Barcelona Femeni won their most recent El Clasico match against Real Madrid 5-0 to win the Spanish title with six games to go. When Madrid arrived at the Estadi Johan Cruyff on Sunday, they were 27 points behind Barcelona, and the gap between the two teams was obvious from the start.
The hosts led 2-0 at halftime thanks to a brace from Alexia Putellas, and goals from Patricia Guijarro, Babett Peter, and Jennifer Hermoso in the second half ensured they secured the Primera Division title in style.
Champions of Spain: Barcelona Femini
Barcelona Femini has already won the Primera Iberdrola for the third year in a row, claiming the domestic title in Spain. This season, the club has won each of its 24 games with a resounding victory. With an astounding + 130 goal difference, Lluis Cortes’ side is 22 points ahead of Real Sociedad in second place, and the club also leads the goals and assists tables.
With 19 goals, Asisat Oshoala leads the league, while her teammates Lieke Martens, Putellas, Hermoso, and Claudio Mina round out the top five scorers. Putellas and Martens are tied for first place with 13 assists each, while Caroline Hansen, Fridolina Rolfo, and Guijlarro are the three players behind them.
Femeni Aiming to Win Treble Again
In 2020-21, Barca Femeni became the first team in history to win the treble, and they are on track to do so again this season. The Blaugrana can now focus on their Copa de la Reina quarter-final match against Sociedad, with the league title already secured.
In the final eight of the Champions League, another meeting with Real Madrid looms huge, with Barca currently seeming unstoppable on both the local and European platforms. Bayern Munich, PSG, Arsenal, Juventus, and Lyon are among the teams still in contention.