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Spain football federation sets presidential election date for April

Luis Rubiales is currently the acting president.'

The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has said its presidential election will take place on April 9.

Former Spanish Footballers' Association (AFE) president Luis Rubiales is the only official candidate for the post so far.

However, Juan Luis Larrea -- who took over as acting chief last summer when Angel Maria Villar was banned for a year by the National Sports Council (CSD), Spain's highest sporting authority, after being arrested in an anti-corruption investigation -- is expected to run.

Julen Lopetegui worried by lack of Isco, Asensio games; backs Costa return

Sid Lowe explains why Spain are content with drawing Portugal in Group B and evaluates their chances of winning the World Cup.
Marcos Alonso reflects on his goalscoring form in 2017 and how well the Spaniards are playing at Chelsea.

Spain coach Julen Lopetegui has admitted to concern over a lack of playing time at Real Madrid for Isco and Marco Asensio ahead of the summer's World Cup, while saying Diego Costa will likely return in his next squad following his immediate impact back at Atletico Madrid.

Isco, 25, was one of Spain's standout players through World Cup qualifying over the last two years, scoring twice in the key 3-0 victory over Italy last September, while Asensio, 21, has more recently also emerged as a potential...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

UEFA Nations League: England draw Spain; Germany, France, Netherlands together

Take an in-depth look at just how exactly the first ever UEFA Nations League will work.
ESPN's Mark Ogden discusses England's draw in the newly formed Nations League and whether it can be a success going forward.
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez believes the UEFA Nations League is a major step in bringing back importance to international football.

England will take on Croatia and Spain in their UEFA Nations League Group while World Cup holders Germany face France and Netherlands.

Gareth Southgate's side last played Spain in November 2016, where they battled out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Isco grabbing a late equaliser at Wembley.

Elsewhere, Euro 2016 winners Portugal will face Italy and Poland, while Roberto Martinez's Belgium take on Iceland and Switzerland.

The Nations League is designed to replace most friendlies in Europe while allowing...

New York City FC's David Villa eyeing spot in Spain's World Cup squad

David Villa was recalled by Spain coach Julen Lopetegui for two World Cup qualifiers in August.

New York City FC forward David Villa says he will be "working hard" to play in his fourth consecutive World Cup this summer.

Spain's all-time top scorer with 59 goals in 98 games, Villa is hoping to have a strong start to the Major League Soccer season in order to win a place in Julen Lopetegui's squad for the tournament in Russia.

"The only thing I can do is to give my best for New York City FC when the league starts in March," the 36-year-old Villa told EFE while attending a conference of the...

Argentina confirm pre-World Cup friendly game against Spain

Lionel Messi hopes that Argentina will reach another World Cup final, but admits he's focusing on the group stage first.
In an interview with ESPN FC, Lionel Messi hits back at claims he makes the decisions for Argentina.
Jorge Ramos breaks down each of the five qualified South American teams' groups following the World Cup draw.

Argentina will play an international friendly against Spain in March in preparation for the World Cup, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) president Claudio Tapia has confirmed.

The encounter will be on March 27 at a venue yet to be finalised, four days after Argentina take on Italy in a friendly in Basel, Switzerland.

"We will play two friendlies in March against two very prestigious [national] teams," TyC Sports reported Tapia as saying. "They are two important national sides and will give...