Football is the most popular sport in the country. People are passionate about it and it’s a serious sport.
When you think about Spain football today, the first word comes to mind is Barcelona. FC Barcelona is not only one of the best football club teams in the world today, but also one of the best squads in the history of the sport. That’s the reason why they are popular in various cups and European tournaments.
It’s a beautiful time for Spain Football, as the country’s top teams and players are thriving in competitions both domestically and abroad. If you’re interested in a few games while you’re visiting Spain, or you simply want to know more about the culture and the team, then you could know more culture and history of the Spain national football team.
The Spanish national football team, also called La Furia Roja, is one of the most successful teams during the Euros with their three gold medals and one silver medal. It has participated in tournament 9 times and was awarded trophies in 1964, 2008 and 2012. The team had many legendary players, such as Luis Suárez Miramontes, also known as Luisito or Arquitecto. In 2008 the team was consist of Joan Capdevila, Carles Puyol and Xavi. In 2012, the team had many same players from 2008, which once again will participate in this year’s Euro. Players worth mentioning are Gerard Piqué, Andrés Iniesta and Sergio Ramos. These players and the rest of the Spanish squad are going to regain the Euro cup, together with Vicente del Bosque. A triumph at this year’s Euros will make them absolutely the most successful team at the Euros. Some introducitons on Spain football shirt are as follows:
The shirt is made by Adidas’ breathable Climacool technology to keep players dry and comfort, giving a good ventilation to players and wicking sweat and moisture away from the body.
The Adidas three stripes logo, the Spanish football federation, Real Federación Española de Fútbol logo is printed on the chest. One star above the RFEF logo symbolizes the gold medals won in 2010. Three minor triangle symbolizes the Spanish flag, also called Rojigualda.