1909–10 FC Barcelona season

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FC Barcelona
1909–10 season
President Otto Gmeling
Campeonato de España Champions
Campionat de Catalunya First
Pyrenees Cup Winner

The 1909–10 season was the 11th season for FC Barcelona.


In a full season of successes, the Barcelona earns the Championship of Catalonia (without losing no point), the Cup of the Oriental Pyrenees (an international competition among southern, Catalan, and Basque teams of France) and, for the first time, the title of Champion of Spain. In the end, disputed in Madrid, surpasses al Spanish of Madrid for 3-2, still losing 0-2 in the rest. The players are received effusively in Barcelona. October 14, 1909 Gamper leaves the presidency in the hands of Otto Gmelin but continues united al Club as the treasurer. The Barcelona each time has less foreign players and in the meeting only they remain two: Gamper and Witty.


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
Spain GK Lisard Peris
Philippines DF Manuel Amechazurra
Spain DF Francisco Bru
Germany DF Tählman
Spain MF Enric Peris
Spain MF Joan Grau
Spain MF Arsenio Comamala
Spain MF Joan Janer
Spain MF Francisco Sanz
Spain MF Leandro Aguirreche
No. Position Player
Spain FW Romà Forns
England FW Charles Wallace
Spain FW Antonio Llonch
Spain FW José Rodríguez
Spain FW Macià
Spain FW Domingo Espelta
Spain FW Ricard Graells
Spain FW Claudi Puigvert
England FW Percival Wallace
Germany FW Udo Steinberg


Concurs Espanya
Campionat de Catalunya
Campeonato de España
Copa dels Pirineus

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