Goalkeeper Paco Sedano has spent the last seven seasons as one of Móstoles' key players as well as becoming a regular in the Spanish national team. At Barça he is confident that he will become a vital player for the team.
Paco Sedano was born in Madrid on December 2, 1979. After beginning his professional career with
Autos García-Coslada, the goalkeeper moved to PSG Móstoles at the start of the 1999-00 campaign and
has remained there up until opting to leave and join Barça Senseit. He did taste much success in
the major competitions with Móstoles, but has certainly made his name on the international stage
have helped Spain win the World Championships and the European Cup. In 2004 he was voted as best
player in the Community Cup in Madrid.
To leave Madrid and move to Barcelona was something that Sedano could not resist: "Coming to his club is a real step up in quality for my career," he said. "It is a test and a challenge. The short-term plan to make Barça one of the best clubs in the league was shown to me and it convinced me immediately to join."
He is a very strong goalkeeper and is impressive in one-on-one situations. Sedano also has great distribution of the ball and controls things in and around the area well. He has a great deal of experience at both club and international level and has psent many years playing in the División de Honor, where he has always been a regular.
1998-99: Autos García-Coslada
1999-07: PSG Móstoles
1999/00: Divisió de Plata winner
2004: World Championship winner (Chinese Taipei)
Community Cup winner
Best player in Community Cup in Madrid
2005: European Cup winner (Czech Republic)
2008: Catalan Cup
2009: Catalan Cup
2010: Catalan Cup
2011 Spanish Cup
2011 King Cup