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Víctor Valdés
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Personal information
Full name Víctor Valdés i Arribas
Date of birth 14 January 1982 (1982-01-14) (age 38)
Place of birth    L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Flag of Catalonia Catalonia, Flag of Spain Spain
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current club Flag of Catalonia UA Horta (manager)
Youth clubs
1992
1992–1995
1995–2000
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Flag of Spain Tenerife
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2000
2000–2003
2002–2014
2015–
2016
2016–2017
Total
Flag of Spain Barcelona C
Flag of Spain Barcelona B
Flag of Spain Barcelona
England Manchester United
BelgiumStandard Liège (loan)
England Middlesbrough
016 00(0)
077 00(0)
387 00(0)
0000(0)
0000(0)
028 00(0)
515 00(0)   
National team
2000–2001
2001
2001
2002–2003
2010–2014
2001–2014
Flag of Spain Spain U18
Flag of Spain Spain U19
Flag of Spain Spain U20
Flag of Spain Spain U21
Flag of Spain Spain
Flag of Catalonia Catalonia
011 00(0)
0000(0)
0000(0)
011 00(0)
020 00(0)
012 00(0)
Teams managed
2018–2019
2019
2020–
Flag of Spain Moratalaz (youth)
Flag of Spain Barcelona (youth)
Flag of Catalonia UA Horta
Víctor Valdés Arribas (born 14 January 1982) is a Spanish football coach and former professional player. As a player, he played as a goalkeeper.

He spent most of his professional career with FC Barcelona in La Liga, and is regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the club's history, having appeared in 535 official games for the club and won 21 major titles, notably six La Liga titles and three UEFA Champions League championships. Valdés also won the Zamora Trophy a record five times. He currently holds the club records as goalkeeper with most appearances in the league and in official competition, breaking Andoni Zubizarreta's records during the 2011–12 season. After leaving Barcelona at the end of his contract in July 2014, he joined Manchester United in January 2015.

Valdés made his full international debut in 2010 and earned 20 international caps. He was part of the Spanish squads which won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2012.

Honours

Clubs

Barcelona

International

Spain

Individual

Zamora Trophy
2004-05, 2008–09, 2009–10

External links

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Spain – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Winners (1st title)

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Marchena 5. Puyol 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. F. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Capdevila 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Pedro 19. Llorente 20. Martínez 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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Spain – UEFA Euro 2012 - Winners (3rd title)

1. Casillas (c) 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Juanfran 6. Iniesta 7. Pedro 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Negredo 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Llorente 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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Spain – 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup - Runner-up

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Azpilicueta 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Pedro 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Soldado 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Monreal 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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