List of Spain international footballers

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Iker Casillas has made the most appearances for Spain

This is a list of Spain international footballersfootball players who have played for the Spain national football team. All players with 20 or more official caps are listed here.

This table is up to date, as of 28 March 2017.[1]

# Name Career Caps Goals Honours
1 Iker Casillas 2000– 167 93 (Conceded) 2008, 2010, 2012
2 Sergio Ramos 2005– 142 10 2008, 2010, 2012
3 Xavi 2000–2014 133 12 2008, 2010, 2012
4 Andoni Zubizarreta 1985–1998 126 99 (Conceded)
5 Andrés Iniesta 2006– 118 13 2008, 2010, 2012
6 Xabi Alonso 2003–2014 114 16 2008, 2010, 2012
7 David Silva 2006– 112 31 2008, 2010, 2012
8 Cesc Fàbregas 2006– 110 15 2008, 2010, 2012
= Fernando Torres 2003–2014 110 38 2008, 2010, 2012
10 Raúl 1996–2006 102 44
11 Carles Puyol 2000–2013 100 3 2008, 2010
12 David Villa 2005–2014 97 59 2008, 2010
13 Sergio Busquets 2009– 96 2 2010, 2012
14 Fernando Hierro 1989–2002 89 29
15 Gerard Piqué 2009– 88 5 2010, 2012
16 José Antonio Camacho 1975–1988 81 0
17 Santi Cazorla 2008– 77 14 2008, 2012
18 Rafael Gordillo 1978–1988 75 3
19 Emilio Butragueño 1984–1992 69 26
= Carlos Marchena 2002–2011 69 2 2008, 2010
21 Luis Arconada 1977–1985 68 63 (Conceded)
22 Míchel 1985–1992 66 21
23 Luis Enrique 1991–2002 62 12  Gold 1992
= Miguel Ángel Nadal 1991–2002 62 3
= Pedro 2010– 62 17 2010, 2012
26 Joan Capdevila 2002–2011 60 4 2008, 2010
= Víctor Muñoz 1981–1988 60 3
28 Álvaro Arbeloa 2008–2013 56 0 2008, 2010, 2012
= Sergi Barjuán 1994–2002 56 1
= Julio Salinas 1986–1996 56 22
= Santillana 1975–1985 56 15
32 Rafael Alkorta 1990–1998 54 0
= Abelardo Fernández 1991–2001 54 3  Gold 1992
36 Jordi Alba 2011– 53 6 2012
= Joseba Etxeberria 1997–2004 53 12
= Míchel Salgado 1998–2006 53 0
37 David Albelda 2001–2008 51 0
= Raúl Albiol 2007–2015 51 0 2008, 2010, 2012
= Joaquín 2002–2007 51 4
40 José Ángel Iribar 1964–1976 49 42 (Conceded) 1964
41 Manuel Sanchís 1986–1992 48 1
42 Pep Guardiola 1992–2000 47 5  Gold 1992
= Iván Helguera 1998–2004 47 3
= Fernando Morientes 1998–2007 47 27
45 Santiago Cañizares 1993–2006 46 26 (Conceded)  Gold 1992
= Juan Carlos Valerón 1998–2005 46 5
= Ricardo Zamora 1920–1936 46 42 (Conceded)
48 Rubén Baraja 2000–2005 43 7
= Francisco Gento 1955–1969 43 5
50 Amancio Amaro 1962–1974 42 11 1964
= Ricardo Gallego 1982–1988 42 2
52 Juan Manuel Asensi 1969–1980 41 7
= Julen Guerrero 1993–2000 41 13
= Juan Mata 2009– 41 10 2010, 2012
= Pirri 1966–1978 41 16
= Juan Antonio Señor 1982–1988 41 6
57 Gaizka Mendieta 1999–2002 40 8
58 Andoni Goikoetxea 1983–1988 39 4
59 Alfonso Pérez 1992–2000 38 11  Gold 1992
= Rafael Martín Vázquez 1987–1992 38 1
= Vicente 2001–2005 38 3
62 Guillermo Amor 1990–1998 37 4
63 Albert Ferrer 1991–1999 36 0  Gold 1992
= Gallego 1966–1973 36 0 1964
= Ion Andoni Goikoetxea 1990–1996 36 4
= Antonio Maceda 1981–1986 36 8
67 Francisco José Carrasco 1979–1988 35 5
= Jesús Navas 2009–2014 35 3 2010, 2012
= Quini 1970–1982 35 8
= Antoni Ramallets 1950–1961 35 50 (Conceded)
= Pepe Reina 2005– 35 21 (Conceded) 2008, 2010, 2012
72 José Ramón Alexanko 1978–1982 34 4
= Juanito 1976–1982 34 8
= Julio Alberto Moreno 1984–1988 34 0
75 Agustín Gaínza 1945–1955 33 10
= Koke 2013– 33 0
77 Migueli 1974–1980 32 1
= Jesús María Satrústegui 1975–1982 32 8
= Luis Suárez 1957–1972 32 14 1964
80 Alfredo Di Stéfano 1957–1961 31 23
81 José Mari Bakero 1987–1994 30 7
= Jesús María Zamora 1978–1982 30 3
83 Roberto Fernández 1982–1991 29 2
= Jesús Garay 1953–1962 29 1
85 Genar Andrinúa 1987–1990 28 2
= Agustín Aranzábal 1995–2003 28 0
= Manolo 1988–1992 28 9
= Marcos Senna 2006–2010 28 1 2008
= Juan Cruz Sol 1970–1976 28 1
90 Miguel Tendillo 1980–1988 27 1
91 Juanito 2002–2008 26 3 2008
= Kiko 1992–1998 26 5  Gold 1992
= Chendo 1986–1990 26 0
= Feliciano Rivilla 1960–1965 26 0 1964
95 Jacinto Quincoces 1928–1936 25 0
= Luis Regueiro 1927–1936 25 16
= Dani 1977–1981 25 10
= Joan Segarra 1951–1962 25 0
= Ismael Urzaiz 1996–2001 25 8
= Ignacio Zoco 1961–1969 25 1 1964
101 Fernando Llorente 2008–2013 24 7 2010, 2012
102 José Claramunt 1968–1975 23 4
= Pablo Ibáñez 2004–2008 23 0
= Antonio Puchades 1949–1954 23 0
= Enrique Saura 1978–1982 23 4
106 Marcos Alonso 1981–1985 22 1
= Estanislao Basora 1949–1957 22 13
= Txiki Begiristain 1988–1994 22 6
= Gregorio Benito 1971–1978 22 0
= Juanfran 2012– 22 0 2012
= Juan Antonio Pizzi 1994–1998 22 8
= Hipólito Rincón 1983–1986 22 10
= Tonono 1967–1972 22 0
= Ángel María Villar 1973–1979 22 3
115 José Luis Caminero 1993–1996 21 8
= Daniel Güiza 2007–2010 21 6 2008
= Paco 1998–2001 21 0
= Pedro Munitis 1999–2002 21 2
= Álvaro Negredo 2009–2013 21 10 2012
= José María Peña 1921–1930 21 1
= José Antonio Reyes 2003–2006 21 4
= Josep Samitier 1920–1931 21 2
123 Thiago Alcântara 2011– 20 0
= Miguel Ángel Alonso 1980–1982 20 1
= Francisco Gamborena 1921–1933 20 0
= David de Gea 2014– 20 12 (Conceded)
= Jesús Glaría 1962–1969 20 0
= Francisco López 1982–1986 20 1
= Severino Reija 1962–1967 20 0 1964
= Víctor Valdés 2010–2014 20 9 (Conceded) 2010, 2012
= Zarra 1945–1951 20 20

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spain international footballers of all-time". eu-football.info. Retrieved June 13, 2016.