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Spain National Football Team La Selección de Fútbol de España
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The Spain national football team (Spanish: Selección de fútbol de España) represents Spain in international football and is controlled by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (Spanish: Real Federación Española de Fútbol, RFEF), the governing body for football in Spain.
 
The RFEF was founded in 1909, is member of the FIFA since 1913, and also a member of the UEFA since 1954. The first indicator of football's arrival was the formation of RC Recreativo de Huelva on December 23, 1889 by Dr. Mackey and British workers employed by the Rio Tinto Company. The Copa del Rey got started in 1903. The tournament was held as a league, in which three clubs participated: Club Español, Madrid FC, ​​Athletic Club, proclaiming this champion defeating in the final and deciding game 3-2 to Madrid FC. La Liga, first established in 1929, originally contained ten teams. The first champion of La Liga was Barcelona, the runner-up Real Madrid, and the third place Athletic Bilbao. Of the founding teams in La Liga, only Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao (the top three of the first championship in 1929) have not been relegated.

Spain is currently one of the most successful teams in the world. The Spaniards have won one World Cup title (2010), three UEFA European Championships (1964, 2008, 2012), and one Olympic Tournament (1992). It is worth noting that Spain won the last World Cup and the last two UEFA European Championships. Spain undoubtedly is now considered a true force in the European and world game.
     
     
  QUICK FACTS
   
   
 
  Association
  Real Federación Española de Fútbol (RFEF) -   Royal Spanish Football Federation   
  Confederation
  UEFA
  Nickname
  La Roja (The red) - La Furia Roja (The Red   Fury) 
  Foundation year
 1909
  Affiliate since
 1913
  Topscorer in WC
  David Villa: 9
  Head Coach
  Julen Lopetegui  Info:rfef@rfef.es
  Titles
  1 (2010)
     
   
  TITLES
 
 
WORLD CUP
Gold
Silver
Bronze
 2010 South Africa
1

 

OLYMPIC GAMES
Gold
Silver
Bronze
 1920 Belgium
2
 1992 Spain
1
 2000 Australia
2

 

UEFA EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP
Gold
Silver
Bronze
 1964 Spain
1
 1984 France
2
 2008 Austria-Switzerland
1
 2012 Poland-Ukraine
1

 

CONFEDERATION CUP
Gold
Silver
Bronze
 2009 South Africa
3
     
   
  SPAIN APPEARANCES AT WORLD CUPS
   
   
Nro
Flag
World Cup
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Perf.
Rd
Pos
Par
Pt
P/Par
Ap.
Total
59
29
12
18
92
66
26
86
18.91
9.50
23.78
57.75
13.36
14
2
 1934 Italy
3
1
1
1
4
3
1
3
1.00
2R
5
16
2
0.31
1
4
 1950 Brazil
6
3
1
2
10
12
-2
7
1.17
FP
4
13
3.25
0.31
2
7
 1962 Chile
3
1
0
2
2
3
-1
2
0.67
1R
12
16
1
0.75
3
8
 1966 England
3
1
0
2
4
5
-1
2
0.67
1R
10
16
1
0.62
4
11
 1978 Argentina
3
1
1
1
2
2
0
3
1.00
1R
10
16
1
0.62
5
12
 1982 Spain
5
1
2
2
4
5
-1
4
0.80
2R
12
24
2
0.50
6
13
 1986 Mexico
5
3
1
1
11
4
7
7
1.40
QF
7
24
3
0.29
7
14
 1990 Italy
4
2
1
1
6
4
2
5
1.25
2R
10
24
1.50
0.41
8
15
 1994 United States
5
2
2
1
10
6
4
8
1.60
QF
8
24
3
0.33
9
16
 1998 France
3
1
1
1
8
4
4
4
1.33
1R
17
32
1
0.53
10
17
 2002 Korea-Japan
5
3
2
0
10
5
5
11
2.20
QF
5
32
4
0.16
11
18
 2006 Germany
4
3
0
1
9
4
5
9
2.25
2R
9
32
2
0.28
12
19
 2010 South Africa
7
6
0
1
8
2
6
18
2.57
C
1
32
32
0.03
13
20
 2014 Brazil
3
1
0
2
4
7
-3
3
1.00
1R
23
32
1
0.72
14
   
 Where: Perf: Pts/Pld     Rd: Round     Pos: Position in the WC     Total Pos: SUM(Pos)/Ap     Par: No. participants    
 Pt: How many points scores in the WC. Champion: 32, Finalist: 16, TP: 12, FP: 8, QF: 4, R16: 2, FR: 1
 P/Par: Pos/Par     Total P/Par: SUM(P/Par + 1.25 * each World Cup uncontested)/20    Ap: Appearances
   
     
  HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORDS (AT WORLD CUPS)
 
 
More Played Matches
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Brazil
5
1
1
3
20%
60%
2
 Germany
4
1
1
2
25%
50%
3
 Chile
3
2
0
1
67%
33%
4
 Italy
3
0
1
2
0%
67%
5
 Korea Republic
3
1
2
0
33%
0%
6
 Paraguay
3
2
1
0
67%
0%
7
 Switzerland
3
2
0
1
67%
33%
8
 Belgium
2
1
1
0
50%
0%
9
 England
2
1
1
0
50%
20%
10
 Honduras
2
1
1
0
50%
0%
11
 Netherlands
2
1
0
1
50%
50%
12
 Northern Ireland
2
1
0
1
50%
50%
13
 Sweden
2
1
0
1
50%
50%
14
 Uruguay
2
0
2
0
0%
0%
15
 Yugoslavia
2
1
0
1
50%
50%
16
 Algeria
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
17
 Argentina
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
18
 Australia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
19
 Austria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
20
 Bolivia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
21
 Bulgaria
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
22
 Czechoslovakia
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
23
 Denmark
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
24
 France
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
25
 Mexico
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
26
 Nigeria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
27
 Portugal
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
28
 Republic of Ireland
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
29
 Saudi Arabia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
30
 Slovenia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
31
 South Africa
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
32
 Tunisia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
33
 Ukraine
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
34
 United States of America
1
1
0
0
100%
0%

 

Best Results
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Denmark
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
2
 Mexico
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
3
 United States of America
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
4
 Algeria
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
5
 Bulgaria
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
6
 Slovenia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
7
 South Africa
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
8
 Portugal
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
9
 Australia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
10
 Ukraine
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
11
 Saudi Arabia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
12
 Tunisia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
13
 Bolivia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
14
 Switzerland
3
2
0
1
67%
33%
15
 Paraguay
3
2
1
0
67%
0%
16
 Chile
3
2
0
1
67%
33%

 

Worst Results
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 France
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
2
 Austria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
3
 Argentina
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
4
 Nigeria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
5
 Czechoslovakia
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
6
 Italy
3
0
1
2
0%
67%
7
 Brazil
5
1
1
3
20%
60%
   
   
  GOALSCORERS AT WORLD CUPS
 
 
Players in bold are those who were the topscorers of the World Cup
 
Nro
Player
TG
30
34
38
50
54
58
62
66
70
74
78
82
86
90
94
98
02
06
10
14
92
4
10
   
2
4
   
2
4
11
6
10
8
10
9
8
4
1
 David Villa
9
3
5
1
2
 Emilio Butragueño
5
5
 
 Raúl
5
1
3
1
 
 Fernando Hierro
5
1
2
2
 
 Fernando Morientes
5
2
3
 
6
 Fernando Torres
4
3
1
 Estanislao Basora
4
4
 
 Míchel
4
4
 
 Telmo Zarra
4
4
 
10
 José Luis Caminero
3
3
 
 Julio Salinas
3
1
1
1
 
12
 Ion Andoni Goikoetxea
2
2
 
 Ramón Calderé
2
2
 
 Andrés Iniesta
2
2
 
 Xabi Alonso
2
1
1
 Luis Enrique
2
1
1
 
 Kiko
2
2
 
 José Iraragorri
2
2
 
 Silvestre Igoa
2
2
 
20
 Juanito
1
1
 
 Josep Guardiola
1
1
 
 Alberto Górriz
1
1
 
 Josep Maria Fusté
1
1
 
 Eloy
1
1
 
 Andoni Goikoetxea
1
1
 
 Dani
1
1
 
 Txiki Beguiristáin
1
1
 
 Juan Manuel Asensi
1
1
 
 Juanito
1
1
 
 Amancio Amaro
1
1
 
 Juan Antonio Señor
1
1
 
 Enrique Saura
1
1
 
 Adelardo
1
1
 
 Carles Puyol
1
1
 
 Pirri
1
1
 
 Luis Regueiro
1
1
 
 Manuel Sanchís
1
1
 
 Joaquín Peiró
1
1
 
 Gaizka Mendieta
1
1
 
 Juan Carlos Valerón
1
1
 
 Jesús María Zamora
1
1
 
 Roberto López Ufarte
1
1
 
 Isidro Lángara
1
1
 
 Juan Mata 
1
1
1
   
   
  TOP GOALSCORERS AT ALL COMPETITIONS
 
 
Players in bold are still active in the competence - As of June 27, 2016
 
#
Name
Goals
Caps
AVG/Games
Career
1
 David Villa
59
97
0.61
2005-14
2
 Raúl González
44
102
0.43
1996-06
3
 Fernando Torres
38
110
0.34
2003-Present
4
 Fernando Hierro
29
89
0.32
1989-02
5
 Fernando Morientes
27
47
0.57
1998-07
6
 Emilio Butragueño
26
69
0.37
1984-92
7
 David Silva
24
103
0.23
2006-Present
8
 Alfredo Di Stéfano
23
31
0.74
1957-61
9
 Julio Salinas
22
56
0.39
1986-96
10
 Míchel
21
66
0.31
1985-92
11
 Telmo Zarra
20
20
1.00
1945-51
     
     
  MOST CAPPED PLAYERS IN ALL COMPETITIONS
   
   
Players in bold are still active in the competence - As of June 27, 2016
 
#
Name
Caps
Career
1
 Iker Casillas
167
2000-Present
2
 Sergio Ramos
136
2005-Present
3
 Xavi Hernández
133
2000-14
4
 Andoni Zubizarreta
126
1985-98
5
 Xabi Alonso
114
2003-14
6
 Andrés Iniesta
113
2006-Present
7
 Fernando Torres
110
2003-Present
 Cesc Fàbregas
110
2006-Present
 David Silva
110
2006-Present
10
 Raúl González
102
1996-06
     
     
  SQUADS
   
   
   
 

  

  AWARDED PLAYERS
 
 
Note: Other players were also chosen. However, they also appear in their home countries. Listed below are the players and the votes obtained in Spain: 1 - Alfredo di Stéfano (708) - Argentina, 2 - Ferenc Puskás (667) Hungary, and 3 - László Kubala (53) Hungary.

 

 
BALLON d'OR
#
Name
Year
Rank
Team
Cou
1
 Andrés Iniesta
2010
2
 Barcelona
2
 Xavi
2010
3
 Barcelona
3
 Xavi
2011
3
 Barcelona
4
 Andrés Iniesta
2012
3
 Barcelona

 

WORLD PLAYER OF THE YEAR
#
Name
Year
Rank
Team
Cou
1
 Raúl
2007
3
 Real Madrid
2
 Fernando Torres
2008
3
 Liverpool
3
 Xavi
2009
3
 Barcelona

 

GOLDEN BALL (1)
#
Name
Rank
World Cup
1
 David Villa
3
 2010 South Africa

 

GOLDEN BOOT (2)
#
Name
Rank
Goals
World Cup
1
 Emilio Butragueño
2
5
 1986 Mexico
2
 David Villa
2
5
 2010 South Africa

 

GOLDEN GLOVE (3)
#
Name
Rank
World Cup
1
 Iker Casillas
1
 2010 South Africa

 

IFFHS PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
#
Name
Votes
Years
1
 Francisco Gento
49
1952-71
2
 Luis Suárez
23
1953-73

 

IFFHS GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
#
Name
Votes
Years
1
 Ricardo Zamora
304
1919-38
2
 Andoni Zubizarreta
31
1979-98
3
 José Ángel Iríbar
10
1961-80

El Grafico sports magazine #363

 

 

 

   
   
 
(1)
The Golden Ball award goes to the best player at each FIFA World Cup finals and was introduced for the first time in the 1982 FIFA World Cup.
(2)
The Golden Boot or Golden Shoe award goes to the top goalscorer of the FIFA World Cup and was given for the first time in 1982. It was renamed Golden Boot in 2010.
(3)
The Golden Glove or Yashin Award award goes to the top goalkeeper of the tournament and was given for the first time in1982. It was renamed Golden Glove in 2010.
   
   
  COACHES
   
   
  Coaches in bold are those who won the World Cup
   
#
Cou
Name
P
W
D
L
%Won
Years
1
 Francisco Bru
5
4
0
1
80%
1920
2
 Julián Ruete
4
4
0
0
100%
1921-22
3
 José Berraondo
6
2
3
1
33%
1921-28
4
 Manuel Castro González
10
9
0
1
90%
1921-27
5
 José María Mateos
23
16
3
4
69%
1922-33
6
 Salvador Díaz Iraola
1
1
0
0
100%
1922
7
 Luis Argüello Brage
2
1
0
1
50%
1923
8
 Pedro Parages
3
1
1
1
33%
1923-24
9
 José García-Cernuda
2
1
1
0
50%
1923-24
10
 Colina Alvarez, Rosich Rubiera, Olave Videa
1
1
0
0
100%
1924
11
 Fernando Gutiérrez Alzaga
3
3
0
0
100%
1925
12
 Ricardo Cabot Montalt
2
2
0
0
100%
1925
13
 Ezequiel Montero Román
4
3
0
1
75%
1926-27
14
 Fred Pentland
1
1
0
0
100%
1929
15
 Amadeo García Salazar
12
6
2
4
50%
1934-36
16
 Eduardo Teus López
6
3
2
1
50%
1941-42
17
 Jacinto Quincoces
2
1
1
0
50%
1945
18
 Luis Casas Pasarín
1
0
0
1
0%
1946
19
 Pablo Hernández Coronado
6
2
0
4
33%
1947-62
20
 Guillermo Eizaguirre
19
8
6
5
42%
1948-56
21
 Quesada, Iceta and Paulino Alcántara
3
1
2
0
33%
1951
22
 Ricardo Zamora
2
1
1
0
50%
1952
23
 Pedro Escartín Morán
12
7
3
2
58%
1952-61
24
 Luis Iribarren Cavanilles
4
1
2
1
25%
1953-54
25
 Ramón Melcón Bartolomé
2
0
1
1
0%
1955
26
 Millas, del Valle, Touzón Jurjo
1
1
0
0
100%
1955
27
 Manuel Meana
12
7
3
2
58%
1957-59
28
 Costa,  Lasplazas, and Gabilondo
12
8
0
4
67%
1959-60
30
 José Villalonga
22
9
5
8
41%
1962-66
31
 Domingo Balmanya
11
4
3
4
36%
1966-68
32
 Eduardo Toba
4
1
2
1
25%
1968-69
33
 Luis Molowny and Salvador Artigas
4
2
1
1
50%
1969
34
 Miguel Muñoz
63
32
16
15
51%
1969, 82-88
35
 Ladislao Kubala
68
30
22
16
44%
1969-80
36
 José Santamaría
24
10
8
6
42%
1980-82
37
 Luis Suárez
27
15
4
8
55%
1988-91
38
 Vicente Miera
8
4
2
2
50%
1991-92
39
 Javier Clemente
62
36
20
6
58%
1992-98
40
 José Antonio Camacho
44
28
9
7
64%
1998-02
41
 Iñaki Sáez
23
15
6
2
65%
2002-04
42
 Luis Aragonés
54
38
12
4
70%
2004-08
43
 Vicente del Bosque
114
87
10
17
76%
2008-16
44
 Julen Lopetegui
0
0
0
0
2016-Present
 
 
  Coaches with most appearances
 
 
#
Cou
Name
P
W
D
L
%Won
Years
1
 Vicente del Bosque
114
87
10
17
76%
2008-16
2
 Ladislao Kubala
68
30
22
16
44%
1969-80
3
 Miguel Muñoz
63
32
16
15
51%
1969, 82-88
     
     
  FIXTURES AND RESULTS
 
 
  2013
 
 
#
Date
Place
Score
Competition
1
6 Feb 13
Doha, Qatar
3-1
Uruguay
F
2
22 Mar 13
Gijón, Spain
1-1
Finland
3
26 Mar 13
Saint-Denis, France
1-0
France
4
8 Jun 13
Miami, USA
2-1
Haiti
F
5
11 Jun 13
New York, USA
2-0
Republic of Ireland
F
6
16 Jun 13
Recife, Brazil
2-1
Uruguay
7
20 Jun 13
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
10-0
Tahiti
8
23 Jun 13
Fortaleza, Brazil
3-0
Nigeria
9
27 Jun 13
Fortaleza, Brazil
0-0
Italy
(aet)
(7-6p)
10
30 Jun 13
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
0-3
Brazil
11
14 Aug 13
Guayaquil, Ecuador
2-0
Ecuador
F
12
6 Sep 13
Helsinki, Finland
2-0
Finland
13
10 Sep 13
Geneva, Switzerland
2-2
Chile
F
14
11 Oct 13
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
2-1
Belarus
15
15 Oct 13
Albacete, Spain
2-0
Georgia
16
16 Nov 13
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
2-1
Equatorial Guinea
F
17
19 Nov 13
Johannesburg, South Africa
0-1
South Africa
F
 
 
  2014
 
 
#
Date
Place
Score
Competition
1
5 Mar 14
Madrid, Spain
1-0
Italy
F
2
31 May 14
Seville, Spain
2-0
Bolivia
F
3
7 Jun 14
Washington DC, USA
2-0
El Salvador
F
4
13 Jun 14
Salvador, Brazil
1-5
Netherlands
5
18 Jun 14
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
0-2
Chile
6
23 Jun 14
Curitiba, Brazil
3-0
Australia
7
4 Sep 14
Paris, France
0-1
France
F
8
8 Sep 14
Valencia, Spain
5-1
Macedonia
9
9 Oct 14
Žilina, Slovakia
1-2
Slovakia
10
12 Oct 14
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
4-0
Luxembourg
11
15 Nov 14
Huelva, Spain
3-0
Belarus
12
18 Nov 14
Vigo, Spain
0-1
Germany
F
 
 
  2015
 
 
#
Date
Place
Score
Competition
1
27 Mar 15
Seville, Spain
1-0
Ukraine
2
31 Mar 15
Amsterdam, Netherlands
0-2
Netherlands
F
3
11 Jun 15
León, Spain
2-1
Costa Rica
F
4
14 Jun 15
Barysaw, Belarus
1-0
Belarus
5
5 Sep 15
Oviedo, Spain
1-0
Slovakia
6
8 Sep 15
Skopje, Macedonia
1-0
Macedonia
7
9 Oct 15
Logroño, Spain
4-0
Luxembourg
8
12 Oct 15
Kiev, Ukraine
1-0
Ukraine
9
13 Nov 15
Alicante, Spain
2-0
England
F
 
 
  2016
 
 
#
Date
Place
Score
Competition
1
24 Mar 16
Udine, Italy
1-1
Italy
F
2
27 Mar 16
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
0-0
Romania
F
3
29 May 16
St. Gallen, Switzerland
3-1
Bosnia Herzegovina
F
4
1 Jun 16
Salzburg, Austria
6-1
South Korea
F
5
7 Jun 16
Getafe, Spain
0-1
Georgia
F
6
13 Jun 16
Toulouse, France
1-0
Czech Republic
7
17 Jun 16
Nice, France
3-0
Turkey
8
21 Jun 16
Bordeaux, France
1-2
Croatia
9
27 Jun 16
Saint-Denis, France
0-2
Italy
10
5 Sep 16
Spain
Liechtenstein
11
6 Oct 16
Italy
Italy
12
9 Oct 16
Albania
Albania
13
12 Nov 16
spain
Macedonia
   
   
  PLAYERS' CLUBS
 
 
Pos
Logo
Team
Players
Country
Flag
1
  Barcelona
74
  Spain
2
  Real Madrid
65
  Spain
3
  Atlético de Madrid
28
  Spain
4
  Athletic Bilbao
25
  Spain
5
  Valencia
22
  Spain
6
  Real Sociedad
11
  Spain
7
  Sporting de Gijón
10
  Spain
8
  Real Betis
9
  Spain
9
  Sevilla
7
  Spain
  Deportivo La Coruña
7
  Spain
  Real Zaragoza
7
  Spain
12
  RCD Espanyol
6
  Spain
13
  Liverpool FC
5
  England
14
  Arsenal
4
  England
  Celta de Vigo
4
  Spain
16
  Internazionale
3
  Italy
  Mallorca
3
  Spain
18
  Manchester United
2
  England
  Chelsea
2
  England
  Napoli
2
  Italy
  Villarreal CF
2
  Spain
  Real Valladolid
2
  Spain
23
  Manchester City
1
  England
  Bayern Munich
1
  Germany
  Lazio
1
  Italy
  Juventus
1
  Italy
  Logroñés
1
  Spain
  Rayo Vallecano
1
  Spain
  Córdoba
1
  Spain
  Real Oviedo
1
  Spain
  Tenerife
1
  Spain
  Getafe CF
1
  Spain
  Málaga
1
  Spain
   
 
  MATCHES AT WORLD CUPS
 
 
1934 Italy World Cup
 
 
First Round: Match 1
3-1
Brazil  
Date: 27 May 1934 Leônidas 25'
Stadium: Stadio Luigi Ferraris  
Venue: Genoa    
Attendance: 21,000  
Referee: Alfred Birlem (Germany)  
a.e.t.  
Quarter-finals: Match 2
1-1
Spain  
Date: 31 May 1934   L. Regueiro 30'
Stadium: Stadio Giovanni Berta
 
Venue: Florence    
Attendance: 35,000  
Referee: Louis Baert (Belgium)    
         
Replay: Match 3
1-0
Spain  
Date: 1 June 1934  
Stadium: Stadio Giovanni Berta    
Venue: Florence    
Attendance: 43,000  
Referee: Rene Mercet (Switzerland)  
       
1950 Brazil World Cup
 
First Round: Match 4
3-1
United States  
Date: 25 June 1950 G. Pariani 17'
Stadium: Estádio Durival de Britto  
Venue: Curitiba  
Attendance: 9,511  
Referee: Mario Vianna (Brazil)  
 
First Round: Match 5
2-0
Chile  
Date: 29 June 1950  
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã  
Venue: Rio de Janeiro    
Attendance: 19,790  
Referee: Alberto Malcher (Brazil)  
 
First Round: Match 6
1-0
England  
Date: 2 July 1950  
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã    
Venue: Rio de Janeiro    
Attendance: 74,462    
Referee: Giovanni Galeati (Italy)    
 
Final Round: Match 7
2-2
Spain  
Date: 9 July 1950 E. Basora 37', 39'
Stadium: Estádio do Pacaembu  
Venue: São Paulo    
Attendance: 44,802    
Referee: Benjamin Griffiths (Wales)    
   
Final Round: Match 8
6-1
Spain  
Date: 13 July 1950
J. Parra o.g. 15'
  S. Igoa 71'
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã
Jair 21''
 
Venue: Rio de Janeiro
Chico 31', 55'
 
Attendance: 152,772
Ademir 57''
 
Referee: Reginald Leafe (England)  
   
Final Round: Match 9
Sweden
3-1
Spain  
Date: 16 July 1950   A. Zarra 82'
Stadium: Estádio do Pacaembu  
Venue: São Paulo  
Attendance: 11,227  
Referee: Karel van der Meer (Netherlands)  
       
1962 Chile World Cup
 
First Round: Match 10
Czechoslovakia
1-0
Spain  
Date: 31 May 1962  
Stadium: Estadio Sausalito
 
Venue: Viña del Mar    
Attendance: 12,700    
Referee: Carl Erich Steiner (Austria)  
 
First Round: Match 11
1-0
Mexico  
Date: 3 June 1962  
Stadium: Estadio Sausalito    
Venue: Viña del Mar    
Attendance: 11,875  
Referee: Branko Tesanić (Yugoslavia)  
 
First Round: Match 12
2-1
Spain  
Date: 6 June 1962
Amarildo 72', 86'
Adelardo 35'
Stadium: Estadio Sausalito    
Venue: Viña del Mar    
Attendance: 18,715    
Referee: Sergio Bustamante (Chile)  
           
  1966 England World Cup
 
First Round: Match 13
2-1
Spain  
Date: 13 July 1966
L. Artime 65', 79'
Pirri 71'
Stadium: Villa Park    
Venue: Birmingham    
Attendance: 42,738  
Referee: Dimiter Rumentchev (Bulgaria)  
 
First Round: Match 14
2-1
Switzerland  
Date: 15 July 1966 R. Quentin 28'
Stadium: Hillsborough Stadium  
Venue: Sheffield    
Attendance: 32,028  
Referee: Tofik Bakhramov (Soviet Union)  
 
First Round: Match 15
2-1
Spain  
Date: 20 July 1966 J. Fusté 22'
Stadium: Villa Park  
Venue: Birmingham    
Attendance: 42,187    
Referee: Armando Marques (Brazil)  
       
  1978 Argentina World Cup
 
First Round: Match 16
Austria
2-1
Spain  
Date: 3 June 1978   Dani 21'
Stadium: Estadio José Amalfitani    
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 40,841      
Referee: Károly Palotai (Hungria)  
 
First Round: Match 17
0-0
Spain  
Date: 7 June 1978      
Stadium: Estadio José Maria Minella      
Venue: Mar del Plata    
Attendance: 34,771      
Referee: Sergio Gonella (Italy)  
 
First Round: Match 18
1-0
Sweden  
Date: 11 June 1978  
Stadium: Estadio José Amalfitani
 
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 42,132  
Referee: Ferdinand Biwersi (West Germany)  
       
  1982 Spain World Cup
 
First Round: Match 19
1-1
Honduras  
Date: 16 June 1982   R. Zelaya 7'
Stadium: Estadio Luis Casanova
 
Venue: Valencia    
Attendance: 49,562      
Referee: Arturo Ithurralde (Argentina)  
 
First Round: Match 20
2-1
Yugoslavia  
Date: 20 June 1982 I. Gudelj 10'
Stadium: Estadio Luis Casanova  
Venue: Valencia    
Attendance: 48,000  
Referee: Henning Lund-Sørensen (Denmark)  
 
First Round: Match 21
Northern Ireland
1-0
Spain  
Date: 25 June 1982  
Stadium: Estadio Luis Casanova
 
Venue: Valencia    
Attendance: 49,562  
Referee: Héctor Ortiz (Paraguay)  
 
Second Round: Match 22
2-1
Spain  
Date: 2 July 1982 J. Zamora 82'
Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu  
Venue: Madrid    
Attendance: 90,089  
Referee: Paolo Casarin (Italy)  
 
Second Round: Match 23
0-0
England  
Date: 5 July 1982    
Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu    
Venue: Madrid    
Attendance: 75,000  
Referee: Alexis Ponnet (Belgium)  
       
  1986 Mexico World Cup
   
First Round: Match 24
1-0
Spain  
Date: 1 June 1986  
Stadium: Estadio Jalisco
 
Venue: Guadalajara    
Attendance: 35,748  
Referee: Chris Bambridge (Australia)  
 
First Round: Match 25
2-1
Norhern Ireland  
Date: 7 June 1986 C. Clarke 47'
Stadium: Estadio Tres de Marzo  
Venue: Guadalajara    
Attendance: 28,000    
Referee: Horst Brummeier (Austria)  
 
First Round: Match 26
3-0
Algeria  
Date: 12 June 1986
R. Calderé 15', 68'
 
Stadium: Estadio Tecnológico
Eloy 70'
 
Venue: Monterrey    
Attendance: 23,980  
Referee: Shizuo Takada (Japan)  
 
Round of 16: Match 27
5-1
Denmark  
Date: 18 June 1986
E. Butragueño 43', 57', 80', 89'
  J. Olsen 33'
Stadium: Estadio La Corregidora  
Venue: Querétaro    
Attendance: 38,500      
Referee: Jan Keizer (Netherlands)  
a.e.t.  
Quarter-finals: Match 28
1-1
Spain  
Date: 22 June 1986 J. Señor 85'
Stadium: Estadio Cuauhtémoc  
Venue: Puebla
Penalties
1-1
J. Señor
2-1
Eloy
X
3-2
Chendo
4-3 E. Butragueño
5-4
Víctor
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Siegfried Kirschen (East Germany)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
  1990 Italy World Cup
 
First Round: Match 29
0-0
Spain  
Date: 13 June 1990    
Stadium: Stadio Friuli    
Venue: Udine    
Attendance: 35,713  
Referee: Helmut Kohl (Austria)  
 
First Round: Match 30
3-1
South Korea  
Date: 17 June 1990
J. Míchel 23', 61', 81'
  Hwangbo Kwan 43'
Stadium: Stadio Friuli
 
Venue: Udine    
Attendance: 32,733  
Referee: Elías Jácome Guerrero (Ecuador)    
 
First Round: Match 31
2-1
Belgium  
Date: 21 June 1990 P. Vervoort 29'
Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi  
Venue: Verona    
Attendance: 35,950    
Referee: Juan Carlos Loustau (Argentina)    
a.e.t  
Round of 16: Match 32
Yugoslavia
2-1
Spain  
Date: 26 June 1990
D. Stojković 78', 93'
  J. Salinas 84'
Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi
 
Venue: Verona    
Attendance: 35,500      
Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (West Germany)  
       
  1994 United States World Cup
 
First Round: Match 33
2-2
South Korea  
Date: 17 June 1994 Hong Myung-Bo 85'
Stadium: Cotton Bowl Seo Jung-Won 90'
Venue: Dallas    
Attendance: 56,247    
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)  
 
First Round: Match 34
1-1
Spain  
Date: 21 June 1994 I. Goikoetxea 14'
Stadium: Soldier Field    
Venue: Chicago    
Attendance: 63,113  
Referee: Filippi Cavani (Uruguay)  
 
First Round: Match 35
3-1
Bolivia  
Date: 27 June 1994 E. Sánchez 67'
Stadium: Soldier Field
J. Caminero 66', 70'
 
Venue: Chicago    
Attendance: 63,089  
Referee: Rodrigo Badilla (Costa Rica)  
 
Round of 16: Match 36
3-0
Switzerland  
Date: 2 July 1994  
Stadium: RFK Stadium  
Venue: Washington  
Attendance: 53,121    
Referee: Mario van der Ende (Netherlands)  
 
Quarter-finals: Match 37
2-1
Spain  
Date: 9 July 1994 J. Caminero 58'
Stadium: Foxboro Stadium  
Venue: Foxborough    
Attendance: 53,400  
Referee: Sándor Puhl (Hungary)  
       
  1998 France World Cup
 
First Round: Match 38
3-2
Spain  
Date: 12 June 1998 F. Hierro 21'
Stadium: Stade de la Beaujoire Raúl 47'
Venue: Nantes  
Attendance: 35,500    
Referee: Esfandiar Baharmast (United States)  
 
First Round: Match 39
0-0
Paraguay  
Date: 19 June 1998    
Stadium: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard    
Venue: Saint-Étienne    
Attendance: 30,600    
Referee: Ian McLeod (South Africa)  
 
First Round: Match 40
6-1
Bulgaria  
Date: 24 June 1998 E. Kostadinov 58'
Stadium: Stade Félix-Bollaert  
Venue: Lens
F. Morientes 55', 81'
 
Attendance: 38,100
G. Bachev o.g. 88'
 
Referee: Mario van der Ende (Netherlands)
Kiko 94'
 
       
  2002 Korea-Japan World Cup
First Round: Match 41
3-1
Slovenia  
Date: 7 June 2002
Raúl 44'
S. Cimirotič 82'
Stadium: Gwangju World Cup Stadium  
Venue: Gwangju  
Attendance: 28,598    
Referee: Mohammed Guezzaz (Morocco)  
First Round: Match 42
3-1
Paraguay  
Date: 8 June 2002
F. Morientes 53', 69'
C. Puyol o.g. 10'
Stadium: Jeonju World Cup Stadium  
Venue: Jeonju    
Attendance: 24,000  
Referee: Gamal Ghandour (Egypt)  
First Round: Match 43
3-2
South Africa  
Date: 12 June 2002
Raúl 4', 56'
B. McCarthy 31'
Stadium: Daejeon World Cup Stadium L. Radebe 53'
Venue: Daejeon    
Attendance: 31,024  
Referee: Saad Mane (Kuwait)  
a.e.t.
Round of 16: Match 44
1-1
Republic of Ireland  
Date: 16 June 2002 Robbie Keane 90'
Stadium: Suwon World Cup Stadium    
Venue: Suwon
Penalties
1-1
Robbie Keane
2-1
M. Holland
X
X
2-1
D. Connolly
X
X
2-1
K. Kilbane
X
3-2 S. Finnan
Attendance: 38,926
Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden)
   
   
   
   
   
   
a.e.t.
Quarter-finals: Match 45
0-0
Spain  
Date: 22 June 2002    
Stadium: Gwangju World Cup Stadium
Penalties
1-1
F. Hierro
2-2
R. Baraja
3-3
Xavi
4-3
Joaquín
X
5-3
 
Venue: Gwangju
Attendance: 42,114
Referee: Gamal Al-Ghandour (Egypt)
   
   
   
 
   
 
  2006 Germany World Cup
 
First Round: Match 46
4-0
Ukraine  
Date: 14 June 2006  
Stadium: Red Bull Arena
D. Villa 17', 48'
 
Venue: Leipzig  
Attendance: 43,000  
Referee: Massimo Busacca (Switzerland)  
 
First Round: Match 47
3-1
Tunisia  
Date: 19 June 2006
Raúl 71'
J. Mnari 8'
Stadium: Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion
F. Torres 76', 90+1'
 
Venue: Stuttgart    
Attendance: 52,000    
Referee: Carlos Simon (Brazil)  
 
First Round: Match 48
1-0
Saudi Arabia  
Date: 23 June 2006  
Stadium: Fritz Walter Stadion    
Venue: Kaiserslautern    
Attendance: 46,000  
Referee: Coffi Codjia (Benin)  
 
Round of 16: Match 49
France
3-1
Spain  
Date: 27 June 2006 D. Villa 28'
Stadium: AWD-Arena  
Venue: Hanover
Z. Zidane 90+2'
 
Attendance: 43,000    
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (Italy)  
       
  2010 South Africa World Cup
 
First Round: Match 50
1-0
Spain  
Date: 16 June 2006  
Stadium: Moses Mabhida Stadium    
Venue: Durban    
Attendance: 62,453    
Referee: Howard Webb (England)  
 
First Round: Match 51
2-0
Honduras  
Date: 21 June 2010
D. Villa 17', 51'
 
Stadium: Ellis Park Stadium    
Venue: Johannesburg    
Attendance: 54,386    
Referee: Yuichi Nishimura (Japan)  
 
First Round: Match 52
2-1
Chile  
Date: 25 June 2010 R. Millar 47'
Stadium: Loftus Versfeld Stadium  
Venue: Pretoria    
Attendance: 41,958  
Referee: Marco Rodríguez (Mexico)  
 
Round of 16: Match 53
1-0
Portugal  
Date: 29 June 2010  
Stadium: Cape Town Stadium    
Venue: Cape Town    
Attendance: 62,955    
Referee: Héctor Baldassi (Argentina)  
 
Quarter-finals: Match 54
1-0
Paraguay  
Date: 3 July 2010  
Stadium: Ellis Park Stadium    
Venue: Johannesburg    
Attendance: 55,359  
Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala)  
 
Semi-finals: Match 55
1-0
Germany  
Date: 7 July 2010  
Stadium: Moses Mabhida Stadium    
Venue: Durban    
Attendance: 60,960    
Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hungary)  
a.e.t.  
Final: Match 56
1-0
Netherlands  
Date: 11 July 2010  
Stadium: Soccer City    
Venue: Johannesburg    
Attendance: 84,490    
  Referee: Howard Webb (England)  
       
  2014 Brazil World Cup
 
First Round: Match 57
1-5
Netherlands
Date: 13 June 2014
X. Alonso 27' 
R. Van Persie 44', 72'
Stadium: Arena Fonte Nova A. Robben 53', 80'
Venue: Salvador S. De Vrij 65'
Attendance: 48,173
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)
First Round: Match 58
0-2
Chile
Date: 18 June 2014   E. Vargas 20'
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã C. Aránguiz 43' 
Venue: Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 74,101
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)
First Round: Match 59
0-3
Spain
Date: 23 June 2014 D. Villa 36'
Stadium: Arena da Baixada F. Torres 69'
Venue: Curitiba J. Mata 82'
Attendance: 39,375
Referee: Nawaf Shukralla (Bahrain)
       
   
  
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