
1931–32 FC Barcelona 2–2 RCD Espanyol
1932–33 FC Barcelona 1–1 RCD Espanyol
1933–34 FC Barcelona 5–0 RCD Espanyol
1934–35 FC Barcelona 2–2 RCD Espanyol
1935–36 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
1936–37 Spanish Civil War
1937–38 Spanish Civil War
1938–39 Spanish Civil War
1939–40 FC Barcelona 0–1 RCD Espanyol
1940–41 FC Barcelona 2–3 RCD Espanyol
1941–42 FC Barcelona 1–2 RCD Espanyol
1942–43 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
1943–44 FC Barcelona 1–3 RCD Espanyol
1944–45 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1945–46 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1946–47 FC Barcelona 5–0 RCD Espanyol
1947–48 FC Barcelona 5–1 RCD Espanyol
1948–49 FC Barcelona 2–1 RCD Espanyol
1949–50 FC Barcelona 1–2 RCD Espanyol
1950–51 FC Barcelona 4–1 RCD Espanyol
1951–52 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
1952–53 FC Barcelona 2–1 RCD Espanyol
1953–54 FC Barcelona 1–4 RCD Espanyol
1954–55 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1955–56 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1956–57 FC Barcelona 1–1 RCD Espanyol
1957–58 FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol
1958–59 FC Barcelona 5–3 RCD Espanyol
1959–60 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1960–61 FC Barcelona 4–1 RCD Espanyol
1961–62 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
1962–63 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1963–64 FC Barcelona 5–0 RCD Espanyol
1964–65 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1965–66 FC Barcelona 4–2 RCD Espanyol
1966–67 FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol
1967–68 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1968–69 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1969–70 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1970–71 FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol
1971–72 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
1972–73 FC Barcelona 0–1 RCD Espanyol
1973–74 FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol
1974–75 FC Barcelona 4–1 RCD Espanyol
1975–76 FC Barcelona 5–0 RCD Espanyol
1976–77 FC Barcelona 4–2 RCD Espanyol
1977–78 FC Barcelona 1–1 RCD Espanyol
1978–79 FC Barcelona 2–1 RCD Espanyol
1979–80 FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol
1980–81 FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol
1981–82 FC Barcelona 1–3 RCD Espanyol
1982–83 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1983–84 FC Barcelona 5–2 RCD Espanyol
1984–85 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1985–86 FC Barcelona 0–0 RCD Espanyol
1986–87 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1986–87 FC Barcelona 2–1 RCD Espanyol
1987–88 FC Barcelona 3–2 RCD Espanyol
1988–89 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
1989–90 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1990–91 FC Barcelona 5–2 RCD Espanyol
1991–92 FC Barcelona 4–3 RCD Espanyol
1992–93 FC Barcelona 5–0 RCD Espanyol
1993–94 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1994–95 FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol
1995–96 FC Barcelona 2–1 RCD Espanyol
1996–97 FC Barcelona 2–1 RCD Espanyol
1997–98 FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol
1998–99 FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol
1999–00 FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol
2000–01 FC Barcelona 4–2 RCD Espanyol
2001–02 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
2002–03 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
2003–04 FC Barcelona 4–1 RCD Espanyol
2004–05 FC Barcelona 0–0 RCD Espanyol
2005–06 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
2006–07 FC Barcelona 2–2 RCD Espanyol
2007–08 FC Barcelona 0–0 RCD Espanyol
2008–09 FC Barcelona 1–2 RCD Espanyol
2009–10 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
2010–11 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
2011–12 FC Barcelona 4–0 RCD Espanyol
2012–13 FC Barcelona 4–0 RCD Espanyol
2013–14 FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
2014–15 FC Barcelona 5–1 RCD Espanyol
2015–16 FC Barcelona 5–0 RCD Espanyol
2016–17 FC Barcelona 4–1 RCD Espanyol
2017–18 FC Barcelona 5–0 RCD Espanyol
2018–19 FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
FC Barcelona wins Draws RCD Espanyol wins
67 9 9
RCD Espanyol vs FC Barcelona
Season Home Team Score Away Team
1928–29 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1929–30 RCD Espanyol 4–0 FC Barcelona
1930–31 RCD Espanyol 4–4 FC Barcelona
1931–32 RCD Espanyol 0–3 FC Barcelona
1932–33 RCD Espanyol 2–1 FC Barcelona
1933–34 RCD Espanyol 3–2 FC Barcelona
1934–35 RCD Espanyol 4–1 FC Barcelona
1935–36 RCD Espanyol 1–0 FC Barcelona
1936–37 Spanish Civil War
1937–38 Spanish Civil War
1938–39 Spanish Civil War
1939–40 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1940–41 RCD Espanyol 3–1 FC Barcelona
1941–42 RCD Espanyol 5–2 FC Barcelona
1942–43 RCD Espanyol 1–3 FC Barcelona
1943–44 RCD Espanyol 1–3 FC Barcelona
1944–45 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1945–46 RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona
1946–47 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
1947–48 RCD Espanyol 2–1 FC Barcelona
1948–49 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1949–50 RCD Espanyol 2–2 FC Barcelona
1950–51 RCD Espanyol 6–0 FC Barcelona
1951–52 RCD Espanyol 1–0 FC Barcelona
1952–53 RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona
1953–54 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
1954–55 RCD Espanyol 2–4 FC Barcelona
1955–56 RCD Espanyol 0–3 FC Barcelona
1956–57 RCD Espanyol 2–0 FC Barcelona
1957–58 RCD Espanyol 2–1 FC Barcelona
1958–59 RCD Espanyol 0–3 FC Barcelona
1959–60 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
1960–61 RCD Espanyol 1–2 FC Barcelona
1961–62 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1962–63 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1963–64 RCD Espanyol 2–2 FC Barcelona
1964–65 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
1965–66 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1966–67 RCD Espanyol 2–0 FC Barcelona
1967–68 RCD Espanyol 1–0 FC Barcelona
1968–69 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
1969–70 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1970–71 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
1971–72 RCD Espanyol 3–0 FC Barcelona
1972–73 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1973–74 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
1974–75 RCD Espanyol 5–2 FC Barcelona
1975–76 RCD Espanyol 3–0 FC Barcelona
1976–77 RCD Espanyol 2–3 FC Barcelona
1977–78 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1978–79 RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona
1979–80 RCD Espanyol 2–0 FC Barcelona
1980–81 RCD Espanyol 1–0 FC Barcelona
1981–82 RCD Espanyol 0–4 FC Barcelona
1982–83 RCD Espanyol 0–3 FC Barcelona
1983–84 RCD Espanyol 1–0 FC Barcelona
1984–85 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
1985–86 RCD Espanyol 5–3 FC Barcelona
1986–87 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1986–87 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
1987–88 RCD Espanyol 2–0 FC Barcelona
1988–89 RCD Espanyol 2–2 FC Barcelona
1989–90 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1990–91 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
1991–92 RCD Espanyol 0–4 FC Barcelona
1992–93 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
1993–94 RCD Espanyol in Spanish Second Division
1994–95 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
1995–96 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1996–97 RCD Espanyol 2–0 FC Barcelona
1997–98 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1998–99 RCD Espanyol 1–2 FC Barcelona
1999–00 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
2000–01 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
2001–02 RCD Espanyol 2–0 FC Barcelona
2002–03 RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona
2003–04 RCD Espanyol 1–3 FC Barcelona
2004–05 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
2005–06 RCD Espanyol 1–2 FC Barcelona
2006–07 RCD Espanyol 3–1 FC Barcelona
2007–08 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
2008–09 RCD Espanyol 1–2 FC Barcelona
2009–10 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
2010–11 RCD Espanyol 1–5 FC Barcelona
2011–12 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
2012–13 RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona
2013–14 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona
2014–15 RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona
2015–16 RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona
2016–17 RCD Espanyol 0–3 FC Barcelona
2017–18 RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
2018–19 RCD Espanyol 0–4 FC Barcelona
RCD Espanyol wins Draws FC Barcelona wins
25 28 32

Cup Matches[edit]

Season Round Home team Score Away team Winning Team
1928–29 Semi-finals RCD Espanyol 2–0 FC Barcelona RCD Espanyol
FC Barcelona 1–1 RCD Espanyol
1935–36 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 2–1 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol
1939–40 Quarter-finals FC Barcelona 0–2 RCD Espanyol RCD Espanyol
RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona
1940–41 Round of 16 FC Barcelona 1-2 RCD Espanyol RCD Espanyol
RCD Espanyol 4–3 FC Barcelona
1941–42 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 2–3 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 3–2 RCD Espanyol
1948–49 3rd Place FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol FC Barcelona
1955–56 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 3–1 FC Barcelona RCD Espanyol
FC Barcelona 4–4 RCD Espanyol
1956–57 Final FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol FC Barcelona
1960–61 Round of 16 FC Barcelona 2–3 RCD Espanyol RCD Espanyol
RCD Espanyol 2–1 FC Barcelona
1963–64 Quarter-finals FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol FC Barcelona
RCD Espanyol 2–4 FC Barcelona
1969–70 Round of 32 RCD Espanyol 2–1 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 3–1 RCD Espanyol
1973–74 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 1–1 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol
1984–85 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol
1987–88 Round of 16 RCD Espanyol 1–3 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol
1995–96 Semi-finals FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol FC Barcelona
RCD Espanyol 2–3 FC Barcelona
2000–01 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 1–2 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 1–1 RCD Espanyol
2008–09 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 0–0 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 3–2 RCD Espanyol
2015–16 Round of 16 FC Barcelona 4–1 RCD Espanyol FC Barcelona
RCD Espanyol 0–2 FC Barcelona
2017–18 Quarter-finals RCD Espanyol 1–0 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 2–0 RCD Espanyol

Super Cup Matches[edit]

Year Home team Score Away team Winning Team
2006 RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona 3–0 RCD Espanyol

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup[edit]

Season Round Home team Score Away team Winning Team
1965–66 Quarter-finals FC Barcelona 1–0 RCD Espanyol FC Barcelona
RCD Espanyol 0–1 FC Barcelona

Players who played for both sides[edit]

Philippe Coutinho is the most recent player to have played for both teams

Individual records[edit]

30 March 2019

Women's Derbi barceloní[edit]

The women's teams of Barcelona and Espanyol are among the most successful in Spain, claiming 5 Primera División titles (Barça 4 / Espanyol 1) and 12 Copas de la Reina (6 each) between them since the 1980s. However, since lifting the cup in 2012,[17] Espanyol have not come close to winning either trophy, while Barcelona have grown stronger, building on their league victory that same season with three more consecutive titles and four cup wins in the six subsequent campaigns to 2017–18.[18]

As of 16:24, Saturday, May 25, 2019 (UTC)
Competition Pld BAR D ESP BG EG
Primera División[a] 32 15 5 12 69 59
Copa de la Reina 5 3 0 2 9 4
Copa Catalunya 14 6 4 4 29 18
Totals 51 24 9 18 107 81
  1. ^ Results since 2001–02

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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