Match Center: Real Madrid CF vs FC Barcelona

Match Center

totalBarça’s Match Center has all you need for tonight’s CL game against Real Madrid. The match kicks off at 18:15 Barcelona time – find your local time here. If you’re looking for a high quality stream, check out our new partnership with

Check out the lineups, match events, streams and live chat, after the jump. As soon as the game is finished, you will be able to submit your ratings for the players as well. Welcome to the totalBarça Match Center – from pre-game to post, we’ve got everything you need for Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona.


totalBarça’s El Clásico wrap-up

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It’s been a painful two-week break with nothing on our minds but the game, but we’re finally there. Between injuries, tactics, and expectations, a lot has been discussed regarding the world’s greatest rivalry. What should we predict? Who will come out on top? Who is under more pressure? The totalBarça team, over those past two weeks, has been able to provide you with everything you might possibly need to prepare for el clásico. And now, with hours separating us from kickoff, allow the clásico fever to kick in and catch up on what you might have missed. Below is the complete wrap-up of everything el clásico.


Preview: The treble winners are in town


Dear Madrid, the tables have turned.

Sometimes I prefer the ‘underdog’ tag just because you get to see the disappointed look on the faces of those who doubted you, but being called ‘champion’ also has a nice ring to it. Last year, culés had to endure watching the men in white flaunt their long-awaited La Decima. FC Barcelona now arrive to Madrid with all of the bragging rights following a historic season that will surely be immortalized by the Camp Nou faithful. Despite the cries and the doubts, Barcelona are back in town to avenge the loss they suffered a year ago at the hands of the then European Champions.


Review: Neymar sinks the submarine

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FC Barcelona passed its final test before travelling to face Real Madrid with flying colors.

Villarreal CF have managed to sit on top of the league for a couple of rounds this season, edging Spain’s dominating trio and becoming the first team to do so in a long time. The Yellow Submarine arrived to the Camp Nou in fourth place with many anticipating a tough game or maybe even an upset, but that wasn’t the case. Last night, the brilliance of Neymar Jr. took over once again.


Preview: And then we rest


But before a two week stoppage in club football courtesy of another international break FC Barcelona must put in one last proper shift to culminate their excellent results in a trying September and October. The good news is that despite this season’s Villarreal team being formidable, Barça have not lost to the Yellow Submarine in 14 matches running and have additionally won 6 consecutive games at Camp Nou. Fortune favours the brave though its debatable how true such idiom holds against Barcelona.