Pep Guardiola’s Statistics as Barcelona Manager

Pep Guardiola

13 titles won and a 70% win rate are just a few of Pep Guardiola’s stats since his took charge of FC Barcelona’s first team.

Pep Guardiola started his career on the bench in 2007 when he took charge of Barça B when the team was in the Spanish Third Division. A year later, after having led the reserve side to Second Division B, the Catalan took the reins from Frank Rijkaard as the first-team manager. In his over 200 matches at the FC Barcelona helm he won 13 titles.

PEP GUARDIOLA’S TOTAL NUMBERS
– Matches: 242
– Victories: 175
– Draws: 46
– Defeats: 21
– Goals scored: 618 (2.55 per match)
– Goals conceded: 178 (0.73 per match)
– Winning % : 72.31%

PEP GUARDIOLA IN LA LIGA
– Titles: 2008/09, 2009/10 and 2010/11
– Matches: 148
– Victories: 113
– Draws: 24
– Defeats: 11
– Winning % in 08-09: 71%
– Winning % in 09-10: 81.5%
– Winning % in 10-11: 78.9%
– Winning % in 11-12: 73.5%

PEP GUARDIOLA IN THE KING’S CUP
– Titles: 2008/09
– Matches: 30
– Victories: 21
– Draws: 6
– Defeats: 3

PEP GUARDIOLA IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
– Titles: 2008/09 i 2010/11
– Matches: 52
– Victories: 31
– Draws: 15
– Defeats: 6

PEP GUARDIOLA: Other competitions (European Super Cup, Spanish Super Cup, Club World Cup)
– Spanish Super Cup Titles: 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2011/12
– European Super Cup Titles: 2009/10 and 2011/12
– Club World Cup Titles: 2009/10 and 2011/12
– Matches: 12
– Victories: 10
– Draws: 1
– Defeats: 1

Honours as manager
– 2011 FIFA Best Manager of the Year
– Best manager in 2009 and 2011 according to the IFFHS

– ONZE d’Or as best European manger in 2009 and 2011

– Best LFP manager in 2009 and 2011
– World’s best manager according to World Soccer in 2009 and 2011

– Royal Order of Athletic Merit 2010
– Gold medal from the Parlament de Catalunya
– 2009 Catalan of the year
– Santpedor’s favourite son in 2009

Source: FC Barcelona

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