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  • Germany beat Spain to win under-21 Euros

    Mitchell Weiser scores with a looping first-half header to hand Germany a 1-0 victory against Spain in the final of the under-21 European Championship title in the southern Polish city of Krakow.

  • Lacklustre Atletico held at Alaves

    Atletico Madrid's troubles away from home continued when they were held to a goalless draw at Alaves on Saturday, dropping points on the road for a second consecutive week and losing Uruguay international Jose Maria Gimenez to injury.

  • Sevilla snap up Montoya

    Sevilla made Argentine midfielder Walter Montoya their third signing of the January transfer window on Saturday on a four-and-a-half year deal from Rosario Central.

  • Alaves ease into semis

    Alaves became the first side to book their place in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey on Tuesday as a 0-0 draw at home to second division Alcorcon was enough to seal a 2-0 aggregate win.

  • Sevilla win, Atleti slip

    Sevilla produced another late fightback to remain just one point behind La Liga leaders Real Madrid after twice coming from behind to edge out rock bottom Osasuna 4-3 on Sunday.

  • Healthy Nadal overcomes Mayer

    Rafael Nadal powered into the second round of the Australian Open with a commanding straight-sets win over Germany's Florian Mayer on Tuesday.

  • Rafael Nadal

    Nadal hopes schedule change brings success

    Spanish superstar Rafael Nadal hopes a dramatic change to his longstanding schedule will lead to success in the Australian Open later this month.

  • Dortmund's hot-shots eye goal record at Real

    Borussia Dortmund can set a new Champions League goal record at Real Madrid on Wednesday if the likes of Marco Reus, Ousmane Dembele or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score at the Bernabeu.

  • Barca held by Hercules, Real romp into last 16

    Barcelona were held 1-1 by lowly Hercules in their King's Cup last 32 first-leg match on Wednesday while Mariano scored a hat-trick as Real Madrid romped to a 6-1 second-leg victory over third-tier Cultural Leonesa and a 13-2 aggregate triumph.

  • Eto'o faces massive tax fraud charges

    Spanish prosecutors have recommended that Cameroonian football great Samuel Eto'o be handed a 10-year jail sentence and

  • Ballon d'Or just reward for hat-trick hero Ronaldo

    Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insisted he has no doubt Cristiano Ronaldo will be the deserving winner of a fourth Ballon d'Or come January, but his hat-trick in a 3-0 defeat of Atletico Madrid on Saturday may convince others.

  • Herrera to frame Spain debut shirt

    Spain midfielder Ander Herrera will preserve the memory of his international debut by framing the shirt he played in at Wembley on Tuesday.

  • Barca seals massive deal with Japan's Rakuten

    Spanish giants FC Barcelona sealed a massive shirt sponsorship deal Wednesday with Japanese online retailer Rakuten worth at least 55 million euros ($59 million) a year.

  • Isco denies England

    Substitute Isco struck deep in stoppage time to earn Spain a 2-2 draw and deprive Gareth Southgate of victory in his final game as England interim manager on Tuesday.

  • Spain fight back to snatch draw with Eng

    Isco scores in the sixth minute of stoppage time as Spain launch an improbable fightback to snatch a 2-2 friendly draw against England with both their goals coming after the 89th minute at Wembley.

  • Aduriz becomes Spain's oldest scorer in Macedonia rout

    Aritz Aduriz becomes the oldest man to score for Spain in an international, netting the final goal in their 4-0 victory over Macedonia in the World Cup qualifying Group G match.

  • Real run riot

    A much-weakened Real Madrid went goal crazy in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday, smashing third-division minnows Cultural Leonesa 7-1 away from home in the first leg of their last-32 encounter.

  • Sociedad and their social benefits

    Football may appear to be a cut-throat business run by multi-billionaires who care about little more than lining their pockets and adopting a revolving door policy when it comes to managerial appointments.

  • Mathieu adds to Barcelona injury woes

    Barcelona centre-back Jeremy Mathieu joined the club's mounting injury list and faces three weeks out after hurting his right calf,

  • 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".