We compile a list of all the Barcelona jersey numbers for all the players in the squad from the current season.
Barcelona look on course for another successful La Liga campaign this season. The side is also in the final of the Copa del Rey this season, where they take on Valencia.
The side has been dominant throughout the league season, with Lionel Messi being the top goalscorer in the campaign. By the time of the publishing of this article, Messi had 32 goals in 28 league appearances.
We’ve compiled a list of Barcelona jersey numbers for the current season:
Barcelona number 1 – Marc Andre ter-Stegen
The German goalkeeper emerged as one of the best goalkeepers in the world during his time at Barcelona. ter-Stegen continues to be the side’s first-choice goalkeeper in the league, and has been key to various victories for the Catalan giants this season.
Barcelona number 2 – Nelson Semedo
The right-back joined Barcelona in 2017. In the limited time he has been at the club, he became the first-choice defender in the position.
Barcelona number 3 – Gerard Pique
One of the pillars of Barcelona defence for many years, Gerard Pique has been an important figure in the Barcelona dressing room. Pique has lifted various domestic and European titles with Barcelona during his time at the club, which dates back to his youth days.
He made a switch to Manchester United in the initial years of his career, but came back to the Catalan club in 2008.
Barcelona number 4 – Ivan Rakitic
The midfielder joined Barcelona in 2014 from Sevilla. He established himself as one of the prominent midfielders in the league during his time at the club.
Barcelona number 5 – Sergio Busquets
The midfielder, along with Andres Iniesta and Xavi, formed a brilliant midfield partnership at the club. After the departure of the two, Busquets emerged as the leader in the midfield.
Barcelona number 6 – Denis Suarez
Suarez is currently loaned out at Arsenal.
Barcelona number 7 – Phil Coutinho
Coutinho joined Barcelona in the winter transfer window in January 2018. While the Brazilian footballer has produced some impressive performances, he has so far failed to live up to the enormous price-tag.
Barcelona number 8 – Arthur
Signed in March 2019, he was named in UEFA Champions League’s Breakthrough XI of the group stage this season.
Barcelona number 9 – Luis Suarez
Luis Suarez has been brilliant for Barcelona ever since he joined the club in 2014. In this season, he is currently the second-highest goalscorer – both, for club and in the league.
Barcelona number 10 – Lionel Messi
Widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, Lionel Messi holds various individual and club records at Barcelona. He made his debut in 2005 and has since broken the club and league’s record for most goals.
Barcelona number 11 – Ousmane Dembele
After a fairly struggling season in 2017/18, Dembele stepped up in his second season at Barcelona. The initial few months of the current season were marred with controversies surrounding Dembele’s discipline, but the Frenchman made an emphatic return to form in the second half of the season.
Barcelona number 12 – Rafinha
Rafinha is a youth product of Barcelona, who made his professional debut for the side in 2011. However, the 26-year-old is yet to hold a permanent spot in Barca’s starting XI.
Barcelona number 13 – Jasper Cilessen
The Dutch keeper is currently the second-choice to Marc Andre ter-Stegen.
Barcelona number 14 – Malcom
Barcelona signed Malcom in the summer. Ernesto Valverde hardly used the player in the initial few months, but Malcom was slowly instated to the squad towards the second half of the season.
Barcelona number 15 – Clement Lenglet
The centre-back arrived with Malcom in the summer from Sevilla.
Barcelona number 18 – Jordi Alba
Ever since joining the side from Valencia in 2012, Jordi Alba has been an important figure in the left-back position for Barcelona. The Spanish defender is close to making 200 league appearances for Barcelona.
Barcelona number 19 – Kevin-Prince Boateng
The forward joined Barcelona in the winter transfer window.
Barcelona number 20 – Sergi Roberto
Another Barcelona youth product, Sergi Roberto has been an important squad player for the side, who can play as a full-back as well as a midfielder.
Barcelona number 22 – Arturo Vidal
The Chilean midfielder made a rather surprising move to Barcelona in the summer, but has since been impressive for the side.
Barcelona number 23 – Samuel Umtiti
The French World Cup-winning defender spent a major part of the season recovering from a knee injury. He remained on the bench for 126 days this season with the injury.
Barcelona number 24 – Thomas Vermaelen
The defender is another in the list who spent most of his Barcelona career on the sidelines with injuries.
Barcelona number 26 – Carles Alena
The 21-year old has been used by Ernesto Valverde significantly this season.