Sergi Roberto is one of the most versatile players in the squad and is known for his ability to get into the box

When Sergi Roberto was 14 years old he traded the town of Reus for La Masia. The ex-Nàstic Tarragona midfielder improved year after year until he became a crucial player for Luis Enrique’s Barça B team.

He continued to make the occasional appearance for the first team when required for the next two years, and was eventually promoted full-time to Gerardo Martino’s team in the summer of 2013, with the number 24 on his back. Under the Argentine coach, he played 27 matches, 17 in the league, 6 in the Copa del Rey and 4 in the Champions League.

The following year, now under Luis Enrique, Sergi Roberto appeared in 18 matches, 12 in the league, 2 in the Champions League and 4 in the Copa del Rey. His two goals that season were both scored in the Copa del Rey.

Sergi Roberto made his official debut for Barça on 10 November 2010 in a 5-1 Copa del Rey victory over Ceuta at Camp Nou. The versatile midfielder is now an experienced member of the season and in the 2017/18 he extended his contract with the blaugranes. He can play in midfield or at right back and he will be part of the Club's history thanks to his historic sixth goal in the famous 6-1 comeback victory over PSG in the 2016/17 Champions League. 

In the 2022/23 season the La Masia product added a 7th La Liga title to his honours in a season in which he played 33 games, scoring four goals and creating three assists. 

In his time with the Club the La Masia bred player has won 25 trophies with the first team. 

Place of birth
Reus, Spain
Date of birth
Club debut


  • Barça Honours
    La Liga
    2010/11 • 2012/13 • 2014/15 • 2015/16 • 2017/18 • 2018/19 • 2022/23
  • Barça Honours
    Champions League
    2010/11 • 2014/15
  • Barça Honours
    Copa del Rey
    2011/12 • 2014/15 • 2015/16 • 2016/17 • 2017/18 • 2020/21
  • Barça Honours
    Club World Cup
    2011/12 • 2015/16
  • Barça Honours
    European Super Cup
    2011/12 • 2015/16
  • Barça Honours
    Spanish Super Cup
    2010/11 • 2011/12 • 2013/14 • 2016/17 • 2018/19 • 2022/23
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