Born in June 1997, Sergi Llorca comes from a roller hockey family with his father having played for the blaugranes between 1984 and 1992. Sergi began his career with his home town club of Caldes de Montbui before joining the youth teams at FC Barcelona in 2010.
After a successful passage through the youth teams he helped Barça B win the Copa de la Princesa and the OK League second division title in 2015/16 and was top scorer with 45 goals.
He made his debut for the first team in October 2013 at the age of just 16 in an 8-3 win against Tordera. Llorca continued to gain important playing time until the 2016/17 season when he went out on loan at Vic where he scored 11 goals in the league and won the Copa Intercontinental.
Before rejoining the blaugranes in the summer of 2020, he spent three seasons with Noia Freixenet in which he scored 69 goals in the OK League.
An international at youth team level, he made his debut for the full Spanish national side in 2018.
Sergi Llorca is a striker with moves well around the box and has a nose for goal. He has a rapid change of pace which allows him to play on the counter attack and he is a specials in direct free hits.
1 Copa Intercontinental (2015/16)
1 Copa Llatina (2017/18)