Gerard Piqué's Career in Shirts

Gerard Piqué, for many years one of the world's best center backs, has announced his retirement from football this November. Aged 35, he played his last home match at Camp Nou this weekend, rounding off a distinguished career, which saw him win a World Cup, two European Championships, as well as multiple Champions League, domestic cup and league trophies.



Piqué's professional career began at Manchester United in 2004, joining Barcelona 2008, after having had a loan spell at Zaragoza as well.



He is currently Barca's fifth most capped player with 616 matches, trailing only Messi, Xavi, Busquets and Iniesta.

In cooperation with Football Kit Archive, we have created a full overview of Piqué's home shirts throughout the years.

Clubs



Manchester United 2004-05



Manchester United 2005-06



Real Zaragoza 2006-07



Manchester United 2007-08



Barcelona 2008-09



Barcelona 2009-10



Barcelona 2010-11



Barcelona 2011-12



Barcelona 2012-13



Barcelona 2013-14



Barcelona 2014-15



Barcelona 2015-16



Barcelona 2016-17



Barcelona 2017-18



Barcelona 2018-19



Barcelona 2019-20



Barcelona 2020-21



Barcelona 2021-22



Barcelona 2022-23

Spain

2009



2010



2011



2012



2013



2014



2016



2018



In August 2018, after the unsuccessful 2018 World Cup, Piqué announced his retirement from the Spanish national team. Between 2009 and 2018, he racked up 102 games, scoring 5 goals.



Piqué was involved in the most successful era of the Spanish squad, with a severe drop-off in performance at the 2014 World Cup.

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