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Adidas unveiled Spain’s 2014 World Cup away kit, which is distinctively different than previous years with the all-black kit, highlighted by neon green.
In the Adidas release, the black kits, which feature the Spanish National team crest and the world champions star, accompanied by the slogan, ‘show your colours or fade away.”
Adidas went on to announce that Spain will have a chance to show their colours when they will wear the kits for the first time in a friendly against Italy on 5th March and will be available for purchase the day before.
Spain will play Italy at the Vicente Calderon, and while the kits are getting their first official run-out, they won’t likely be seen again until the knockout rounds of the World Cup, as they face Holland and Chile as the home side, leaving the new kits to make their World Cup debut in the next round, where Spain could meet Brazil.
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Are Spain and Germany 'real' rivals in football ? | Yahoo Answers
Perhaps for the current generation of players since they've played each other deep into big tournaments there is a rivalry. But historically no.
Germany's most heated rivalries are with Holland and, to a lesser extent these days, France.
Germany does not really consider England as a main rival. The 'rivalry' exists more from the English point of view who love to throw in the World War II angle. Wikipedia lists a section on the England-Germany 'rivalry' but the page does not exist in German. (a Germany-Netherlands page does exist in German - see links below)
And like Spain, Argentina…