Xavi’s Trophies: Listing the Titles the Spaniard Has Won in His Coaching Career After Barcelona Exit

Xavi’s Trophies: Listing the Titles the Spaniard Has Won in His Coaching Career After Barcelona Exit

Joel Reyes
May 24, 2024 at 2:30 PM
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  • Xavi has won a total of nine trophies in his young managerial career
  • He started his coaching career at Al Sadd, leading them to seven titles
  • He also found success at Barcelona, a team he played for before

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Xavi’s reign at Barcelona didn’t last long.

The Catalan giants sacked the Spanish manager after a trophyless 2023-24 season.

It wouldn’t be long, though, before he lands another coaching position, as the 44-year-old is a proven winner.

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Xavi looks on prior to the match between Barcelona and Rayo Vallecano on May 19, 2024. Image: David Ramos.
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Sports Brief looks at the trophies Xavi has won in his managerial career.

What trophies did Xavi win?

Al Sadd (2019-21, 7 trophies)

Al Sadd announced on May 28, 2019, that Xavi would take over as manager of their football club.

That proved to be a wise decision as the first-time coach delivered seven trophies to the Qatari side.

He helped Al Sadd win the Sheikh Jassim Cup in 2019, beating Al Duhail 1-0.

More trophies came the following year, with Al Sadd winning the Qatar Cup, the Emir of Qatar Cup, and the 2019-20 season of the Qatar Stars Cup.

Al Sadd successfully defended the Qatar Cup and the Emir of Qatar Cup in 2021 and also won the 2020-21 season of the Qatar Stars League.

Barcelona (2021-24, 2 trophies)

Xavi left Al Sadd that same year to become Barcelona's new manager. He replaced Ronald Koeman as coach in November 2021 after a string of poor results,

He finally worked his magic in his first full season with the club in the 2022-23 campaign. He helped the team win the Spanish La Liga title, with Barcelona finishing 10 points ahead of bitter rivals Real Madrid.

He also led Barcelona to the Supercopa de Espana title, with the Catalan giants beating Real Madrid 3-1 in the final in Saudi Arabia. Gavi, Robert Lewandowski, and Pedri scored the goals for Barca in that win.

Barcelona sack Xavi

Sports Brief recently reported on Barcelona sacking Xavi.

The club released a statement on Friday, saying that Barcelona president Joan Laporta has told Xavi he will not continue as coach for the 2024-25 season.

Sunday's game against Sevilla will be the last time he will coach Barca.

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Joel Reyes is a sports editor at Sportsbrief.com with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines. He has eight years of work experience in sports writing.