Captain: Sergio Ramos
Spain at the FIFA World Cup. The team is one of the most present at the World Cup finals, with 15 appearances out of the 21 tournaments. Spain reached fourth-place in 1950, and has reached the quarter-finals four times. The Spanish team has also won three UEFA European Football Championships, in 1964, 2008 and 2012 and the Olympic football tournament in 1992.
Best Result: Champions in 2010
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Julen Lopetegui has announced the final 23-man squad for Spain and the image below is the official announcement of Spanish Squad. Alvaro Morata misses out on the world cup while Aspas, Rodrigo, Lucas Vasquez and Asensio joins Diego Costa in the final 23 man squad.
Spain World Cup Friendlies. Spain started their 2018 international warm up matches for the World Cup against Mats Hummels and Germany on the 23rd of March, of which they drew 1-1. Then, guided by Isco, the Spanish hammered Argentina 6-1. A draw against Switzerland followed and finally they beat Tunisia on the 9th of June.
International Sign Language – FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 25th June 2018 – Spain vs. Morocco FIFA will publish short summaries of all 64 World Cup matches in sign language. This is a service
W e give Spain’s 2018 World Cup squad the thorough analysis it deserves below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the
Spain completed over 1,000 passes across 120 minutes of football – the most in a World Cup game since 1966 – without truly threatening Russia’s goal.
Jul 01, 2018 · Spain and Russia go into the half all even 1-1, as the World Cup of strange goals continues. Spain’s came on a free kick own goal, while Russia’s was from a …
Julen Lopetegui has been sacked as Spain’s national team coach on the eve of the World Cup, one day after he agreed to take over at Real Madrid after the tournament.
Jun 15, 2018 · Cristiano Ronaldo stole the show with a spectacular hat-trick to ensure that Portugal and Spain shared the spoils in Match 3 of the FIFA World Cup. Find out where to watch live: fifa.tv/watcp018