Spanish Under 21

European Championships 2015/17. Spain finished top of their group on maximum points, and then beat Italy in the semi-final. However they lost the final 0-1 to Germany. (30.06.17)

European Championships 2017/19. Spain have been drawn in qualifying group 2 for the 2017/19 competition, together with Slovakia, Iceland, Albania, Estonia and Northern Ireland. Matches take place over the next two years, with the nine group winners qualifying directly for the finals, and the four best-placed runners-up to meet in two play-offs in November 2018. The eleven teams who qualify will join hosts Italy in the finals in summer 2019. (28.01.17) Group 2 table

European Championships 2015/17. Spain have been drawn in group B for the finals in Poland together with Portugal, Serbia and Macedonia. Group matches will take place in Gdynia and Bydgoszcz. The three group winners plus the best of the runners-up will go through to the semi-finals. (01.12.16)

European Championships 2015/17. Spain qualified for the finals on the away goal rule after drawing the first leg in Austria 1-1, and then playing out a score-less draw in the return match. (15.11.16)

European Championships 2015/17. Spain finished second in their group behind Sweden, and will therefore have to enter the play-offs as one of the four best runners-up. They have been drawn against Austria, with matches due to take place in November. (14.10.16)

European Championships 2015/17. Spain have been drawn in qualifying group 6 for the 2015/17 competition, together with Sweden, Croatia, Georgia, Estonia and San Marino. Matches take place over the next two years, with the nine group winners qualifying directly for the finals, and the four best-placed runners-up to meet in two play-offs in October 2016. The eleven teams who qualify will join hosts Poland in the finals in June 2017. (05.02.15) Group 6 table

European Championships 2013/15. Double champions Spain failed to qualify for next summer's European finals after they lost to Serbia in the play-offs. The defeat means they will also miss out on a chance to reach the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. (14.10.14)

European Championships 2013/15. Spain finished top of their group after picking up 22 points in eight games, qualifying for the play-off stage where they will meet Serbia over two legs for a place in the finals. (12.09.14) Group 4 table

European Championships 2011/13. Spain are champions for the second time running after beating Italy 4-2 in this year's European finals! Lopetegui's side won all three of their group games, and then beat Norway in the semi-finals before a hat-trick from team captain Thiago gave the youngsters their fourth title at this level. (18.06.13) Full squad

European Championships 2013/15. Spain have been drawn in qualifying group 4 for the 2013/15 competition, together with Austria, Hungary, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Albania. Matches take place over the next two years, with the ten group winners and four best-placed runners-up to meet in play-offs in October 2014. The seven play-off winners will join hosts the Czech Republic in the finals in June 2015, with the four best teams also qualifying for the 2016 Olympic Games. (31.01.13) Group 4 table

European Championships 2011/13. Spain beat Denmark 8-1 on aggregate in their play-off, but they have been drawn in a difficult group for next summer's finals in Israel, paired together with Russia, Germany and Holland. (28.11.12)

European Championships 2011/13. Spain finished top of their group after picking up 22 points in eight games, and they qualified easily for the play-off stage. (10.09.12) Group 5 table

Olympic Games, London 2012. A disastrous performance by Spain in the Olympic finals, Luis Milla's side ending up bottom of their table without scoring a single goal in their three games. The youngsters were already out of the competition after losing their opening two games to Japan and Honduras, and they at least saved a point in a 0-0 draw with Morocco before going home. See separate section on London 2012 for match reports and other details. (01.08.12)

Olympic Games, London 2012. A provisional Spanish Olympic squad will be called up to play a friendly game against Egypt at the end of February. (09.01.12) Full squad

European Championships 2009/11. Spain won the tournament, beating Switzerland in the final, and the victory ensures them a place in the 2012 Olympic Games, which are taking place in London next summer. (25.06.11) Full squad. Group B table.

European Championships 2011/13. Spain have been drawn in qualifying group 5 for the 2011/13 competition, together with Switzerland, Croatia, Georgia and Estonia. Matches take place over the next two years, with the ten group winners and four best-placed runners-up to meet in play-offs in October 2012. The seven play-off winners will join hosts Israel in the finals in summer 2013. (03.02.11)

European Championships 2009/11. Spain have been grouped together with England, Czech Republic and Ukraine in the finals, which will take place in and around Aarhus, Denmark in mid June next year. (08.11.10)

European Championships 2009/11. Spain finished second in their group behind Holland, but still qualified for the play-offs where they were drawn against Croatia. Luis Milla's side won the play-off against the East Europeans 5-1 on aggregate, and will be in the finals in Denmark next summer. This year the finals are more important than ever as the top sides will qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. (12.10.10)

European Championships 2009/11. Spain's new under 21 coach Luis Milla named his squad today for the European qualifier in Finland. (29.07.10) Full squad

European Championships 2009/11. Spain have been drawn in group 4 for the qualifying round together with the Netherlands, Poland, Finland and Liechtenstein. Matches will begin at the end of June, with the 10 group winners and four best runners-up going in to a play-off for a place in the finals, which will be hosted by Denmark. (30.06.09) Group 4 table

European Championships 2007/9. Spain were knocked out of the competition at the group stage after drawing with Germany and losing to England. (22.06.09) Finals squad / Group B table

European Championships 2007/9. Spain beat Switzerland in their play-off and will take part in the finals for the first time in several years. They have been paired in group B with Germany, England and Finland, with Italy, Serbia, Belarus and hosts Sweden in group A. (03.12.08)

European Championships 2007/9. Spain qualified for the play-offs having picked up eight wins out of eight at the group stage, and will play Switzerland in a double header to decide who will go through to next summer's finals. (09.09.08)

European Championships 2007/9. Spain named their squad today for the second match against Georgia. (03.09.07)
Full squad

European Championships 2007/9. Spain named their squad today for the opening match against Georgia. (24.05.07)
Full squad

European Championships 2007/9. Changes once again to the European competition, with teams drawn into ten qualifying groups for the 2007-2009 campaign. The ten winners and the four best second placed sides will play off for the seven places in the finals, which will take place in Sweden. Spain were paired with Russia, Poland, Georgia and Kazakhstan, with sides to play home and away between 2nd June 2007 and 10th September 2008, and the play-offs in mid October 2008. (13.02.07) Group 4 table

Spain's under 21 side were beaten 2-1 on aggregate by Italy in the play-offs and miss out on the finals once again. (10.10.06)

Spain won through their qualifying group, but were unfortunate to be drawn against Italy in the play-off. The youngsters will still be hoping to win through to the finals, especially as a place in the 2008 Olympic Games is at stake. (07.09.06)

There has been an important change to the under 21 European competition for the 2006/2007 campaign, with the qualifying tournament now being played separately rather than in groups mirroring the full international squad. Spain have been drawn in Group B against Slovakia and Albania, with matches to take place at the beginning of September (see group table). The 14 group winners will enter a head-to-head play off stage, with seven sides joining Holland in the finals in the summer of 2007. The youngsters will start off with a friendly against Poland at the end of February. (27.01.06)

Spain failed to even reach the play-offs this time around after finishing third in their group to Serbia and Belgium. (11.10.05)

Spain's new batch of youngsters will be starting off the latest edition of the European championship next month. Fixtures mirror the full international side's games in their qualifying group for the World Cup, with the under 21s playing the day before their seniors. The finals take place from 25th May to June 6th 2006, at a venue to be decided. Iñaki Sáez will once again be in charge after his brief spell as the first team coach, and there will be two friendly games before the competition starts. (02.08.04)
Group VII table

Spain failed to qualify for the final stage after losing 3-1 on aggregate against Sweden. The defeat means they will also not be present at the Olympic Games soccer competition next summer. (19.11.03)

Spain finished top of their qualifying group, and were therefore seeded in the draw for the final qualifying round in November. Their opponents will be Sweden. (13.10.03)

The team are currently seeking to qualify for the Euro 2004 European championship, which is due to be played next May/June prior to the full international tournament at a venue to be set once the qualifying sides are known. The Euro 2004 competition also decides which teams will take part in the 2004 Olympic Games in Greece. (07.06.03)

 

16 Oct 2018 Iceland   Spain Euro 2019 Qualifier
(TBC)
11 Oct 2018 Albania   Spain Euro 2019 Qualifier
(TBC)
11 Sep 2018 Spain   N. Ireland Euro 2017 Qualifier
(TBC)
6 Sep 2018 Spain   Albania Euro 2019 Qualifier
(TBC)
27 Mar 2018 Spain   Estonia Euro 2019 Qualifier
(TBC)
22 Mar 2018 N. Ireland   Spain Euro 2019 Qualifier
(TBC)
14 Nov 2017 Spain   Slovakia Euro 2019 Qualifier
(Cartagena)
9 Nov 2017 Spain   Iceland Euro 2019 Qualifier
(Murcia)
10 Oct 2017 Slovakia 1-4 Spain Euro 2019 Qualifier
(Poprad)
5 Sep 2017 Estonia 0-1 Spain Euro 2019 Qualifier
(Tallinn)
1 Sep 2017 Spain 3-0 Italy Friendly
(Toledo)
30 Jun 2017 Spain 0-1 Germany European Finals - final (Krakow, Poland)
27 Jun 2017 Spain 3-1 Italy European Finals - semi-final (Krakow, Poland)
23 Jun 2017 Spain 1-0 Serbia European Finals - group B (Bydgoszcz, Poland)
20 Jun 2017 Spain 3-1 Portugal European Finals - group B (Gdynia, Poland)
17 Jun 2017 Spain 5-0 Macedonia European Finals - group B (Gdynia, Poland)
27 Mar 2017 Italy 1-2 Spain Friendly
(Roma)
23 Mar 2017 Spain 3-1 Denmark Friendly
(Murcia)
15 Nov 2016 Spain 0-0 Austria Euro 2017 Play-off
(Albacete)
11 Nov 2016 Austria 1-1 Spain Euro 2017 Play-off
(Sankt Pölten)
10 Oct 2016 Spain 5-0 Estonia Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Pontevedra)
5 Oct 2016 San Marino 0-3 Spain Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Serravalle)
5 Sep 2016 Sweden 1-1 Spain Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Malmö)
1 Sep 2016 Spain 6-0 San Marino Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Castellón)
28 Mar 2016 Spain 1-0 Norway Friendly
(Murcia)
24 Mar 2016 Spain 0-3 Croatia Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Burgos)
17 Nov 2015 Croatia 2-3 Spain Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Rijeka)
12 Nov 2015 Spain 5-0 Georgia Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Almería)
13 Oct 2015 Spain 1-1 Sweden Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Tenerife)
7 Oct 2015 Georgia 2-5 Spain Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Tbilisi)
2 Sep 2015 Estonia 0-2 Spain Euro 2017 Qualifier
(Tallinn)
30 Mar 2015 Spain 4-0 Belarus Friendly
(León)
26 Mar 2015 Spain 2-0 Norway Friendly
(Cartagena)
12 Nov 2014 Spain 1-4 Belgium Friendly
(Ferrol)
14 Oct 2014 Spain 1-2 Serbia Euro 2015 Play-off
(Cádiz)
10 Oct 2014 Serbia 0-0 Spain Euro 2015 Play-off
(Jagodina)
9 Sep 2014 Spain 1-1 Austria Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Puertollano)
4 Sep 2014 Hungary 0-1 Spain Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Felcsut)
4 Mar 2014 Spain 2-0 Germany Friendly
(Palencia)
18 Nov 2013 Albania 0-2 Spain Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Elbasan)
14 Nov 2013 Bosnia Herzegovina 1-6 Spain Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Zenica)
14 Oct 2013 Spain 1-0 Hungary Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Cartagena)
10 Oct 2013 Spain 3-2 Bosnia Herzegovina Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Murcia)
9 Sep 2013 Spain 4-0 Albania Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Logroño)
5 Sep 2013 Austria 2-6 Spain Euro 2015 Qualifier
(Graz)
18 Jun 2013 Spain 4-2 Italy European Finals -
final (Jerusalem)
15 Jun 2013 Spain 3-0 Norway European Finals -
semi-final (Netanya)
12 Jun 2013 Spain 3-0 Holland European Finals - group B (Petach Tivka)
9 Jun 2013 Spain 1-0 Germany European Finals - group B (Netanya)
6 Jun 2013 Spain 1-0 Russia European Finals - group B (Jesusalem)
25 Mar 2013 Spain 3-1 Russia Friendly
(Alcorcón)
21 Mar 2013 Spain 5-2 Norway Friendly
(Toledo)
5 Feb 2013 Belgium 1-1 Spain Friendly
(Mechelen)
13 Nov 2012 Italy 1-3 Spain Friendly
(Siena)
16 Oct 2012 Denmark 1-3 Spain Euro 2013 Play-off
(Aalborg)
11 Oct 2012 Spain 5-0 Denmark Euro 2013 Play-off
(Burgos)
10 Sep 2012 Spain 6-0 Croatia Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Alicante)
06 Sep 2012 Switzerland 0-0 Spain Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Sion)
31 May 2012 Estonia 0-1 Spain Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Tallin)
14 Nov 2011 Spain 3-0 Switzerland Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Córdoba)
10 Nov 2011 Spain 6-0 Estonia Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Melilla)
06 Oct 2011 Croatia 0-2 Spain Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Osijek)
05 Sep 2011 Spain 2-0 Georgia Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Lugo)
01 Sep 2011 Georgia 2-7 Spain Euro 2013 Qualifier
(Kutaisi)
25 Jun 2011 Spain 2-0 Switzerland European Finals -
final (Aarhus)
22 Jun 2011 Spain 3-1
(aet)
Belarus European Finals -
semi-final (Viborg)
19 Jun 2011 Spain 3-0 Ukraine European Finals - group B (Herning)
15 Jun 2011 Spain 2-0 Czech Republic European Finals - group B (Viborg)
12 Jun 2011 Spain 1-1 England European Finals - group B (Herning)
5 Jun 2011 Spain 1-1 Russia Friendly
(Soria)
28 Mar 2011 Spain 1-1 Belarus Friendly
(Alcalá)
24 Mar 2011 France 3-2 Spain Friendly
(Reims)
8 Feb 2011 Spain 2-1 Denmark Friendly
(Guadalajara)
12 Oct 2010 Croatia 0-3 Spain Euro 2011 Play-off
(Varazdin)
09 Oct 2010 Spain 2-1 Croatia Euro 2011 Play-off
(Burgos)
07 Sep 2009 Poland 0-1 Spain Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Grodzisk)
02 Sep 2010 Spain 2-1 Holland Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Alcoy)
11 Aug 2010 Finland 1-1 Spain Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Kotka)
02 Mar 2010 Spain 3-1 Liechtenstein Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Ponferrada)
17 Nov 2009 Holland 2-1 Spain Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Rotterdam)
13 Nov 2009 Spain 1-0 Finland Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Córdoba)
7 Sep 2009 Liechtenstein 0-4 Spain Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Vaduz)
4 Sep 2009 Spain 2-0 Poland Euro 2011 Qualifier
(Oviedo)
22 Jun 2009 Spain 2-0 Finland European Finals - group B (Gothenburg)
18 Jun 2009 Spain 0-2 England European Finals - group B (Gothenburg)
15 Jun 2009 Spain 0-0 Germany European Finals - group B (Gothenburg)
31 Mar 2009 Spain 0-0 Sweden Friendly
(Orihuela)
27 Mar 2009 Eire 2-1 Spain Friendly
(Waterford)
10 Feb 2009 Spain 1 - 1 Norway Friendly
(Cartagena)
18 Nov 2008 Portugal 4 - 1 Spain Friendly
(Cartaxo)
14 Oct 2008 Spain 3 - 1
(aet)
Switzerland Euro 2009 Play-off
(Lorca)
11 Oct 2008 Switzerland 2 - 1 Spain Euro 2009 Play-off
(Aarau)
9 Sep 2008 Spain 2 - 0 Russia Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Palencia)
5 Sep 2008 Kazakhstan 1 - 2 Spain Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Almaty)
20 Aug 2008 Russia 1 - 2 Spain Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Moscow)
25 Mar 2008 Spain 5 - 0 Kazakhstan Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Antequera)
5 Feb 2008 Spain 2 - 0 France Friendly
(Benidorm)
16 Nov 2007 Spain 3 - 0 Poland Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Ponferrada)
12 Oct 2007 Poland 0 - 2 Spain Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Wloclawek)
11 Sep 2007 Spain 4 - 0 Georgia Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Almuñecar)
5 Jun 2007 Georgia 0 - 1 Spain Euro 2009 Qualifier
(Tbilisi)
18 Apr 2007 Spain U21 1 - 0 Spain U20 Training match
6 Feb 2007 England 2 - 2 Spain Friendly
(Derby)
10 Oct 2006 Spain 1 - 2 Italy Euro 2007 Play-off
(Palencia)
6 Oct 2006 Italy 0 - 0 Spain Euro 2007 Play-off
(Modena)
5 Sep 2006 Spain 4 - 2 Slovakia Euro 2007 Qualifier
(Alzira)
1 Sep 2006 Albania 0 - 3 Spain Euro 2007 Qualifier
(Tirana)
31 May 2006 Norway 1 - 0 Spain Friendly
(Stavanger)
17 May 2006 Denmark 2 - 0 Spain Friendly
(Brondby)
28 Feb 2006 Spain 0 - 1 Poland Friendly
(Miranda de Ebro)
11 Oct 2005 San Marino 1 - 10 Spain Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Serravalle)
07 Oct 2005 Belgium 1 - 0 Spain Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Liège)
06 Sep 2005 Spain 2 - 0 Serbia Montenegro Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Aranjuez)
07 Jun 2005 Spain 4 - 2 Bosnia Herzegovina Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Castellón)
03 Jun 2005 Spain 2 - 0 Lithuania Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Onteniente)
29 Mar 2005 Serbia Montenegro 1 - 0 Spain Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Novi Sad)
23 Mar 2005 Spain U21 2 - 1 Spain U20 Friendly (Segovia)
08 Feb 2005 Spain 14 - 0 San Marino Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Ejido)
16 Nov 2004 Spain 1 - 0 England Friendly (Alcalá)
12 Oct 2004 Lithuania 1 - 1 Spain Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Kaunas)
08 Oct 2004 Spain 2 - 2 Belgium Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Muriedas)
07 Sep 2004 Bosnia Herzegovina 0 - 2 Spain Euro 2006 Qualifier
(Sarajevo)
02 Sep 2004 Spain 3 - 1 Scotland Friendly
(Alcoy)
17 Aug 2004 France 1 - 1 Spain Friendly
(La Rochelle)
30 Mar 2004 Spain 3 - 0 Denmark Friendly
(León)
17 Feb 2004 Spain 2 - 1 Norway Friendly
(Sabadell)
19 Nov 2003 Spain 1 - 1 Sweden Euro 2004
Final qualifier
(Almendralejo)
15 Nov 2003 Sweden 2 - 0 Spain Euro 2004
Final qualifier
(Halmstad)
10 Oct 2003 Armenia 0 - 2 Spain Euro 2004 Qualifier
09 Sept 2003 Spain 2 - 0 Ukraine Euro 2004 Qualifier
(Murcia)
10 June 2003 Northern Ireland 1 - 4 Spain Euro 2004 Qualifier
06 June 2003 Spain 2 - 0 Greece Euro 2004 Qualifier
29 Apr 2003 Spain 1 - 0 Australia Friendly
(Lorca)
01 Apr 2003 Spain 5 - 0 Armenia Euro 2004 Qualifier
(Zamora)
28 Mar 2003 Ukraine 0 - 0 Spain Euro 2004 Qualifier
(Kiev)
11 Feb 2003 Spain 3 - 1 Germany Friendly
(Mallorca)
19 Nov 2002 Spain 7 - 1 Bulgaria Friendly
(Guadix)
15 Oct 2002 Spain 3 - 0 Slovenia Friendly
(Ourense)
11 Oct 2002 Spain 1 - 0 Northern Ireland Euro 2004 Qualifier
(Almansa)
06 Sept 2002 Greece 1 - 0 Spain Euro 2004 Qualifier
20 Aug 2002 Hungary 0 - 1 Spain Friendly
16 Apr 2002 Spain 2 - 1 Yugoslavia Friendly
26 Mar 2002 Holland 0 - 3 Spain Friendly
12 Feb 2002 Andorra 1 - 1 Spain Testimonial
13 Nov 2001 Portugal 1 - 0 Spain Euro 2002 Qualifier
play-off
10 Nov 2001 Spain 2 - 1 Portugal Euro 2002 Qualifier
play-off
04 Sep 2001 France 3 - 0 Spain Euro 2002 Qualifier
31 Aug 2001 Spain 2 - 0 Austria Euro 2002 Qualifier
14 Aug 2001 Portugal 0 - 2 Spain Friendly
05 June 2001 Israel 0 - 1 Spain Euro 2002 Qualifier
(Yaffo)
01 June 2001 Spain 5 - 1 Bosnia Euro 2002 Qualifier
(Ponferrada)
25 Mar 2001 Spain 1 - 1 France Euro 2002 Qualifier
27 Feb 2001 England 0 - 4 Spain Friendly
14 Nov 2000 Spain 2 - 0 Holland Friendly
10 Oct 2000 Austria 2 - 1 Spain Euro 2002 Qualifier
06 Oct 2000 Spain 1 - 0 Israel Euro 2002 Qualifier
Sep 2000 Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
01 Sep 2000 Bosnia 0 - 2 Spain Euro 2002 Qualifier
15 Aug 2000 Germany 3 - 1 Spain Friendly
Jun 2000 European championship 2000