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Spain 2020 Kits

The Spanish national team played their first international against Belgium in Bilbao, Spain on the 7th October 1921 winning 2-0. The Spanish play their home games in the stadia across Spain.

Recently Spain have won their last three major tournaments the 2008 & 2012 UEFA Euro and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. They did win the second European Championship ever held in 1964 and the 1992 Olympics when they hosted them but have struggled in all other tournaments, notably the World Cup.

Spain have had several iconic players to play for their nation including Raul Gonzalez, David Villa, Iker Casillas, Andoni Zubizarreta, Fernando Torres, Fernando Hierro, Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta, Xabi Alonso and Emilio Butragueno.

'La Roja' or Spain are arguably the best international team in the world today as the side have won three consecutive major tournaments, the 2008 & 2012 UEFA Euro and the 2010 FIFA World Cup boasting world class players in their current roster including Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas, Gerard Pique, Iker Casillas and David Silva. Spain's home shirt was designed and created for the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup and features a red shirt with yellow and blue trim manufactured by adidas where the most notable feature is the V-neck yellow collar and their away shirt is sky blue with a dark blue diagonal band across the chest.

World Cup Kits

For the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Spain scrapped their navy shorts and went for a classic red colour. Gold accents were included to symbolise the nation's golden era of football. The away shirt saw a black and electricity design to reflect Spain's night-life in cities including Madrid and Barcelona.

The 2014 World Cup Spain away kit offers an elegant black and neon coloured shirt which is inspired by meaningful features of the cheerful, alive, bustling, social and colourful Spanish culture. The three neon stripes contrasted with a total black, symbolizes the encouragement of the Spanish followers that will take place on the upcoming summer nights.

Since their first FIFA World Cup in 1934, Spain have always played in variations on a standard red shirt with yellow trim and blue shorts design. The style of the trim has varied, often to incorporate the adidas signature three stripe design, while the blue of the shorts has occasionally strayed from navy shorts to a more electric shade of blue. The 1982 and 1990 home shirts for Spain are memorable ones where it used adidas three stripes for the first time.

The kit of 2010 in which Spain won the competition for the first time, with its thin yellow trim on the front panel, round collar and dark shorts will also hold a special place in Spanish hearts for some time to come.

The nation's most famous World Cup kit must be the one which lifted La Roja's first ever World Cup trophy in South Africa in 2010. Featuring the likes of Spanish legends Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta, Xabi Alonso, Fernando Torres, Cesc Fabregas and many more the shirt will be an icon for many years to come.

Other notable Spanish kits included the one used at the 1994 FIFA World Cup which took Spain to the quarter-finals. Three stripes down the left, made of yellow and navy diamonds, offered a unique quality that also featured on the navy shorts and socks. The kit is also helped by its association with some iconic names of the era such as Fernando Hierro, Miguel Angel Nadal and Luis Enrique.

adidas have produced Spanish shirts for several decades starting in the early 80's to now. Their iconic yellow stripes on a red base makes this shirt one of the most recognisable in modern football history.

When talking about away kits Spain have used an array of colours but they have mostly been either dark blue, blue, light blue, white and gold. A notable away kit used from 2008 to 2010 saw a gold display with dark blue trim.

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