Spain national football team

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2010 FIFA World Cup National Football Teams (Pot 1)
Spain national football team
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ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
FIFA ranking2
Elo ranking2
CaptainIker Casillas
Head coachVicente del Bosque
Statistics
Most capsAndoni Zubizarreta (126)
Top scorerRaúl (44)
Highest FIFA ranking1 (July 2008–June 2009)
Lowest FIFA ranking25 (March 1998)
Highest Elo ranking1 (Sept 1920 - May 1924, Sept - Dec 1925, June 2002, June 2008 - June 2009)
Lowest Elo ranking20 (June 1969, June 1981, November 1991)
First international1920-08-28 Spain 1–0 Denmark (Brussels, Belgium)
Biggest winSpain 13–0 Bulgaria (Madrid, Spain; 1933-05-21)
Biggest defeatItaly 7–1 Spain (Amsterdam, Netherlands; 1928-06-04)

England 7–1 Spain (London, England; 1931-12-09)
World Cup Appearances12 (First in 1934)
World Cup Best result4th: 1950
African Nations Cup Appearances
African Nations Cup Best result
Copa América Appearances
Copa América Best result
European Championship Appearances9 (First in 1964)
European Championship Best result1st: 1964, 2008
Confederations Cup Appearances1 (First in 2009)
Confederations Cup Best result3rd: 2009
Olympic medal records
Gold1992 Barcelona
Silver1920 Antwerp
2000 Sydney
Bronze
Other
Nickname(s)La Furia (The Fury)
La Furia Española (The Spanish Fury)
La Furia Roja (The Red Fury)
La Selección (The Selection)
AssociationRoyal Spanish Football Federation
Home stadiumSantiago Bernabéu Vicente Calderón Mestalla
FIFA codeESP
Wikipediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spain_national_football_team
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