New York, NY (PRWEB) March 17, 2014
Ticket Down announces that No. 1 Spain will Play El Salvador in ‘Road to Brazil’. For the organizers of the “Road to Brazil” event being held in the United States before the World Cup in June, they are saving the best for last. In an event that features Greece, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Honduras and the defending World Cup champion and top ranked team in the world, Spain, will compete in the final match. Spain has traditionally been one of the best teams in the world and has had great success in tournaments held all over the world. In what will be their final warm up game before heading to Brazil for the World Cup, Spain will take on El Salvador. The game will be played at FedEx Field in Landover, Md. on June 7.
The Spanish national soccer team features some of the most recognizable figures in the world of soccer. They have one of the best goalkeepers in the history of the sport in Iker Casillas (153 caps), defender Sergio Ramos (116 caps, 9 goals), and midfielders Xavi Hernandez (130 caps, 13 goals), Xabi Alonso (110 caps, 15 goals), David Silva (78 caps, 20 goals) and Andrés Iniesta (95 caps, 11 goals).
The team is filled from top to bottom with players that can produce at a high level and they will be looking to build on their impressive run in the qualifying round. They finished first in their qualifying group with a 6-2-0 record, earning 20 points with a +11 goal differential. When Spain travels to Brazil later this year, they will be competing in Group B against the Netherlands, Chile and Australia. It is a group that many pundits are predicting a 3-0 record and is one that Spain should be able to advance to the Round of 16 from.
Their opponent at FedEx Field on June 7 isn’t known as one of the best teams in the world and isn’t even ranked in the top 50 according to the Fédération Internationale de Football Association. FIFA currently has El Salvador ranked as the 78th best team (as of press time) in the world, while Spain is the ranked No. 1, a position they have been in for quite a while. El Salvador failed to qualify for the World Cup this year, making it the eighth straight World Cup that they will be watching from home. In their only two appearances in the cup, El Salvador has a combined 0-6 record and has been outscored 22-1.
El Salvador is also competing in the “Road to Brazil” on June 4 in Frisco, Texas against Ivory Coast and will be hoping to play the spoiler in both games. With most fans counting them out, this young and hungry team will be looking to gain valuable experience.
FedEx Field is the home of the Washington Redskins of the National Football League ever since it opened in 1997. The facility is owned by Daniel Snyder, who also owns the Redskins, and can seat more than 85,000 fans for football games and soccer fans looking to see their country compete will fill the stadium to capacity this June.
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