Rival Club Players

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Rival Club Players

I don't know of any website that has an exhaustive listing of players who've played for rival clubs. So I've created this page.

Players who didn't play for the senior team of both are denoted with an asterisk.

Spain

Deportivo and Celta

  • Goran Djorovic

Sporting and Oviedo

  • Ricardo Bango

Valencia/Levante/Villareal

Valencia and Levante
  • Fernando Giner (via Sporting / Hércules)
  • Vicente Rodríguez
  • Juan Luis Mora

Sevilla & Real Betis

  • Diego Rodríguez

Barcelona and Real Madrid

  • Albéniz, Alfonso (Barca to Madrid) (1911)
  • Amador, Lorenzo (Madrid to Hercules CF to Barcelona) (1980)
  • Bawab, Thaer (Madrid B to Barca B) (2007)
  • Celades, Albert (Barca to Celta Vigo to Real Madrid) (2000)
  • Comamala, Arsenio (Barca to Real Madrid) (1911)
  • Enrique, Luis (Madrid to Barca) (1996)
  • Eto'o, Samuel (Madrid to Real Mallorca to Barca) (2004)
  • Falqué, Iago (Madrid B - Barca) (2005)
  • Figo, Luís (Barca to Madrid) (2000)
  • Goyvaerts, Fernand (Barca to Madrid) (1965)
  • Hagi, Gheorghe (Madrid to Brescia to Barcelona) (1991)
  • Hoogervorst, Jeffrey (Madrid B to Barca B) (2006)
  • Lara, Daniel García (Madrid to Real Mallorca to Barca) (1999)
  • Laudrup, Michael (Barca to Madrid) (1994)
  • Lopetegui, Julen (Madrid to CD Logroñés to Barcelona) (1994)
  • López, Jordi (Barca B to Madrid) (2002)
  • Milla, Luis (Barca to Madrid) (1990)
  • Muller, Lucien (Madrid to Barca) (1965)
  • Muñoz, Fernando 'Nando' (Barca to Madrid) (1992)
  • Navarro, Alfonso (Barca to Madrid) (1950)
  • Pereda, Jesús (Real Madrid to Real Valladolid to Sevilla to Barcelona) (1961)
  • Prosinecki, Robert (Madrid to Real Oviedo to Barca) (1995)
  • Pérez, Alfonso (Madrid to Real Betis to Barcelona) (2000)
  • Pérez, Hilario Juan Marrero (Madrid to Valencia to Barcelona) (1939)
  • Quirante, José (Barca to Madrid) (1906)
  • Raga, Luciano Liz (Madrid to Barca) (1905)
  • Ronaldo (Barca to Inter Milan to Madrid)(2002)
  • Rozitsky, W. (Barca to Madrid) (1913)
  • Samitier, Josep (Barca to Madrid) (1932)
  • Saviola, Javier (Barca to Madrid) (2007)
  • Schuster, Bernd (Barca to Madrid) (1988)
  • Soler, Miquel (Barca to Sevilla to Madrid) (1995)
  • Tejada, Justo (Barca to Madrid) (1961)
  • Trashorras, Roberto (Barca B to Madrid) (2003)
  • Wallace, Charles (Barca to Madrid) (1906)
  • Zamora, Ricardo (Barca to Espanyol to Madrid) (1930)
  • de Macedo, Evaristo (Barca to Madrid) (1962)

Atletico Madrid & Real Madrid

  • Reyes
  • Schuster
  • Jurado
  • Raul*
  • Solari
  • Joaquí­n Parra
  • Sebastiái Losada
  • Hugo Sánchez
  • Ramón Grosso (loan from Real)
  • José Luis Pérez Caminero (via Valladolid)
  • Rodrigo
  • García Calvo
  • Luis Aragones*
  • Mista*

Barcelona and Espanyol

  • De La Pena
  • Ricardo Zamora
  • Miquel Soler
  • Valverde. Ernesto
  • Dani (via Zaragoza) [Daniel Garcí­a Lara]
  • Roger Garcí­a Junyent
  • Óscar Garcí­a Junyent
  • Ángel 'Pichi' Alonso

Italy

England

Liverpool & Manchester United

  • Peter Beardsley*
  • Paul Ince

Liverpool & Everton

  • Abel Xavier
  • Peter Beardsley
  • Nick Barmby

Arsenal & Tottenham Hotspur

  • Sol Campbell

Aston Villa & Birmingham City

  • Liam Ridgewell

Other

Galatasaray & Fenerbahce

  • Haim Revivo
  • Fatih Akyel (via Mallorca)

Inter & AC Milan

  • Baggio, Roberto
  • Bontadini, Franco (Old)
  • Brocchi
  • Buffon, Lorenzo (Old)
  • Canuti? (Old)
  • Cevenini II, Mario (Old)
  • Coco
  • Collovati, Fulvio
  • Crespo
  • Davids
  • Franco Bontadini (Old)
  • Ganz , Maurizio
  • Ghezzi, Giorgio (Old)
  • Grava, Lino (Old)
  • Guglielminpietro (Guly)
  • Helveg
  • Lamperti, Enrico (Old)
  • Malatrasi, Saul (Old)
  • Meazza (Old)
  • Morfeo
  • Orlandini, Pierluigi
  • Panucci
  • Pasinato, Giancarlo (Old)
  • Pirlo
  • Ronaldo
  • Seedorf
  • Serena, Aldo
  • Simic
  • Toldo
  • Umit Davala
  • Vieri
  • Vieria
  • West


Juventus and Torino

  • Serena, Aldo
  • Dino Baggio

Sampdoria & Genoa

  • Vincenzo Montella

Lazio and Roma

  • Sinisa Mihajlovic (via Samp)

Rangers & Celtic

  • Alfie Conn
    • Alfie Conn was the first to cross the Old Firm divide, leaving Rangers for Spurs then signing for Celtic *spits*.
  • Mo Johnstone
  • Kenny Miller
    • Kenny Miller is the only man to do it twice, leaving Rangers, then arriving at Celtic then coming back to Rangers.
  • Steven Pressley
  • Mark Brown


Manchester City & Manchester United

  • Peter Schmichael (played in the last Manchester derby at Maine Road - 2002-2003?)
  • Dennis Law (scored the goal for Manchester City that relegated Manchester United in 1974 after a legendary spell with United)
  • Andy Cole

Aston Villa & Birmingham City

Sporting Lisbon & Benfica

Arsenal and Tottenham

  • Jimmy Brain
  • Laurie Brown
  • David Jenkins
  • Rohan Ricketts
  • David Bentley
  • George Hunt
  • Freddie Cox
  • Vic Groves
  • Jimmy Robertson
  • Steve Walford
  • Willie Young
  • Pat Jennings
  • Sol Campbell


Ajax and Feyenoord

  • Eddy Pieters Graafland
  • Henk Groot
  • Johan Cruijff
  • Arnold Scholten
  • Evander Sno
  • Angelos Charisteas
  • Richard Knopper
  • Henk Timmer

Sources

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