The two Spanish football teams are coming face to face at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on 29 July, as part of the International Champions Cup, a summer series of friendly association football matches. Marc Anthony will perform during half-time.
With a 71-55 win over France, Spain took their third EuroBasket Women final in Prague.
The Spanish tennis player wins the French tournament for the tenth time – something nobody has been able to do before.
Spanish football is the star in the Champions League finals, proof of which are the 17 wins in the 62 final matches played in the European tournament so far. Teams from our country have appeared in 27 finals; in 3 of them, the two squads on the field were Spanish.
The two teams of Spanish football are within the top ten of the Sports Money Index prepared by ‘Forbes’, including nearly 400 athletes, agencies, brands and teams for their financial power and their influential relationships with others in the sports world.
A team including the top sailors in Spain will fight for victory in one of the most prestigious regattas in the world, to be held in Bermuda from 12 to 21 June.
Thousands of people bid farewell to the year running at San Silvestre, a popular race held in more than 200 towns across Spain.
Online interaction between teams and supporters or platforms that bring clubs and fans together were some of the issues discussed at the World Football Summit (WFS), the first large-scale international football convention held Spain (Madrid, 27 and 28 October).
Figure skater Javier Fernández, high jumper Ruth Beitia, tennis player Garbiñe Muguruza and footballer Andrés Iniesta are among the winners of the National Sports Awards 2015.
The capital of Spain is set to host the World Football Summit between 27 and 29 October, the first big international convention for the football industry.
The Spanish delegation is bringing home 9 gold, 14 silver and 8 bronze medals after giving it all for 11 days. Our country stood 11th on the Rio medal table, climbing five positions from London 2012.
From 7 to 18 September, the Olympic torch will burn again in Rio de Janeiro, illuminating the achievements of the athletes taking part in the Paralympic Games 2016. The Spanish delegation will try and beat their 2012 record, 42 medals.
The Spanish pilot landed third in the freestyle competition and the final classic programme of the European Aerobatic Championship, held in the Czech Republic.
Spanish athletes are returning home with 17 medals: 7 golds, 4 silvers, and 6 bronzes, as well as 38 Olympic diplomas. Spain finished 14th in the medals table, its best result at the Olympics since Barcelona '92 in terms of the number of golds won.
The uniforms of the Spanish Olympic team competing in Brazil, designed by the company from Toledo, Joma, have been chosen among the Top eight of those participating in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
306 athletes will represent Spain in 58 disciplines at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The Spanish Olympic Team is aiming to improve on the 17 medals obtained at London 2012 and get close to the historic 22 medals which were won at Barcelona’92.