Alexia Putellas is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for FC Barcelona and the Spanish national team. She was born on February 4, 1994, in Spain. Putellas started her football career at a young age and joined the youth academy of FC Barcelona. She made her senior debut for the club in 2012 and has since become a key player in the team. With FC Barcelona, Putellas has achieved significant success, winning numerous domestic and international titles, including several Spanish league titles and the UEFA Women's Champions League. On the international stage, Putellas has represented the Spanish national team since 2013. She has competed in major tournaments such as the UEFA Women's Euro and the FIFA Women's World Cup, where she has showcased her skills and contributed to the team's performances. Known for her technical ability, vision, and playmaking skills, Putellas is highly regarded as one of the top midfielders in women's football. She has earned recognition and accolades for her performances, including individual awards such as the UEFA Women's Player of the Year and the FIFA FIFPro Women's World XI. Off the field, Putellas is known for her humility and dedication to the sport. She is an inspiration to aspiring young footballers and an advocate for women's football.