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Spain National Team

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Spain National Soccer Team
Nickname(s)

La Furia Roja (The Red Fury)
La Furia (The Fury)
La Roja (The Red [One])

The Spain national team is famous for their signature strategy: Tiki Taka.
The National Team that won the World Cup in 2010
The patch awarded to the winner of the world cup
Tiki Taka
The team won the world cup in 2010 with this strategy.
Fast Facts

Head Coach:
Vincente Del Bosque

Captain:
Iker Casillas

Leading Scorer:
David Villa (59 Goals)

Nickname(s)

La Furia Roja (The Red Fury)
La Furia (The Fury)
La Roja (The Red [One])

Founded in 1920





Squad
GK
GK
GK
CB
CB
LB
CB
RB
LB
CDM/CB
RB
CDM
CM
CM
LM
CM
CM
CM
RM
CAM
ST
LW
ST
These are the players selected for the 2016 European Cup
Well-Known Members
Iker Casillas
Nicknamed San Iker (Saint Iker) for his ability to produce spectacular saves. During his career on Real Madrid, he was the captain, and he is still the captain of Spain's national team.
Vincente Del Bosque
He is a retired football player, who is currently the coach of the Spanish National Team. He has been coaching since 2008 and led the team to the world cup, European cup etc.
David Villa
David Villa currently holds the record for most international goals, with 59, in the history of the Spanish national team.
Titles and Championships

Olympic medal record


Men's Football

Silver medal – second place 1920 Antwerp
Gold medal – first place 1992 Barcelona
Silver medal – second place 2000 Sydney


World Cup


Appearances
14 (First in 1934)

Best result
Champions, 2010
European Championship


Appearances
9 (First in 1964)

Best result
Champions, 1964, 2008 and 2012
Summer Olympics


Appearances
10 (First in 1920)

Best result
Champions, 1992

Confederations Cup


Appearances
2 (First in 2009)

Best result
Runners-up, 2013

Winning Streak
Besides on the 7th, Spain hasn't lost a game since March 2015.
Raul
Raul is a retired striker who currently holds the record for third most goals in Champions League history, behind Messi and Ronaldo.
Alfredo Di Stefano
A legend on the Spain national team and Real Madrid, Di Stefano was called one of the best players of all time. He recently passed away in July 2014.
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