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Victoria, the Spanish national football team's official beer, takes a look back at the main milestones in the history of the team with ''The Value of the First Victory''
Coinciding with the start of the European Championship, we are launching 'The Value of the First victory': a journey through the greatest moments in the history of the Spanish national team, moments that have made history for 'La Roja'.
The first victory dates back to 28th August 1920 in Brussels, when the Spanish national team achieved its first win in an official match against Denmark, thanks to Patricio's goal in the 54th minute.
The team's second victory was on 21st June 1964, when they won the European Nations’ Cup (now known as the European Championship) at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium thanks to the legendary goal scored by Marcelino.
And finally, the happiest day in Spanish football, on 11th July 2020 in Johannesburg (South Africa), when Vicente del Bosque's team defeated the Dutch with Andrés Iniesta's goal, which gave us all goosebumps.
Thanks to collaboration with the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), the advertisement features shots filmed at its museum, located at the Ciudad del Fútbol in Las Rozas, a space that houses La Roja's most memorable records and moments from its founding in 1920 to the present day.