Matchday 1 – 21 August 2011: Malaga – FC Barcelona
Matchday 2 – 28 August 2011: FC Barcelona – Villarreal
Matchday 3 – 9 September 2011: Real Sociedad – FC Barcelona
Matchday 4 – 18 September 2011: FC Barcelona – Osasuna
Matchday 5 – 21 September 2011: Valencia – FC Barcelona
Matchday 6 – 25 September 2011: FC Barcelona – Atletico Madrid
Matchday 7 – 12 October 2011: Sporting Gijon – FC Barcelona
Matchday 8 – 16 October 2011: FC Barcelona – Racing Santander
Matchday 9 – 23 October 2011: Sevilla – FC Barcelona
Matchday 10 – 26 October 2011: Granada – FC Barcelona
Matchday 11 – 30 October 2011: FC Barcelona – Mallorca
Matchday 12 – 6 November 2011: Athletic Bilbao – FC Barcelona
Matchday 13 – 20 November 2011: FC Barcelona – Real Zaragoza
Matchday 14 – 27 November 2011: Getafe – FC Barcelona
Matchday 15 – 4 December 2011: FC Barcelona – Levante
Matchday 16 – 11 December 2011: Real Madrid – FC Barcelona
Matchday 17 -18 December 2011: FC Barcelona – Rayo Vallecano
Matchday 18 – 8 January 2012: Espanyol – FC Barcelona
Matchday 19 – 15 January 2012: FC Barcelona – Real Betis
Matchday 20 – 22 January 2012: FC Barcelona – Malaga
Matchday 21 – 29 January 2012: Villarreal – FC Barcelona
Matchday 22 – 5 February 2012: FC Barcelona – Real Sociedad
Matchday 23 – 12 February 2012: Osasuna – FC Barcelona
Matchday 24 – 19 February 2012: FC Barcelona – Valencia
Matchday 25 – 26 February 2012: Atletico Madrid – FC Barcelona
Matchday 26 – 4 March 2012: FC Barcelona – Sporting Gijon
Matchday 27 – 11 March 2012: Racing Santander – FC Barcelona
Matchday 28 – 18 March 2012: FC Barcelona – Sevilla
Matchday 29 – 21 March 2012: FC Barcelona – Granada
Matchday 30 – 25 March 2012: Mallorca – FC Barcelona
Matchday 31 – 1 April 2012: FC Barcelona – Athletic Bilbao
Matchday 32 – 8 April 2012: Real Zaragoza – FC Barcelona
Matchday 33 – 11 April 2012: FC Barcelona - Getafe
Matchday 34 – 15 April 2012: Levante – FC Barcelona
Matchday 35 – 22 April 2012: FC Barcelona – Real Madrid
Matchday 36 – 29 April 2012: Rayo Vallecano – FC Barcelona
Matchday 37 – 6 May 2012: FC Barcelona – Espanyol
Matchday 38 – 13 May 2012: Real Betis – FC Barcelona
Also 8 players promoted to Barça B
Sergi Gómez: The 18 year old central defender spent the last season rotating between Barça B and Juvenil A. He made his first team debut in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup at Sevilla. He is a strong defender with good control of the ball. He has a very good sense of positioning and knows how to command the defense. He arrived five seasons ago from Mataró.
Oriol Rosell: An 18 year old central defender who has become a key figure in Juvenil A for coach Òscar García. In his first years at the club he acted as a pivot in midfield, but over time he has established himself in the back line of defense. Notable for his long passing ability and a very solid passing game both in defensive as well as in attack.
Albert Dalmau: A 19 year old right back who stands out for his offensive abilities. This season, the player from Sils has played two matches with Barça B. In his first team at the Club, Dalmau acted as a central defender, but he was soon moved to the side to exploit his power and speed on the wing.
Ivan Balliu: A versatile 19 year old defender. The player from Girona spent his early years in La Masia (infantil and cadet levels) as a defensive midfielder, but his speed and aggressiveness led the coaches to place him in defense, preferably on the wings. He’s right-sided, but Balliu can play on either side or in the center of defense. He was the Captain of the treble winning Juvenil A side. Luis Enrique gave him his debut in the reserves in the final stretch of the season.
Gustavo Ledes: An 18 year old Brazilian born Portuguese midfielder. Started on the left, but in recent seasons he has acted as a pivot in midfield. ‘Gus’ stands out as a good distributor of play and at the same time is excellent at recovering balls. Additionally, Gustavo has an excellent shot from distance.
Javi Espinosa: A 19 year old midfielder born in Talavera de la Reina. At the Club from the cadet levels, he has always been characterized by a refined technique. A specialist in ‘slalom’ runs and with a careful reading of the game, this season he has improved his commitment and effort in defending. He has already scored a goal in the Second Division with Barça B.
Rafa Alcántara who was already promoted to FC POLA'S BED earlier in this season: A left sided midfielder that is 18 years old, he spent this season in Juvenil A acting as a false ‘9’. At the Club from the infantil A level, he has already taken advantage of the opportunity of playing with Barça B, having played in 504 minutes in the Second Division in 10 matches. A hard worker, intense in attack and defense and with the ability to cover a lot of ground, Rafinha is also a technically brilliant footballer, with the ability to invent great passes.
Gerard Deulofeu: The 17 year old forward just completed his best season in Barça’s youth system. Working under coach Òscar Garcia, he has been able to fully exploit his ability to unsettle defenders. With great speed and a constant change of pace, combined with a fine eye for goal, Deulofeu has become an undisputed part of Juvenil A. The player from Riudarenes joined the blaugrana at the Benjamí A level.
I hope I didn't make any mistake with matching pics with names lol
ALSO WE BOUGHT SOMEONE. I KNOW I KNOW IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE BUT
Official: Kiko Femenia joins Barcelona for 3 years, plus an option for an extra year. His buy-out clause is 20M, 30M once he's promoted.
Isn't he cute?
Why did I make this post at the first place? Because I wanted to post them
Xavi werqing the new kit (looking rough tho. lets hope it's because of sex he is having)