Marquisate of Del Bosque

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Marquisate of Del Bosque
Creation date 3 February 2011
Monarch Juan Carlos I of Spain
Peerage Spain
First holder Vicente del Bosque
Present holder Vicente del Bosque González
Heir apparent Vicente del Bosque López
Remainder to heirs of the body of the grantee according to absolute primogeniture

Marquis of Del Bosque (Spanish: Marquesado de Del Bosque) is a hereditary title in the Spanish nobility. The marquisate was bestowed by Juan Carlos I of Spain upon Vicente del Bosque, by Royal Decree 135/2011, on 3 February 2011 in recognition of his "great dedication to Spanish sport and the contribution of don Vicente del Bosque González to the promotion of sporting values".[1] Del Bosque led Spain to their first ever World Cup title at the 2010 competition in South Africa.

His style of address is: Ilustrísimo Señor Marqués de Del Bosque ("The Most Illustrious The Marquis of Del Bosque").

Marquesses of Del Bosque (2011)[edit]

The heir apparent is the present holder's son Vicente del Bosque López (b. 1987)

See also[edit]