Gerard Piqué Biography, Age, Height, Instagram And Current Teams

Gerard Piqué Biography

Gerard Piqué Bernabéu is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Barcelona and the Spain national team. He was born on 2 February 1987 in Barcelona, Catalonia. He is the son to Joan, a businessman, and his mother, Montserrat, the director of a spinal injuries hospital in Barcelona. He has a younger brother, Marc.

During the controversial 2017 independence referendum in Catalonia, he was seen by many as one of the public faces of the Catalan side of the argument, voting and tweeting his support in Catalan. He subsequently faced backlash from some Spanish fans for his support of the Catalan independence referendum.

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He started his career in FC Barcelona’s youth teams as a defensive midfielder, he decided to join Manchester United in 2004 for four years, before he signed his first professional contract with Barcelona club. The Premier League side did not pay a fee for Piqué as he was too young to have a professional contract.

He is one of four players to have won the UEFA Champions League two years in a row with different teams. He has also represented Spain, making his debut on 11 February 2009. He played an integral role in the Spain team that won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2012.

Gerard Piqué  Age

He was born on 2 February 1987 in Barcelona, Catalonia,he is currently 31 years old.

Gerard Piqué Salary

In the 2017 rankings of the highest paid soccer players in the world, Forbes placed Pique 19th with a salary of $14.7M and endorsement earnings of $3M. No salary details were released but a buyout clause of $600M was confirmed by the team. His current net worth is 5.8 million EUR.

Gerard Piqué Height

He is 1.94 m tall.

Gerard Piqué Wife

He started dating with Colombian singer Shakira in early 2011, the two met when he appeared in the music video for her single “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)”, the official song of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The couple share the same birthday.

Gerard Piqué House

With his wife Shakira, they bought a €5-million mansion in the Pedralbes area of Barcelona. According to the estate agency, Shakira’s and Gerard’s new home has three storeys, seven bedrooms, two kitchens, a gym, and a swimming pool with a waterfall.

It is very private, given that it is surrounded by gardens and dense trees, but from the first and second floor affords stunning panoramic views of Barcelona city.

Gerard Piqué House

Gerard Piqué Current Teams

He is currently playing for FC Barcelona, Spain national football team and Catalonia national football team.

Gerard Piqué Transfermarkt

08/09Jul 1, 2008£4.95m£4.50m
06/07Jun 30, 2007£3.60mEnd of loan
06/07Aug 4, 2006£1.58mLoan
04/05Jul 1, 2004£4.73m
Total Fees:£9.23m

Gerard Piqué Fifa 18

His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 87 with a potential of 87. Piqué has got a 2-star skill moves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His workrates are High / Medium. Piqué’s height is 194 cm and his weight is estimated at 85 kg according to our database. Currently, Piqué is playing with number 3. His best stats are: Interceptions: 88, Stand Tackle: 87, Marking: 86, Slide Tackle: 86, Composure: 86.

Ball Skills

Ball Control 78

Dribbling 59


Marking 86

Slide Tackle 86

Stand Tackle 87


Aggression 72

Reactions 84

Att. Position 58

Interceptions 88

Vision 62

Composure 86


Crossing 57

Short Pass 81

Long Pass 80


Acceleration 55

Stamina 66

Strength 83

Balance 42

Sprint Speed 73

Agility 58

Jumping 74


Heading 83

Shot Power 62

Finishing 64

Long Shots 51

Curve 58

FK Acc. 43

Penalties 69

Volleys 57


GK Positioning 15

GK Diving 10

GK Handling 11

GK Kicking 14

GK Reflexes 8

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Gerard Piqué News

Luis Enrique pledges ‘evolution, not revolution’ as Spain coach after World Cup disappointment

Updated: 19 July 2018

Spain’s new coach Luis Enrique said on Thursday that his tenure in charge of the 2010 world champions would be all about “evolution, not revolution” but the former Barcelona manager also promised plenty of surprises in his first squad.

Famous for their tiki-taka possession-based passing game, Spain struggled at this summer’s World Cup having been one of the favourites heading into the tournament.

Their preparations were left in disarray when coach Julen Lopetegui was sacked on the eve of the competition when it emerged he had agreed to join Real Madrid and Fernando Hierro took charge temporarily.

They recorded just one group stage victory against Iran and were then eliminated by hosts Russia in the last 16.

“There won’t be a revolution, rather an evolution. You can evolve a style of play without altering it, as I showed at Barcelona,” Enrique told a news conference.

“Football is a continuous evolution and we’ll look to do just that to the current idea we have. We can play good football, be aggressive, control the ball and hurt our opponents. There’s things we need to improve, too.”

Enrique, who coached Barcelona between 2014 and 2017 winning two La Liga titles as well as the 2015 Champions League, also intimated he would pick players on form and style of play, rather than on reputation.

“I can’t wait to announce my first squad; there’ll be plenty of surprises, that’s for sure. The first list I composed had about 70 players on it.

“It’s good for them to not know whether or not they’ll definitely be included or not and I’ve not spoken to any players yet.”


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