FC Barcelona (youth)

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Futbol Club Barcelona Juvenil are the under-19 team of Spanish professional football club Barcelona and the final stage of progression in the club's youth academy commonly referred to as La Masia. The Juvenil A team play in the Group III of the División de Honor Juvenil de Fútbol where their main rivals are Espanyol, Damm and Mallorca.

They also participate in the national Copa de Campeones Juvenil and the Copa del Rey Juvenil, qualification for which is dependent on final league group position, and have taken part in the continental UEFA Youth League which they won in 2014 and 2018.

Juvenil A[edit]

Barcelona Juvenil A
Full nameFutbol Club Barcelona Juvenil A
Nickname(s)Barça
Azulgrana
Blaugrana
GroundEstadi Johan Cruyff, Sant Joan Despí, Catalonia, Spain
Capacity6,000
PresidentJosep Maria Bartomeu
Head coachFranc Artiga
LeagueDivisión de Honor
2018–19División de Honor Gr. 3, 2nd
WebsiteClub website

Current squad[edit]

As of 26 August 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Arnau Tenas
Spain GK Pol Tristán
Spain DF Ramon Vila
Spain DF Adrià Altimira
Spain DF Josep Busquets
Brazil DF Igor Gomes
Spain DF Mika Mármol
Netherlands DF Xavier Mbuyamba
Spain DF José Martínez
Spain DF Sergi Rosanas
Spain DF Antonio Sola
Spain MF Nico González
No. Position Player
Spain MF Antonio Jesús
Spain MF Ilaix Moriba
Spain MF Álex Rico
Spain MF Álex Sala
Spain MF Álvaro Sanz
Spain MF Oriol Soldevila
England FW Louie Barry
United States FW Konrad de la Fuente
Guinea-Bissau FW Ansu Fati
Spain FW Jaume Jardí
Spain FW Raúl Moro
Spain FW Nils Mortimer

Season to season (Juvenil A)[edit]

Seasons with two or more trophies shown in bold[1]

Superliga / Liga de Honor sub-19[edit]

: :Season: : Level Group Position Copa del Rey Juvenil Notes
1986–87 1 2nd Winners
1987–88 1 2nd Runners-up
1988–89 1 6th Winners
1989–90 1 3rd Runners-up
1990–91 1 2nd Runners-up
1991–92 1 3rd Round of 16
1992–93 1 3rd Runners-up
1993–94 1 1st Winners
1994–95 1 2nd Semi-final

División de Honor Juvenil[edit]

Season Level Group Position Copa del Rey Juv. Copa de Campeones Europe/notes
1995–96 1 3 3rd Winners N/A N/A
1996–97 1 3 2nd Runners-up N/A
1997–98 1 3 2nd Round of 16 N/A
1998–99 1 3 2nd Semi-final N/A
1999–00 1 3 1st Winners Runners-up
2000–01 1 3 1st Round of 16 3rd in group of 3
2001–02 1 3 3rd Winners N/A
2002–03 1 3 6th N/A N/A
2003–04 1 3 3rd Quarter-final N/A
2004–05 1 3 1st Winners Winners
2005-06 1 3 1st Winners 3rd in group of 3
2006–07 1 3 2nd Round of 16 N/A
2007-08 1 7 2nd Runners-up N/A
2008-09 1 3 1st Semi-final Winners
2009–10 1 3 1st Round of 16 Quarter-final
2010–11 1 3 1st Winners Winners
2011–12 1 3 2nd Semi-final Quarter-final 1st in group, Quarter-final
2012–13 1 3 1st Quarter-final Quarter-final 1st in group, Round of 16
2013–14 1 III 1st Semi-final Quarter-final 1st in group, Winners
2014–15 1 III 5th N/A N/A 2nd in group, Round of 16
2015–16 1 III 4th N/A N/A 1st in group, Quarter-final
2016–17 1 III 1st Quarter-final Quarter-final 1st in group, Semi-final
2017–18 1 III 1st Quarter-final Semi-final 1st in group, Winners
2018–19 1 III 2nd Quarter-final N/A 1st in group, Semi-final

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions
European competitions

Juvenil B[edit]

Barcelona Juvenil B
Full nameFutbol Club Barcelona Juvenil B
Nickname(s)Barça
Azulgrana
Blaugrana
GroundEstadi Johan Cruyff, Sant Joan Despí, Catalonia, Spain
Capacity6,000
PresidentJosep Maria Bartomeu
Head coachFranc Artiga

Current squad[edit]

As of 30 July 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Jorge Carrillo
Spain GK Pablo Cuñat
Spain GK Arnau Rafús
Spain DF Marc Alegre
Spain DF Alejandro Balde
Spain DF Damián Canedo
Spain DF Pelayo Fernández
Spain DF Carlos Gallego
Spain DF Gerard Gómez
Morocco DF Chadi Riad
Spain MF Jorge Alastuey
Spain MF Txus Alba
Spain MF Marc Casadó
Spain MF Josep Cerdà
No. Position Player
Spain MF Dani Cervera
Spain MF Marc Doménech
Morocco MF Zacarias Ghailán
Spain MF Joan González
Spain MF Diego López
Spain MF Brian Peña
Spain MF Arnau Solà
Spain MF Javi Villar
Guinea FW Saidou Bah
Spain FW Leo dos Reis
Colombia FW Juan David Fuentes
Ethiopia FW Anwar Mediero
Spain FW Fermín López

See also[edit]

References[edit]