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Name: Torras
Position: Ala-tanca
Place of birth: Sant Vicenç dels Horts (Barcelona)
Date of birth: 24 September 1980
Height: 183 cm
Weight: 86 kg
Shirt nº: 3

Jordi Torras Badosa

Jordi Torras Badosa is back at the club where it all started, Barça, after enjoying success with one of the División de Honor’s biggest teams. He is a defensive winger with the ability to score goals.

Jordi Torras started playing futsal at Palma de Cervelló, but spent most of his youth years at FC Barcelona, and made his first team debut at the age of 16. Hr remained from 1996 to 2003, before joining another Catalan club Miró Martorell. At the time, Barça’s futsal team was still only semi professional and Torras was aiming for bigger things, playing for a club that alternated between the top flight and second tier of the Spanish game.

In a year at Martorell he wan the Copa Catalunya (which he had already won in 2000 with FCB), and was then signed by Polaris World Cartagena, one of the top teams in the División de Honor, and where he gained experience before changing again, this time to Inter Movistar. That was when the biggest titles started coming his way. In Madrid, Torras won everything, a Liga title, the Spanish Cup, the Super Cup and the UEFA Futsal Cup. With such success also came a regular place in the Spanish national squad.

After seven seasons at the highest level, he is returning to FC Barcelona where the section is now fully professional and aiming for the very top. “Coming back to Barça is a homecoming. I am coming to a club with a great project and whose ultimate aim is to win titles”, he said on signing for his new club.


Jordi Torras is a defensive minded player although in his early days at Barça he was used in attack. He moves down the left wing, and often breaks through on goal. Over the years, he has become more and more defensive, and provides stability at the back, although it is still not unknown for him to launch a run through into attack. In deed, last season he scored 15 goals in the regular season for Inter.


1996/03: FC Barcelona
2003-04: Miró Martorell
2004-07: Polaris World Cartagena
2007-10: Inter Movistar


Inter Movistar
2009: Spanish Super Cup
2009: Spanish Cup

2009: UEFA Futsal Cup
2008: Intercontinental Cup
2008: European Cup Winners Cup
2007/08: Liga
2007: Spanish Super Cup

Miró Martorell
2003: Copa Catalunya

FC Barcelona
2011 League
2011 King Cup
2011 Spanish Cup
2010 Copa Catalunya
2000 Copa Catalunya

Spanish national side
2010 European Cup, Hungary
2008 World Cup, silver. Brazil
2007 European Cup, Portugal
2005 European Cup, Czech Republic
2004 World Cup, China-Taipei

Personal titles
2008/09: Best defensive winger in the LNFS

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