Spain is one of the powerhouses of world football as well as international football. They have two of the biggest teams in the world and have some of the most technically gifted players to have ever graced the beautiful game.
Spain has qualified for 16 of the possible 22 FIFA world cups. Out of those 16 qualifications to the finals, they managed to win it once, in 2010, which is arguably one of the best international teams to have been ever assembled with quality and depth in every position of the pitch. Spain head to Qatar with heavy expectations from their fans. They have been looking to improve their performance since 2018. They were knocked out at the last 16 stages in 2018’s edition.
Their record in the EUROs is splendid, having won 3 titles in all. They have qualified for the Euros 11 times out of the 17 competitions. Their two recent wins between 2008 and 2012 were part of their international sweep, winning both euros and the FIFA world cup they participated in during that time.
Spain Team FIFA World Cup Kits
Adidas is the kit manufacturer for Spain, and the emblem of the Spanish FA is on the opposite side of the Nike logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys. They head to the world cup finals with their two kits that have been around for a long time.
The red kit is synonymous with the Spanish team, as the red and yellow combination signifies and personifies the national flag. The yellow and blue highlights across the jersey blend well. The emblem and the logo are in yellow on the chest of the kit.
The second kit, which is a bit opposite of the first kit, is appealing when looked at from a fashionable perspective. The second kit is blue in colour, the lighter shade of blue, with a wave-like pattern depicting the fade and gloom of the blue colour. The logo, as well as the Spanish emblem, is in the centre of the kit. The highlights in this kit replace with red and yellow as compared to the first kit.