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A Brief Tour of Pep Guardiola’s Watch Collection

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It is unthinkable to argue Pep Guardiola’s reputation of being among the top coaches in history, irrespective of whether you love Manchester City or otherwise. In fact, he has won 33 trophies so far in his managerial career while working for Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Manchester City. What’s more fascinating is that he smartly did it all.

In addition, Pep Guardiola is currently one of the top-paid coaches in the world. Besides, given how fashionable this boss of Manchester City is, it is not surprising that he owns a nice collection of timepieces to match his apparel.

So let’s take a brief tour of Pep’s amazing collection of watches:

  1. Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller 116600

Pep Guardiola’s Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller is a stunning piece in his watch assortment, and he usually wears it to press briefings and games. The watch’s 44mm size matches his athletic physique, preventing it from overshadowing the other massive timepieces typically worn by footballers. Furthermore, among the most astounding divers, the Deepsea is renowned for having up to 12,800 ft of waterproofing. 


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Overall, Rolex dominated this market for many years, and it wasn’t until recently that brands like Omega joined the race with Ultra-Deep.

  1. IWC Big Pilot IW500912

The main sign that Pep Guardiola has a great watch choice comes from his IWC Large Pilot’s Watch. The piece is an architectural landmark with a highly readable dial, a sizable diameter, and an enormous crown. It is also a real masterpiece and features the iconic pilot’s watch design.


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Furthermore, this Guardialo’s model is an iconic piece in black and white featuring a subdial at three o’clock that displays a 7-day power reserve along with the core hours, seconds, and minutes. This impressive power reserve is provided by the automated 52110 caliber featuring a pellaton wound mechanism.

  1. Rolex Cellini

Unlike the bulk of timepieces in Pep’s portfolio, the Rolex Cellini is not a robust sporting or tool piece. However, it’s a dress wristwatch with bolder looks and more durable origins in traditional manufacturing. Even so, this timepiece is highly overlooked!



With a narrow fluted bezel and complementing crown, this Rolex Cellini features a simple style that exudes simple refinement. The dial, which also comprises lengthy bar indicators separated by a minute meter, is distinctive in appearance.

  1. Richard Mille RM010 Automatic AMC Blue

The Richard Mille RM010 Automatic AMC Blue wristwatch is arguably the one that best represents Guardiola’s tenure at Manchester City. Richard Mille was created in 1999, which is quite recent in the context of the sky-high levels it has attained in the watch industry. Moreover, this RM010 was first manufactured in 2006 while the company was still establishing its name as a luxurious, huge sports watch brand. Hence, it qualifies to be among the early versions.


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Additionally, this timepiece, produced in a limited edition of 30, has the team’s sky blue hues on the internal bezel, crown, and bracelet. It also includes the caliber RMAS7, a mechanical movement featuring hours and minutes, and a skeletonized changeable geometry wheel. 

  1. Chopard Mille Miglia GT XL Speed Black FC Barcelona Chronograph

In 2009, FC Barcelona produced a special edition of 50 copies to commemorate their undefeated 2008–09 record in which they triumphed in every competition they participated. Pep Guardiola, the head coach at the time, as well as every footballer on the team, got a limited-edition chronograph.


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This remarkable timepiece comes with a pure black rubber strap decorated with a 1960s Dunlop Racing tread and a foldable buckle made of DLC blacked steel. The casing measures 44mm wide, and the words “FC BARCELONA TRICAMPIONS” are adorned on the black dial. Moreover, the inscriptions “TRICAMPIONS 08-09,” in addition to the number and identity of every single player, are etched on the rear casing and the clear sapphire glass, accordingly.

  1. Cartier Santos 100 Gold

The Cartier Santos 100 Gold is yet another homage to Pep’s tenure at Barcelona. After sliding under the spotlight for a few years, the Santos now holds a peculiar place in the zeitgeist in which fans are discovering that it’s a genuinely cool watch.



With dimensions of 51.1mm by 41.3mm, the Santos 100 is the biggest Santos edition ever made, in line with Pep’s taste for larger watches. Besides, its wide bezel’s broad surfaces are ideal for highlighting the luster of gold.



Overall, Pep Guardiola ranks as one of the world’s top-earning coaches. In addition, he is well known for his sense of fashion, and among his indulgences are pricey wrist jewelry and watches. In fact, his impressive collection is worth thousands of pounds. 

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