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FC Barcelona Team Under-18s 2019/2020

FC Barcelona Team Under-18s 2019/2020
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Barcelona Team Under-18s

FC Barcelona Team Under-18s Development Squad 2019/2020

Who are the stars in the Barcelona Team Under-18s? How many Barcelona Team Under-18s prodigies do you know? How many of these extremely talented u-18 Barcelona team players will make it to the first team?

What do we know about FC Barcelona u-18 team? How are the players who play for FC Barcelona u-18 team? How many of the FC Barcelona u-18 squad players do you know? Let us delve a little into the past to know about them.

Barcelona is one of the most widely supported teams in the world, and the club has one of the largest social media following in the world among sports teams.

Barcelona players have won a record number of Ballon d’Or awards (12), with recipients including Johan Cruyff, as well as a record number of FIFA World Player of the Year awards (7), with winners including Ronaldo, Romário, Ronaldinho, and Rivaldo.

In 2010, three players who came through the club’s youth academy (Lionel Messi, Andrés Iniesta, and Xavi) were chosen as the three best players in the world in the FIFA Ballon d’Or awards, an unprecedented feat for players from the same football school. Additionally, players representing the club have won a record number (8) of European Golden Shoe awards.

Barcelona’s academy La Masia includes more than 300 young players. It has been a significant factor in Barcelona’s European success, and produced some world class players in the early 2000s.

Barca were serious about their approach of brewing talent rather than buying it and boy did they produce. Here we will take a look at the current FC Barcelona u-18 team for the season of 2019-20. The Barcelona u-18 team 2019-20 has a lot of talent.

Here is the FC Barcelona Team Under-18s 2019/2020 squad

Barcelona Team Under-18s

# Player Date of birth / Age Nat.
Coke Carrillo
Goalkeeper
Jan 7, 2002 (17) Spain
Pablo Cuñat
Goalkeeper
Apr 28, 2002 (17) Spain
Arnau Rafús
Goalkeeper
Apr 27, 2003 (16) Spain
Gerard Gómez
Centre-Back
Aug 2, 2002 (17) Spain
Carlos Gallego
Centre-Back
Jun 24, 2003 (16) Spain
Chadi Riad
Centre-Back
Jun 17, 2003 (16) Morocco
Damián Canedo
Centre-Back
Mar 8, 2003 (16) Spain
Pelayo Fernández
Centre-Back
Apr 29, 2003 (16) Spain
Alejandro Balde
Left-Back
Mar 18, 2003 (16) Spain
Marc Alegre
Right-Back
Apr 19, 2002 (17) Spain
Mika Juanola
Right-Back
Mar 4, 2003 (16) Spain
Dani Cervera
Midfielder
Mar 15, 2003 (16) Spain
Joan Gonzàlez
Midfielder
Feb 1, 2002 (17) Spain
Marc Doménech
Central Midfield
Nov 1, 2002 (17) Spain
Txus Alba
Central Midfield
Mar 31, 2003 (16) Spain
Marc Casadó
Central Midfield
Sep 14, 2003 (16) Spain
Arnau Solà
Central Midfield
Apr 4, 2003 (16) Spain
Javi Villar
Central Midfield
Mar 15, 2003 (16) Spain
Brian Peña
Attacking Midfield
Jun 20, 2002 (17) Spain
Jorge Alastuey
Attacking Midfield
May 14, 2003 (16) Spain
Josep Cerdà
Attacking Midfield
Feb 4, 2003 (16) Spain
Zacarias Ghailán
Left Winger
Jun 28, 2002 (17) Morocco
Spain
Fermín López
Left Winger
May 11, 2003 (16) Spain
Anwar Mediero
Right Winger
Mar 3, 2002 (17) Ethiopia
Spain
Saidou Bah
Right Winger
Aug 10, 2003 (16) Guinea
Juanda Fuentes
Right Winger
May 19, 2003 (16) Colombia
Spain
Diego López
Centre-Forward
May 13, 2002 (17) Spain
Leo Dos Reis
Centre-Forward
Jan 23, 2003 (16) Spain
Brazil

Players who have cracked the first team

Carles Puyol

The club captain of the modern Barcelona team, Carles Puyol arrived at La Masia as a 17-year-old before becoming one of the finest central defenders in the club’s history. In over 15 years with the first team, the retired legend has six La Liga titles and three European Cups, and he also has two European Championships and a World Cup to his name for Spain.

Andres Iniesta

If he didn’t play in the same team as Lionel Messi and Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta would be viewed as the finest Barcelona player of his generation. Although, third out of those three is nothing to sneeze at.

A playmaker who can operate both in the centre of the park and to the left of the attack, the veteran, who scored the 2010 World Cup-winning goal for Spain in South Africa, was integral to this decade’s Barcelona success.

Xavi Hernandez

Xavi Hernandez will go down as one of the best distributors of a football of all time. After entering La Masia as a 10-year-old, Xavi spent six years in the club’s youth set-up before making his senior debut in 1998.

He won eight La Liga titles, four Champions League titles, the World Cup and a pair of European Championships. Twice voted to third place on the Ballon d’Or ballot, he would almost certainly have claimed the award at least once if it weren’t for the duopoly of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Lionel Messi

By now, Lionel Messi’s story is well-known. In 2000, the then-Newell’s Old Boys youngster moved to Barcelona after the club offered to pay for his growth-hormone treatment. The rest, as they say, is history.

After spending four years at La Masia, Messi burst onto the scene in 2004, and by 2009 he was widely regarded as world football’s best player. The 32-year-old has already won the Ballon d’Or on six occasions, and in addition to numerous domestic and European titles, he has also scored more than 50 goals in a season on six consecutive occasions, hitting a high point of 73 in 2011-12.

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