We take a look at Leo Messi's honours as he leaves FC Barcelona as the player with the most honours in the Club's history
The day that Leo Messi made his debut for FC Barcelona, 16 October 2004, the Club had won 61 trophies. On the day of his departure, the blaugranes have won 96. So 35 trophies in the Leo Messi era, the most glorious in the Club's history.
Wearing the Barça shirt, Leo Messi is the players who has won most trophies for the Club with 35, three ahead of Andrés Iniesta. The Barça number 10 league titles, 8 Spanish Super Cups, 7 Copas del Rey, 4 Champions Leagues, 3 Club World Cups and 3 European Super Cups.
The Argentine star has changed the face of football with the help of team mates such as Ronaldinho, Eto'o, Puyol, Xavi, Iniesta, Suárez, De Jong and Pedri, he has written the most successful chapters of the Club's history.
First trophy as a teenager
Messi's first taste of silverware came early on his career as he won the league title in 2005 under coach Frank Rijkaard. The following season he claimed another and played a part in the victorious Champions League campaign although he missed the final in Paris against Arsenal due to injury.
In the summer of 2008 Pep Guardiola arrived as coach and Messi became the undoubted leader of the team. The Argentine scored in the Champions League final in Rome against Manchester United helping to seal a historic treble for the blaugranes. Before 200 was out the team added the Spanish Super Cup, the European Super Cup and the World Club Cup to their collection.
Leo Messi, del confeti de la Liga 2004/05 al confeti de la Copa del Rey 2020/21
A new team and another treble
With Luis Enrique now as coach and with Luis Suárez and Neymar at the Club, Messi formed part of a fearsome three man front line which steered Barça to another treble winning season.
Copa del Rey, final trophy as a Barça player
The Argentine lifted his last trophy as a Barça player against Athletic Club in the Copa del Rey. Scoring in a 4-0 win on 17 April 2021, the player won his 35th title with the blaugranes, a legacy that makes him a living legend.