Vicente del Bosque
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Personal information
Full name Vicente del Bosque González
Date of birth 23 December 1950 (1950-12-23) (age 70)
Place of birth    Salamanca, Flag of Spain Spain
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Defensive Midfielder
Youth clubs
1966–1968
1968–1969
Flag of Spain Salamantino
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1969–1970
1970–1984
1970–1971
1971–1972
1972–1973
Total
Flag of Spain Plus Ultra
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of SpainCastellón (loan)
Flag of SpainCórdoba (loan)
Flag of SpainCastellón (loan)
011 00(5)
312 0(14)
013 00(4)
019 00(1)
030 00(5)
385 0(29)   
National team
1969
1970–1976
1975–1980
Flag of Spain Spain U18
Flag of Spain Spain amateur
Flag of Spain Spain
0000(0)
0000(0)
018 00(1)
Teams managed
1987–1990
1994
1996
1999–2003
2004–2005
2008–2016
Flag of Spain Real Madrid B
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of Spain Real Madrid (caretaker)
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of Turkey Beşiktaş
Flag of Spain Spain

Vicente del Bosque González, 1st Marquess of Del Bosque (born 23 December 1950) is a Spanish football manager and former player who last managed the Spain national team. He is regarded as one of the greatest and most successful managers of all time; he is to date the only football manager to have won the Champions League, the European Championship, and the World Cup, as well as the Intercontinental Cup.

After taking over from Luis Aragonés – who had led Spain to European success at UEFA Euro 2008 – del Bosque went on to lead the national team to win their first-ever FIFA World Cup in 2010, and then to retain their European Championship in 2012. Del Bosque coached Real Madrid from 1999 to 2003, which was one of the most successful periods in the club's modern era.

During his playing career, del Bosque made over 400 appearances for Real Madrid, winning five La Liga titles and four Copas del Rey. He played internationally with the senior Spain national team on 18 occasions.

Honours

Clubs

Player

Real Madrid

Manager

Real Madrid
Spain

Individual

  • UEFA Club Coach of the Year (2): 2000, 2002
  • IFFHS World's Best Club Coach: 2002
  • IFFHS World’s Best National Coach (3): 2009, 2010, 2012
  • World Manager of the Year: 2012
  • FIFA World Coach of the Year: 2012

External links

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FIFA World Cup winning managers

1930: Suppici · 1934: Pozzo · 1938: Pozzo · 1950: López Fontana · 1954: Herberger · 1958: Feola · 1962: Moreira · 1966: Ramsey · 1970: Zagallo · 1974: Schön · 1978: Menotti · 1982: Bearzot · 1986: Bilardo · 1990: Beckenbauer · 1994: Parreira · 1998: Jacquet · 2002: Scolari · 2006: Lippi · 2010: Del Bosque · 2014: Löw · 2018: Deschamps ·

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Spain – 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup


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Spain – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Winners (1st title)

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Marchena 5. Puyol 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. F. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Capdevila 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Pedro 19. Llorente 20. Martínez 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

  • Manager: Flag of Spain Vicente del Bosque
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Spain – UEFA Euro 2012 - Winners (3rd title)

1. Casillas (c) 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Juanfran 6. Iniesta 7. Pedro 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Negredo 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Llorente 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

  • Manager: Flag of Spain Vicente del Bosque
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Spain – 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup - Runner-up

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Azpilicueta 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Pedro 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Soldado 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Monreal 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

  • Manager: Flag of Spain Vicente del Bosque
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Spain – 2014 FIFA World Cup - Group stage

1. I. Casillas (c) 2. R. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Javi Martínez 5. Juanfran 6. A. Iniesta 7. David Villa 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Pedro 12. De Gea 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Koke 18. Alba 19. Diego Costa 20. S. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Azpilicueta 23. Reina

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Spain – UEFA Euro 2016 – Round of 16

1. Casillas 2. Azpilicueta 3. Piqué 4. Bartra 5. Busquets 6. Iniesta 7. Morata 8. Koke 9. Vázquez 10. Fàbregas 11. Pedro 12. Bellerín 13. De Gea 14. Thiago 15. Ramos 16. Juanfran 17. San José 18. Alba 19. Bruno 20. Aduriz 21. Silva 22. Nolito 23. Rico

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