|Tournament:||UEFA Champions League|
|Match Date:||18 Oct 2017|
|Start Time:||6:45 PM|
|Match:||Barcelona vs Olympiakos|
|Address:||C. Aristides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain|
Barcelona is definitely what its motto says “Mésque un club” [More than a club] for its hardcore fans. It is the symbol of the Catalan culture and has a global influence. The club has achieved 24 La Liga titles, 29 Copa del Rey titles, 12 Supercopa de España, 4 UEFA Champions League titles, a record 4 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, 5 UEFA Super Cups and a record 3 FIFA Club World Cup till now. It is always a pleasure to watch Barcelona play on the ground and when it comes to the ‘El Clasico’ it’s the superstar of the football tournament. And the global supporters of the club consider the home ground “Camp Nou” as their religious pilgrimage. It is the spirit of football which is carried by this Spanish giant since long back and they again started their La Liga season this year with a grand opening.
The fans of Barcelona got disheartened when Neymar transferred to PSG at the beginning of the season, thus breaking the famous MSN trio. They got even more depressed when Barca lost the Spanish Super Cup against their arch rival Real Madrid with 1-5 aggregate. But after all this, the team started the La Liga 2017-18 with a bang. And the fans are now expecting that they will get the league title this year.
Our high quality HD Barcelona Live Stream provides free and easy option for the fans of Barcelona to enjoy the matches of their favorite club. We will broadcast Barcelona live stream for you 15 minutes before the match starts. So don’t forget to check this page of Sporteology to get the excitements of the Barcelona Matches.
In the next five matches Barcelona will face 3 La Liga opponents and 2 Champions League teams to secure their place in the top place of the chart. After losing the Spanish Super Cup to Real Madrid, Barcelona is desperately trying their best to get their form back and is expected to do pretty well in the upcoming matches. Here goes the full detail of the next matches of Barcelona.
Competition: Champions League [Matchday 3] Date: 18th October 2017 [Wednesday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Camp Nou
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 9] Date: 21st October 2017 [Saturday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Camp Nou
Competition: Copa del Rey [Matchday 1] Date: 24th October 2017 [Saturday] 7:30 PM [GMT] Venue: Estadio Nueva Condomina
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 10]
Date: 29th October 2017 [Sunday] TBD
Venue: San Mamés Stadium
Competition: Champions League [Matchday 4] Date: 1st November 2017 [Wednesday] 7:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Karaiskakis Stadium
Here goes the entire detail of all the matches Barcelona played or will play in the new season of 2017-18. We will update the scores of each match regularly, so keep your eyes on the page to know the latest performance, live stream and scores of the Spanish giant Barcelona.
* All times are in GMT [Greenwich Mean Time]
|17.08.2017||Real Madrid vs. Barcelona||Spanish Super Cup||Santiago Bernabeu||2-0||FT|
|20.08.2017||Barcelona vs. Betis||La Liga||Camp Nou||2-0||FT|
|26.08.2017||Alaves vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Mendizorrotza Stadium||0-2||FT|
|10.09.2017||Barcelona vs. Espanyol||La Liga||Camp Nou||5-0||FT|
|12.09.2017||Barcelona vs. Juventus||Champions League||Camp Nou||3-0||FT|
|16.09.2017||Getafe vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Coliseum Alfonso Pérez||1-2||FT|
|19.09.2017||Barcelona vs. Eibar||La Liga||Camp Nou||6-1||FT|
|23.09.2017||Girona vs. Barcelona||La Liga||EstadiMontilivi||0-3||FT|
|27.09.2017||Sporting vs. Barcelona||Champions League||Estádio José Alvalade||0-1||FT|
|01.10.2017||Barcelona vs. Las Palmas||La Liga||Camp Nou||3-0||FT|
|14.10.2017||Atletico vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Wanda Metropolitano||1-1||FT|
|18.10.2017||Barcelona vs. Olympiakos||Champions League||Camp Nou||–||6:45 PM|
|21.10.2017||Barcelona vs. Malaga||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||6:45 PM|
|24.10.2017||Barcelona vs. Murcia||Copa del Rey||Estadio Nueva Condomina||–||7:30 PM|
|29.10.2017||Athletic vs. Barcelona||La Liga||San Mamés Stadium||–||TBD|
|01.11.2017||Olympiakos vs. Barcelona||Champions League||Karaiskakis Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|05.11.2017||Barcelona vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|19.11.2017||Leganes vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Estadio Municipal de Butarque||–||TBD|
|22.11.2017||Juventus vs. Barcelona||Champions League||Juventus Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|26.11.2017||Valencia vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Mestalla Stadium||–||TBD|
|03.12.2017||Barcelona vs. Celta Vigo||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|05.12.2017||Barcelona vs. Sporting||Champions League||Camp Nou||–||7:45 PM|
|10.12.2017||Villarreal vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Estadio de la Cerámica||–||TBD|
|17.12.2017||Barcelona vs. Deportivo||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|20.12.2017||Real Madrid vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|07.01.2018||Barcelona vs. Levante||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|14.01.2018||Real Sociedad vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Anoeta Stadium||–||TBD|
|21.01.2018||Betis vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Estadio Benito Villamarín||–||TBD|
|28.01.2018||Barcelona vs. Alaves||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|04.02.2018||Espanyol vs. Barcelona||La Liga||RCDE Stadium||–||TBD|
|11.02.2018||Barcelona vs. Getafe||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|18.02.2018||Eibar vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Ipurua Municipal Stadium||–||TBD|
|25.02.2018||Barcelona vs. Girona||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|28.02.2018||Las Palmas vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Estadio Gran Canaria||–||TBD|
|04.03.2018||Barcelona vs. Atletico||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|11.03.2018||Malaga vs. Barcelona||La Liga||La Rosaleda Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.03.2018||Barcelona vs. Athletic||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|01.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|08.04.2018||Barcelona vs. Leganes||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|15.04.2018||Barcelona vs. Valencia||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|18.04.2018||Celta Vigo vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Estadio Municipal de Balaídos||–||TBD|
|22.04.2018||Barcelona vs. Villarreal||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|29.04.2018||Deportivo vs. Barcelona||La Liga||EstadioRiazor||–||TBD|
|06.05.2018||Barcelona vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|13.05.2018||Levante vs. Barcelona||La Liga||EstadiCiutat de València||–||TBD|
|20.05.2018||Barcelona vs. Real Sociedad||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
Last 5 match results of Barcelona
Here we will update the recent five matches’ results of Barcelona so that you can always be updated about your favorite team. So keep your eyes on this page of Sporteology to know the latest results and highlights of the Spanish super club Barcelona.
Barcelona was in full confidence while starting the La Liga game against Eibar and they got their first success from Leo Messi in the 20th minute from a penalty. Paulinho then scored the second goal in the 38th minute followed by Denis Suárez’s goal in the 53rd minute. Sergi Enrich then scored the only goal for Eibar in the 57th minute which was then countered by Messi in the 59th minute. Messi’s hat-trick goal came in the 62nd minute followed by another in the 87th minute.
Barcelona started the La Liga game against Girona in quite a confident way and got their first success from an own goal by Aday in the 17th minute. They again got another own goal from Girona’s Gorka Iraizoz in the 48th minute. Luis Suárez then scored the third goal for Barcelona with a brilliant strike in the 69th minute. Girona failed to score any equalizer after that and the La Liga game ended with 3-0 score in favor of Barcelona.
In the Champions League match against Sporting CP, Barcelona had a narrow win against Sporting CP, as Sebastián Coates from the home team scored an own goal in the 49th min. Both the teams failed to score any goal for themselves.
In the La Liga match held at Camp Nou, home team Barcelona had a win with 3 goals. After a goalless first half, the match saw its first goal by Sergio Busquets in the 49th min, while the team’s star player, Lionel Messi scored two more goals in the 70th and 77th min. The away team failed to come up with a fitting response to this.
Barcelona started to create pressure on Atletico since the beginning of the match and got two yellow cards in the first half. Saúl Ñíguez scored the first goal for Atletico Madrid in the 21st minute with a powerful strike. In the second half, Barcelona got their equalizer from a superior attack by Luis Suárez in the 82nd minute of the match. The game ended as 1-1 draw between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.