1908–09 FC Barcelona season

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FC Barcelona
1908–09 season
President Vicenç Reig
Joan Gamper
Campionat de Catalunya First
Campeonato de España Semifinal

The 1908–09 season was the 10th season for FC Barcelona.


The crisis of the Barcelona arrives at its higher point. After the summer of 1908 only they remained 38 associates. November 11, 1908 Vicenç Reig catches the presidency but leaves it December 2. It is then when Joan Gamper, in a meeting dramatics with only 20 assistants, decides to catch the reins of the company and to direct it for the first time in an official way. Gamper recovers associates door by door and March 14, 1909, under its determined impulse, the Barcelona inaugurates the first land of play in property, known like the Field of the street Industry or The Escopidora, situated in this via, today silence Paris, between Urgell and Villarroel. After three seasons without successes, the Barcelona earns the Championship of Catalonia without losing no party. It is decided to return al Championship of Spain (Cup of the King) to Madrid, but is lost the first party of semifinals before Spanish of Madrid (2-3).


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Joan Solà
Germany GK Udo Steinberg
Spain DF Francisco Bru
England DF James Morris
Spain DF Francisco Sanz
Spain DF Alfonso Almasqué
Spain MF Josep Quirante
Spain MF Romà Forns
Spain MF Joan Grau
Germany MF Tählman
No. Position Player
Germany MF D. J. Müller
France MF Henry Normand
Spain FW Enric Peris
England FW Charles Wallace
Scotland FW William White
Spain FW Miquel Puig
Spain FW Arsenio Comamala
Germany FW Buchlein
Spain FW Carlos Comamala


Torneig Catala De Futbol
Copa Sabadell
Concurs RCD Espanyol
Exposició de València
Campionat de Catalunya
Campeonato de España

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