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Los del Río

This duo is associated with the biggest worldwide hit of music made Spain: “Macarena”. The entire planet has choreographed this theme. The song became a social phenomenon that would end up crossing borders and generations. He broke all the unimaginable records in the charts.

Paco Candela

This singer prodigy has won first prizes in most of the flamenco competitions he has entered. A master of this Spanish art, especially the style that is called fandango, a style that he masters to perfection and draws the applause of the public and the praise of those who understand flamenco culture.

Hugo Salazar

This Sevillian is a singer and composer who became known on the talent show Operación Triunfo, which was broadcast on Spanish Television. He was part of the second edition of this contest, an edition in which Manuel Carrasco

Fernando Romay Pereira

Fernando Romay Pereiro or Fernando Romay or just plain Romay is a well-known former Spanish basketball player. Due to his trajectory, his affable character and personality and sympathy, he has won the hearts of his followers, and the general public.

Sánchez Moreno, Juan Gines: Juan Sánchez

He is another of the references of national football. The forward was formed in the youth ranks of the Valencia Club de Fútbol Mestalla between 1991/1993. He has been international with the National Soccer Team in a match in which Spain tied two with Italy in a match played in Salermo.

Rodriguez Herrera, Juan Francisco: Juanito

In our solidarity Dream Team there are also star players from the Canary Islands. This is the case of the man from Tenerife, Juan Francisco Rodríguez Herrera, known as Juanito, is a former soccer player and coach from the Canary Islands.

Zarandona Esono, Benjamin

Known as Benjamín, he is a former Hispanic player (born in Valladolid), an Equatorial Guinean who is nicknamed Titi. The projection of him is recognized. He played for Spain's U21 team, winning a European Championship in 1998, and for the Equatorial Guinean national team. His mother was Equatoguinean, and his father was Basque.

Sánchez Rodríguez, Joaquín

The active player is captain of the Real Betis Balompié team in the first division of the Spanish league. Sánchez has belonged to the squad of this club from 2000 to 2006 and then from 2015 to the present. A versatile man; an idol for the fans. He has been behind him for more than a decade wearing the green and white colors with the number 17.

Rodriguez, Guido

He is an active footballer born in Argentina, who plays as a midfielder for Real Betis Balompié, a first division team. The player has received the Golden Ball distinction for the best player in Liga MX. He has been international with the Argentine National Team

Pérez Múñoz, Iván

This man from Madrid is a former professional soccer player. In the international arena, he did not debut with the absolute Spanish team, but he was international in lower categories and scored the only goal in the final of the European Under-21 Championship in 1998, where Spain beat Greece.

Pérez Muñoz, Alfonso

Alfonso Pérez Múñoz better known as Alfonso, the nicknamed magician of the white boots is a national soccer star, ex-player and a reference coach for generations. He was an absolute international with Spain, with a total of 38 games with 11 goals.

Moreno Valera, Javier

Javi Moreno is a Spanish soccer coach and former player nicknamed “buffalo”. He is a player by blood. He is a player with history. He is currently the coach of the Tarazona Sports Team in the second RFEF, since he took office in 2022.

Lotina Oruechebarría, Miguel Ángel

This former soccer player and coach is one of the most experienced coaches in Spanish soccer. Lotina was a box striker, intuitive and a fighter. He began his career in the ranks of modest teams from Biscay. His first team was the Club Deportivo Munguía, a town in Munguía, located just 5 km from his hometown: Meñaca, Basque Country.

Lopez Marco, Jorge: Tote

Jorge López Marco is a Spanish former soccer player known as "Tote". He played as a midfielder or right winger. He became a first division player with the Hércules Club de Fútbol. The start of his career was at Club Atlético de Madrid and at Real Madrid Club de Fútbol.

Lardin Cruz, Jordi

Nicknamed by the Espanyol crowd as "Speddy" for his speed, unchecking and goalscoring ability. He is a former player and sports director. He made his debut in the Spanish National Team in 1997. Esparreguera, his hometown, is the place where he began this hobby that became his profession.

Kameni, Carlos Idriss

Kameni as he is known trained at the Kadji Sports Academy until he was 16 years old. This made him the youngest goalkeeper to win Olympic gold at the Sydney 2000 games. He has made more than 70 international appearances for his country's Cameroon (Africa) soccer team.

Gutierrez Moreno, Juan

This ex-soccer player and coach is one of the great figures of soccer. Juanito, as he is known, was part of the Spanish National Team for 8 seasons. He came to play internationally for 81 games, of which he started in 26. His debut came in 2002 against the Hungarian National Team.

Gonzalez Morales, Adrian

Adrián González Morales is known as Adrián is a former soccer player and Spanish soccer coach. González is the son of the legendary player and former Real Madrid coach, Michel.

Gonzalez Movilla, Gerardo

Gerardo González Movilla was one of the founders and president of the Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE), whose presidency he held from 1988 to 2010. A position he held after 21 years.

Galvez Estevez, Jose

José Gálvez Estévez is known in the soccer world as Pepe Gálvez. This former soccer player is the coach of the Real Club Deportivo Mallorca B. He played internationally in the lower categories of Spain, but an injury prevented his participation in the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. This fact put a brake on his sporting projection as a soccer player.

De la Cruz Ramos Cano, Juan: Juande Ramos

Juan de la Cruz Ramos Cano, better known as Juande Ramos, is a former soccer player and coach born in Ciudad Real. He began his soccer career in Elche (Alicante) from 1974/1997. He won the award for best coach of the year from the Federation of Associations of Sports Journalists of Andalusia.

Corominas Telechea, Ferrán: Coro

Ferrán Corominas Telechea: he is popularly known as Coro. He has been international in lower categories of the Spanish National Team. He was champion of the European under-19, and of the Spanish team that was proclaimed runner-up in the Under-20 World Cup.

Capitán Prada, Jesús: Capi

Jesús Capitán Prada known professionally as “Capi” is an institution as a footballer. Also, he is a coach. He made his debut for the Spanish National Team in a friendly against the Netherlands. He entered the Real Betis Balompié youth academy at the end of the 1980s.

Bravo Sanfélix, Raúl: Raúl Bravo

Raúl Bravo is a former Spanish soccer player who played preferably as a left or central back. He was an absolute international 14 times with the Spanish National Team, participating in his performance at Euro 2004 in Portugal. Before him, he was called up by the Spanish U-16 team, with which he won the Algarve Tournament in Portugal during the 1997/1998 season.

Álvarez González, Oliverio: Oli

He is known in the sports field as "Oli". This is a former soccer player and Spanish soccer coach of Asturian origin. He was international with the Spanish National Team on two occasions, both times he scored a goal. He drew attention to his perseverance and performance on the field.

Marchena Lopez, Carlos

He is a former soccer player and coach born in Seville, specifically in Las Cabezas de San Juan. Due to his brilliant career, he was awarded the Gold Medal of the Royal Order of Sports Merit, which is the highest individual distinction in sport awarded at the national level.

Gordillo Vazquez, Rafael

Better known only by Gordillo. If you talk about Spanish soccer, the name of Gordillo is a must. He is a star, he shines with his own light. He is among the best players in the history of international soccer. He is the only Spanish player (with the exception of Alfredo Di Stéfano) included in the list of the 30 best players of the 20th century by France Football.

Contreras González, Pedro: Koke

This ex-soccer player from Madrid known as "Koke" held the position of goalkeeper. Koke is another of the names in capital letters of Spanish football. He became international with the Spanish National Team, where he made his debut in 2002, in the match that ended with a tie on the scoreboard: Spain 0 – Uruguay 0.

Capdevila Mendez, Joan

That Capdevila is part of our Dream Team is a luxury. An elite athlete in Spanish football, with an important international career (Andorra, India, Portugal and Belgium). This left back made his debut for the Spanish National Team in 2002 in a game in which Spain drew against Paraguay in a game where no goal was scored 0-0.

Camacho Alfaro, Jose Antonio

He is one of the legends of Spanish football. He scored school. Great player and coach. A player of character. Camacho began his career as a coach, being the Spain coach between 1998 and 2002. The footballer spent his entire career in the white team: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol. (1974/1989)

Amavisca Gárate, José Emilio

Soccer is in Amavisca's blood, because there are passions that are passed down from generation to generation. His father also played professionally, mainly for two teams: Pontevedra and Burgos. From the career of Amavisca, nicknamed the "Puñal de Laredo", as an international, it should be noted that he was one of the members of the Olympic Team in the 1992 Olympic Games, which won gold against Poland. Two years later, he debuted with the Spanish National Team

Álvarez Pérez, Antonio: Ito

He is a benchmark of Spanish football, a legend. The midfielder known as Ito arouses passion among his followers. Where he goes, he is wanted. He knows how to make a family. The former international player has reached the top. At only twenty years old he debuted as a footballer. For more than a decade he was in the first division of the Spanish league. He played with the Spanish National Team (Spain) in a friendly against Russia and, previously, he was international champion of Europe under-21 with the Spanish National Team in this category in 1998.