Ranking every player to wear No.11 for Barcelona since 1995
While Barcelona has been home to some world-class players over the years, only a few of them have worn the No.11 shirt.
Adama Traore has become the 13th player to wear the jersey since La Liga introduced fixed squad numbers for the 1995-96 season.
We’ve ranked every player to wear the No.11 shirt for Barcelona since then, from worst to best.
12. Angel Cuellar
After an injury-plagued debut season at Barcelona, Cuellar switched from the No.10 shirt to the No.11 ahead of the 1996-97 campaign.
He then started just six games in all competitions and made a further six appearances off the bench before returning to boyhood club Real Betis in 1997.
11. Yusuf Demir
Signed on loan from Austrian side Rapid Wien in 2021, Demir started just three games for Barcelona and made a further six appearances off the bench.
The 18-year-old was reportedly demoted to the Barcelona B and stripped of his No.11 shirt number before the loan deal was terminated in January 2022.
10. Maxi Lopez
Following an injury to Henrik Larsson in January 2005, Barcelona reacted by signing Lopez from River Plate for €6.2million.
He made his debut in a Champions League tie against Chelsea and had an immediate impact, scoring an equaliser with his first shot for the club.
But the Argentinian forward failed to build on that promising start, making just 14 La Liga appearances and scoring his only other Barcelona goal in a Copa del Rey win over Zamora.
After spending the 2006-07 season on loan at Mallorca, Lopez was then sold to Russian side FC Moscow in a €2million deal.
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— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) November 23, 2017
9. Jeffren Suarez
While Jeffren only made 13 appearances in all competitions in 2010-11, he did have one memorable moment in Barcelona’s No.11 shirt.
The winger famously came off the bench to score the fifth goal in Barcelona’s iconic 5-0 win over Real Madrid in November 2010, establishing himself as a cult hero at Camp Nou.