Every Sergio Busquets goal for FC Barcelona

Sergio Busquets celebrates after scoring his first ever goal for Barça in 2008 / FCB
After the midfielder signed a new contract on Friday, let’s celebrate with a reminder of all the goals he has scored since making his first team debut in the 2008/09 season

Basel, 22 October 2008. That night in the northwest of Switzerland was a special one for Sergio Busquets. That was the night of his Champions League debut. Not only that but he scored a goal, his first ever for FC Barcelona. He’s scored eleven more since then, three in the UCL, seven in the league and one at the Club World Cup in Abu Dhabi. Especially memorable were his strike at the Camp Nou against Athletic Bilbao in 2008/09 and the last-minute finish last season to grab an important win at Valencia.

In this video you can enjoy all twelve goals that Sergio Busquets has scored in a Barça shirt.

Ten key stats from Sergio Busquets' time with FC Barcelona

Sergio Busquets in league action this season / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
The midfielder made his debut in 2008 and eight years later is third captain and one of the most important members of the team both and off the pitch

Sergio Busquets and FC Barcelona reached an agreement on Friday to extend the player’s contract, which was due to end in 2019, until 2021, with the option to extend it through to 2023. The midfielder has developed to become a central element of the Barça game-plan and this is a fitting moment to take a look back at ten key points from his career so far:

384 official appearances. Made his debut on 13 September 2008 at the Camp Nou under Pep Guardiola in a 1-1 draw with Racing Santander. That season, the team went on to win the double.


Those 384 games have been in six different competitions, broken down as follows: 247 in La Liga, 44 in the Copa del Rey, 76 in the Champions League, 9 in the Spanish Super Cup, 3 in the European Super Cup and 2 in the Club World Cup.


Third captain. His role in the team has grown as each season has gone by. After the departures of Valdés and Puyol, Sergio was promoted to fourth captain in the 2013/14 season, and moved up to third when Xavi Hernández left last summer.


12 goals for the first team. His duty has never really been to score goals, but he has netted a few in his time for the team. In fact, this season just ended is the only one in which he failed to find the target once.


23 titles. Sergio’s time at FC Barcelona has coincided with the club’s most successful period ever, and he has winners medals from 3 Champions Leagues, 6 Ligas, 4 Copa del Rey, 3 European Super Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups and 3 Club World Cups.


Becomes number five. On 1 August 2014, while the team was on a preseason camp at St George’s Park in Birmingham, it was announced that Busquets would be inheriting Carles Puyol’s number five shirt. Before that he had worn 28 and 16.


This season he played 53 games for Barça, the most he has ever played in a single campaign


Sergio Busquets has started in every one of the Copa del Rey and Champions League finals that Barça have contested between 2009 and 2016.


He made his 350th appearance for Barça this season in the 6-1 defeat of AS Roma at the Camp Nou.


He is also one of the stars of the Spanish national side, with which he has won one World Cup (2010) and one European Championship (2012).

Sergio Busquets proud to be appreciated at FC Barcelona

Sergio Busquets at an event on Friday for the Cruyff Foundation / GERMÁN PARGA - FCB
The midfielder describes his feelings after extending his contract with a club that “I want to help become even greater than it already is”

FC Barcelona’s Sergio Busquets is feeling delighted after renewing his contract with the club until 2021, with the option to extend it until the end of the 2022/23 season.

“I’m really pleased that we’ve reached an agreement” he says. “The club also did its part and I feel highly appreciated here. I feel great at the best club in the world and hope things stay that way. I hope injuries are kind to me and that I can continue to help make this club even greater still.”

Sergio had become a more and more important part of the first team both on and off the pitch, and that’s something that makes him feel immensely proud. “All the matches, all the titles, growing from a kid to being made one of the captains … All of that means a lot to me and I hope things carry on as well as they have until now, or even better.”

Sergio Busquets to extend contract with FC Barcelona

Sergio Busquets gives two thumbs up after Barça's Copa del Rey win in Madrid last weekend.  / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
Barça’s third captain made his debut with the first team on 13 September 2008

FC Barcelona has reached a tentative agreement with Sergio Busquets for the renewal of his contract for five seasons, until 30 June 2021. The agreement includes an incentive option for a two-year extension, based on the number of appearances he makes.

The contract has a €200 million buyout clause and will be signed in the coming days.

Sergio Busquets just finished eighth season with FC Barcelona, having become firmly established as one of the basic pillars of the team, both on and off the field. He appeared in 53 games in the 2015/16 season, under the orders of head coach Luis Enrique.

Big numbers

In his career, Busquets has played 384 official matches with the first team and has scored 12 goals. He made his debut under Pep Guardiola in the 2008/09 season, and has been racking up a stunning number of titles ever since. Overall, Busquets has won 6 La Liga titles, 3 Champions Leagues, 4 Copas del Rey, 3 UEFA Super Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups, and 3 FIFA Club World Cups.

Busquets has also been a key part of the Spanish national team in recent years, winning the 2010 World Cup and the UEFA Euro 2012.

Sergio Busquets profile

Sergio Busquets extends contract with FC Barcelona

Sergio Busquets gives two thumbs up after Barça's Copa del Rey win in Madrid last weekend.  / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
Barça’s third captain made his debut with the first team on 13 September 2008

FC Barcelona has reached an agreement with Sergio Busquets for the renewal of his contract for five seasons, until 30 June 2021. The agreement includes an incentive option for a two-year extension, based on the number of appearances he makes.

The contract has a €200 million buyout clause. The new contract will be signed in the coming days.

Sergio Busquets just finished eighth season with FC Barcelona, having become firmly established as one of the basic pillars of the team, both on and off the field. He appeared in 53 games in the 2015/16 season, under the orders of head coach Luis Enrique.

Big numbers

In his career, Busquets has played 384 official matches with the first team and has scored 12 goals. He made his debut under Pep Guardiola in the 2008/09 season, and has been racking up a stunning number of titles ever since. Overall, Busquets has won 6 La Liga titles, 3 Champions Leagues, 4 Copas del Rey, 3 UEFA Super Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups, and 3 FIFA Club World Cups.

Busquets has also been a key part of the Spanish national team in recent years, winning the 2010 World Cup and the UEFA Euro 2012.

Sergio Busquets profile

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