Most people agree that the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner is the greatest player to ever grace the game. The star of a star-studded Barcelona team in the late 2000s and 2010s has been the 10-time La Liga, 4-time Champions League, and 8-time Pichichi trophy winner.

Lionel Messi  (seven-time Ballon d'Or winner)

One of the greatest midfielders in the history of the game is Xavi Hernandez. Before Lionel Messi overtook him earlier this year, Xavi had over 750 games played, which made him Barcelona's all-time appearance maker.

Xavi Hernandez  (current Barcelona manager)

Andres Iniesta of Barcelona is regarded as one of the greatest players to have ever graced the game, particularly since the turn of the century. With the Blaugrana, the diminutive midfielder enjoyed a brilliant career that spanned 16 dazzling seasons and over 700 matches.

Andres Iniesta  (2010 Ballon d'Or runner-up)

When the late Dutchman first arrived in Barcelona in the 1970s, he had a significant influence right away. The Blaugrana's first La Liga championship in almost a decade was made possible by the then three-time European Cup winner.

Johan Cruyff  (three-time Ballon d'Or winner)

Another player who had great success with Barcelona was Luis Suarez. The Atletico Madrid striker is one of Barcelona's all-time top scorers with around 200 goals in six seasons at the club.

Luis Suarez  (Barcelona's third-most prolific scorer)

One of the first true Barcelona superstars of the 21st century was Ronaldinho. The winner of the 2002 FIFA World Cup was crucial to Barcelona's 2005 and 2006 victories in the La Liga.

Ronaldinho  (2005 Ballon d'Or winner)

Similar to Stoichkov, Ronald Koeman was a key member of Barcelona's dream squad in the early 1990s. His 86 goals for the team would be the dream of many attackers. The former Barcelona manager is among the finest goal-scoring defenders in the history of the sport.

Ronald Koeman  (former Barcelona manager)

With over 600 appearances for the team and several championships, the 34-year-old is a bonafide Barcelona legend. He recently became the joint-most prolific goalscoring defender in Champions League history as well.

Gerard Pique

Early in the 1990s, Hristo Stoichkov was a notable member of Barcelona's dream squad that dominated Europe and Spain. Stoichkov, one of Bulgaria's all-time greatest players, was key to the Blaugrana's five La Liga championships in eight years as well as their 1991–92 European Cup victory.

Hristo Stoichkov  (1994 Ballon d'Or winner)