Barcelona La Liga Fixtures: Despite a monetary upheaval at the club, so far the latest season has produced mixed results for the Catalans with still a lot of work to be done for the former Spanish midfielder. They started their La Liga campaign with a battle against Rayo Vallecano and in a lacklustre outing they ended up sharing the spoils of war after a 93rd minute for Sergio Busquets.
However, they were back to their scintillating selves against technically undercooked Real Sociedad where Xavi and his men ran riot, with Lewandowski bagging the opener of the night that was nullified by Alexander Isak within just 5 minutes. However, Dembele, Fati and Lewa scored in quick succession on the other side of the half to crush the Sociedad rebellion with an iron fist.
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Despite glimpses of ecstatic brilliance last night, Xavi’s unit hasn’t been to one of the finest starts that you usually expect. The team is lacking clarity in the midfield and with misgivings about Frenkie De Jong’s residence for the upcoming season, Xavi is still to strategise his midfield that should be going forth in the following season.
With all said and done, Barcelona has a string of difficult fixtures lying ahead and they will have to pull off a few decent efforts to get their wheels rolling. After a mixed start to their campaign, Barcelona will be engaged in a friendly against Manchester City to try and test how prepared they are for the hectic weeks ahead.
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They will be starting September with a battle against Sevilla that will need them to put their best foot forward given the recent growth of the latter of late. The remaining fixtures in the month include Elche and Cadiz with a reprieve towards the end of the month. However, October will see the real struggle coming forth with six humongous fixtures and the much-anticipated El Clasico.
With all said and done, here is Barcelona’s La Liga fixtures for the upcoming season that will witness the team putting forth a struggle of the finest.
Here is the complete list of Barcelona La Liga fixtures in 2022-23:
August 14 – Barcelona vs Rayo Vallecano (H)
August 21 – Real Sociedad vs Barcelona (A)
August 28 – Barcelona vs Real Valladolid (H)
September 4 – Sevilla vs Barcelona (A)
September 11 – Cadiz vs Barcelona (A)
September 18 – Barcelona vs Elche (H)
October 2 – Mallorca vs Barcelona (A)
October 9 – Barcelona vs Celta Vigo (H)
October 16 – Real Madrid vs Barcelona (A)
October 19 – Barcelona Villarreal (H)
October 23 – Barcelona Athletic Bilbao (H)
October 30 – Valencia vs Barcelona (A)
November 6 – Barcelona vs Almeria (H)
November 9 – Osasuna vs Barcelona (A)
December 31 – Barcelona vs Espanyol (H)
January 8 – Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona (A)
January 14 – Real Betis vs Barcelona (A)
January 22 – Barcelona Getafe (H)
January 29 – Girona vs Barcelona (A)
February 5 – Barcelona vs Sevilla (H)
February 12 – Villarreal vs Barcelona (A)
February 19 – Barcelona vs Cadiz (H)
February 26 – Almeria vs Barcelona (A)
March 5 – Barcelona vs Valencia (H)
March 12 – Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona (A)
March 19 – Barcelona vs Real Madrid (H)
April 2 – Elche vs Barcelona (A)
April 9 – Barcelona vs Girona (H)
April 16 – Getafe vs Barcelona (A)
April 23 – Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid (H)
April 26 – Rayo Vallecano vs Barcelona (A)
April 30 – Barcelona vs Real Betis (H)
May 3 – Barcelona vs Osasuna (H)
May 14 – Espanyol vs Barcelona (A)
May 21 – Barcelona Real Sociedad (H)
May 24 – Real Valladolid vs Barcelona (A)
May 28 – Barcelona vs Mallorca (H)
June 4 – Celta Vigo vs Barcelona (A)
Disclaimer: These fixtures are published as per the official website of Barcelona.