• Real aim for goal fest

    Look ahead to Tuesday's Champions League action as champions Real Madrid go on the goal trail against minnows Legia Warsaw.

  • England set Germany friendly date

    England will travel to Germany for a friendly international in Dortmund on March 22, the Football Association announced Friday.

  • Ramos suffers knee injury

    Key defender and captain Sergio Ramos suffered a left knee strain in Spain's 2-0 World Cup qualifying win in Albania on Sunday.

  • Spain seeking revenge

    Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci expects a "more motivated" Spain to come seeking revenge for their early exit at Euro 2016

  • Spain, Wales cruise

    Spain began life under new coach Julien Lopetegui in perfect style while Gareth Bale inspired Euro 2016 sensations Wales and Kosovo

  • Silva on the double

    Spain earn a World Cup qualifying boost by beating Belgium 2-0 in an international friendly on Thursday thanks to a David Silva double.

  • Spanish towns seek to repeat success of Tomatina festival

    Spain's Tomatina festival, dubbed "the world's biggest food fight", gives Bunol a huge economic boost -- while other Spanish towns with quirky fiestas are mimicking its success.

  • Atletico crash to defeat in Australia

    Spanish giants Atletico Madrid crash to a 1-0 loss to A-League side Melbourne Victory on their Australian pre-season tour in Geelong on Sunday.

  • Spain appoint Lopetegui

    Julian Lopetegui has been appointed as Spain's new manager, replacing Vicente del Bosque.

  • Contador quits Tour de France

    Two-time champion Alberto Contador sensationally quit the Tour de France on Sunday after succumbing to injuries and illness.

  • Barca vow to back Messi after 'personal attack'

    Barcelona vow to support Lionel Messi following his decision to appeal against the 21-month jail sentence handed down to him by a Spanish court after being found guilty of fiscal fraud and believe the verdict is "an attack on his person".

  • 6 gored on second day of San Fermin week

    Six people are gored on Friday, two seriously, on the second day of the week-long San Fermin festival in northern Spain where bulls chase red-scarved runners through the streets of Pamplona.

  • Barca, Real ordered to repay state aid

    The EU on Monday orders seven Spanish football clubs including Barcelona and Real Madrid to pay back millions of euros (dollars) in illegal state aid.

  • Nolito signs for Man City

    Spanish international forward Nolito has signed for Manchester City from Celta Vigo, the Premier League club confirm on Friday.

  • Del Bosque steps down

    Vicente del Bosque quit as Spain's coach after the defending champions crashed out of Euro 2016, ending one of football's most successful managerial dynasties.

  • De Rossi blow for Italy

    Injury-hit midfielder Daniele De Rossi is virtually certain to miss Italy's Euro 2016 quarter-final clash with world champions Germany on Saturday, the Azzurri's medical staff said.

  • De Rossi misses training

    Midfielder Daniele De Rossi misses Italy training on Tuesday as coach Antonio Conte gets his players straight back to work after their Euro 2016 win over Spain.

  • ‘Spain failing to keep standards’

    Spain can no longer match the standards that won back-to-back European Championship titles in 2008 and 2012, Gerard Pique admitted after his side crashed out of Euro 2016 to Italy.

  • Brilliant Italy knock out holders

    Giorgio Chiellini and Graziano Pelle scored the goals as Italy exacted revenge for their Euro 2012 final hammering by dumping Spain out of Euro 2016 with a deserved 2-0 last 16 win in Paris on Monday.

  • Spain face old foes Italy

    Seeking to win an unprecedented third consecutive European Championship, Vicente del Bosque's Spain will once again have to see off old foes Italy to retain their crown.

  • Ten Spaniards undergo drug test

    Two-time defending champions Spain's preparations for their Euro 2016 last 16 clash with Italy are disrupted as 10 players are forced to take an anti-doping test.

  • Nolito thought Brexit's a dance

    Spain forward Nolito has a lot to learn if he ends up joining former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

  • Iniesta wanted to take penalty

    Andres Iniesta reveals he wanted to take the penalty that Sergio Ramos missed in Spain's 2-1 Euro 2016 loss to Croatia on Tuesday.

  • Pique shrugs off anthem gesture

    Barcelona defender Gerard Pique insists he was merely crossing his fingers after being accused of raising his middle finger during the Spanish national anthem before his country's Euro 2016 game against Croatia.

  • 'We are one of the favourites'

    Croatia striker Nikola Kalinic believes his country are now one of the favourites at Euro 2016 after beating Spain to win Group D.

  • Cacic hails his players

    Croatian coach Ante Cacic says his heroic players are an example the country's unruly fans should follow after shocking European champions Spain 2-1 to top their group.

  • [WATCH] Perisic's late strike stuns Spain

    Ivan Perisic strikes a sensational winner three minutes from time as Croatia end Spain's 14-game unbeaten run at the European Championship finals to top Group D with a 2-1 victory

  • Germany eye last 16, Spain easier path

    World champions Germany headline a host of sides chasing places in the Euro 2016 knockout phase on Tuesday while title-holders Spain are out to avoid a heavyweight clash with Italy.

  • 'Sports terrorists' bring new chaos

    Croatian fans who hurled flares on the pitch to halt their country's Euro 2016 match against Czech Republic are branded "sports terrorists" as the showcase tournament suffers new troubles.

  • Spain book last-16 spot with 3-0 win

    Defending European champions Spain book their place in the last 16 round of Euro 2016 on Sunday with a convincing 3-0 win against Turkey