Real Madrid vs Barcelona - El Clasico Head to Head Record
- Barcelona and Real Madrid are the most successful clubs in Spain
- Matches involving these rivals are known as El Clasico
- These clubs first met competitively in the 1916 Copa del Rey
- Real Madrid have a narrow 101-99 advantage against Barcelona in 252 competitive matches
Lionel Messi celebrates during the El Clasico in 2017 (Getty Images)
El Clasico Head to Head
Real Madrid have a narrow 101-99 advantage against Barcelona with 52 draws in 252 competitive matches.
El Clasico La Liga Record
FC Barcelona and Real Madrid CF have met each other in every La Liga season since its inception in 1929. They are two of the only three inaugural members never been relegated from the Primera División alongside Athletico Bilbao.
The head to head record in La Liga is very close after 181 matches, Real Madrid edging Barcelona 74-72 with 35 draws.
Total La Liga Matches
|Real Madrid Wins||77|
|Real Madrid Goals||298|
La Liga Home and Away record
In La Liga home fixtures Real Madrid have won 54 matches with 15 draws and 22 defeats. Barcelona have won 50 La Liga matches at home with 20 draws and 20 defeats.
|Team||Home Wins||Home Draws||Home Losses||Goals For||Goals Against|
El Clasico Copa del Rey record
The Spanish Cup or Copa del Rey is the oldest competition Spain with Barcelona and Real Madrid meeting for the first time in 1916. They required four matches to decide who advanced to the Copa del Rey final with two replays following home and away fixtures.
The last time these clubs met in the Copa del Rey was the 2018-19 semi-finals. The first leg at Camp Nou saw 92008 spectators witness a 1-1 draw. Lucas Vázquez put Los Blancos ahead in the 6th minute before Malcom's equaliser.
The second leg at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu saw Barcelona win 3-0 with Luis Suárez scoring twice either side of a Raphael Varane own goal.
|Total Copa del Rey Matches||36|
|Real Madrid Wins||12|
|Real Madrid Goals||65|
El Clasico Copa del Rey Home and Away record
|Team||Home Wins||Home Draws||Home Losses||Other Venus Wins|
El Clasico Spanish Super Cup record
The Supercopa de España or Spanish Super Cup is contested each season by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey. Established in 1982, it has been an El Clasico seven times with Real Madrid victorious on six occasions to one.
They last met in the 2017-18 Spanish Super Cup with Real Madrid winning 3-1 in Barcelona before a 2-0 win in Madrid in the second leg for a 5-1 aggregate win.
|Total Spanish Super Cup Matches||16|
|Real Madrid Wins||9|
|Real Madrid Goals||34|
El Clasico Spanish Super Cup Record
|Team||Home Wins||Home Draws||Home Losses||Other Venue Wins|
El Clasico UEFA Champions League Record
Unsurprisingly, Spain’s two top clubs have also met in the most prestigious club tournament in world football, the Champions League which was known as the European Cup prior to 1992.
They have met four times; 1959-60, 1960-61, 2001-02 and 2010-11 with two wins each.
|Total UEFA Champions League Matches||8|
|Real Madrid Wins||3|
|Real Madrid Goals||13|
El Clasico UEFA Champions League Home and Away record
|Team||Home Wins||Home Draws||Home Losses|
El Clasico History
These clubs first met competitively in the 1916 Copa del Rey with four matches played to see which club advanced to the final against Athletic Bilbao.
Real Madrid legend Santiago Bernabéu scored in every match with six goals in total, including one in the second replay to take Los Blancos through to the final with a 4-2 win.
The history between these clubs is bloody. In 1936 Spanish dictator Francisco Franco’s troops arrested and executed Josep Sunyol, president of Barcelona and member of the Republican Left of Catalonia.
El Clasico used to refer only to meetings in the Spanish championship, but these days the term includes every match between Barcelona and Real Madrid, such as UEFA Champions League, Copa del Rey and Super Cups.
These clubs are two of the richest and most successful clubs in world football, with huge global fanbases and a big influence on social media.
The fixture is known for a no holds barred attitude and has featured some memorable goal celebrations, including Ronaldo’s famous shirt celebration at Camp Nou in August 2017.
Ronaldo took off his shirt after scoring to put Real Madrid 2-1 up in the Spanish Super Cup first-leg tie. Ironically, Ronaldo was sent off just minutes later for diving.
Ronaldo was imitating Lionel Messi's celebration at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2016, part of another great player rivalry in El Clasico, arguably the best player rivalry in football history.
Messi is the highest scorer in El Clasico’s with 26 goals, Cristiano Ronaldo tied with Alfredo Di Stefano on 18 goals with Raúl next best with 15 El Clasico goals.
El Clasico Head to Head FAQ
Who has won the most El Clasico's?
Real Madrid have won 101 El Clasico's with Barcelona winning 99 in 252 competitive matches with 52 draws.
What is El Clasico?
El Clasico is the term used to describe football matches between Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Where is EL Clasico played?
El Clasico matches between Real Madrid and Barcelona are normally played at Camp Nou in Barcelona or Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid.
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