At the age of 14, Sergi Roberto left his hometown of Reus and joined La Masia. As an ex-Nàstic Tarragona midfielder, he made steady progress year after year until he became a vital player for Luis Enrique’s Barça B team.
Over the next two years, he made occasional appearances for the first team, and eventually, in the summer of 2013, he was promoted full-time to Gerardo Martino’s team with the number 24 jersey. Under Martino, he played in 27 matches, including 17 in the league, 6 in the Copa del Rey, and 4 in the Champions League.
In the following season, under Luis Enrique’s guidance, Sergi Roberto played in 18 matches, comprising 12 in the league, 2 in the Champions League, and 4 in the Copa del Rey. He scored two goals that season, both in the Copa del Rey.
Sergi Roberto made his official debut for Barça on 10 November 2010 in a 5-1 Copa del Rey victory over Ceuta at Camp Nou. He is now an experienced member of the squad and, in the 2017/18 season, he extended his contract with the club. He can play in midfield or at right-back, and he will always be remembered for his crucial sixth goal in the unforgettable 6-1 comeback win against PSG in the 2016/17 Champions League.
During his time with the club, the La Masia product has won 23 trophies with the first team.