Top Ten Spanish Football Players of All Time
The Top Ten Spanish Football Players of All Time
Scorer of the most important goal in Spanish Football history. World Cup Winner against the Netherlands. Xavi and Villa are up there, but he is definitely the all-time best.
Best Spanish player. He led Spain to their first world cup victory
ANDRES INIESTA! DEFINITELY 2ND PLACE. HE IS AN ABSOLUTE GOD OF Spain BUT David VILLA IS MUCH BETTER.
Was good for select in Fifa games haha
David Villa sucks like eggs
He is a heo
I m lucky to witness a great player like Torres...i hope one day when I will have children I'll tell them his heroic stories...
You are the best goal keeper please keep it up
He is the best goalkeeper the la rojas has ever had...
You are one of the best because you use to be on Barca
You are the best defender in Real Madrid and Spain
El mejor jugador español de todos los tiempos eres un crak
Greatest goalkeeper of the first half of 20th century and best Spanish football player in the same period.
The original Luis Suárez.
THE ONLY SPANISH PLAYER THAT WON BALLON D'OR (1960).
He was also second twice (1961,1964) and one time third (1965).
He played as an attacking midfielder for Deportivo de La Coruña, CD España Industrial, FC Barcelona, Inter Milan, Sampdoria and Spain. Suárez is regarded as one of Spain's greatest players. European champion with Spain (1964).
In 1961 Suárez became the world's most expensive footballer and the first £100,000 transfer when FC Barcelona sold him to Inter for 250 million Italian lire (£142,000). The move saw him follow his mentor Helenio Herrera.
After retirement he followed a coaching career.
You are the best
Why is he getting so less vote? He was amazing
He should be given more respect as a legend...
László Kubala Stecz, also referred to as Ladislav Kubala (in Slovak) or Ladislao Kubala (in Spanish), was a professional footballer, regarded as one of the best forwards in history; he is considered a symbol of Barcelona (1951-1961). He played for, among other clubs, Ferencváros, Slovan Bratislava, Barcelona, and Espanyol. A Hungarian national by birth, he also held Czechoslovak and Spanish citizenship, and played for the national teams of all three countries.
Isidro Lángara Galarraga was a legendary striker from the Basque Country.
During his professional career (1930-1948), he played in three different countries, honoured 6 times as top tier division goalscorer and according to reliable sources he struck at least 525 goals in official games.
As a footballer, Isidro Lángara was famed for his athleticism. Author of numerous "Impossible goals," he often scored from far out on the pitch with incredible powerful kicks. One particular famous occasion was on the opening matchday of the 1933-34 season when his Oviedo faced FC Barcelona. On that day, Lángara scored twice from set pieces around 50 metres out. When recounting the event, then Espanyol goalkeeper Lázaro Florenza noted "he scored an impossible goal, not once but twice". Lángara played 12 games with the National team netted 17 times.
To this day he holds the record for the best strike rate in Spanish first division history, with an average of 1.16 goals per game.
The great captain of the legendary Real Madrid of the 50s.
He was elected 30th player of the 20th century (IFFHS).
Pedro Telmo Zarraonandía Montoya known as Telmo Zarra was a Spanish football forward. He spent the majority of his career at Athletic Bilbao, from 1940 to 1955, for whom he remains the top scorer in competitive matches with 335 goals.
During his career, Zarra scored a total of 251 top division goals, a Spanish record that lasted nearly six decades before being broken by Lionel Messi. His 81 goals in the Copa del Rey remains a record today.
He played 20 times with his National team scored 20 goals.
The Zarra Trophy for the highest-scoring Spaniard in La Liga is awarded in his memory.
Thank god Messi's not on the list
ähm what? He is portuguese, not spanish
The best Spanish defender of the first half of the 20th century.
Rafael Moreno Aranzadi (1892 - 1922), known as Pichichi, was a Spanish footballer who played as a forward. He played for Athletic Bilbao and received his nickname because of his frail build (height of 5 ft 1⁄2 in - 1.54 m). Pichichi would score 200 goals out of 170 appearances at Bilbao, a fantastic sum cut short by a fatal bout of typhus.
In 1920, Pichichi was a member of the very first Spain national team that played at the Summer Olympic Games in Belgium. He earned five senior caps.
In 1953, Spanish sports newspaper Diario Marca introduced the Pichichi Trophy in his honour. It was awarded each year to the top scorers in La Liga and Segunda División.