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2010 marked the first time since 1950 that Spain advanced to the semi-finals in World Cup play -- and the Spain National Team made the most of it. Spain defeated the Netherlands 1-0 in the final, claiming its first-ever World Cup title. Watch "La Furia Roja" play the beautiful game live and ine person and get your tickets today!
American soccer fans will have an opportunity to watch the Spain National Team before they head to Brazil. Spain will take on El Salvador in a friendly match at FedEx Field outside of Washington D.C. on June 7, as a final tuneup before the World Cup begins.
Fans headed to the World Cup can purchase tickets to World Cup matches right here at Ticket Liquidator! Spain National Team Facts World Cup appearances: 14 One-time World Cup champions (2010) Longest World Cup qualification streak: 10 (active) One-time Olympic gold medalists (1992) Two-time Olympic silver medalists (1920, 2000) Two-time Mediterranean Games champions (2005, 2009) Three-time UEFA European champions (1964, 2008, 2012) Manager: Vicente del Bosque Leading all-time goal scorer: David Villa (56)
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