99 Antonio García

Antonio García Robledo

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An experience player and a versatile one, he can play on the left or in the middle

Antonio García came to FC Barcelona in March of 2017. The long term injury to Lasse Anderson opened the door to the Catalan who joined the team from Danish club Kolding.

García was born in Catalonia in the town of La Llagosta on 6 March 1984. He began his handball career in his home town before moving on to join BM Granollers. From there he went to Ademar de León (2011/12) prior to a two year spell with Paris Saint-Germain.

His itinerant career continued as he joined Hungarian team Pick Szeged in 2014 before leaving for Kolding in 2016.

García has had success both domestically and with the Spanish national team. With Granollers he won the Pyrenees league in 2008 and with PSG he won the league in 2013 and the French Cup the following year.

With Spain he was world champion in 2013, a bronze medallist in the European Championships in 2014 and a runner up in the same competition two years later. 

Technical profile

Antonio García is an experienced and versatile player. A first line player, he can play at left back and in the middle. His ability to play in various roles make him important in attack and defence and his experience is one of the main reasons for his arrival at FC Barcelona.

García has played for many top clubs and has a host of experience at international level which has helped him settle in quickly at Barça. 

Honours

With FCB
Titles Amount Seasons
Copa del Rey 1 2016/17
ASOBAL League 1 2016/17
With national team
Titles Amount Seasons
Silver at the European Championships 1 2016
Bronze in the European Championships 1 2014
Gold at the World Championships 1 2013
Others
Titles Amount Seasons
French League 1 2013