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Fanela Club

Spain 2008 Away kit Medium

Spain 2008 Away kit Medium

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This rare fanela is in great condition. It was manufactured by Adidas and it also features their ClimaCool Technology. The size is Medium. 

The Spanish national football team had a remarkable performance in 2008. They won the UEFA European Football Championship, commonly known as Euro 2008, which was held in Austria and Switzerland. Spain's victory in Euro 2008 marked their second European Championship title, with their first win coming in 1964.

Under the management of Luis Aragonés, Spain displayed an impressive style of possession-based football, often referred to as "tiki-taka." They defeated Germany 1-0 in the final held in Vienna's Ernst Happel Stadium on June 29, 2008, with the only goal of the match scored by Fernando Torres in the 33rd minute.

This victory marked the beginning of a golden era for Spanish football, as they went on to win the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa and the 2012 UEFA European Championship in Poland and Ukraine, solidifying their status as one of the dominant forces in international football during that period.

Some of the standout players for Spain in Euro 2008 included:

  1. Iker Casillas: Casillas was the goalkeeper and captain of the Spanish team. He provided leadership and made crucial saves throughout the tournament, including in the final against Germany.

  2. Xavi Hernández: Xavi was a central midfielder known for his exceptional passing ability and vision. He played a key role in controlling the tempo of Spain's possession-based style of play.

  3. Andrés Iniesta: Iniesta was another midfielder who played an integral role in Spain's midfield. His dribbling skills, creativity, and ability to unlock defenses were crucial for Spain's attacking play.

  4. Fernando Torres: Torres was the team's primary striker and scored the winning goal in the final against Germany. His pace, movement, and finishing ability made him a constant threat to opposition defenses.

  5. David Villa: Villa was also a key forward for Spain in Euro 2008. He contributed important goals throughout the tournament, finishing as the competition's top scorer with four goals.

  6. Sergio Ramos: Ramos played as a defender and was known for his defensive prowess, as well as his ability to contribute offensively from set-pieces.

  7. Xabi Alonso: Alonso played as a central midfielder and was known for his passing range and ability to dictate play from deep positions.

  8. Carles Puyol: Puyol was a central defender and provided leadership and solidity to Spain's defense. His physical presence and commitment were crucial for the team.

  9. Joan Capdevila: Capdevila was the team's left-back and contributed defensively while also supporting the attack with his overlapping runs and crosses.

  10. Marcos Senna: Senna played as a defensive midfielder and provided stability in front of the defense, allowing the more attacking players freedom to express themselves.

  11. Pepe Reina: Reina served as the backup goalkeeper to Iker Casillas and provided competition and cover in case of injury or suspension.

  12. Raúl Albiol: Albiol was a versatile defender who could play as a center-back or a full-back, providing depth and options in defense.

  13. Santi Cazorla: Cazorla was a creative midfielder who could operate in various attacking positions. His dribbling skills and vision added an extra dimension to Spain's attacking play.

  14. David Silva: Silva was a talented winger known for his dribbling ability and vision. He provided creativity and goal-scoring threat from the flanks.


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