The Spanish selection male soccer team has been paired in the Tokyo Olympics in a complicated group C with the selections of Argentina, Australia and Egypt, within this competition to be held from July 22 to August 7. Those of Luis de la Fuente will have to face a promising albiceleste or Salah selection in the pharaohs selection.
Spain, qualified for the Games after being proclaimed champion of Spain U21 in the European 2019 of Italy and San Marino, will play its first two games against Egypt and Australia in Sapporo and the third against Argentina in Saitama.
If they manage to qualify, they will not have an easy tie either, since they will meet those framed in the group of death, the D, in which are Brazil (defending the title), Germany, Ivory Coast and Saudi Arabia.
The team trained by Luis de la Fuente, who may cite three players over 23 years old Like the rest of the coaches, its references are Mikel Oyarzabal, Dani Olmo, Dani Ceballos, Fabián Ruiz and Jesús Vallejo. Spain will try to achieve its fourth Olympic medal after the gold of Barcelona 1992 and the silvers of Antwerp 1920 and Sydney 2000.
The draw took place this Wednesday at FIFA headquarters telematically due to preventive measures for the COVID-19 pandemic, which has already affected the celebration of the Olympic Games, postponed until next summer.