The Spanish national football team is enjoying a period of undeniable success. They are currently placed in the top spot of FIFA Rankings after winning the last 2 European Championships in 2008 and 2012 as well as lifting the World Cup in 2010.

Can we see the players that wear the Spanish soccer jersey lift a 4th consecutive international tournament trophy in Brazil next summer.

Summer 2014 will see the 20th hosting of the prestigious FIFA World Cup football competition; it will be held in Brazil and promises to be an unmissable event on the sporting calendar.

Winning the World Cup is a huge honour that has been achieved by only 8 national sides.

Spain are the reigning champions and will be looking to defend their title wearing the brand new Spain 2014 FIFA World Cup Home Soccer Jersey.

German sportswear manufacturer Adidas has held the licence to make the Spanish soccer jersey since 1992. The team's traditional colors are a red shirt with navy blue shorts.

There is usually some form of yellow trim merging together the colors of the Spain national flag.

The Spanish Coat Of Arms is used as a team crest and is displayed on the match day kits, training wear and other merchandise.

In preparation for Brazil next summer Adidas has recently released the brand new Spain 2014 FIFA World Cup Home Soccer Jersey.

The kit was released amidst a big advertising campaign in Madrid with the slogan 'La Roja O Ninguna' translating to 'All In Or Nothing'.

Highlighting the team's determination to maintain their football dominance as they strive for a 2nd successive World Cup trophy.

The red shirt and blue shorts have been the Spanish team colors since the 1920s, but the new Spain 2014 FIFA World Cup Home Soccer Jersey features a controversial change.

This kit features red jersey, shorts and socks. The shirt features a subtle striped pattern with slightly different shades of red.

Gold replaces the traditional yellow color for the Adidas logo and stripes, as well as the Spanish crest and 2010 Winners patch.

The team that wear the Spanish soccer jersey are not a favorite choice to lift the World Cup next summer.

Host nation and 5 time competition winners Brazil are seen as the most likely champions.

Fellow South American team Argentina is also highly rated with Germany and Spain being the choice European teams.

It is sure to be a hard fought contest with all of these team's top picks for reaching the later stages.

The Spain starting line up has been an unchanging star-studded squad for the last few years.

With more than enough talent to start 2 full teams wearing the Spanish soccer jersey head coach Vincente Del Bosque has plenty of choice regarding who he will take to Brazil.

Well knows such as Xavi, Iniesta and David Villa are likely choices alongside newer team members such as Cesc Fabregas.

Hernandez Xavi, David Villa and Andres Iniesta are all long-term football professionals who have been in the most successful Spain side ever.

They wore their Spanish soccer jerseys in the winning teams of 2008, 2010 and 2012.

These 3 star soccer players make a strong central core that is sure to be essential to their World Cup campaign.

Cesc Fabregas is another star that is set to feature in the Spain 2014 FIFA World Cup Home Soccer Jersey.

Fabregas made his 1st team debut in 2006, he has since made 86 international appearances and has been named as likely to be an influential choice in Del Bosque's starting line up.

He currently plays for top Spanish side Barcelona and is one of the world's top footballers.

Vincente Del Bosque is one of the most experienced football managers and is likely to be considering his options carefully.

Whichever of the many star players he chooses to wear the Spanish soccer jersey in Brazil next summer he is sure to arrive with one of the best teams in the competition.

Whether Spain can lift the trophy is yet to be decided but as the anticipation and excitement build in Brazil and around the globe the 20th World Cup is definitely not to be missed.

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