Xavi and Jordi Alba celebrate a goal / PHOTO: CARMELO RUBIO

Xavi Henández is the FC Barcelona player that has won the most titles in the history of the Club. The vice-captain has a total of 23 trophies in his personal collection: six Ligas, three Champions Leagues, two Copas del Rey, two European Super Cups, five Spanish Super Cups and two Club World Cups. To these we must add the 2010 World Cup trophy and the two European Championships won in 2008 and 2012.

Andrés Iniesta, with 22 titles, is the Azulgrana player with the second-most titles, counting Club and country honours.

Jordi Alba’s first major title

Jordi Alba, FC Barcelona’s newest addition and the surprise player in the European Championship, inaugurated his personal trophy cabinet after Spain’s historic win this Sunday over Italy. The left back will report to Tito Vilanova after a very successful summer. In addition to his first title, Alba also received the Gold Medal of Athletic Merit.

It’s worth mentioning that Vadlés, Busquets, Pedro and Piqué added the one title they were missing to complete their trophy cabinets. Xavi, Iniesta, and the injured Puyol and Villa, also boast every single possible title in their personal trophy hauls.

Furthermore, Iniesta, Cesc and Xavi are the only players on the team that have won the European Championship twice.