Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque has named a provisional 26 man squad for next month's Confederations Cup in Brazil. Casillas, Fernando Torres, Beñat, Soldado and Champions League winner Javi Martínez return to the fold, but there was no place for Sevilla striker Negredo, nor for Barcelona's Puyol, who is still recovering from injury. Isco and De Gea drop back to the under 21 squad, who will be defending their European title in Israel at round about the same time. Del Bosque will have to leave out three players to make up the final group of 23 before the team travels to the USA for warm-up fixtures against Haiti and Eire. (27.05.13)
PS Xabi Alonso pulled out with an injury, and Beñat and Javi García were the other two players who were left out of the final squad.
Keepers: Víctor Valdés
(Barcelona), Reina (Liverpool), Casillas (Real Madrid);
Defenders: Monreal (Arsenal), Jordi Alba and Piqué (Barcelona), Azpilicueta (Chelsea), Arbeloa, Raúl Albiol and Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid);
Midfielders: Cazorla (Arsenal), Busquets, Fàbregas, Iniesta and Xavi (Barcelona), Javi Martínez (Bayern Munich), Beñat (Betis), David Silva and Javi García (Manchester City), Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid), Jesús Navas (Sevilla);
Forwards: David Villa and Pedro (Barcelona), Fernando Torres and Mata (Chelsea), Soldado (Valencia).
Julen Lopetegui has called up an experienced squad of 23 players for the upcoming under 21 European finals, which will be taking place in Israel next month. The group includes several youngsters who have previously been included in the full international squad such as Isco, Thiago, De Gea and Montoya, and Carvajal, Morata and Alvaro González have also been recalled. The defending champions have been drawn in a difficult qualifying group together with Russia, Germany and Holland. (23.05.13)
Keepers: De Gea (Manchester United), Diego
Mariño (Villarreal), Joel (Wigan);
Defenders: Marc Bartra, Montoya, Muniesa (Barcelona), Dani Carvajal (Bayer Leverkusen), Nacho (Real Madrid), Iñigo Martínez (Real Sociedad), Alberto Moreno (Sevilla), Alvaro González (Zaragoza);
Midfielders: Koke (Atlético Madrid), Thiago (Barcelona), Sarabia (Getafe), Camacho, Isco (Málaga), Illarramendi (Real Sociedad), Canales (Valencia);
Forwards: Munian (Athletic Bilbao), Tello (Barcelona), Rodrigo (Benfica), Alvaro Vázquez (Getafe), Morata (Real Madrid).
The final squad was announced for the under 20 World Cup, the only change from the friendly against Paraguay the inclusion of Sevilla's Campana for Real Madrid's José Rodríguez, and the addition of Athletic Bilbao keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. Spain play a couple of warm up games against Kazakhstan and Chile in Murcia before moving on to Turkey, where they are grouped with USA, Ghana and France. (31.05.13)
Keepers: Kepa (Athletic Bilbao), Dani Sotres
(Racing Santander), Adrián Ortola (Villarreal);
Defenders: Manquillo (Atlético Madrid), Jonny Castro (Celta), Derik and Llorente (Real Madrid), Isra (Sevilla), Gaya (Valencia);
Midfielders: Ager Aketxe (Athletic Bilbao), Oliver Torres and Saúl Ñiguez (Atlético Madrid), Ruben García (Levante), Suso (Liverpool), Denis Suárez (Manchester City), Jairo (Racing Santander), Campana (Sevilla), Juan Bernat (Valencia);
Forwards: Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona), Jesé (Real Madrid), Paco Alcácer (Valencia).
Spain's under 19 managers called up 23 players for the upcoming Elite round qualifiers in Poland, five of whom will have to be discarded from the final 18-man squad. The youngsters were drawn in group IV together with Poland, Croatia and Greece, with the winners going through to the finals in Lithuania in July. (21.05.13)
Keepers: Blanco (Celta), Herrero (Real Madrid);
Defenders: Bellerín (Arsenal), Varela (Betis), Rubén Duarte (Espanyol), Jaime Sánchez (Real Madrid), Modesto Acosta (Sevilla), Borja López (Sporting Gijón), Salva Ruiz (Valencia);
Midfielders: Borja Martínez (Atlético Madrid), Adama Traore, Sergi Samper (Barcelona), Vadillo (Betis), Borja Fernández (Celta), Fede Vico (Córdoba), José Rodríguez, Medrán (Real Madrid), Alejandro Serrano (Sporting Gijón), Moisés Gómez and Pablo Ïñiguez (Villarreal);
Forwards: Santi Mina (Celta), Raúl de Tomás (Real Madrid), Iker Hernández (Real Sociedad).
The following players were left out of the final squad: Modesto Acosta (Sevilla), Salva Ruiz (Valencia), Borja Martínez (Atlético Madrid), Sergi Samper (Barcelona) and Borja Fernández (Celta).