Andrés Iniesta

Andres Iniesta is a Spanish midfielder who plays for Vissel Kobe. Born on 11th May 1984, Iniesta came through the youth ranks at Barcelona and was promoted to the reserve team in 2001. Whilst spending his time playing for the Barcelona B team, the Spaniard completed his senior debut for the club in October 2002. The 2004/05 season was the start of something big, with Iniesta featured in 37 out of 38 league games as Barcelona won the league title. Since then, Iniesta has been an integral part of the Barcelona sides that won two historic trebles in 2009 and 2015 as well as winning 32 trophies in total which make him the most decorated Spanish footballer of all time. In 2009, Barcelona extended his contract until 2015 and his buy-out clause was raised to €200 million. Iniesta has also made over 100 appearances for his country, wining the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship twice with Spain.

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Spain
  Age:
36
  Birth Place:
Fuentealbilla
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Andrés Iniesta

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Spain
  Age:
36
  Birth Place:
Fuentealbilla
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Andres Iniesta is a Spanish midfielder who plays for Vissel Kobe. Born on 11th May 1984, Iniesta came through the youth ranks at Barcelona and was promoted to the reserve team in 2001. Whilst spending his time playing for the Barcelona B team, the Spaniard completed his senior debut for the club in October 2002. The 2004/05 season was the start of something big, with Iniesta featured in 37 out of 38 league games as Barcelona won the league title. Since then, Iniesta has been an integral part of the Barcelona sides that won two historic trebles in 2009 and 2015 as well as winning 32 trophies in total which make him the most decorated Spanish footballer of all time. In 2009, Barcelona extended his contract until 2015 and his buy-out clause was raised to €200 million. Iniesta has also made over 100 appearances for his country, wining the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship twice with Spain.