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Along with Athletic Bilbao , they are the only clubs in La Liga to have never been relegated. The conflict between Real Madrid and Barcelona has long surpassed the sporting dimension,   so that elections to the clubs' presidencies are strongly politicized.
The Story of Spanish Football , says about the match; "they hate each other with an intensity that can truly shock the outsider".
As early as the s, Barcelona "had developed a reputation as a symbol of Catalan identity, opposed to the centralising tendencies of Madrid".
Barcelona was on top of the list of organizations to be purged by the National faction , just after communists , anarchists , and independentists.
During the dictatorships of Miguel Primo de Rivera and of Francisco Franco, all regional languages and identities in Spain were frowned upon and restrained.
More than a club because of its alleged connection to Catalan nationalist as well as to progressive beliefs. The image for both clubs was further affected by the creation of Ultras groups, some of which became hooligans.
In , Ultras Sur was founded as a far-right-leaning Real Madrid ultras group, followed in by the foundation of the initially left-leaning and later on far-right, Barcelona ultras group Boixos Nois.
Both groups became known for their violent acts,    and one of the most conflictive factions of Barcelona supporters, the Casuals , became a full-fledged criminal organisation.
For many people, Barcelona is still considered as "the rebellious club", or the alternative pole to "Real Madrid's conservatism ".
In Catalonia, forces of all the political spectrum are overwhelmingly in favour of Barcelona. Nevertheless, the support of the blaugrana club goes far beyond from that region, earning its best results among young people, sustainers of a federal structure of Spain and citizens with left-wing ideology, in contrast with Real Madrid fans which politically tend to adopt right-wing views.
A campaign began in Madrid. Barcelona player Josep Valle recalled: Former Real Madrid goalkeeper Eduardo Teus , who admitted that Madrid had "above all played hard", wrote in a newspaper: Barcelona fans were banned from traveling to Madrid.
There, they were given a whistle. Others had whistles handed to them with their tickets. Barcelona's striker Mariano Gonzalvo said of the incident, "Five minutes before the game had started, our penalty area was already full of coins.
As Francisco Calvet told the story, "They were shouting: It was all set up. Real Madrid went 2—0 up within half an hour. Basilo de la Morena had been caught out by the speed of the goals.
In that atmosphere and with a referee who wanted to avoid any complications, it was humanly impossible to play If the azulgranas had played badly, really badly, the scoreboard would still not have reached that astronomical figure.
The point is that they did not play at all. The match report in the newspaper La Prensa described Barcelona's only goal as a "reminder that there was a team there who knew how to play football and that if they did not do so that afternoon, it was not exactly their fault".
Indeed, the 11—1 occupies a far more prominent place in Barcelona's history. This was the game that first formed the identification of Madrid as the team of the dictatorship and Barcelona as its victims.
Not, at least, until that game. With him, Madrid won the initial five European Champions Cup competitions. He told Barcelona teammates Luis Enrique and Pep Guardiola he was not leaving and they conveyed the message to the Barcelona squad.
On 9 July, Sport ran an interview in which he said, "I want to send a message of calm to Barcelona's fans, for whom I always have and always will feel great affection.
I'm not so mad as to do a thing like that. That would have effectively meant paying the fifth highest transfer fee in history to sign their own player.
Barcelona's new president, Joan Gaspart , called the media and told them, "Today, Figo gave me the impression that he wanted to do two things: Gaspart later admitted, "Figo's move destroyed us.
On his return to Barcelona in a Real Madrid shirt, banners with "Judas", "Scum" and "Mercenary" were hung around the stadium.
Thousands of fake 10, peseta notes had been printed and emblazoned with his image, were among the missiles of oranges, bottles, cigarette lighters, even a couple of mobile phones were thrown at him.
Figo was mercilessly taunted throughout; missiles of coins, a knife, a whisky bottle, were raining down from the stands, mostly from areas populated by the Boixos Nois where he had been taking a corner.
Among the debris was a pig's head. This has happened in three occasions. The match was dubbed by Spanish media as the "Match of the Century".
In , Laurie Cunningham was the first Real Madrid player to receive applause from Barcelona fans at Camp Nou; after excelling during the match, and with Madrid winning 2—0, Cunningham left the field to a standing ovation from the locals.
Both clubs have a global fanbase: Several accusations of unsportsmanlike behaviour from both teams and a war of words erupted throughout the fixtures which included four red cards.
Spain national team coach Vicente del Bosque stated that he was "concerned" that due to the rising hatred between the two clubs, that this could cause friction in the Spain team.
In recent years, the rivalry has been "encapsulated" by the rivalry between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. A fixture known for its intensity and indiscipline, it has also featured memorable goal celebrations from both teams, often involving mocking the opposition.
As seen below, Barcelona leads Real Madrid 93—89 in terms of official overall trophies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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