Spanish national squad 2020 Olympic Games revealed

The Spanish National Squad for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics presents a few popular faces and plenty of fresh talents

Spanish national squad

The Spanish national team’s 22-man squad for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games has now been revealed. The football heavyweights qualified for the Euro 2020 quarterfinals after a thrilling 5-3 win against Croatia, and the Olympics squad contains a number of the stars who starred in the victory.

Spain will be chasing their first Olympic medal in 21 years as they last won the second placed medal in 2000, losing the final to Cameroon. The core members of this side have already tasted international success, with many of them also included in the side that won the U-21 European Championship in 2019.

The Spanish National Squad

Goalkeepers:

Spanish national squad
Unai Simon is currently playing in the Euros 2020

Álvaro Fernández (SD Huesca);

Unai Simón (Athletic Club);

Álex Domínguez (UD Las Palmas)

Defenders:

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Eric Garcia (l) and Pau Torres are currently playing in the Euros 2020

Óscar Mingueza (FC Barcelona);

Jesus Vallejo (Granada CF);

Èric García (FC Barcelona);

Pau Torres (Villarreal CF);

Óscar Gil (RCD Espanyol);

Juan Miranda (Real Betis Balompié)

Midfielders:

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Pedri has been one of the shining lights for Spanish football in the ongoign Euros 2020

Marc Cucurella (Getafe CF);

Jon Moncayola (CA Osasuna);

Martín Zubimendi (Real Sociedad);

Dani Ceballos (Real Madrid);

Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad);

Carlos Soler (Valencia CF);

Pedri (FC Barcelona)

Forwards:

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Dani Olmo (#19) and Mikel Oyarzabal (r) are both currently playing in the Euros 2020.

Bryan Gil (Sevilla CF);

Marco Asensio (Real Madrid);

Dani Olmo (Leipzig);

Mikel Oyarzábal (Real Sociedad);

Rafa Mir (Wolverhampton);

Javi Puado (Espanyol)

Out of all these players, the current Euro squad includes Unai Simon, Eric Garcia, Pau Torres, Pedri, Dani Olmo and Mikel Oyarzabal. With a strong side filled with both proven players and fledging talents including Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio and Dani Ceballos, Valencia’s Carlos Soler and Bryan Gil from Sevilla, manager Luis de la Fuente would be aiming to win the tournament.

The Spanish national squad kick off by playing a friendly against Japan on 17th July before playing their opening two matches in the Olympic Games.

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