Austria-Hungary World Cup 1954
Angels with Dirty Faces with Di Stefano in the WC 1958
Scotland World Cup 1970
United Kingdom World Cup 1970
England World Cup 1974
United Kingdom World Cup 1982
Italy Euro 1992
Yugoslavia World Cup 1994
France World Cup 1994
Germany World Cup 2002
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USA World Cup 2010
Ireland/Northern Ireland Combined Team 1986 World Cup
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|F. Torres, A. Arbeloa, J.Navas, S. Ramos and R.Albiol|
Iker Casillas is Spain's most decorated goalkeeper and widely considered to be one of the greatest ever goalkeepers. He spent 16 seasons with Real Madrid and won three Champions' League with Real Madrid. For Spain, he captained Spain into winning the World Cup in 2010 and two European Championships in 2008 and 2012. He is capped over 150 times between 2000 and 2016, appearing in every major tournaments in that period. He also played for Porto at the end of his career.
Lopez started from Real Madrid, but made his name first with Villareal and Sevilla. In January, 2013, he rejoined Real Madrid after Iker Casillas suffered a serious injury. He quickly established as the starter. He maintained his starting status the following year, despite the return of Casillas. He won Copa Del Rey that season as the starter while backing up Casillas in the Champions' League as Real Madrid won it. Capped once in 2009.
Ramos was an important part of the all-conquering Spanish team that won the 2010 World Cup and two European Championships. He is Spain's youngest player ever to receive his 100th caps. He has been named La Liga's Best Defender a record four times. In 2005, he joined Real Madrid as a teenager from Sevilla. With Real Madrid, he won 4 Champions League. He scored the tying goal as Real Madrid won their 10th European Cup in 2014. At the time of writing, he is the captain of Real Madrid.
He played most of his professional career with Athletic Bilbao, appearing in 253 official games over the course of eight La Liga seasons and scoring four goals. He also played for Fulham and Middlesbrough in England, Sporting Dijon in Spain and Independiente in Argentina. Internationally, Amorebieta played for Spain as a youth, but only allowed to switch to Venezuela at senior level in 2011 after a rule change by the FIFA. He had 15 caps and played in Copa America in 2015.
CB: Raúl Albiol (Real Madrid/Valencian)
Carlos Marchena played for Benfica, Sevilla, Valencia, Villareal and Deportivo La Coruna. His peak came with Valencia, where he won the Double in 2002-2003 season. For the national team, he had 69 caps. He was a starter at European Championship in 2008 where Spain won its first major trophy since 1964. He also played at Euro 2004 and two World Cup Finals.
Soriano was a product of Villarreal CF's youth system. He made his debut for the first team in 2006. At the time of writing, he remained with the club. He was known as the club;'s unsung hero throughout the years. He even followed the club to Segunda Divsion. For Spain, he earned 10 caps. He made his national team debut in 2010. He made it to the European Championship in 2016, his first major international tournaments.
CB/DM: Javi Martínez (Atletico Bilboa/Basque)
In 2006, Javi Martinez joined Atletico Bilboa. In 2012, he signed with Bayern Munich for €40 million, going on to win seven consecutive Bundesliga titles as well as the 2013 Champions League. A Spain international since 2010, Martínez was a member of the squads that won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2012, and also played at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Xabi Alonso started with Real Sociedad. He joined Liverpool in 2004 winning the Champions' League trophy in his first season. In 2009, he moved to Real Madrid, winning the Champions' League again in 2014. In 2014, he joined Bayern Munich. He was a key member of the Spanish team that won the World Cup and two European Championships. His 114 caps make him the fifth most capped player in the nation's history.
Andres Iniesta scored the World Cup winning goal in 2010 that gave Spain its first ever World Cup title. At Euro 2012, Iniesta led Spain to their second consecutive continental crown, again being chosen as the Man of the Match of the final against Italy, and was named the Player of the Tournament. He also won Champion' league trophies with Barcelona. He had over 130 caps for Spain from 2006 to 2018.
David Silva became a starter at Valencia in 2006 which forced Palbo Aimar to leave the club. In 2010, he joined Manchester City helping the club to win their first Preimership in over 40 years. For Spain, he had over 120 caps from 2006 onward. He was a key player throughout the period as Spain won the "triple crown": two European Championship and a World Cup. He also represented Spain at every major tournament from 2008 onward.
Pedro won 20 titles for Barcelona from 2008 to 2015. In 2015, he joined Chelsea in the English Premier League, where he played until 2020. He then joined AS Roma before joining Lazio. He played 65 times for Spain. He was a part of the Spanish national team that won the World Cup in 2010. He again played for Spain at the European Championship in 2012 and 2016.
|Casillas, Ramos, Arbeloa, Albiol and X.Alonso|
|Carlos Marchena and Nacho Monreal|
|Fernando Llorente and Pedro|