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Pep Guardiola is the most successful Barcelona manager (14 titles in 4 seasons).

FC Barcelona is a professional football club based in Barcelona, Spain, which plays in the Spanish league, La Liga. The first full-time manager for Barcelona was John Barrow. He was signed by the founder of Barcelona, and then director, Joan Gamper, and was dismissed four months later without winning a title.

Pep Guardiola is the most successful manager in terms of trophies. Guardiola was also the most successful manager in terms of trophies per year. In 2009, Guardiola's first year, Barcelona became the first club in Spain to win the treble of La Liga, Copa del Rey, and Champions League. Later they became the first football team ever to win six out of six competitions in a single year, thus completing the sextuple, comprising the aforementioned treble and the Spanish Supercup, European Supercup and FIFA Club World Cup.[1]

The second most successful FC Barcelona manager in terms of trophies won is Johan Cruyff, who won four La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey trophy, three Supercopa de España, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup trophy, one UEFA Champions League title and one UEFA Super Cup in his 8-year reign as manager.

List of managers[edit]

Johan Cruyff won La Liga four consecutive times as manager.

During the first 29 years of Barcelona's existence, from 1899 to 1928, Spain did not have a national football league. Barcelona competed in the championship of the Catalonia region, the winners of which qualified for the Copa del Rey along with the other regional champions.[2][3]

In February 1929, Spain's first national football league was formed, with Barcelona among the founder members.[4] The club also competed in the Campionat de Catalunya (Catalan Championship) until it was abandoned in 1940.[2] The Copa del Rey continued alongside La Liga.[5] Clubs continued to qualify for it based on their placings in the regional championships until 1940, when it became open to all teams in the top two divisions of La Liga and selected other teams.[6]

Name From To Honours # of honours Refs
Switzerland Joan Gamper 1902 1917 3 Copa del Rey, 1 Copa Macaya, 1 Copa Barcelona, 7 Campionat de Catalunya 12
England John Barrow 1917 1917
England Jack Greenwell 1917 1923 2 Copa del Rey, 4 Campionat de Catalunya 6 [7]
England Alf Spouncer[8] 1923 1924 1 Campionat de Catalunya 1
Jesza Poszony 1924 Dec 1924 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Campionat de Catalunya 2
England Ralph Kirby Dec 1924 Feb 1926 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Campionat de Catalunya 2 [9]
Austria Jack Dumby Feb 1926 Dec 1926 1 Campionat de Catalunya 1 [10]
Romà Forns Dec 1926 Mar 1929 1 La Liga, 1 Campionat de Catalunya, 1 Copa del Rey 3 [11]
England James Bellamy Mar 1929 July 1931 2 Campionat de Catalunya 2 [12]
England Jack Greenwell July 1931 July 1933 1 Campionat de Catalunya 1 [13]
Austria Jack Dumby July 1933 July 1934 [14]
Franz Platko July 1934 July 1935 1 Campionat de Catalunya 1 [15]
Republic of Ireland Patrick O'Connell July 1935 Mar 1940 2 Campionat de Catalunya 2 [16]
Spain Josep Planas Mar 1940 July 1941 [17]
Spain Ramón Guzmán July 1941 Jan 1942 [18]
Spain Joan Josep Nogués Jan 1942 June 1944 1 Copa del Rey 1 [19]
Spain Josep Samitier June 1944 July 1947 1 La Liga, 1 Copa Eva Duarte 2 [20]
Uruguay Enrique Fernández July 1947 May 1950 2 La Liga, 1 Copa Eva Duarte, 1 Latin Cup 4 [21]
Spain Ramón Llorens May 1950 June 1950 [22]
Czechoslovakia Ferdinand Daučík June 1950 July 1954 2 La Liga, 3 Copa del Rey, 2 Copa Eva Duarte, 1 Latin Cup 8 [23]
Italy Sandro Puppo July 1954 June 1955 [24]
Hungary Franz Platko June 1955 June 1956 [25]
Spain Domingo Balmanya June 1956 Apr 1958 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Fairs Cup 2 [26]
Argentina Helenio Herrera Apr 1958 May 1960 2 La Liga, 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Fairs Cup 4 [27]
Spain Enric Rabassa May 1960 June 1960 [28]
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubiša Broćić June 1960 Jan 1961 [29]
Spain Enrique Orizaola Jan 1961 June 1961 [30]
Spain Luis Miró June 1961 Nov 1961 [31]
Hungary Ladislao Kubala Nov 1961 Jan 1963 [32]
Spain Josep Gonzalvo Jan 1963 July 1963 1 Copa del Rey 1 [33]
Spain César Rodríguez July 1963 Oct 1964 [18]
Spain Vicente Sasot Oct 1964 June 1965 [34]
Argentina Roque Olsen June 1965 June 1967 1 Fairs Cup 1 [35]
Spain Salvador Artigas June 1967 Oct 1969 1 Copa del Rey 1 [36]
Spain Josep Seguer Oct 1969 Dec 1969 [37]
England Vic Buckingham Dec 1969 July 1971 1 Copa del Rey 1 [38]
Netherlands Rinus Michels July 1971 May 1975 1 La Liga 1 [39]
Germany Hennes Weisweiler May 1975 Apr 1976 [40]
Spain Laureano Ruiz Apr 1976 May 1976 [41]
Netherlands Rinus Michels May 1976 May 1978 1 Copa del Rey 1 [42]
France Lucien Muller May 1978 Apr 1979 [43]
Spain Joaquim Rifé Apr 1979 Mar 1980 1 Cup Winners' Cup 1 [44]
Argentina Helenio Herrera Mar 1980 May 1980 [45]
Hungary Ladislao Kubala May 1980 Nov 1980 [46]
Argentina Helenio Herrera Nov 1980 Jun 1981 1 Copa del Rey 1 [47]
Germany Udo Lattek June 1981 Mar 1983 1 Cup Winners' Cup 1 [48]
Spain José Luis Romero Mar 1983 Mar 1983 [49]
Argentina César Luis Menotti Mar 1983 June 1984 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Copa de la Liga, 1 Supercopa de España 3 [50]
England Terry Venables June 1984 Sep 1987 1 La Liga, 1 Copa de la Liga 2 [51]
Spain Luis Aragonés Sep 1987 May 1988 1 Copa del Rey 1 [52]
Spain Carles Rexach May 1988 May 1988 [53]
Netherlands Johan Cruyff May 1988 May 1996 4 La Liga, 3 Supercopa de España, 1 European Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Cup Winners' Cup 11 [54][55]
Spain Carles Rexach May 1996 May 1996 [56]
England Bobby Robson May 1996 June 1997 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Supercopa de España, 1 Cup Winners' Cup 3 [57]
Netherlands Louis van Gaal June 1997 May 2000 2 La Liga, 1 Copa del Rey, 1 UEFA Super Cup 4 [58]
Spain Llorenç Serra Ferrer May 2000 Apr 2001 [59]
Spain Carles Rexach Apr 2001 May 2002 [53]
Netherlands Louis van Gaal May 2002 Jan 2003 [60]
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radomir Antić Jan 2003 June 2003 [61]
Netherlands Frank Rijkaard June 2003 June 2008 2 La Liga, 2 Supercopa de España, 1 UEFA Champions League 5 [62]
Spain Pep Guardiola June 2008 June 2012 3 La Liga, 2 Copa del Rey, 3 Supercopa de España, 2 UEFA Champions League, 2 UEFA Super Cup, 2 FIFA Club World Cup 14 [63]
Spain Tito Vilanova June 2012 July 2013 1 La Liga 1 [64]
Argentina Gerardo Martino July 2013 May 2014 1 Supercopa de España 1 [65]
Spain Luis Enrique May 2014 May 2017 2 La Liga, 3 Copa del Rey, 1 Supercopa de España, 1 UEFA Champions League, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 FIFA Club World Cup 9 [66]
Spain Ernesto Valverde May 2017 2 La Liga, 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Supercopa de España 4 [67]

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General
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