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One of Spain’s greatest and most decorated players ever, Xavi is a retired soccer player-turned manager and administrator.
He joined the famous Barcelona youth academy, La Masia at the age of 11 and was a key part of the Barcelona B team that gained promotion to Segunda División in 1998. He made his first team debut in May that same year and his La Liga debut in October 1998.
Best Known For
He is best known for his in-play vision, accurate passing, game control and as a midfield maestro for the Spain national team and FC Barcelona where he spent 17 glorious years at before moving to Qatari side, Al Sadd in 2015 and becoming the team manager in 2019.
He won 8 La Liga titles, 4 UCL titles as well as 2 UEFA Euro and the 2010 FIFA World Cup amongst many others.
Xavi is straight and has been married to Núria Cunillera since 2013. He previously dated Elsa Egea before
Xavi Hernández Creus and siblings, Dianalaura, Alex, Benny, Oscar and Ariadna are all the children of Joaquim Hernández and Maria Creus. He became a father to his adorable daughter, Asia in 2016 and to beautiful baby boy, Daniel in 2018.
Although it is not a topic Xavi has publicly discussed, he does acknowledge he believes in God. It is assumed that he is Catholic as is the major religion in Spain.
Worth To Know
He surprisingly has an acting credit after appearing in 2008 soccer dramedy, Carlitos and the Chance of a Lifetime.
In 2012, for his contribution to sports, he was honored with the Prince of Asturias Award.