In the 2008 UEFA European Championship, played in Vienna's Ernst-Happel-Stadion, L'equip d'or defeated Germany 1–0, with a goal scored by Fernando Torres in the 33rd minute. This was Spain's first major title since the 1964 European Championship. Spain was the top scoring team, with 12 goals, and David Villa finished as the top scorer with four goals; Xavi was awarded the player of the tournament, and nine Spanish players were picked for the Euro 2008 Team of the Tournament. Honor this historic moment with the Spain Archives tee from Puma. It features "08" in a plastisol print on the front along with the team name in Spanish. It also features a match summary in Spanish sewn under the back collar. You will love having this piece of the Spanish National Football Team history!
100% Cotton fabric
Screen print graphics
Plastisol screen print graphics
Team color accents
Officially licensed Team Spain shirt
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