Spain - The Red Fury
After a brief fall from grace, the Spanish national team is starting to look like the formidable force it once was again. Come see this resurgent side play for glory by getting your Spain National Football Team tickets here at StubHub. The incredibly successful Vicente del Bosque era is over and the Spanish national side is starting a new era with coach Julen Lopetegui, time will tell if La Furia Roja can repeat their unprecedented success of 2008-2012. With the Football World Cup in 2018, Spain are hoping their recent form will continue and their young stars take on the world's best. With Spain National Football Team tickets you can also tour the wonderful Spanish country, as the national side has no official home stadium. Therefore you can see Spain play in Madrid's Bernabeu, Valencia's Mestella or Seville's Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium, amongst many others.
Spain National Football Team History
The Spanish national team, also known as La Roja, has been a member of FIFA since 1904 (five years before the Spanish football federation was established. La Roja had to wait a long time to win their first Football World Cup with their solo victory coming in 2010, eighty years after the first World Cup take place back in 1930. Few Spaniards will forget Iniesta's last-minute winner against the Netherlands in the 2010 final. The Spanish National team is also, along with Germany, the most successful team in the history of the Euro Championships. The team has 3 titles to their name (1964, 2008 and 2010). With the Football World Cup taking place in Russia in 2018, Spain is surely one of the favourites to win their second world title, although they will stiff competition from the likes of France, Germany and Brazil. You can be there in Russia if you buy Spain National Football Team Football World Cup tickets.
Spain National Football Team Squad
In recent years many Spanish footballing legends have decided to call it a day and hang up their boots. Two of the most obvious recent retirees are ex-Barcelona maestro Xavi and Real Madrid legend and Spain's most-capped player Iker Casillas. However, these are exciting times to be a Spanish fan as there are some exceptional players breaking through. The likes of Isco, Marco Asensio, Álvaro Morata and David de Gea are all reasons for Spain to feel optimistic that their future is in safe hands. With the new Nations League kicking off in 2018 and Spain lining up against England and Croatia, this is a great chance for players, old and young, to play more competitive football at the highest level. Get your Spain football tickets today and la Furia Roja.