|Full name||Miguel Reina Santos|
|Date of birth||21 January 1946|
|Place of birth||Córdoba, Spain|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in Córdoba, Andalusia, Reina finished his formation with local Córdoba CF. He made his La Liga debut on 11 October 1964 in a 2–0 home win against Elche CF, aged only 18, and finished his first season with 26 appearances as his club ranked in fifth position.
In the 1966 off-season Reina joined FC Barcelona, appearing in only four league games in his first three years combined as he acted as understudy to both José Manuel Pesudo and Salvador Sadurní. From 1969–70 onwards he became first-choice, going on to win his second Copa del Rey with the Catalans – the first as an active member – and adding the Ricardo Zamora Trophy for the 1972–73 campaign (all 34 matches played for the runners-up and only 21 goals conceded, posting a record of 824 minutes without a goal which would last until 1 November 2011 when he was surpassed by Víctor Valdés).
Aged 27, Reina left Barça and signed for Atlético Madrid, rarely missing a game in his first five seasons and winning the 1977 national championship – his only in the competition. He also reached the final of the 1974 European Cup against FC Bayern Munich at the Heysel Stadium in Belgium: after 90 minutes the match was tied 0–0 and, in the 114th minute, Luis Aragonés scored for the Colchoneros, but Reina let in a long-range shot with just seconds to go, and the Spaniards went on to lose the replay 0–4.
From 1978 to 1980 Reina only managed to be third-choice at Atlético, and retired at the age of 34 with nearly 500 official appearances to his credit.
Reina earned five caps for Spain in a period of three 1/2 years. His debut came on 15 October 1969 in a 6–0 win against Finland for the 1970 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, played at La Línea de la Concepción.
In the 1970–71 season Reina was only played by English coach Vic Buckingham away from the Camp Nou, as the player was consistently booed by his own fans after a poor performance against FC Dynamo Moscow.
- Atlético Madrid
- Intercontinental Cup: 1974
- La Liga: 1976–77
- Copa del Generalísimo: 1975–76
- European Cup: Runner-up 1973–74
- Spain U18
- UEFA European Under-18 Championship: Runner-up 1964
- Víctor Valdés breaks Miguel Reina's unbeaten record; Barcelona's official website, 1 November 2011
- Miguel Reina, volando en el área (Miguel Reina, flying in the box); ABC, 30 September 2009 (Spanish)
- Long to Reina over us; El Centrocampista, 23 November 2011
- Reina: «Jugar en Chipre sería un paso importante para mí (Reina: «To play in Cyprus would be an important step for me); El Mundo Deportivo, 1 May 1971 (Spanish)
- Miguel Reina profile at BDFutbol
- National team data (Spanish)
- Miguel Reina at National-Football-Teams.com
- Miguel Reina – FIFA competition record
- FC Barcelona profile