With AC Milan and Barcelona having become very familiar with each other in recent seasons in the UEFA Champions League, FIFA.com looks back at some of the classic encounters between this pair of European giants.
Helenio Herrera was known as the mastermind of the catenaccio, but he left a legacy of far more than a tactical system popularised by the league titles and cups it won. Here, FIFA.com brings you the story of a revolutionary coach.
Officially named the Estadi del FC Barcelona during construction, Barcelona's home ground has always been popularly known as the Camp Nou. Acknowledging the significance of that name, during the 2000/01 season the club conducted a postal ...
Lionel Messi headlines a star-studded stats review that also features five-star Radamel Falcao, derby king Wayne Rooney, Japan 2012 hero Mohamed Aboutrika and Chile's latest champions.
Back on 19 September 1961, El Carbonero outdid Benfica to win the Intercontinental Cup for the very first time. FIFA.com takes a look back at how it played out.
FIFA.com recalls the brilliant and bizarre career of Ladislao Kubala, the only man to ever represent three countries who was named the greatest player in the history of Barcelona.