2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
Lopetegui: Spain hope to be 'main actors' at World Cup (1:13)
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9dAdriana Garcia

Raul, Alonso studying for coaching badges

Real Madrid legend Raul has joined several other fellow former Spain internationals in taking the first steps towards a coaching career.

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15dAdriana Garcia

Morocco, Munir in World Cup appeal to CAS

Spanish-born Munir, whose father was born in Morocco, made an appearance for Spain in a Euro 2016 qualifying match in September 2014.

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20dSam Marsden

Barca's Pique world's best defender - Puyol

Gerard Pique is out on his own as the world's best defender, according to former Barcelona teammate Carles Puyol.

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21dDermot Corrigan

Game delays Spanish FA presidential election

The election to decide the new president of the Spanish FA (RFEF) has been delayed indefinitely again as Oscar De Marcos is unavailable to vote.

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27dSid Lowe

Why isn't Isco a starter for Real Madrid?

Isco's known as "Magic" at Real Madrid but he still seemingly has to prove his worth. Meanwhile, he's a star for Spain. How can he be both?

WATCH: The positives from Argentina's Spain debacle (6:18)
Isco must demand more playing time at Real Madrid (1:37)
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29dIan Darke

Only 5 real favourites to win 2018 World Cup

As the World Cup approaches, it's clear that five teams stand the best chance to win in Russia, starting with defending champions Germany.

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29dAdriana Garcia

I'm committed to Chelsea - Alonso

Marcos Alonso says he is fully committed to Chelsea and also hopeful of cementing his place in Spain's squad after making his debut on Tuesday.

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29dAdriana Garcia

Spain loss shows Messi's value - Costa

Diego Costa believes Argentines should be thankful to have Lionel Messi in their national team and not criticize him when times get tough.

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29dChris Wright

Messi walked out after Spain's sixth goal

When Isco scored his third and Spain's sixth goal in their drubbing of Argentina, Lionel Messi -- who sat out through injury -- had seen enough.

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30dPA Sport

Isco reveals confidence issue with Zidane

Isco said he felt "alive'' after his first career hat trick helped Spain thrash Argentina 6-1 at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid.

Extra Time: Will Messi regret not playing for Spain? (4:56)
How much should Argentina worry about Spain drubbing? (5:17)
Spain 6-1 Argentina: Isco scores hat trick (3:26)
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30dPA Sport

Isco, Spain thrash Messi-less Argentina

Spain ran roughshod over Argentina, with Isco netting three times in a runaway 6-1 friendly victory over their South American rivals in Madrid.

Isco completes hat trick for Spain (0:30)
Aspas slips in behind for Spain's fifth (0:41)

RankingsInternational Friendly

Goal Difference5Tied-6th
Goals Scored7Tied-3rd
Assists6Tied-1st
Goals Conceded2Tied-48th