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FC Barcelona Squad

Goalkeepers

M. ter Stegen

Germany

31 years · 187.4 lb · 6 ft 1 in

Ander Astralaga

Spain

19 years · 169.8 lb · 6 ft 2 in

Iñaki Peña

Spain

24 years · 172 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Á. Yaakobishvili

Hungary

17 years · · 6 ft 0 in

D. Kochen
# 31 D. Kochen

USA

17 years · · 6 ft 2 in

Defenders

Íñigo Martínez

Spain

32 years · 167.6 lb · 5 ft 11 in

Pau Cubarsí

Spain

17 years · · 5 ft 11 in

João Cancelo

Portugal

29 years · 163.1 lb · 5 ft 11 in

Sergi Roberto

Spain

32 years · 149.9 lb · 5 ft 10 in

R. Araujo

Uruguay

24 years · 174.2 lb · 6 ft 2 in

A. Christensen

Denmark

27 years · 180.8 lb · 6 ft 1 in

Marcos Alonso

Spain

33 years · 185.2 lb · 6 ft 2 in

Héctor Fort

Spain

17 years · 172 lb · 6 ft 0 in

M. Faye
# 41 M. Faye

Senegal

19 years · · 6 ft 1 in

Alejandro Balde

Spain

20 years · 152.1 lb · 5 ft 8 in

J. Koundé

France

25 years · 165.3 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Midfielders

İ. Gündoğan

Germany

33 years · 176.4 lb · 5 ft 10 in

F. de Jong

Netherlands

26 years · 163.1 lb · 5 ft 11 in

Aleix Garrido

Spain

19 years · 138.9 lb · 5 ft 6 in

Fermín
# 16 Fermín

Spain

20 years · 141.1 lb · 5 ft 8 in

Pau Prim
# 40 Pau Prim

Spain

17 years · · 5 ft 10 in

Pedri
# 8 Pedri

Spain

21 years · 132.3 lb · 5 ft 8 in

Unai Hernández

Spain

19 years · 143.3 lb · 5 ft 7 in

Gavi
# 6 Gavi

Spain

19 years · 154.3 lb · 5 ft 8 in

Oriol Romeu

Spain

32 years · 183 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Marc Casadó

Spain

20 years · 145.5 lb · 5 ft 7 in

Attackers

Vitor Roque

Brazil

18 years · 172 lb · 5 ft 8 in

Ángel Alarcón

Spain

19 years · · 5 ft 8 in

Lamine Yamal

Spain

16 years · 158.7 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Raphinha
# 11 Raphinha

Brazil

27 years · 149.9 lb · 5 ft 9 in

João Félix

Portugal

24 years · 154.3 lb · 5 ft 11 in

Ferran Torres

Spain

23 years · 169.8 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Pau Victor

Spain

22 years · 169.8 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Marc Guiu
# 38 Marc Guiu

Spain

18 years · 180.8 lb · 6 ft 1 in

R. Lewandowski

Poland

35 years · 178.6 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Stats

FC Barcelona Player Statistics

NameA
Goalkeepers
M. ter Stegen 1350151500000200
Ander Astralaga 000002200000
Iñaki Peña 9001010001200000
Á. Yaakobishvili 00000100000
D. Kochen 000001400000
Defenders
Íñigo Martínez 68411741800300
Pau Cubarsí 4786512800000
João Cancelo 1612211925223400
Sergi Roberto 35764221131100
R. Araujo 1426181531610400
A. Christensen 13501918113601300
Marcos Alonso 16142211000000
Héctor Fort 9021111001000
M. Faye 00000000000
Alejandro Balde 1378181533501100
J. Koundé 1790222022411000
Midfielders
İ. Gündoğan 2018252234356200
F. de Jong 1476171701010700
Aleix Garrido 00000100000
Fermín 6481861271810200
Pau Prim 00000100000
Pedri 10471412210222300
Unai Hernández 00000600000
Gavi 943121021211500
Oriol Romeu 72518108101401400
Marc Casadó 000001500000
Attackers
Vitor Roque 1516151520210
Ángel Alarcón 00000000000
Lamine Yamal 133725131271233200
Raphinha 71717895935201
João Félix 10751814411442300
Ferran Torres 93121101171272200
Pau Victor 00000300000
Marc Guiu 1220201010100
R. Lewandowski 18602321252125400

Transfers

FC Barcelona Transfers

NameDateFromFee
Transfers In
C. Lenglet
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Aston Villa-
S. Dest
01 July 2024
01 July 2024PSVLoan
J. Araujo
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Las Palmas-
Ansu Fati
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Brighton-
Pablo Torre
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Girona-
C. Riad
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Betis-
Álex Valle
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Levante-
Estanis Pedrola
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Sampdoria-
Vitor Roque
02 January 2024
02 January 2024Athletico PR€ 40M
Transfers Out
João Cancelo
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Man City-
João Félix
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Atl. Madrid-

News

FC Barcelona News

Ex-Brazil star Dani Alves sentenced to 4.5 years in jail for rape

AFP · 5 hours ago

A Spanish court on Thursday sentenced former Brazil international Dani Alves to four and a half years in prison after finding him guilty of raping a young woman at a Barcelona nightclub in December 2022.

UEFA Champions League - Where to watch Napoli vs Barcelona on February 21, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 1 day ago

The first game in this tie promises to give fans quite a frew thrills. Follow the clash with this broadcast and streaming guide featuring only official broadcasters.

Barcelona identify highly-rated Premier League manager as no.1 candidate to replace Xavi this summer

Live Soccer TV · 4 days ago

According to a report out of Spain, Laporta and Deco are both in agreement over this candidate and are ready to hire him should the circumstances be right.

Man City vs. Chelsea, Inter vs. Atletico, and Napoli vs. Barcelona headline top live games to watch on Feb. 16-22, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 6 days ago

Brentford vs. Liverpool, Man City vs. Arsenal, Inter Milan vs. Atletico, Porto vs. Arsenal, and Napoli vs. Barcelona headline this week's list of must-watch games.

La Liga - Preview and broadcast details for Matchday 25: February 16-19, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 6 days ago

The Spanish top-flight returns to action with all eyes set on Real Madrid, Girona, and Barcelona. Keep

Barcelona ace heading for summer exit after failed contract extension talks

Live Soccer TV · 1 week ago

The club has reportedly sent an extension offer to the footballer's agents three months ago, but there has been no honest reply to it.

Ancelotti hits back at Xavi and Laporta over 'tampered' league claims

Live Soccer TV · 2 weeks ago

The Italian boss had a classy response to yesterday's words by Barcelona's tactician about how referees have been biased to favor Real Madrid.

About FC Barcelona

Barcelona, also known as Barça or Futbol Club Barcelona, is a Spanish professional football team based in the city of Barcelona, the capital of the Catalan region. Led by Joan Gamper, it was founded by a group of Catalan, Swiss, German, and English footballers and has gone on to become one of the most iconic institutions in the beautiful game due to its style of play, achievements on the pitch, and the number of iconic players that have donned its jersey.

Barcelona, nicknamed the Blaugrana, has enjoyed phenomenal success domestically, continentally, and internationally. In fact, the inaugural season in La Liga, Spain’s top-flight division, was held in 1929 and was won by the Catalan side. The team had to wait nearly 20 years for its second Spanish Primera Division crown, but by the end of the 21st century, the club had 16 titles to its name. This increased to 27 by the end of the 2022-23 season.

Furthermore, Barça also has a rich history on a continental and international level. While the club had to wait until 1991-92 for its first UEFA Champions League title, the Catalan side lifted this trophy an additional four times between 2005 and 2015. In 2009, it became the first Spanish team to win the treble after being crowned the UEFA Champions League, La Liga, and Copa del Rey champions. The team went on to win the Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, and FIFA Club World Cup that same year, thus becoming the first team in history to win the sextuple — winning six important national and international titles in a single season or year. In 2015, the Liga outfit won the treble again, though not the sextuple, and became the first European club in history to pull off this achievement twice.

The Blaugrana, a nickname that stems from the FC Basel-inspired shirts Barcelona wears, has been the home of several iconic players. The most well-known figure is Lionel Messi, the Argentine legend who graduated from the club’s fabled La Masia academy, but the list does not stop there. Diego Maradona and Ronaldo Nazário, who are also regarded by many as the greatest players to have ever existed, wore the Barça shirt, while the likes of Johan Cruyff, László Kubala, Ronaldinho, Rivaldo, Romario, Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Carles Puyol, and Neymar have all played key roles in the club’s rich history.

Likewise, Barcelona has been the home of some of the greatest managers of all time, including Johan Cruyff, who revolutionized the club’s style of play and its La Masia academy, as well as Sir Bobby Robson, Louis van Gaal, and Pep Guardiola.

Another crucial aspect of the Blaugrana’s history is its rivalry with Real Madrid. Not only are they the two top teams in Spain but they are also seen as two of the greatest teams in world football. Their encounters are known as El Clásico, one of the most beloved match-ups in the game. This rivalry reached a new height when Luis Figo controversially left Camp Nou for Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2000. Additionally, El Clásico saw Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, two of the greatest players of all time, go head-to-head on a pitch for nearly a decade in what was an unforgettable period for Spanish football.

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