UEFA: The list of Barcelona players selected for the Champions League (Official)

The Champions League will make its comeback this September and Barcelona, already ready, has just sent a list of 27 players to UEFA.

The reigning La Liga champion club will be one of the highly anticipated teams in C1 this season. Upset in recent seasons in the European Cups, Xavi’s team is now very solid. With major recruits and the revelation of talents like Lamine Yamal and Fermín López, Barcelona should easily pass the group stage of the Champions League this season. Indeed, housed in Group H alongside FC Porto, Shakhtar Donetsk and Antwerp (first participation), Barça is the big favorite of the group.

The list of Catalans revealed

To erase the disappointments of recent seasons in the Champions League, Xavi’s Barça has just revealed the list of selected players sent to UEFA. In total, there are 27 players including 19 from the first team. “Beyond the 19 players of the first team, we find 8 members of Barça Atlètic, Ander Astralaga, Lamine Yamal, Ángel Alarcón, Marc Casadó, Fermín López and Aleix Garrido (Barça Atlètic) as well as Pau Cubarsí and Diego Kochen, of the Club’s U19A. They are part of list B, on which players born between 2003 and 2007, who have already been part of a list of players called up by Xavi, can be registered,” FC Barcelona communicated this Tuesday to explain the list.

Here is the complete list of the 27 Barça players, registered with UEFA for the Champions League editions 2023-2024.

Ter Stegen, João Cancelo, Balde, Ronald Araujo, Iñigo Martínez, Gavi, Ferran Torres, Pedri, Lewandowski, Raphinha, Iñaki Peña, João Félix, Christensen, Marcos Alonso, Oriol Romeu, Sergi Roberto, Frenkie De Jong, Gündoğan, Jules Koundé, Ander Astralaga, Lamine Yamal, Ángel Alarcón, Marc Casadó, Diego Kochen, Fermín López, Pau Cubarsí, Aleix Garrido.

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