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PLAYERS is a FC Barcelona players association project in collaboration with the Digital Area of FC Barcelona to bring together all the FC Barcelona players in one place. The starting point of PLAYERS is the big dictionary of Barça players. (Editorial, Base 2015) promoted by the FC Barcelona players association and FC Barcelona.
Agrupació Barça Jugadors
Agrupació Barça Jugadors
The FC Barcelona players association
The FC Barcelona players association is the association of ex FC Barcelona players. Since 1959, our mission has been to look after the club's players after their careers end, helping and accompanying them on a social, educational and, if necessary, financial level. We organize sporting, social and educational activities, both for our members and for the promotion of the values and history of FC Barcelona, whether in Europe or around the world.
In PLAYERS you will find
  • Every Barça player that has played for the first team, both in official and friendly matches.
  • The Barça players that have played in the youth system and are members of the FC Barcelona players association.
  • The women's team players.
  • The ex-FC Barcelona women's team players that are members of the FC Barcelona players association.
  • Official matches. On this website we have considered as official matches those that are part of official competitions organized by the Spanish football federation, the Catalan football federation, UEFA and FIFA. Statistical data of matches and goals are shown currently from the 1970-71 season to the present.
  • Friendly matches. We have counted as first team friendly matches those matches that a minimum of four first team players participated in.
FCB Players is a project that exists
and is fed largely through the collaboration of all. Any documental or informative contribution is welcome through of this form.
Agrupació Barça Jugadors
Authors of the photographs present in PLAYERS: Pedro Aguilar, Arolas, Bert, Àlex Caparrós, Paco Largo, Morera Falcó, Albert Olivé, Paredes, Germán Parga, Miguel Ruiz, Víctor Salgado, Horacio Seguí, Fernando Zueras, Ramon Dimas i Rafa Seguí.