The Catalans have won five trophies in the calendar year, including the FIFA Club World Cup, La Liga, the Supercopa de España, the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Super Cup.
In fact, the only competition that Barca failed to win was the Copa del Rey, which the Catalans had to settle for runners-up to bitter rival Real Madrid.
Nonetheless, it was a near perfect 2011 for L'equip blaugrana.
Tremendous play from Fabregas and Adriano leads to a peach of a goal from Leo.
It's a shame Afellay doesn't get the chance to play every week because he is undoubtedly one of the most underrated wingers in Europe.
It's safe to say that the 2011 Club World Cup got a little Messi for Santos.
This was a cracking goal from the world's best attacking full-back since Roberto Carlos' days with Real Madrid.
Good hit? I would say so.
The goalkeeper's reaction says it all. Simply unstoppable.
David Villa's strike was sheer class, but Ray Hudson stole the spotlight with his trademark emphatic goal call.
It's hard enough to beat Barcelona when they are on average form, but if they're scoring goals like this it's nearly impossible.
When your center-back can provide a moment of brilliance like this, you know you have the most technically gifted club in the world.
Messi and Sanchez are a potent combination. Expect them to link up on countless occasions in the future.
Since the arrival of Pep Guardiola, Barca have proved that possession is 9/10 of the law. This scenario was no different.
Arsenal fans around the globe can only shake their heads after seeing this one-two.
A typical Barcelona counter, a fantastic Dani Alves cross and the ball ends up in the back of the net.
The Catalan vice-captain punishes Jaime Romero for his clumsy challenge with a bending free kick.
What an entrance into the top 20 from Iniesta. This goal is probably the best of the bunch.
How cheeky can you be?
Clinical weak foot finish from Thiago. Just think, Arsenal could have had him and 25 million euros for Fabregas. Can you say howler?
When you have B team players of Cuenca's quality you know you've got a deep and talented squad.
I don't know what is more impressive, the way Alexis created the space for the shot or his inch-perfect finish.
Might as well Pique some recognition. Surely Manchester United are regretting giving up on the Spaniard so soon.