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About the club

HC Barcelona Mens 1st XI is the higest mens team in all the mens clubs in Barcelona and plays in the Premier Liga de Nacional and have played in the top flight ever since it started and have won nearly every back to back titles and five trebles in all, they play at the Camp Nou Stadium in the city of Barcelona, Les Corts which sits around 99,354 spectators and is the biggest stadium in Europe and 3rd in the world to being the biggest.


The Team Itself

The team itselfs have over 17 internaional players from 8 different nations and 2 continents Europe and South America, the team is captained by England and world Cup, Confederations Cup and European Championship winning goalkeeper Milers Amadeus Prower, the team was orignally captained by Argentine Juan Lopez, before is red card and suspension of captaincy after his outburts during the 2013-14 EHF Champions League final which the catalan giants went on to lose to Bayern 1 - 0 in Lisbon at the Estadio da Luz with Barcelona midfielder Thomas Draslen scoring the winning goal for the German Champions to complete a first treble for the German side.


Despite losing losing two Champions League finals in all the other being against Russian Champions Zenit which resulted in Max Prower being red carder after an outburts with an offical despite two red cards in Chmpions League Finals Barcelona have gone of the owin four trebles in all and have been to have been the best hockey team in the world.


Players

1) ANDERS ALSBORG (GK) (DAN)

2) ROBERTO ALVARO (DEF) (BRA)

3) ADRIAN ENRIQUE (DEF) (ESP)

4) EDUARDO DE AGUSTO (DEF) (POR)

5) RENE JORGWEIN (DEF) (DEU)

7) JUAN LOPEZ (MID) (ARG)

8) ANDRES ASUAN (MID) (ESP) (VICE-CAPTAIN)

9) JUAN  CARLOS (FWD) (ARG)

10) MAX PROWER (FWD) (ENG)

11) DARIO GERARD (FWD) (ESP)

12) MILERS PROWER (GK) (ENG) (CAPTIAN)

13) JAN MARKUS(MID) (DEU)

14) THOMAS DRASLEN (MID) (DAN)

15) MARIO WEINSHAFT (MID) (DEU)

16) ANDRES DE RAUL (FWD) (ESP)

18) JAKOB FRITZ (DEF) (DEU)

19) DAMARIAS HELIGIKOS (FWD) (HEL)


MANAGER - CARLOS GAIZIETA (POR)