La Masia is the core of Barcelona youth framework, which situated close to the Camp Nou Stadium. It was set up in 1979 and presently used to foster the youthful players that have needed to pass on their families to prepare at Barcelona both in a donning and scholarly sense. Evidently they have an aggregate of around 260 youth players learning their exchange here - 90% of them are Spanish and in excess of 50% Catalans. Indeed the current Barca group have 12 first cooperative individuals who have come from the foundation. There are a few young people that had inhabited La Masia have proceeded to play for the primary group, like Josep "Kick" Guardiola (institute years 1984-90), Ivan De la Peña (1991-94), Carles Puyol (1994-98), Andres Iniesta (1996-2001), Víctor Valdes (1996-2000) and Lionel Messi (2000-04). แทงบอลรอง Kick was promoted as La Masia's most prominent item. An appealling player who played 43 covers for Spain and won a gold award at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. He drove the club to six La Liga titles, one Champions Cup in 1992 and two Spanish Cups. Puyol, a local Catalunyan, is the club current captain and heading towards his 250th game for the club. Anyway not every one of the alumni of La Masia secured themselves at Barcelona and some have moved to different clubs to propel their professions. These have incorporate de la Pena, Luis Garcia, Jose Manuel Reina, Mikel Arteta, Gerard Pique, Cesc Fabregas and Albert Luque. Fabregas, additionally a local Catalunyan, was convinced by Arsenal director's Arsene Wenger for a more brilliant and better-paid future at Arsenal, thus it has demonstrated since he joined the Gunners as a 16-year-old kid in September 2003.