Hi, football fans! My name is Santiago and I will be your activity guide for the day! Join me to discover the history of the last golden generation of Spanish football. A visit to the museum that keeps the stories of South Africa, the two European Cups and the legacy of Tiki-Taka.
The golden generation that helped Spain to achieve 6 years of dominance in the world of football is well and truly gone. However, the Spanish football team’s has a museum in Ciudad del Fútbol complex, in Las Rozas.
The museum begins with the earliest years of the Spanish national team, highlighting some of its most memorable last generation: two European Championships (Austria/Switzerland in 2008, Poland/Ukraine in 2012) and the FIFA World Cup (South Africa in 2010).
These glorious moments are part of the experience, in which you can find articles of players such as Andrés Iniesta, Xavi Hernández, Vicente del Bosque, and objects such as the ball they used in the final and different memories of that feat.
The visit is planned to end in Plaza de Colón, an emblematic place where Spanish fans celebrated in 2010!