The 18-year-old midfielder became the second Barca player in a row to win the Under-21 World Player of the Year award after fellow midfielder Pedri held the honor last year.
Gavi has been a revelation since breaking into the Catalan giants’ first team and has been rewarded for his brilliant breakthrough in the 2021-22 season.
The youngster’s performances have also earned him a call-up to the Spain squad and he is set to play in his first World Cup in Qatar.
Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Kamavingo finished second, with Bayern Munich’s Jamal Musialla third, ahead of Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham and Paris Saint-Germain’s Nuno Mendes.
Gavi said: “I always try to give my best and try to apply myself in the best possible way.”
He made 34 appearances in La Liga last season, scoring twice and providing six assists, pulling the strings in the center of the park.