Spanish football is the most famous league in the world. It is the strongest league on the globe without exaggeration, it is enough for you to know that the budget of the players reaches in many times the budget of many countries. There are some players  in the spanish league whose salaries reach hundreds of millions of dollars, and in many cases up to more than half a billion, and the most famous players in the world are playing in Spanish football, Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, and the best goalkeepers ever, like Casillas and many players that make The Spanish League is the most powerful in the world undisputed.

Spain won the World Cup and the European Nations Cup on many occasions and topped the FIFA international rankings on many occasions. The Spanish team was a runner-up on many occasions in the World Cup.Spain has the national football team, which is the official representative of Spain in the sport of football, holds the world rank in eleventh place. Spain is one of the most important football champions in present-day Europe after overcoming the European Cup of Nations final in 2012 to Italy with four goals to no One thing, and his most important achievements are the coronation of the 2010 World Cup team in South Africa after defeating Andrés Iniesta in the final match of the tournament in addition to the European Coronation Championship three times in the year 1964.2008 and 2012.

The extended history of Spanish football begins since the Spanish International Federation of Football was established in 1904 and joined football in 1913, where Spain participated in the tournament about fourteen times and in the World Cup and missed the World Cup six year: 1930, 1938,1954, 1958 1970 and 1974 Participated in numerous events in which he was runner-up and the Golden Square.

The first official tournament in which Spain participated in the 1920's was in the Olympic Games, and Spain won the silver medal in the tournament. This was the first match for Spain on the ground as a result of Spain winning 2-0 against Belgium, in Bilbao. Spain became the first team not a British team to dominate England, when they beat England 4-3 in a friendly in Madrid in 1929.

But Spain did not enter the FIFA World Cup in 1930. But after four years, Spain qualified for the location of the 1934 FIFA World Cup in Italy. It qualified for the quarter-finals with Italy ending 1-1 in real time. By the rules the game was replayed, Italy won 1-0, the Spanish Civil War in addition to World War II prevented Spain from playing another game until the 1950's.

In 1962 Portuguese coach Jose Villalonga was appointed as Spain qualified for the finals in the aftermath of the 1962 FIFA World Cup. Losed by Czechoslovakia, Brazil defeated Mexico. Two years after the 1962 World Cup, Spain hosted the European Nations Cup in 1964, which included the identification at those times of the prominent players in the history of the Spanish team, namely: Luis Suárez, Francisco Gentwoo Josep Retro. In this tournament, which involved Spain, Romania and the Northern Ireland group, Spain beat Romania 2-1 draw with Northern Ireland. Then against Ireland in the quarter-finals and Spain won qualify for the semi-finals. In the semi-finals, Spain defeated the Hungarian national team 2-1 in the match that ended in an additional Balohoat, and in the end the Spanish team faces the Soviet Union in front of 79,000 spectators at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. The successive victories achieved by the Spanish national team were one that made it to the forefront of international rankings for long periods that paved the way for building its broad fan base, which it is still seeking.

And this historical golden era that made the history of the royal club  so that it witnessed about five consecutive titles since 1961 until we reached 1965 and twice through which three successive titles were achieved between the years from 1967-1969 and 1978-1980, and even in this era alone it was Atletico Madrid was the real opponent of Real Madrid by winning about four titles, most recently in 1966, 1970, 1973 and 1977. Indeed, among all the other clubs, the Spanish giant came to Valencia in the spring of 1971 and Barcelona, ​​inspired by Dutchman Johan Cruyff in 1974, broke the dominance of the Real Continuous Madrid.

And those beautiful and wonderful years of Real Madrid and its hero were the most influential and respected people in the club and the first responsible for the transfer of Real Madrid from the second club after Atletico Madrid in Madrid at that time to the most successful Spanish and European club in that period and the person who left to remain an immortal legend to be called after This is the club's stadium in the name of President Santiago Bernabeu Este Europe.