2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
28-6-4, 2nd in Spanish Primera División
Assessing the fallout of Messi's tax fraud sentencing (0:52)
Nicol: Valverde the perfect fit for Barca (2:15)
FC Barcelona
9hChris Wright

Ronaldinho poses with fans Messi and Neymar

Ronaldinho returned to former club Barcelona on Wednesday, and took time to pose for photos with two very famous fans in Lionel Messi and Neymar.

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14hSam Marsden

Messi gets suspended sentence in tax case

Spain's Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a 21-month suspended sentence for Barcelona star Lionel Messi in his appeal over three counts of tax fraud.

1dSam Marsden

Munir, Mangala, Suarez to leave Valencia

Valencia have confirmed they will allow Munir El Haddadi, Eliaquim Mangala and Mario Suarez to return to their respective clubs after loan spells.

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2dAssociated Press

Former Barcelona president Rosell arrested

Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell has been arrested on Tuesday as part of a money laundering investigation, police have confirmed.

Luis Enrique: Barca were not consistent enough (0:17)
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3dSam Marsden

Barca's Sergi Roberto to be fit for Spain

His season isn't completely over yet, though, and he will still join up with Julen Lopetegui's Spain squad at the start of next month.

3dDermot Corrigan

Madrid wanted title more; typical Barca

Five thoughts from the final weekend of La Liga as Real Madrid were confirmed as champions and Atletico Madrid said goodbye to the Calderon.

How can Barca improve? (1:35)
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3dESPN staff

Messi's 4th Golden Shoe to match Ronaldo

Messi, 29, finished the Liga season as top scorer on 37 goals, giving him 74 Golden Shoe points with each goal worth two points in the table.

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3dSam Marsden

Luis Enrique: Barca 'not consistent enough'

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique bemoaned a lack of consistency earlier in the season as his side came up short in their bid to catch Real Madrid.

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3dSam Marsden

Messi, Barca have to settle for second

Lionel Messi and Barcelona rallied from 2-0 down to beat Eibar but it was all for naught, as Real Madrid handled Malaga to clinch the title.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference791st
Goals Scored1161st
Goals Conceded373rd