Spain B National Football Team
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Spain B National Football Team

Spain B
AssociationSpanish Football Federation
Most capsPepillo (9)
Top scorerManuel Badenes (8)
First international
Spain Spain B 5-2 Portugal B Portugal
(A Coruña, Spain; 20 March 1949)
Biggest win
Spain Spain B 7-1 Greece Greece
(Madrid, Spain; 13 March 1955)
Biggest defeat
Germany West Germany B 5-2 Spain B Spain
(Dortmund, West Germany; 14 June 1953)
Spain Spain B 2-5 West Germany B Germany
(Barcelona, Spain; 31 May 1956)

Spain B was a secondary football team run occasionally as support for the Spain national football team. They commonly played matches against 'B' teams from other football associations, from 1949 to 1981.[1][2]

Results

20 March 1949 Friendly Spain  5-2  Portugal Riazor, A Coruña
Report
Referee: Léon Boes (France)
14 June 1953 Friendly West Germany  5-2  Spain Rote Erde, Dortmund
Report
Referee: Karel van der Meer (Netherlands)
13 March 1955 Mediterranean Cup Spain  7-1  Greece Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Report Referee: Maurice Frédéric Guigue (France)
27 November 1955 Mediterranean Cup Spain  5-1  Egypt Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Report Referee: Armando Marchetti (Italy)
8 December 1956 Mediterranean Cup Italy  0-1  Spain Amsicora, Cagliari
Report
Referee: Sulhi Garan (Turkey)
8 March 1957 Mediterranean Cup Egypt  0-1  Spain , Cairo
Report
Referee: Giannis Daskalakis (Greece)
24 November 1957 Friendly Luxembourg  1-4  Spain Municipal, Luxembourg City
Report
Referee: Daniel Mellet (Switzerland)
16 October 1958 Mediterranean Cup Spain  3-1  Italy La Romareda, Zaragoza
Report
Referee: Jean-Louis Groppi (France)
15 May 1960 Friendly Morocco  3-3  Spain Honneur, Casablanca
Report
Referee: Francisco Guerra (Portugal)
12 October 1960 Friendly Spain  4-3  Morocco Los Cármenes, Granada
16:30
Report
Referee: Abel Campos (Portugal)
24 September 1980 Friendly Spain  2-2  Hungary Nou Estadi, Valencia
Report
Referee: Paolo Casarin (Italy)
18 February 1981 Friendly France  0-0  Spain Municipal, Toulouse
Report Referee: Enzo Barbaresco (Italy)
15 April 1981 Friendly Hungary  1-3  Spain , Gyöngyös
Report
Referee: Josef Marko (Czechoslovakia)
18 November 1981 Friendly Spain  2-0  Poland La Romareda, Zaragoza
Report Referee: Franz Gächter (Switzerland)

Spain national football B team head to head

Key
Positive balance (more Wins)
Neutral balance (Wins = Losses)
Negative balance (more Losses)
Nationality From To P W D L Win %[a] GF GA GD
 France 1954 1981 5 4 1 0 90% 10 3 +7
 Portugal 1949 1964 3 2 1 0 83.33% 8 2 +6
 Luxembourg 1953 1957 2 2 0 0 100% 6 1 +5
 Egypt 1955 1957 2 2 0 0 100% 6 1 +5
 Italy 1956 1958 2 2 0 0 100% 4 1 +3
 Hungary 1980 1981 2 1 1 0 75% 5 3 +2
 Turkey 1957 1959 2 1 1 0 75% 2 0 +2
 Poland 1980 1981 2 1 1 0 75% 2 0 +2
 Morocco 1960 1960 2 1 1 0 75% 7 6 +1
 Greece 1955 1957 2 1 0 1 50% 7 3 +4
 West Germany 1953 1956 2 0 0 2 0% 4 10 -6
 England 1981 1981 1 1 0 0 100% 3 2 +1
 East Germany 1980 1980 1 0 1 0 50% 0 0 0
Total 28 18 7 3 76.79% 64 32 +32

Player records

Top appearances

Rank Player Club(s) Year(s) Caps
1 Pepillo Sevilla, Real Madrid 1955-1960 9
2 Enrique Collar Atlético Madrid 1955-1959 7
  Manuel Mestre Valencia 1957-1960 7
4 Justo Tejada Barcelona 1954-1960 6
  Ferran Olivella Barcelona 1956-1958 6
  Francisco García Real Madrid 1980-1981 6
  Manuel Jiménez Sporting Gijón 1980-1981 6
8 Campanal Sevilla 1953-1957 5
  Antonio Argilés Espanyol 1953-1956 5
  Joaquín Peiró Atlético Madrid 1956-1959 5
  José Vicente Espanyol 1957-1960 5
  Juan José Rubio Atlético Madrid 1980-1981 5
  Javier Urruticoechea Espanyol 1980-1981 5

Note: Club(s) represents all the clubs that players played in at the time they did it too in the Bs.

Top goalscorers

Rank Player Club(s) Year(s) Goals
1 Manuel Badenes Valencia 1955 8
2 Justo Tejada Barcelona 1954-1960 5
  Joaquín Peiró Atlético Madrid 1956-1959 5
4 Pepillo Sevilla, Real Madrid 1955-1960 4
5 Enrique Mateos Real Madrid 1957-1960 3
  Juan José Rubio Atlético Madrid 1980-1981 3
7 Silvestre Igoa Valencia 1949 2
  Ramoní Sevilla 1953 2
  Pablo Olmedo Celta Vigo 1955 2
  Marcelino Martínez Zaragoza 1961 2
  José María García Oviedo 1964 2
  Pichi Alonso Zaragoza 1981 2
  Enrique Morán Betis 1981 2

Note: Club(s) represents all the clubs that players played in at the time they did it too in the Bs.

Notes

  1. ^ A draw counts as a ½ win

References

  1. ^ "Spain national team: Selection B". BDFutbol. Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "¿Sabes qué era la Selección Absoluta B?" [Do you know what the Senior B Team was?]. SEFútbol (in Spanish). RFEF. 29 July 2013. Retrieved 2019.

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