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FC Barcelona Goalkeeping records

FC Barcelona Goalkeeping records
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Clean sheets and goalkeeping records

FC Barcelona goalkeeping records 2019/20? FC Barcelona Goalkeeping records of all time? 

Here we have the all-time FC Barcelona goalkeeping records. Which goalkeepers did you grow up watching? Victor Valdes goalkeeping records? Marc-Andre ter Stegen goalkeeping records? Jasper Cillessen goalkeeping records? Jose Manuel Pinto clean sheets records?

Statistics correct to the end of the 2019 year.

FC Barcelona goalkeeping records of decade (2010-2019)

Season

Player name

Apps

Clean sheets

Goals conceded 

Minutes

19/20

Marc-André ter Stegen

23

7

24

2.070

19/20

Neto

1

0

1

90

18/19

Marc-André ter Stegen

49

23

43

4.410

18/19

Jasper Cillessen

11

3

13

990

17/18

Marc-André ter Stegen

48

24

39

4.320

17/18

Jasper Cillessen

11

8

3

990

16/17

Marc-André ter Stegen

46

17

47

4.140

16/17

Jasper Cillessen

10

3

9

900

16/17

Claudio Bravo

3

2

2

270

15/16

Claudio Bravo

35

18

23

3.148

15/16

Marc-André ter Stegen

26

9

27

2.313

15/16

Jordi Masip

2

1

1

180

14/15

Claudio Bravo

37

23

19

3.330

14/15

Marc-André ter Stegen

21

10

16

1.890

14/15

Jordi Masip

2

0

3

180

13/14

Víctor Valdés

34

17

25

2.993

13/14

José Manuel Pinto

26

8

23

2.318

12/13

Víctor Valdés

44

11

54

3.960

12/13

José Manuel Pinto

16

6

16

1.440

11/12

Víctor Valdés

52

25

42

4.680

11/12

José Manuel Pinto

12

7

6

1.080

10/11

Víctor Valdés

44

21

25

3.960

10/11

José Manuel Pinto

17

9

11

1.560

10/11

Rubén Miño

1

0

3

90

FC Barcelona Goalkeeping records information

Barca awards a clean sheet to the starting goalkeeper when the team does not concede in the complete match. Since the start of the decade, Barcelona have had 8 different goalkeepers in front of the goal.

Goalkeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen can shoulder much of the recognition for the eye-popping numbers, but he hasn’t done it alone. Up and down the lineup, Barca has shined, be it on attack, defense, or the midfield. Opposing teams don’t have the ball much, and when they do, the back line has been nearly impenetrable. But ter Stegen has turned in some stellar performances this season.

But another goalkeeper has marked this decade (2010-2019) and that is Barcelona legend Victor Valdes. He left Barcelona for the first time in the spring of 2014 it was with six league titles, three Champions Leagues, and an unrivaled record as the Blaugrana’s most successful goalkeeper of all time.

Although he had offers from several clubs in Spain to prolong his career, Valdes retired from professional football in August 2017; after remaining without a club for the first half of the 2017–18 season, he later confirmed his official retirement in January 2018.

FC Barcelona goalkeeping records

Barcelona players that have won the Zamora trophy for best goalkeeper in La Liga. Antoni Ramallets and Víctor Valdés are the goalkeepers that have won the trophy five times for Barcelona:

  •  Juan Zambudio Velasco: (1) 1947–48
  •  Antoni Ramallets: (5) 1951–52, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1958–59, 1959–60
  •  José Manuel Pesudo: (1) 1965–66
  •  Salvador Sadurní: (3) 1968–69, 1973–74, 1974–75
  •  Miguel Reina: (1) 1972–73
  •  Pedro María Artola: (1) 1977–78
  •  Javier Urruticoechea: (1) 1983–84
  •  Andoni Zubizarreta: (1) 1986–87
  •  Víctor Valdés: (5) 2004–05, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12
  •  Claudio Bravo: (1) 2014–15

Longest period without conceding a goal:

Víctor Valdés went 896 minutes without conceding a goal in all competitions in the 2011–12 season (from the 22nd minute of the 5th game to the 20th minute of the 12th game). Six games of the Spanish League and three Champions League games were played without conceding a goal.

Miguel Reina went 824 minutes without conceding a goal in the Spanish League in the 1972–73 season (from the 53rd minute of the 14th game to the 67th minute of the 23rd game).

Most clean sheets:

Víctor Valdés played 535 official games of which he maintained a clean sheet in 237 games, or 44.3% of the matches. The former record was held by Andoni Zubizarreta who played 410 official games of which he maintained a clean sheet in 173 games, or 42.2% of the matches.

Most clean sheets in a season:

33 in 2014–15: 23 kept by Claudio Bravo (all in La Liga), 10 kept by Marc-André ter Stegen 6 in Champions League and 4 in Copa del Rey.

Most cleen sheets registered by a keeper in a La Liga season:

23 kept by Claudio Bravo in 2014–15.

Goalkeeper with best average goals conceded in history:

Víctor Valdés in 2010–11 with an average of 0.50 goals (16 goals in 32 games).

Best unbeaten start:

754 minutes by Claudio Bravo in 2014–15.

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